whats your honest opinion of the CSA? what was your country's relationship with it during the US Civil War?
I know the Great Britain rather supported it but remained neutral.
the Russian Empire actually flew a ship past California as a sign of the Czar's support for the United State's efforts.
i understand that France had good relations with the united states, but i wonder how much this would extend to inter-American civil war. i could see where this would cause problems when an enlightenment country is fighting itself.
actually, the king of france was expecting the CSA to win, and nearly intervened to help it
the hope was that the USA would be weakened and no longer able to enforce the monroe doctrine, allowing a new wave of european imperialism in south and central america
desu secession or unification, the Liberia program needed to be done. either event could have happened and it would have fared well then.
well you fucks wouldn't let it happen, so now you live with it
Southern civilization at its inception was inherently different than that of the north
While Puritan society was founded on democratic principles that held strongly the value and importance of education (New England has the highest literacy rate in the world in the 1700s), southern society was created as a hierarchical society that is dependent on higher and lower castes. When their power was being eroded, the nobles of England traveled to the southern America to create a new society where they would have absolute dominance and control over everyone and everything, where the lower castes (at first poor whites, then blacks) would be subservient to them.
The south is a different nation than the north. The south has different values. The south is also objectively inferior. It's no secret, just look at the gdp per capita, hdi values, etc. of all southern states. They're the lowest in the country.
tl;dr: the south is, and has always been, shit
We should have slaughtered every last one of those traitorous scum