H/T to Johnny Paratrooper and WRSA for this excellent essay.
Civil Wars and Woes: Part One
By: Johnny Paratrooper
February 3rd, 2019
From my modest historical and military understandings, I believe we can expect social and structural fracturing along the lines of the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939. I expect those lines to exactly follow the 1936-1939 splits. Specific examples, like the International Communists distancing themselves from Anarcho-Communists and the Catholics/Christians not being able to pick a side can be seen on TV right now in living breathing “on-demand” HD mega-color 24/7. The 1936-1939 social fracturing occurred along racial, religious, and regional lines, but also international lines as well due to Spain’s diverse multicultural global society. Spain’s diversity was a direct result of the collapse of Latin America and the hard fall of the Spanish Empire beginning in the late 17th and early 18th century. Many of Spain’s global colonists abandoned…
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