As America "diversifies", the time will come nearer and nearer that it will break apart into separate countries, and eventually that will be the only solution to what will become really unbearable problems. And I'm not saying that because I think I'm some sort of prophet or have some "divine insight" or anything like that. No, I know that by just looking at history, because diversity never works - it never does. When you have so many different groups of people forced to live together in the same country and there's nothing that unites them - they don't have united heritage, a united language, a united religion, no united history and no united culture, sooner or later, they're going to break apart. I mean, that's the United States now (and the United Kingdom). Ironically, it's the United States - they're not united! They're going to break apart. That's just the way history works, unless you have a really strong police state, then you can kind of keep it together for a while, but when the police state falls apart, the different nations will start to break off. There are so many examples. There's the Roman Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia - just to name a few. Once the central control of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia broke apart, you had all these different countries which wanted to break away from Serbian domination which resulted in years of brutal warfare. Once the authority of the CPSU crumbled in the Soviet Union, it wasn't long before the Union dissolved and more than a dozen countries broke apart and became independent. When there was a strong authoritarian regime, yes, they could keep all these factions in line but that was never going to last forever and eventually all these "diverse" empires broke apart. This always happens, and it will happen to the US, because there's nothing beyond shallow consumerism that actually unites the different peoples living there. Just like Lenin said of the Russian Empire, it was a prison house of nations, and the United States is the same today.
It used to be that people who said this sort of thing would be called "crazy conspiracy theorists" by all the "sensible" liberals who are far too rational for that sort of thinking. And no doubt those types are still around today, but really, look who's saying this now, that the US could have a possible secession and civil war. It's the Democrats! And this is that John Podesta, he was running these war games with all the head Democrats and they put this as one of the scenarios. It's not necessarily the most likely scenario, I don't think that will happen in this election, but they put it down. So this is like the top leaders, the elite, they are seeing that secession and civil war are real possibilities. And we shouldn't be surprised. The United States was founded on secession and civil war. They were. And some people still need to get this through their heads, the US broke away from the British Empire back when it was just the Thirteen Colonies. They wanted to be separate because the local elites just didn't have strong enough ties to the British elite to warrant being subject to them. Obviously it's more complicated than that, but that was really the issue, so they rose up and became a separate country. And then of course they had the Civil War because the southern elites didn't want to be subject to the northern elites and so they wanted to leave the Union, although the North won that war after four years of conflict so that secession failed but the attempt itself became one of the defining periods of American history.
There's also another civil war that most people have really forgotten about which came before the Confederacy. This was when Texas wanted to break free from Mexico and either join the US or become independent in the 1830s and 40s. The reason for that was because the demographics changed. Even though Texas was technically a territory of Mexico, so many American settlers moved in and had families that the majority of Texas at that time was white. They were white people from America, they had nothing in common with Mexico. If that doesn't sound familiar, it should. So you had all these Texans and white families in what might technically have been Mexico, but all the people there were American, they spoke English, they were Protestants - they didn't have any ties to Mexico and that led to the break-off and with the help of the US during the Texas Revolution, Texas was able to secede from Mexico.
Secessions have always been an essential part of American history, and it's not necessarily a bad thing if that continues to be the case in the 21st Century. This is self-determination, which used to be one of the top values of American liberals, and all it means is that people with shared culture and values should be able to rule themselves. If you don't have that, you can't really function as a society when you have different groups of people that hate each other and have decades or even centuries of built-up grievances against each other. There's just no way to keep a country like that together, there are separate peoples living within it, and the truth is that they need their own countries. That's a good thing, it's healthy, it's the way to provide peace and happiness. Looking at 2020, this couldn't be more obvious what with the BLM movement, along with Antifa, and if they don't want to live under what they feel is a "white supremacist" system in America, well, if they put their efforts into secession, surely that would be a much more viable long term solution than trying to extract reparations from working class white people. We don't need to look at secession as a horrible thing, and we don't need to keep pretending that diversity works because we don't want to offend anyone because that's ridiculous. The human cost of pretending it works is far greater and the consequences far more brutal for everyone. Empires always break up, secessions always happen in some form or another, it's inevitable. The idea that America always has to stay together is actually quite stupid if I'm being honest - that never happened historically, and these break-ups of different territories always happen throughout world history. It's organic and it's just a process of change that will always happen. If we can learn anything from the history of the last two millennia, it's that separate peoples need their own homelands if we're to have any reasonable degree of peace and prosperity.