What if another country had intervened in our own Revolution or Civil War?Submitted by pawnstorm12 on Tue, 05/28/2013 - 14:45
What if France or Spain or another powerful nation had put down the the American rebellion?
What if another country had successfully intervened and stopped our revolution?
Here's what would have happened: The revolution would have been suppressed and the U.S. Constitution never would have been created.
The British (or perhaps another nation) would have regained control and today we would still be living under the rule of some tyranny.
OR...Suppose Europe had intervened in our own civil war and backed the rebels (the South)?
Would slavery still exist today?
Would Jefferson Davis had become the new president?
THAT is what happens when one nation intervenes in the internal affairs and civil wars of another - no different than we do today in the middle east.
Who knows that in Syria, if things are left to their natural outcome that in the end, a great new constitution or new form of government might evolve - much like what happened in America after our own revolution?
Our founders warned us about entangling alliances and meddling in the affairs of others.
But under president Woodrow Wilson, who pioneered the idea of the United States "changing and saving the world," we bagan to forget that important lesson.
Now it seems too late to ever re-learn it.
Especially when our government is owned and controlled by the central bankers of the world.
ALL WARS ARE BANKER'S WARS.