US to invade neighboring countries?

I figure US invades Canada to be least likely. These are two very stable nations. The US would have to be facing some huuuuge crisis in energy supply, global warming, or overcrowding, with Canada holding the key to one of these somehow. I hardly see it happening, even in fifty years, but you never know.

Actually that is a high probability event. USA will invade Canada if it switches to some extreme right wing system (like fascism), while Canada becomes extreme left wing (like socialism or anarchism). If that happens, I will guarantee you that USA will invade Canada. Before they invade, though, they will use their typical techinques of trying to install a proxy. If the proxy fails, they will invade under the pretext of trying to promote democracy and freedom...

Sivaram Velauthapillai
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