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If a revolution begins in the USA...

EatTheRich

President
Where will it begin?
The cities, rural communities and what state?

My bet is on Texas, they have a long history of standing up to tyranny.


Sure as hell won't be California.
The U.S.’s 3rd revolution began with the militant railway strikes in which Indiana played an outsized role. But if you are asking where the overt violence of a successful revolution would begin, my money is on Chicago. Not only the workers’ struggle in a Rust Belt (but still critical to production) town, but also the Black and Chicano struggles as well as the communist movement have important loci there.
 

Bernard_Fokke

Captain Fokke
Supporting Member
The U.S.’s 3rd revolution began with the militant railway strikes in which Indiana played an outsized role. But if you are asking where the overt violence of a successful revolution would begin, my money is on Chicago. Not only the workers’ struggle in a Rust Belt (but still critical to production) town, but also the Black and Chicano struggles as well as the communist movement have important loci there.
They might try but the percentage of total population is to small to be a threat just a nuisance. And easily dealt with.
 

UPNYA2

Mayor
The U.S.’s 3rd revolution began with the militant railway strikes in which Indiana played an outsized role. But if you are asking where the overt violence of a successful revolution would begin, my money is on Chicago. Not only the workers’ struggle in a Rust Belt (but still critical to production) town, but also the Black and Chicano struggles as well as the communist movement have important loci there.
I agree with Bernard on this one.

The sad fact of the matter is that not only is he right about them being a relatively small number of people, too few to cause any real threat to everyone else but to make matters worse there are a lot of sub-sets of the communist, blacks and chicanos you referred to who can't stop fighting among themselves long enough to fight anyone else.

If they ever did try to rise up and be a threat to the rest of us all we would need to do to squash that out is blockade the city and let them kill each other off until only a few remain then go in and clean up the mess. I mean, it isn't like they will all put aside their issues and band together as one to achieve one agreed upon goal or anything.
 

worldlymrb

America: Love it or Leave it!
Where will it begin?
The cities, rural communities and what state?

My bet is on Texas, they have a long history of standing up to tyranny.


Sure as hell won't be California.
There will never be a revolution once the nanotech (corona) vaccine and 5-10G are fully deployed.
 

voyager

4Q2247365
After a bunch of cops got off over killing unarmed Blacks a few retaliated by ambushing cops. And the CALL went out to kill cops.

*crickets*

There will be no, "revolution" until the people are hungry. What do you think that "stimulus" money was for. Not to go out and buy a TV, it was for food. Food Banks are revolution killers. Besides everyone is glued to their Iphone. It's a tough sell unless it's personal.
 

Bernard_Fokke

Captain Fokke
Supporting Member
There will never be a revolution once the nanotech (corona) vaccine and 5-10G are fully deployed.
I'm going to predict that if the economy does not recover as fast as some are hoping there will be pockets of civil disturbances, most likely in the larger cities those will be easily controlled as UPNYA2 said in his post. I'm hoping it all goes peacefully however human nature being what it is anything is possible.

Just pray the EBT cards continue to work.

what does the 5-10g have to do with it?
 

EatTheRich

President
I agree with Bernard on this one.

The sad fact of the matter is that not only is he right about them being a relatively small number of people, too few to cause any real threat to everyone else but to make matters worse there are a lot of sub-sets of the communist, blacks and chicanos you referred to who can't stop fighting among themselves long enough to fight anyone else.

If they ever did try to rise up and be a threat to the rest of us all we would need to do to squash that out is blockade the city and let them kill each other off until only a few remain then go in and clean up the mess. I mean, it isn't like they will all put aside their issues and band together as one to achieve one agreed upon goal or anything.
They have before.
 

voyager

4Q2247365
I'm going to predict that if the economy does not recover as fast as some are hoping there will be pockets of civil disturbances, most likely in the larger cities those will be easily controlled as UPNYA2 said in his post. I'm hoping it all goes peacefully however human nature being what it is anything is possible.

Just pray the EBT cards continue to work.

what does the 5-10g have to do with it?
trump is working on that too.

 

Bernard_Fokke

Captain Fokke
Supporting Member
Good there are a lot of people who need assistance, and others that are just lazy, greedy, and or just playing the system those need to come off assistance...

Work or starve. Slaves always eat.
The aphorism is found in the Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle (with Silvanus and Timothy) to the Thessalonians (3:10), in which Paul writes:

εἴ τις οὐ θέλει ἐργάζεσθαι μηδὲ ἐσθιέτωeí tis ou thélei ergázesthai mēdè esthiétō
that is,

If anyone is not willing to work, let him not eat.[1]
The Greek phrase οὐ θέλει ἐργᾰ́ζεσθαι ou thélei ergázesthai means "is not willing to work". Other English translations render this as "would"[2] or "will not work",[3] which may confuse readers unaccustomed to this use of the verb "will" in the archaic sense of "want to, desire to".
 

EatTheRich

President
Good there are a lot of people who need assistance, and others that are just lazy, greedy, and or just playing the system those need to come off assistance...

Work or starve. Slaves always eat.
The aphorism is found in the Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle (with Silvanus and Timothy) to the Thessalonians (3:10), in which Paul writes:

εἴ τις οὐ θέλει ἐργάζεσθαι μηδὲ ἐσθιέτωeí tis ou thélei ergázesthai mēdè esthiétō
that is,

If anyone is not willing to work, let him not eat.[1]
The Greek phrase οὐ θέλει ἐργᾰ́ζεσθαι ou thélei ergázesthai means "is not willing to work". Other English translations render this as "would"[2] or "will not work",[3] which may confuse readers unaccustomed to this use of the verb "will" in the archaic sense of "want to, desire to".
Quoted approvingly by Karl Marx. Paul was quite the (utopian) commie, wasn’t he?
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
The U.S.’s 3rd revolution began with the militant railway strikes in which Indiana played an outsized role. But if you are asking where the overt violence of a successful revolution would begin, my money is on Chicago. Not only the workers’ struggle in a Rust Belt (but still critical to production) town, but also the Black and Chicano struggles as well as the communist movement have important loci there.
Blacks are so busy killing Blacks they don't have time for a Revolution
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
I am ready to go to war with the conservative goobers. So let it rip!
Hit the street and get out of your safe room then...…………...

Or are ya scared and all talk and no walk?
 
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