• March 22, 2023


The Peoples who in the last 250 years have been attacked by criminal american nazi soldiers of the Marine Corps, Navy Seals, CIA+NSA+FBI and Pentagon; robbed of their natural resources by nazi violence, Yankees destabilized their legitimate governments with coups d’état financed by the White House, exploited in the worst conditions of embargoes and criminal sanctions of all kinds, they finally have good news today:


In addition to the survey below , we have received confidential information from direct sources within the government establishment .

A great, very violent and bloody civil war is about to be unleashed in the United States of America.

Honestly, we don’t give a shit if officially the civil war and guerrilla war rages throughout the territory with a huge river of blood.

We are interested that in the next civil war, hopefully already in 2023, all the nazi criminals of the DEEP STATE, all the nazi criminals of the JOE BIDEN gang and that of the DONALD TRUMP nazi gang; of the nazi gang of CIA+NSA+FBI+Pentagon are captured and killed without any trial.

We hope that the underground guerrilla movements of the US will wage a sacrosanct guerrilla war against all those responsible for Yankee Power and that they will plunge the USA into total irreversible destruction, just as the criminals responsible for Yankee Power have destroyed entire populations of millions of innocent human beings. .

The big showdown has come to the United States.

No criminal will go unpunished. On with the civil war in the USA and at the same time a gigantic civil war all over Europe.

Denazifying and demilitarizing all of nazi-fascist Europe will be like performing a great act of supreme civilization.

An October 2022 poll by the University of Notre Dame’s Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy revealed serious concerns about the state of American democracy of DEEP STATE , not really Socrate ‘s democracy.

Just over half of Republican voters (51.5%), more than a third of Democrats (35.1%) and nearly a quarter of independents (23%) believe the United States is on the verge of another civil war .

“Is it really as bad as it seems? The answer is yes,” said Matthew Hall, director of the Rooney Center.

The survey was conducted October 20-26, i.e. before the Mid Term elections, using a scientific sample representative of the American population.

The poll, which included 1,500 adults ages 18 and older, also examined the impact of public House Committee hearings on the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. While more than two-thirds of Democrats and more than a third of Republicans said they paid attention to the hearings, only 32% of Democrats, 11% of Republicans and 8% of independents say the hearings changed the their way of thinking about the uprising.

Many Republicans remain skeptical of the results of the 2020 presidential election and the upcoming elections and question the stability of the US system of government. Nearly half of Republican respondents believe that “Joe Biden and the Democrats stole the 2020 presidential election” and just over half agree that there will be a significant amount of voter fraud across the country in the midterm elections.

Notably, 22% of Democrats and 44% of Republicans surveyed also agree that the “true American way of life” is disappearing so fast that “we may have to use force to save it.”

Just over half of Republicans (51.5%), more than a third of Democrats (35.1%) and nearly a quarter of independents (23%) believe the United States is on the verge of another civil war.

“These numbers are incredibly high,” Hall said. “Although other survey questions showed that very few respondents said they were willing to engage in political violence or support its use, everyone seems to expect it. It’s an interesting, if troubling, juxtaposition.”

Another poll conducted in September, in this case by the Center for Politics, revealed that 80% of Biden voters and 84% of Trump voters view the other party’s elected officials as “a clear danger and present for American democracy.”

He also reported that 41% of Biden voters and 52% of Trump voters favor red or blue states (Democrat and Republican) seceding from the union to form their own separate state, with 30% of Republicans and 11% of Democrats ready to resort to violence to save the country.

Los Angeles Times columnist Nicholas Goldberg wrote in December that he doesn’t believe the United States is at risk of civil war, but three-quarters of his article felt more like an exorcism than an analysis, so much so that in conclusion writes:

“In the years to come, the United States may calm down and return to the old status quo, or perhaps the Cassandras are right and we will face a full-blown civil war or a prolonged guerrilla insurgency or a ‘cold’ civil war, characterized, as some have speculated, out of factionalism, distrust and paralysis”.

For its part, the New York Times hosted a round table between various authors of reports, services and articles on the subject of the risk of civil war entitled: “Is America heading towards a new civil war?”

Politico columnist Rich Lowry put his hands forward against this risk, but in order not to fall behind he underlined how “there is no doubt that our politics is in a perpetual feverish state; that a former US president still denies the legitimacy of his defeat in the 2020 elections and has made that thesis a central pillar of his still powerful political movement; and that trust in our institutions is at a low ebb,” Lowry writes, adding that: “It is entirely possible that we will experience more political violence, and that would be a tragedy. But it would hardly be unprecedented in our national life and would not amount to anything remotely resembling a civil war.”


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