posted on Jun, 3 2006 @ 03:15 AM
The immigration issue, I'd say, would be the number one factor in a Civil War II for America. It's a complicated issue, as there are legal
immagrants that come to America that also illegally bring there kin there as well. But this would be like the first Civil War, where slavery was
presented as the main factor for the cause [according to US history books], however there was more to it than that [considering there were many
Northerners that did NOT oppose slavery]. So switch slavery to immigration and you got yourself the premises for Civil War II. ANother aspect would
be this "War on Terror". If you were to take a poll of Americans for and against this war you'd have your Armies right there. Of course now much
more "diplomacy" goes on [then what was done in the past] and the US media, filled with propaganda, entices Americans to look the other way. So
with this in mind I could not see a Civil War II breaking loose anytime soon. If the American people were smarter as a whole than they are [and I
include myself in that statement, unfortunately] then they would see a greater need for a coup instead of waring with themselves. A Civil War
wouldn't solve the issues of today, a coup would [in my own views].
To go on a tangent, I actually like the structure of a Parlimentary Democracy. Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the UK have this? I'm
interested in knowing if most of UK is pleased with how a Parlimentary Democracy is running in there country...