posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:13 AM
Ok. let's assume for a moment that civil war has broken out.
You've now got brother killing brother (again), looters, murders, rape, pillage, security check points, battle fronts, emergency field hospitals and
all the other trimmings of a friendly civil upset..
But what else could occur?
How many prisons are there in the USA and how many inmates? How many of these places will be kept under government control and how many will be broken
open to let the prisoners out and how many others will all the guards leave to join the fight and let the prisoners root inside?
Exactly which government, military, corporate, secret bases ond/or installations will the government be able to effectively keep secure and defend?
Would they be more worried about area 51 being broken into or would they consider fort knox a bigger target?
How many people, I wonder, would be interested in breaking into the centre for disease control and smashing up every liquid filled container they
couldfind? Imagine the cocktail of virusses released if that were to happen.
How many dirty secrets does the government actually have to defend and worry about before it actually considers the defence and control of the states
and the civilians who are on the governmental side.
Todays civil war will not be anything like it was before. You'll see pockets of resistance everywhere. The military will be hard pushed to clean out
any and all resistance. Getting together as a major army to fight the government is no longer an option. Thestates has way too many targets to think
of to effectively organise its troops so the "enemies of the state" will be free to operate guerilla tactics and roam free as a militia.
Then you've got your 'loners'. Those who will take an active part by being that snake in the grass that occasionaly pops off a couple fo troops
here and htere.
On top of all that you'll have millions of families all seeking safety, food, protection from both sides of the fence.
Most may very well be left out in the cold to fend for themselves as resources on both sides will, more than likely, be non existent for refugees.