posted on Apr, 12 2006 @ 12:14 AM
No one would help the United States.
What they WOULD do, is allow the Coup to succeed, then, in it's weakened state, launch an invasion of their own, with the possible use of propaganda
to re-incite the rebellion and win them over to their cause.
It's much easier to lead a rebellion when the opressors don't know where you're located, where you're going to strike, and just how many people
Take a real life war for example, the current war in Iraq. If you actually buy into the thought of this insurrection being orchestrated by some
shadowy terrorists organization then you've fallen for the oldest trick in the book: Deception. Personally, I feel this was all in Saddams plan in
fighting the US should war come to Iraq again. He learned the first time that he cannot win in a head to head match, therefore he allowed US forces to
defeat a relatively unprepared, under gunned force, and allowed them to believe that victory was at hand. Then the insurgency began.
I feel the same situation would be the best method to apply in the US, especially if these people are as well-equipped and trained as you say they
As to whether or not who Id side with, it's all situational. Everyone can say they'd side with the rebels in order to defend their basic rights, but
you have to question yourself:
How much longer can this facade of a democracy exist, and is it truly in your best interest to support a government corrupted to the very core?
Sometimes choosing the lesser of two evils is the most humane decision available.