ShieldWall Editorial Commentary: Even with all of the unity and tolerance brainwashing, and the inculcated submission to the authority of the Federal government, which has replaced both Father and God for many dependent Americans, a third of citizens understand that another civil war is coming IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS. Ask the same question extended out to a decade, and that number turns into a majority. Mainly those who are most loyal to the government and who don’t wish to admit that another civil war is not only inevitable but imminent are those who are dependent on it or employed by it. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 7% of the U.S. population are government employees. According to the Census Bureau, over 21% of Americans are on public assistance, and depend on the government for their subsistence. There’s your 29% who wishfully think out loud that another civil war is “very unlikely”, right there, with a few more random ignorant CivNat Tory Loyalists thrown in mumbling about ‘Murica and muh Constitution.
A similar process took place in the early 1770’s, as Americans first joked about war before they were ready to accept it. Some thought leaders, then, knew that it was no laughing matter. George Washington was one of them.
“Unhappy it is… to reflect that a brother’s sword has been sheathed in a brother’s breast, and that the once happy and peaceful plains of America are either to be drenched with blood or inhabited by slaves. Sad alternative! But can a virtuous man hesitate in his choice?” – Letter to George William Fairfax, about the Battle of Concord, May 31, 1775
The CivNat and Shitlib LARPers who started the snarky #secondcivilwarletters hashtag on Twitter, only to see it be hijacked by those who warned them that, like the revelers partying in denial of reality in Poe’s ‘The Masque Of The Red Death’, it was real and it was coming, are just knocking on wood, afraid to face the future. They’d rather stick their heads in the dirt. Well, they might get some help with that, too. The important thing is that people are talking about it and psychologically preparing for the death of the United States, going through the classic stages of grief. Some of them are further along than Denial…next comes Anger (It’s Trump’s fault!), then Bargaining (We can vote our way out!), then Depression (Whites are going extinct.), Testing (Whites just need to petition the government for civil rights, too.) , and Acceptance (Bang, Bang. BangBang Bang. What stage are YOU at?
The partisan divide in the U.S. is increasingly looking impassable, and that has a lot of Americans worried.
31 percent of motivated U.S. voters polled for a recent Rasmussen Reports survey said “it’s likely that the United States will experience a second civil war sometime in the next five years.”
This is actually one of the few things on which Republicans and Democrats can agree: A similar number of Americans from both parties expressed concern that we’re headed for a sequel to the 1861-65 conflict that took the lives of more than 600,000 soldiers. Thirty-seven percent of Dems believe a civil war is coming, and 32 percent of GOPers think it could happen.