Drlee wrote:Yes American soldiers were very loyal to the British Empire. Or the southerners sure took it seriously in their rebellion against the Union.
Ah. Doug. I took that oath about 6 times if I recall. Did you really think I might not notice the part that you left out?
We take that last part very seriously.
You are hinting at a military coup. Won't happen. Soldiers like me would prevent it.
Nothing is impossible Drlee, the current US establishement long forgotten their oath to their own people. When they allowed industry to leave country, brought massive amount of immigrants to screw the working people over, and gave welfare social neting to banksters on Wall Street worth billions. I don't know how can anybody be loyal to these people in government when they have none.
Coup to usurp Washington's elite would be nice, but what replace it with after? Republic or Empire? With democracy or more authoritarian regime? I personally don't care, as long as new government rules with justice.
@Doug64 Judging by American Civil War, military will become divided like it did back then. Soldiers and generals who fought together in Mexican War found fighting one another during Civil War.