A third of “American voters” foresee civil war.
A Rasmussen Reports poll released Monday reveals that 34 percent of likely U.S. voters think the United States will experience a second civil war sometime in the next five years, but that includes only nine percent who say it is “very likely.”
Out of the current voter pool, this third is an approximate correlation with and to the percent of literal Americans (widely defined) in the US Empire. They’re the smarter voters. They’re ahead of failing Deutsch Bank.
Analysts, led by Henry Allen, say there is at least a one-in-three chance that at least one of four major tail risks will occur within the next decade: a major influenza pandemic killing more than two million people; a globally catastrophic volcanic eruption; a major solar flare; or a global war.
The flu and a supervolcano are possible. A solar flare would almost be welcomed. It’s the war, again, that hits the predictive mark. I’ve heard it convincingly asserted that we’re already in the early, cold stages of Civil War 2.0. I think it will heat up considerably, likely coming along with a major foreign war (that the Empire will lose badly).
If only we had a businessman in the White House, Republicucks in the Senate, and some conservative black robes!