Since 1945, the US strategy during has been to exploit the ethnic and cultural divides of its rivals, balkanizing them into smaller states which then by necessity need to form alliances/dependencies with larger states like the US. 64 posts and 9 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
> Proposed “Federated” ethnically cleansed Syria
>China, via Xinjiang, Tibet, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. This is the reason the US will never leave Afghanistan.
This has worked amazingly well because the US’s enemies are always empires in the Old World, which are composed of multiple ethnicities divided along strong regional lines. The USSR inherited the Russian Empire, which included lots of places that resented Russia and who had centuries of their own separate culture, language, and culture.
The US empire is the strongest in world history because it is a settler colonial state. The entire native population was wiped out, replaced with an ethnically, linguistically, and culturally homogenous blob with few regional fault-lines. Yes, I know the Civil War happened. But even within the ethnic divisions in the US, there is a shared 'culture' and identity of sorts unlike any other empire in history.
If the US empire is ever to be broken, the only way to do this would be balkanization. A socialist revolution is basically a pipe dream in the US, so the best we could hope for is a few smaller nationalist secessionist movements to trigger a wave of separatism. Regional differences, while minor, do still exist and could form the basis for a lot of smaller states. Rightoids could get some kind of American Christian Nation, Texas could get its own nation, Cascadia, the Northeast, etc.
>>160107>With how adamant whiteoids are about knowing what's best for minorities I start falling for Sakaiism
If you don't like my idea, then what better idea do you propose?
>>159858>Not wanting to go through with what would most likely be the greatest crime against humanity in all of history makes you a reactionary
Go glow somewhere else
cracker c for chauvinist
Idealistic, most first nations dont exist anymore