Breaking Down “Civil War 2” – Part Five


In this video, intelligence analyst and Iraq/Afghanistan war veteran Samuel Culper breaks down his thoughts and the implications of military and law enforcement involvement during a Low Intensity Conflict.


Samuel Culper is a former military intelligence NCO and contract Intelligence analyst. He spent three years in Iraq and Afghanistan and is now the intelligence and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.

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  1. Excellent analysis and commentary. Will these videos be converted to text.pdf for later sale, download, timeline charting, analysis and review as we move into 2020 plus?
    Thanks for the work.

  2. Very interesting series, but I’m feeling pretty despondent at the end. It sounds as if Lefty is going to succeed in replacing American voters with imported foreign ringers, and there’s not much we can do about it, and they will suffer no consequences.

  3. Again, I would focus on what happened in previous collapses. In the 1929 collapse, people started to starve within weeks, despite the fact that America had over 6 million farms that fed the US population. Now there are less than 2 million farms, mostly corporate, and growing mostly fuel/feed corn, etc. Everything has been outsourced, and a collpase will be much worse than 1929.
    When the economic system collapses, everything will come undone too fast to form political solutions. 82% of the urban population will suddenly run out of food and begin to seek resources in the rural areas, pitting rural farmers against mass wads of starving city folks, which number at about 260,000,000.

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