“The United States is at a turning point and may be evolving from a controlled internal tension to a revolution or a civil war.”
According to the U.S. Market Observer, this is the latest post on LinkedIn by Dario, the founder of the American billionaire and the world’s largest hedge fund, the Bridgewater Fund. His comments on the class and power that led to the division of the United States The struggle issued such a warning.
He wrote: “The battle between the people and politicians is now fiercer than at any time I saw in 1971. How the United States responds to chaos will have a profound impact on Americans, other countries in the world, and most economies and markets. “
In addition, Dario also used graphs to show how the US economic strength has declined. He wrote: “(The United States) is in a stage of poor financial conditions and intensified conflict. Generally speaking, this stage is after a period of excessive spending and debt, rich and poor, and widening political gaps, and before the outbreak of revolution and civil war. .”
Although the result is not inevitable, Dario said that perhaps more than ever, the United States needs to “understand the possibilities” by carefully examining its own past. “The lessons and warnings of history are obvious. However, most people do not look for them because most people have learned from their experiences, and a person’s life is too short to give them the lessons and warnings they need. .”
Dario’s statement that the United States is on the brink of revolution or civil war may be largely due to Trump.
On September 27, the British “Guardian” published an article stating that during Trump’s four-year term, the United States had fallen into a new “civil war”, but this “civil war” was not presented in a violent manner. This is reflected in the fact that American society has become more divided, which can be seen from the increasingly fierce and irreconcilable political struggle between the two parties in the United States and the more tearing apart American society.
Looking further ahead, on September 2, the former “New York Times” columnist Anand Giridaladas wrote an article that partisan struggles have split the United States into “two incompatible countries.” “When you look through the newspaper and turn on the TV, you can see two Americans everywhere. There will be two tit-for-tat interpretations of the same thing, with completely different perspectives and words and sentences.” The article also pointed out that both the United States regard each other as a real threat to the United States, and both believe that what they hold is the truth.
Although the U.S. election ended with Trump’s defeat and Biden is about to succeed Trump as the new U.S. President, a recent article in The New York Times stated that even if the president is no longer Trump, the United States will be divided. It will continue to exist and will only continue to expand.