Could California conquer the rest of the US in a war? Posted on March 3, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Could California conquer the rest of the US in a war?
california can't even conquer itself
>california can't even conquer itself
Fippitty Bitty. Came to post this. Cal Guard is fucking pathetic.
If this were Russia they would've just shot all the protestors, sparking an international incident and discrediting the armed forces.
Like wtf did you want them to do? I get kneeling is embarrassing too, and I hate morons, but still. They are there to serve the people, it's what they were told all the way until enlistment, through training, and into their service. If there's anyone you should be mad at its the guardsmen that served as Pelosi's goons.
>you can't use an abrams tank to run over civilians in a house, that would spark an international incident and discredit the armed forces
>you can't shoot unarmed veterans protesting
for X reasons, that would spark an international incident and discredit the armed forces
lmao, we really showed such restraint before
This, NorCal and The Central Valley would cut off the water supply to the Bay and SoCal and end the war before it even started
California will fuck ya mudda.
>every service member in California is from California and holds alliance to California, definitely not their home states
With their onions gay special forces and LGBT assault battalions. Not a chance.
Why this shit imageboard replace onions with onions? wtf
S()Y with onions, fuck you
>replace onions with onions
You substitute red onions with white
henlo newfwiend ^.^
I think everyone not in Sacramento, the Bay Area, or LA County would immediately secede and form Neo-California.
Enjoying the tour?
>I think everyone not in Sacramento, the Bay Area, or LA County
All 20,000 people?
There are more people in fresno county than there are in Wyoming
How new are you?
Stupid moron, can't even talk goodly.
You have to go back.
>Could California secure Colorado River water source before it's scuttled
Mexico already conquered it.
The lack of water is a distinct vulnerability. Assuming some kind of Fallout like post-apocalypse scenario, a Californian government would probably take over the whole Colorado river to secure itself
Maybe even the Hoover Dam to secure power utility.
Where have I seen this scenario in entertainment media?
What do you think the odds are Oregon and Washington join California's side by default? That would give them more of a leg up
most of those are federal bases
>Could a state that relies on imported water to fend off biblical-tier famine and drought engage in a war of conquest?
A lot of bases in California were BRAC’d during the end of the Cold War. Don’t let the numbers of installations fool you, what matters is what they keep on them. It’s the same story in New England, there’s a lot of installations but they don’t have any real major presence on them anymore.
No, because every redneck in the state would leap at the opportunity to monkeywrench every bit of infrastructure in every flatlander shithole hive. Have fun importing 100% of your water, food, and power through enemy held territory.
Wow, look at that! A 2020 newfag popping random nigs in a supermarket.
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They apparently can't combat homeless people shitting on the sidewalks, so I'd say their ability to enforce political will is pretty low.