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What is in store for America’s possible future?

wquon

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To answer this we must look to the past to learn that the concepts in the US constitution (and recognition of rights) started hundreds of years before the Declaration of Independence.
Most of us instinctively know things are not as they should be, but lack the know how & peaceful solutions. Fist lets analyze the alternative. Below is a link to a playlist that give the plausibility of facing the military, next is a few sources for how a “correction” might go down in the US.
But how do we fix it? Historically there has never been a “factory reset” for nations, they have always changed. Even if there was, the enemy has the blueprint to efficiently circumvent our system of government once again. What they accomplished in 200 years, they can now do in under a decade.
 
This is how we “reset” America.
 
Here is how we strengthen the constitution.
 
You can dive deeper here.
 
In history, every time there is an overthrow of the government, and the people have nothing to replace it with, there is a vacuum of power that is filled with something worse. The founders petitioned their gov for many years before rebelling, and then came with something to replace it. 
 
I observe that the time may be close at hand for a redress of grievances once again, but what follows?
 
 
 
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Well, if we (God forbid) have to go up against the military and they don't see that we're the real patriots (which I personally doubt), I guess we'd have to use guerilla warfare. It worked in Vietnam and it the Middle East

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Technocratic dystopia. Also the Chinese and Russians will fight to ensure a regime that is friendly to their interests. 

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On 8/14/2020 at 3:39 AM, Strelkov said:

Technocratic dystopia. Also the Chinese and Russians will fight to ensure a regime that is friendly to their interests. 

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I dont think china will be around (as we know it) for much longer.

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On 9/3/2020 at 9:34 AM, wquon said:

I dont think china will be around (as we know it) for much longer.



I have heard arguments to that effect. They are still the 400 lb gorilla in the room in terms of manpower, capabilities, etc. You think they will decline as a result of internal division? 

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On 9/9/2020 at 5:08 AM, Strelkov said:



I have heard arguments to that effect. They are still the 400 lb gorilla in the room in terms of manpower, capabilities, etc. You think they will decline as a result of internal division? 

 

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