The United States is not set up like these countries, despite its size it is way easier for it to fracture. California is like 5 minutes away from secession and makes its own rules, as does Texas and everywhere else. It is idiotic to even view the United States as a single unified nation, and that is precisely the issue. As I explained at length, this is not going to be North Vs. South, this is not going to be 2 political parties running across a field at each other, it's not going to be a larger class of citizens rising up against a racial minority ruling class. It's a multi-polar was with separate revolutions. If you deny the existence of multi-polar conflicts this would explain why you are so determined to say shit like "this isn't like Haiti." I've explained that it will be different. I've explained why all the markers are there. The centrist argument of "people are just too lazy" is just some gay shit Toe Rogan would say.So you don't think that it's easier to start a revolution in Haiti than in America and you think the average American is as bad off as your average Soviet citizen in Uzbekistan? Good God. I'm not even going to try to bother reading any farther. You are too stupid to have this conservation with.
Size is not an issue. The soviet revolution happened in a massive country, the Soviet Union fell with 290 million people in its population and that was the result of an internal revolution. At the time of the Soviet revolution it was somewhere around 140 million, and again that was the result of a minority of rebels and revolutionaries. They completely broke down and re-engineered the nation that is geographically also bigger than America. Same with China.
Oh there was a lot of poor people though, think of the peasantry!" yeah that's what I am saying, all you need is a relatively small collection of angry poor people to start hijacking institutions. This is literally what is happening in America, right now. This is what is being talked about. And you're just here saying because it doesn't look identical to Haiti that the country can't fracture, be aligned against itself, and do exactly what they are doing now (calling for revolution, riots, shootings, assassinations, militias, extremist recruitment openly being done, etc.)
I just love this argument, "don't you think it's EASIER for it to be in smaller countries?" Yeah, that's not an argument in favor of impossibility for it happening in some form here.