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November 6, 2016

Mad As Hell


Have we reached that point yet? 
Has American finally said, "Enough!"?
Can we even think the question... Is America close to initiating another civil war?

From PJ Media:
]...]If Hillary Clinton is elected, the very next day millions of Americans will be watching to see what will happen with the FBI and the Justice Department. Since we can now assume this will be a close election, that would be nearly half the voters in this country, sixty to seventy million people, almost all of whom believe Clinton, the woman a few weeks from inauguration as president, should have been charged with serious crimes and belonged behind bars, not in the White House.

Moreover, many have seen the WikiLeaks that reek of collusion between the Clintonistas and officials at the FBI and Justice, not to mention with virtually all the mainstream media outlets that were distrusted to begin with and are now reviled.

If that's not an explosive situation, what is?
The Civil War was started because of economic differences between the Northern and Southern states. Slavery was indeed an issue and was used as a rallying cry for the masses but it was not the primary reason why politicians ignited the greatest slaughter of Americans in our history. Once again, an overweening federal government controlled by economic interests hostile to a large segment of the population is dictating how we must live our lives.
“Valerie argued that Comey was interfering deliberately in the election process and had to be stopped,” a source told The New York Post. The same source said Obama, though, is “worried about the consequences of taking such an action – the tsunami of outrage that would come his way, and possibly become a major footnote, or worse, in the history of the presidency.”
This Tuesday we shall see how that works out.

5 comments:

Adrienne said...

The Civil War was started because of economic differences between the Northern and Southern states. Slavery was indeed an issue and was used as a rallying cry for the masses but it was not the primary reason why politicians ignited the greatest slaughter of Americans in our history.

That statement makes you smarter than the average bear, Sig.

Really - if you think about it, aren't all wars fought for economic reasons?

Trump must win!

Christopher - Conservative Perspective said...

This scenario could play out as well with a Trump win. Being the left is controlled by feelings rather than fact and unhinged to begin with should be alarming in of itself, but add Soros funding for a push and away we go.

Just imagine with the first volley in the above and the nation grinds to a halt. Every major city is basically filled with these home grown terrorists, these cities would cease to function and be declared no-go zones. The dominoes fall rather quickly from there on in.

Do not misunderstand my comment as I did already vote for Trump and look forward to his presidency, but remember we have 73 days left with Obama after the election and he is bent on our destruction.

So the question is not are we ready to initiate a Civil War, but rather do we have the wherewithal to avert one?

LL said...

The slavery issue was pushed hard by the Union to keep Great Britain from joining with the South during the war. True story. Nobody cared much for the negroes - but the slavery issue was a very big deal in Britain. I studied it for a book that I wrote: "Scarlet and Gray: The British Secret Service in the American Civil War"

The American Civil War was an economic war between the industrialized North and the agricultural South and eliminating slavery was the way to break the back of the South.

The present situation is much different and is a conflict over the delivery of the nation to interests other than its own. It's not regional so much as it is global (think of BREXIT in context) and the news media is at the heart of the matter.

Christopher - Conservative Perspective said...

LL, I highly doubt the average Clinton voter, or Bernie supporter for that matter, is thinking that deep.

No, they are thinking wealth redistribution for themselves on the lower end of the economic ladder and on the higher end, wealth redistribution from our nation to others. That is the voters.

Now the politicians may agree with your assessment, but they have no clue as to what is happening on the ground, which is afterall where wars ignite.

Given that, the question remains open.

sig94 said...

LL - true. the South's cotton was an important issue.. the South grew some of the finest cotton in the world. England wanted it for their mills so they could sell the finished products back to America and the North wanted it for their own production. Love of money, as always, is the root of much evil and it is still the nature of the conflict today. The globalists are primarily economic interests at heart who some time ago have assumed for themselves the mantles of government.