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We have the biggest debt
We have a hunger for war
We are the people that torture
We are the people that want to spread (fake)democracy
We are the people that are going to get 100% of the blame when 9-11 is exposed.
And most importantly... We are the country that is the most violent & most divided because of this media propaganda that wants to paint everything Right & Left and Black & White.
Originally posted by ChrisF231
Has anyone read this book? Its written by Thomas W Chittum. Its a great read and highly informational but somewhat dated (written in 1997 with a revised edition in 2006).
It does go a bit into survival and ways to deal with a large scale armed conflict on American soil.
[edit on 6-11-2007 by ChrisF231]
Originally posted by SaHasani1990
So say a new country was established.
We'll call the new country the Confederate states of America. Oh come on, you know that's exactly WHO wants to secede so let's be honest.
People still fly that flag, right?
The only question is: who will join this new regime?
What is the platform of the new country?
If the platform is based on the Old Southern way, then you will see blacks, latinos and other ethnic minorities vanish from the Confederacy.
Sure, they'll have rules for admitting minorities in the interest of not looking racist, but they will definitely have rules about controlling the numbers who do get in.
so... a new country with a libertarian/right wing conservative mindset... christian... mostly white... (to preserve the culture, "heritage" or whatever convenient politically correct term there is). They will accept minorities only in small numbers...
So you got... Apartheid South Africa.
List of U.S. states by African-American population
1 Mississippi 1,092,588 37.18%
2 Louisiana 1,410,557 31.98%
3 Georgia 2,907,944 30.02%
4 Maryland 1,658,422 29.44%
5 South Carolina 1,275,815 28.48%
6 Alabama 1,229,787 26.38%
7 North Carolina 1,991,654 21.60%
8 Delaware 182,890 20.95%
9 Virginia 1,546,444 19.91%
10 New York 3,362,736 17.25%
11 Tennessee 1,042,811 16.78%
12 Florida 2,916,174 15.91%
13 Arkansas 450,037 15.76%
14 Illinois 1,919,701 14.88%
15 New Jersey 1,255,868 14.46%