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The Second American Revolutionary War was a successful ethnical concept and uprising that was characterized by a complete breakdown of authority and an anarchic state, culminating in the social and economic disruption known as the Great Collapse. Occurring in the former United States of America, beginning in 2022 and ending in 2027, the Revolution catalyzed violent periods of political, and soon anarchic, turmoil that influenced the decline of an increasingly “rogue nation” under Donald J. Trump that fared no better in its second run.

Second American Revolutionary War
Part of the Great Collapse
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Various Factions And Dominions As A Result Of The Conflict

(Source: https://www.quora.com/If-all-states-in-US-suddenly-became-independent-countries-which-ones-would-do-well-which-ones-would-unite-and-which-ones-would-immediately-get-conquered by Ian Johnston)

Date January 15, 2022 - 1 November 2027

(5 Years, 11 Months, And 16 Days)

Location United States
Result Uprising Successful (until March 2030)
  • Treaty of Cape May (2027)
  • The former United States and its regions become a pariah state amongst the international community as well as suffering from massive war debt and severe economic conditions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Military intervention of the European Union. United States comes under European control.
  • Decline in global anti-sentiment against Americans
Territorial
changes
European Union draws new borders amongst the former United States
Belligerents
Various revolutionary cells made of volunteer militias, allied regional police departments and armed forces defectors

Allied militias

  • Black Lives Matter
  • Constitutional Sheriffs
  • Oath Keepers
  • Three Percenters

Supported by:
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  • Military Staff
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  • Volunteer loyalists

Federal Government

  • Armed Forces
  • Allied Police Departments/Civilian Police
  • Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A)
  • Federal Bureau Of Investigation (F.B.I)
  • Department Of Homeland Security
  • State defense forces
Commanders
Main revolutionary leaders:
  • Peyton Tett
  • Gordon Brown
  • Ted Franklin
  • Lionel de La Rocha
  • Jack Klash
  • Wayne Wiley

Others:

  • Alicia Garza
  • Patrisse Cullors
  • Opal Tometi
  • DeRay McKesson
  • Johnetta Isen
  • Tef Poe
  • Erica Garner
  • Stewart Rhodes
  • Michael Brian Vanderboegh

And more...

Main American leaders:

Republican Party

  • Donald Trump
  • Mike Pence
  • Ronna McDaniel
  • Nikki Haley

Others:

  • Mark Esper
  • James Buchanan
  • Christopher A. Wray
  • Gina Haspel
  • Shannon Moore
  • Chad Wolf

And more...

Strength
Revolutionaries

Unknown number of nationwide revolutionary cells

Black Lives Matter protestors and rioters: about 100,000 (collective)

Constitutional Sherrifs: 2,000-3,500+

Oath Keepers: 20,000+

Three Percenters: 10,000+

Americans

Armed forces: 400,000 +

Loyalist troops: 20,000 (total)

Unknown number of federal government agencies and operatives

State defense forces: 50 (statewide)

Casualties and losses
Unknown (estimated to be thousands) Unknown (estimated to be thousands)


Throughout the 2000s, secret nationwide organizations who idealised the American Patriot cause of their ancestors; particularly of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the U.S Declaration of Independence, as well as other fundamentalist anti-racial discrimination that was apparent to be growing in the United States and mockery of their government, were founded with the aim of liberating their fellow American people from what they deemed a federal government that had become merely for the sake of appearance, rather than being genuine or sincere. These cautions was further accelerated by the Iraq War and the ”incompetence” of then president George W. Bush and his administrations, accusing his federal government of ”making the United States look like fools”. A further outbreak in 2016 resulted from the increasing unpopularity of the presidential campaign of Trump, and the governmental failure to find a managed solution to presidential succession. This resulted in a power struggle among competing elites, which created the opportunity for political insurrection. Former Vice President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden challenged Trump in the 2020 presidential election, and following the rigged results, with his reelection and policies having sparked numerous protests, his many false or misleading statements during both of his campaigns and presidencies, and comments and actions having been characterized as racially charged or racist, Trump made several advancements in his “America First“ policy that resulted in a fallout of an economic crisis in the European Union and a weakened NATO alliance, amid increasing tension with former American allies.

Another major contributing factor was that of on May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American man, was killed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, while being arrested for allegedly using a counterfeit bill. Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on Floyd's neck for several minutes[a] while Floyd was handcuffed, lying face down, and repeatedly saying "I can't breathe" and "please", and calling for his mother.  Officers J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane further restrained Floyd, while officer Tou Thao prevented bystanders from intervening. During the final two minutes, Floyd was motionless and had no pulse, while Chauvin ignored onlookers' pleas to remove his knee, which he did not do until medics told him to. Floyd's death, although the officers were reprimanded, triggered worldwide protests against police brutality, police racism, and lack of police accountability. Among more racially-charged murders, many involving white police officers, throughout 2020 and 2021 and the infamous Chicago Massacre in which a Black Lives Matter parade was halted by heavy police presence and subsequent attacks on the protestors by the officers and resulted in the deaths of over 25 African-American youth. This, combined with the aforementioned and what was thought of as “American incompetence” in its position as the world’s superpower, led what were initially riots into full-scale conflict, or war, that was waged by revolutionaries across the country to get the United States a more serious name in the international community and dispose of the rogue government.

No foreign countries, despite being traditional allies for much of their country’s lifespans, aided the revolutionaries nor the United States in their conflict until 2024, with the European Union providing covert logistical and financial support for the more favorable revolutionaries. After the collapse of the United States government after the Battle of Washington D.C. in 2024, further conflicts occurred in a state of brutal anarchy that dominated the former American front between revolutionaries and loyalists, supported by former governmental operatives and isolated and scattered military squadrons. After a brief but vicious period of anarchy and infighting between former American revolutionaries and continued loyalists, the European Union formally took charge of the lawless nation, annexing the United States into territories, dominions and factions under European rule: Cascadia, Great Plains, Texas, California, New England, New York, Laurentia, and Deseret under the term C.S.A (Continued Service for America).

Background and political developments

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