Last night’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson (if he was even the man solely responsible for murdering Michael Brown….I still suspect there was another accomplice….Bryan Willman) has brought the United States of America to a point of no return. For a while, I had genuinely hoped that my psychic hunch of a civil war could be prevented. I in no way wanted to see our country spiral out of control the way that it has, but prevailing circumstances beyond my control are in the drivers seat of an upcoming revolt. The reason that this case may be the one to spark the match of full on war is the message that this verdict communicates to African American youth in a police state. When the state is allowed to get away with murder of unarmed citizens, it means that we are officially in fear of our elected officials and the power they wield in a tyrannical society. That kind of dynamic cannot sustain itself and is doomed for implosion. The buildings and streets of Ferguson lighting up are just the start. As protests continue to spread to New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Seattle, Boston, Austin, Oakland and many other cities and towns nationwide, the attempts at a put down by the American government will only inspire more assault from protestors which will then turn into armed conflict in a few months time. It’s too late to turn back the clock and so this fate is our fate for the inevitable future. 2015 is officially the year of revolution. By January, the world that we once knew will never be the same again.