America is being overwhelmed with social meltdown, uncontrolled poverty and unemployment. This has been combined with the constant media bombardment of an entertainment complex meant to cause intellectual and emotional retardation, combined with a security culture on overdrive. The USA is being eaten out from the inside by a cancer of its own creation. American Revolutionaries on ‘both sides’ of the so-called political spectrum were right, have been right all along, and are right today. This is a twofold phenomenon, a meltdown occurring on both the cultural and economic front.
These two are connected and inseparable, creating a ‘chicken or egg’ paradox when one tries to untangle them. Today’s revolutionary Political Soldiers need to have a basic grasp of the present situation beyond being a percipient witness to their daily lives. From this, a more coherent analysis of what is now and ‘What is to be Done?’ will be possible. That will lead the best of them to the conclusion that the groundbreaking thesis of Alexander Dugin provides them with the most coherent set of usable tools for the coming American revolution.
The signs on the cultural front tell us that only a revolution which overthrows the entire media and educational system will make possible the later task of redemption and regeneration. The signs on the economic front tell us that uprisings in the near future are all but inevitable. What are the signs on the economic front that we are entering a pre-revolutionary period?
In practical terms, the US is suffering a crisis in legitimacy internally, and cannot manage to create a coherent or sustainable economic policy. In our past work on this subject (cited as “” below), we gave statistics relating to the rising cost of food and housing, which are critical objective analytic indicators of potential for unrest and major political and social disruption.
Since that time, Reuters news agency conducted a scientific poll which found that about 25% or one in four Americans want their state to leave the US. This figure is fueled by a number of facts which are only projected to grow in the coming decades. At a certain point, especially if this idea is vigorously promoted, it may surpass the 50% threshold. Following a similar legal framework which has hitherto justified the secession of Kosovo and Crimea, (though the former is highly questionable), we may proceed to invoke the same precedent in the US. Furthermore, contained within the US framing documents of the US, including the US Constitution and the Federalist (as well as Anti-Federalist) Papers, an internally coherent legal framework can also be derived.
This scientific poll conducted in September of this year (2014) used a sample size of over 9000, which is 900% of the sample size required for a scientific poll of this kind, resulting in a margin of error of only +/- 1.2%, and asked the following question: 
“Do you support or oppose the idea of your state peacefully withdrawing from the United States of America and the federal government?”
The results were, for US analysts and lawmakers, startling. Below is the breakdown of the results