How Will We Survive the Breakup of America?

Recently a Russian scholar predicted America will break up into six regions within a year. If you’re familiar with the book called Reinventing Collapse, you’re aware that yet another man with a Russian upbringing predicts the U.S. will collapse and break apart. But it isn’t just Russians who are reading the tea leaves. Nor are such predictions so recent.

An American, Thomas Chittum, a colorful character with extensive and varied military background as a rifleman, predicted as early as 1993 that America will one day break up. He puts forth his reasoning in great detail in Civil War II: The Coming Breakup of America. This is a paperback book once difficult to obtain.

Here is a brief description. “This fascinating book looks into the very real possibility that America could descend into a racial civil war in the coming decade. Frightening, but full of facts that are difficult to argue with.”

Some chapter titles should give you the flavor of the book.

* Our Unstable, Tiered Society
* The Mexican Reconquista of our Southwest
* The Tribal Armies of Civil War II
* Our Police and Military divide and Clash
* Ethnic Enclaves: Fortresses or Death Traps?

Chittum asserts America will break apart as have other empires throughout history. He believes that this will be further facilitated by economic depression that could depopulate much of North America. The dismantling of America is essential to a plan by elites in high places. Chittum says to keep an eye on California, as it may be the canary in the coal mine.

Get Civil War II, by Thomas chittum for your survival library. Don’t be surprised if you find his writing to be both abrasive and entertaining. He tells it to you straight, without reservation.

Click the title of his book wherever you see it linked in this post when you’re ready to order your copy. You’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured. Read it, then brace for survival in a country that could be coming apart, like it or not.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.