“The government forces would have control of “
That’s your first bad assumption that leads to the rest of an illogical conclusion. At most there might be 4 million federal troops, at most. Hell, there are only about 150,000 troops under arms in the first place. You really think 50,000,000+ million Americans will let them have control of anything?? Those F-16’s, M-1 tanks, Bradley vehicles, and the like need massive maintenance, fuel, part, supplies, and just whose families do you think will have their asses swinging in the wind while their service members do the bad deeds? You think they’ll be safe? Do you really think 100% of the military would even go along with such orders as to attack us?
We built those systems, the tanks, the airplanes, the satellites, the communications systems, and the weapon systems. We run them, design them, operate and maintain them. Without all that the fed is deaf, dumb, and blind. The military isnt run by the military. It is run by the civilians that create and maintain it. An F-16 can fly about twice before it needs more maintenance. An M-1 tank goes but a few miles before it needs fuel. Soldiers cannot live past a week without food.
Sorry, but you give credit to the military as though it is some kind of beast with magical powers never needing food, water, or parts and is some kind of monster none of us know anything about. The military system is extremely fragile in that is needs constant care and feeding.
The current military is being indoctrinated and purged. Disobeying orders is a big deal. That is what the plan turns on: how many side with the government-turned-globalist, versus how many actually rebel against it. Very importantly, which specific personnel. Obviously the government would place Generals and officers in command of every fort / installation that were loyal, and dismiss and bring up on charges those who tried to turn over the fort to the rebels. If enough of the leadership of a fort went rebel, that would be a rebellion/treason/standoff situation. So the big question in Civil War is, which installations go rebel and which stay globalist.
Those civilians who maintain the equipment work for defense contractors. Those companies and people that work for them will keep doing the work in order to get paid. Depending on how much “resistance” they offered they could be fired or brought up on charges. Those who go along would be able to keep living as they are now, buy food and paying the mortgage, getting new cars and going on vacation. Men face a difficult proposition in risking their homes/wives/children.
As far as the government forces needing supply, yes, but so do the rebels. And that’s what I’m saying, IMHO, the government forces would have a decided advantage in supply except in one case: where the majority of the active military - especially the officer corp - goes against the government-turned-globalist and side with the rebels.
IMHO, what the populace says will have a very big effect on what the military thinks, if what the populace says is dramatic enough. Perhaps along the lines of what you said, where part of the public outcry is a massive walkout on defense contractors ?
Ergo, we see the bankster propaganda machine focusing on public opinion and the officer corps.
Also, beware the banksters turning on their own guy. They install another of their guys as head of the rebels (he brings funding and support they give him). After the revolution he slips into power - this is their specialty. The people will think they have succeeded but the banksters will continue “advising” (controlling) the government, hidden in plain sight via the CFR or a successor front organization.
It’s a danged difficult puzzle. If there is an actual Civil War, the government borrows even more from the banksters. Also, remember the worldwide press/propaganda is globalist and so is the bankster community; the government could borrow a trillion in a snap. The military could be greatly enlarged. Could implement a draft and jail those who refuse. Government would order Governors to use all their police - so which States would comply and how defensible are the resisting States ? If the military had a loyal base inside the resisting State, the State find it very difficult to not capitulate. Ft. Hood pretty much determines which way Texas can go, etc., Ft Dix/McGuire Determines NY/NJ/PA/northeast - globalist ?, etc.
IMHO, best to work directly right now on raising awareness, gaining influence, bolstering small business (and some more peaceful strategies), and ripping open the bankster can of worms out in public for all to see. There are ways out of this but we need some “community organizing”, not just blogging.
Damn straight. They’re deaf, dumb, and blind without us. They ain’t goin’ nowhere, ain’t movin’ nothin’ unless we make it so.
That many people can’t keep a secret. So when we get wind of intended movement, down go the databases, software, and servers. We’ll send their @sses back to the stone age with a few passes across the keyboard.
I’m happy to meet them on the field of battle in the stone age. I can win there too.