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Civil War Two: The Coming Breakup of America Paperback – January 1, 1997

ISBN-13: 978-0929408170 ISBN-10: 0929408179 Edition: First Edition

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  • Paperback: 201 pages
  • Publisher: Amer Eagle Pubns Inc; First Edition edition (January 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0929408179
  • ISBN-13: 978-0929408170
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #566,133 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Thomas W. Chittum was a rifleman in the United States Army in Vietnam in 1965 and 1966, a rifleman in the Rhodesian Territorials in the early Seventies, and a rifleman in the Croatian Army in 1991 and 1992. He was a computer programmer for most of his adult life. He is now a writer and lives in rural New Jersey. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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This book is required reading for all.
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Mr. Chittum's predictions are also backed up with statistics, and he also shows that past multiethnic empires have broken up.
Carlos F. Lam
You will be caught with your pants down, unless you begin thinking like Mr.Chittum.
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248 of 276 people found the following review helpful By G. F Gori on July 20, 2003
Format: Paperback
Thomas Chittum's "Civil War II" is not for the weak minded or squemish. Chittum, a retired special forces veteran and freedom fighter, paints a horrfiying, but probable future for the United States as a nation state.
Chittum starts out by asking the reader to figure out which "tier" you belong to in the new order. If you are a member of the white working class you will immediatly understand what Chittum means. The "International Bureaucratic Elite" are the ones destroying America and creating an empire for their own purposes,power and greed. To do this the white working class must be degraded to third class citizens. This will be done through "racist affimative action",politcal correctness, and outright tyranny. Since whites are the economic and racial backbone of America, they must go.
Chittum further relates how illegal immigration, racial politics, and cowardly and devious politicians , are exploiting the ethnic tensions already present from "multiculturalism" The Mexican "reconquista" of the American Southwest is happening at lightning speed and within 20 years whites will no longer be the majority in those states. A revolution in Mexico is predicted within 15-20 years which will be a spark for a "Aztlan republic" and outright secession. Along with this will come a brutal race war between whites and blacks in the America south.
Chittum draws a map of new America showing the probable breakdown of the new ethnic nations: the Northwest and Midwest a white European nation, the South a black one, and the Southwest hispanic. He also describes how black and hispanic street gangs( the Gangster Disciples of Chicago 50,000 strong) will be the new ethnic militias along with white militias forming for self defense.
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146 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Mike Sims. on January 25, 2002
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The topic is very deserving of discussion. Those who try to dismiss it as silly are either closed-minded or uncomfortable about the topic for hidden political reasons. The concept of a turmoil-ridden America is indeed legitimate and possible.
Chittum recognizes that racial identification & racial wars are an absolute. It's not about racial superiority, nor about 'hatred' or lack of interest in one another, it's about differing ideologies and few societies will not dismiss their beliefs without a fight (except perhaps the currently passive white American population). Walk into any multi-ethnic city, look closer beyond just the exotic restaurants and giddy commercialism and you will see there is indeed racial division, businesses and institutions regularly are heavily weighed with one culture and one ideology and those not of the same skin color must always succomb to conformity; neighborhoods are often the same and voting trends are noticeably xenophobic; local-based newspapers especially newsletters also focus on only one or a few very similar races of people and act as political voice (i.e. AsianWeek in San Francisco), and the topics of their discussion are seemingly of antipathy towards other differing cultures and groups and the survival, pride & betterment of their own race. A group culture -- a race -- forms automatically and race-groups do indeed war with each other. Racial conflict and violence based on one race against another is and always has been a fact of life -- different skin colors, different histories, and differing ideologies lead to conflict and war, and this is the reasoning behind Mr. Chittum's literature.
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128 of 144 people found the following review helpful By "wilhelmf" on October 11, 1999
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Mr. Chittum's book deserves as wide an audience as possible, but it will not receive it because of the unpleasant feelings it would arouse in the "normally" socialized American. Quite simply, the book points out the obvious: the new immigration of the late 20th century is an importation into the US not of foreign nationals, but of foreign nations. In the past 30 years a number of Hispanics larger than the population of Canada have entered this country. They possess a vast infrastructure of their own, are supported from outside our borders by Latin American governments, and from within by the leftist Washington establishment and by the "conservative" corporate elite which craves their cheap labor. Their avowed goal is to transform America, not to assimilate into it. They are, compared to their white counterparts, shockingly criminal and profligate. In the past few years, for example, they have managed to achieve an illegitimacy rate higher than that of native-born American blacks - which takes some doing. This book's thesis is simple: in an environment where there is no longer an unspoken loyalty to cultural and behavioral norms on a basic level, abstract concepts like adherence to the rule of law and respect for centralized authority will disappear. Mr. Chittum demonstrates how this has already begun to happen. If anything, the passage of time since publication only serves to reinforce his views - recently, for example, the town of Cenizo, TX quasiofficially seceded from the Union and joined Mexico. It abolished English as its official language and declared its denizens immune from federal law. This is directly in keeping with Mr. Chittum's analysis of the coming breakup of the US.
The facts are clearly in support of Mr.
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