Americans are increasingly “waking up to the necessity of real resistance” against the state that has historically resorted to violence to maintain its protected status, says a writer and political analyst.
“It’s a white supremacist experiment that has been based in blood and violence from the beginning,” Daniel Patrick Welch told Press TV in an interview.
“A lot of people are realizing that the white extinction anxiety- this idea that white people are very scared about losing their protected status and are lashing out more openly and more brazenly— is a true threat,” he noted.
Welch made the comments in response to a new survey that shows about a third of US voters believe another civil war is possible because of political violence and immigration issues.
The poll by Rasmussen Reports found 31 percent of those surveyed believe it is “likely” that the United States will experience a second civil war sometime in the next…