Thursday, November 08, 2012


When Barack Obama launched his first campaign for the presidency, in Abraham Lincoln's home town of Springfield, he quoted Lincoln's warning that a nation divided against itself cannot stand.

Lincoln's election victory led to four years of civil war.

Today, the USA is divided.

Obama had the support of most of the Black people who voted, and a majority of  the Hispanics and unmarried women who voted.

Obama had the support of only 36% of the white men who turned out to vote.

The USA is divided. Website for this image. The American military keeps the Feudal System in place.

"The US Army does have very real plans for putting any domestic insurgency on ice if it is attempted on American soil.

"Drafted back in 2010, the US Army Training and Doctrine Command for 2016-2028 lists operating procedures for a military offensive on US soil in the event of a mass civil uprising." 

Civil War coming in 2016? — RT

Latest figures show that less than 50 percent of the eligible voters took part in the presidential polls.

This is a reduction of about 9 percent compared to the 2008 election.

Election turnout 9% lower than 2008

This could mean that either (A) most Americans are apathetic, or, (B) most Americans have no trust in the current political system.

Could there be a civil war?

It is unlikely, as most Americans are too thoroughly brainwashed.


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Franz said...

Election turnout 9% lower than 2008

That's because smart Americans now read a guy called Irish Savant and he told us not to vote. So we didn't.

thetruthhurts said...

There's a simple reason there won't be a major civil uprising in the US, it's because the 'brainwashed' as you put it will all be cheering on their troops in Iran before long. Nothing like an apparent common goal to unite the disparate.

NM said...

I can totally see this happening. Especially with all these states' ballot measures than basically give a middle finger to the Fed.

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