posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 10:17 PM
Having read the ops questions there are some answers based off of other cases, using them as examples.
1) What would the war/revolution look like? Messy, as with any sort of civil war, it would end up splitting the country in 2, splitting families
apart. There would be mass chaos as those who were intent on fighting would be intermingled with the main population, which would be trying to get
out of the line of fire.
Some areas there would be an exodus to get out of, causing problems for both sides, along with shortages in some inventories, including
2) It would be fought in the cities and rural areas, as each side would seek taticle advantages over the other, along with standard military tactics.
3) The country would be embroiled and split in to different sectors, and the cities for a bit would be pure chaos. The currency would dip down,
though it would require some propping up. Those who started the violence would try to use currency from either what is on hand, or what it could get
its hands on.
5) No, as the rules are very clear cut, in any civil war, the most you can expect is observers to ensure that Prisoners are taken care of. There
will be suspicion and distrust among the warring sides, both trying to convience the world that they are right in their views.
6) There is always an option that is on the table. Too many people tend to jump the gun and go for the more violent extremes or advocate such. But
with any recourse, it takes time and planning, as it is not something that can be done overnight, but if done, say through the rules that are set up,
and then change the rules from inside, then that is going forward.
4) I answer this last. The answer to that question is yes and no, and here is the thoughts on such. Of all of the weapons that is out there, public
opinion is the one that weighs the most in any conflict. If you can get the population to support you, then it wins the war. And the side that
throws the first punch, often is the one that loses the battle even before it starts.
7) Yes, there is a question the first is, if every one who advocates violence states that they uphold the priniciples of the Constitution of the US
and the Declaration of Independence, then why have they not actually come up with a Declaration to outline their grievences and claims against the
federal government that can not be disputed or even explained away? We here such from time to time, but nothing that would explain their actions to
not only the rest of the world, but the very people that they claim that they are trying to save. Then there is the one important question and that
is what happens after the fighting is done? After all it is going to be a big mess, having some sort of plans to let people know how they are going
to clean it up is as much important as the actual reason for starting the fighting in the first place.