Oct 17, 2019, 5:21 PM
QUESTION: —“Curt I have a question for you. Do you think that there is any possibility of a tyrant getting in charge of the USA should it descend into civil war for separation? Or do we think this can be done by democratic processes in place? The latter one I think realistically doesn’t have a chance.”—
There is a possibility of democratic process IF we propose a solution that is a superior alternative to certain conflict. This is what I hope to do. But the public won’t accept that until the conflict is certain. Which will happen soon.
Any democrat is by definition a tyrant, because any rule by legislation rather than rule by law of reciprocity is by definition despotism.
My hope, and most probable is a military takeover of the government. The problem is that the military needs something to enforce. So we must provide them with the market demand (up rising), moral license (to prevent chaos and civil war), and solution (that they can enforce to maintain the peace).
We will need to act before the election. That’s all I can tell you. And that is why I’m working so hard to get enough done to provide that solution – at the last minute.