posted on Jan, 23 2020 @ 03:17 PM
a reply to: Ahabstar
Admittedly, it wouldn't be easy. Only a complete idiot would think otherwise.
But many neglect to remember that among those civilians are people who've had the exact same training as the military they'd be facing in this
scenario. Hell, many of them would be the folks that trained
the govt. soldiers.
Then you've got folks like myself, I'm no soldier, but I know a thing or four about survival and hunting. ...and I'm not a half bad teacher.
The knowledge base that would be brought to this conflict is, would be, impressive to say the least.
Yes, we'd be, in most cases, woefully out gunned, and out trained. But that wouldn't last long, imho. Logistics are important. While any civilian
uprising would have issue in that regard, so too would the folks attempting to curtail that uprising... They can't stay hemmed up in Ft. Apache
forever, they have to get out into "indian country"...logistical trains are vulnerable, as Afghanistan, Iraq, and Vietnam--in our own history have
shown, and other instances in other places bear that out. Bases are vulnerable. Patrols are extremely so.
No, it would not be easy. It'd be bloody. Catastrophic, even. But not