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The great rebellion of Aztlan seemed to be coming to an end by December 2134. The rebel capital was forced to relocate to Phoenix, Arizona after the Union victory at Denver. Utah, an autonomous state in Aztlan, went so far as to sue for a separate peace on May 11; with victories in Texas and California, Aztlan’s few remaining forces were left to prepare Phoenix for siege. As Union forces prepared to surround and capture Phoenix, and perceiving a Union victory as an external threat to Mexican sovereignty, Mexican president Edwin Jaso issued an ultimatum to the US: turn back now or face a larger war. Many northern Mexicans supported Aztlan’s bid for independence, and under the dual citizenship program, the Aztlan rebels were technically Mexican citizens. The US ignored Jaso's ultimatum, and upon entering the outskirts of Phoenix, on December 9, 2132 Mexico detonated its nuclear arsenal along the DMZ to clear a path to invade the American Southwest, killing 10,000 US military personnel during the attack, and destroying the majority of American tactical nuclear weapons. Upon reaching Phoenix, Mexican forces were met with cheers from many citizens and silent awe from those unsure of what this war now means. Bombardment from the Mexican Orbitals, and advanced ground based defense systems severely reduced the American ability to respond, leaving fighting primarily on land and at sea. With US allies and worldwide forces engaging Mexican client states in Eurasia and Africa, few reinforcements could be recalled to defend the homeland, and by the end of 2135 Mexico had advanced as far north as southern Oregon, Idaho, and Colorado.

After pushing US forces as far back as Denver, and destroying the US Naval blockades whilst creating their own around New Orleans and Ecuador, President Jaso arrived in Santa Fe on November 19, 2135, declaring the rebel American states to be Mexican territory and committed to secure the territory lost to the US in the First Mexican American War, almost three centuries ago. Many Mexican-Americans that had supported the Atzlan rebellion were opposed to outright annexation, and formed independent resistance groups, while previously neutral citizens sided with the Union. With Mexico poised for critical victories on the homefront, and US forces tied down abroad, on November 25, 2135, President Lionel Halvidar lifted the self-imposed ban on using bombardment weapons on US territory and began striking Mexican held assets in the South West. Orbital bombardments by Mexico and the US were constantly being interrupted by both sides’ space forces, leaving the fighting on Earth largely to terrestrial forces, but the American bombardment campaign had finally stalled Mexico’s advance.

With their allies advanced stalled in Ecuador after American reinforcements arrived from Machupe and Australia, Mexico began to seek an ally to limit the ability of the US to move forces even further. In a secret meeting in Athens on January 9, 2136, Mexico and Poland agreed to ally against the US, with Mexico guaranteeing Polish dominance over Northern Europe, and Poland agreeing to engage the US directly to limit any movement of potential American forces to reinforce the homeland. On January 25, 2136 Poland entered the war with Mexico pulling the US into a protracted war across the planet. Mexico had also succeeded in a blocade and limited invasion of the Moon, depriving the American war machine of its most immediate source of Helium-3. The blockade, and subsequent invasion of key Lunar assets, were resisted by the US Lunar Guard and local Space Force personnel, but with the majority of US Space Forces committed to Earth Orbit, Luna's forces were only able to limit Mexico's access to Helium-3 supplies and shipyards, rather than retaking them for the US. US forces in the Americas were now left with no hope of reinforcements from abroad and were operating under power rationing, leaving US-Allied forces to operate under Fabian tactics to do little more than slow Mexico’s advance.

As Mexico secured its gains in the Southwest and left American forces stretched thin across the planet supporting their allies, President Halvidar initiated a bold strategy. Just after assuming office and granting statehood to many colonial territories, President Halvidar used his executive powers to seize a fleet of incomplete ships, built by the colonies during the Second Martian Revolution, as vessels of the US Space Force. On August 11th, 2136, Halvidar nationalized the Planetary Guards of the colonies and called them to defend the Homeland in what would become Operation Stardust. The colonies used this secretly constructed fleet to speed toward the Earth to relieve US terrestrial forces. The ships were outfitted in what was the latest in military hardware, including next generation Space Force armor that were capable of re-entry and orbital flight. Mexico detected the fleet on August 24th, and on August 27th the first wave of colonial forces would reach Earth. Hoping to end the war before the American colonials arrived, Mexico launched a daring attack of its own on the US capitol of Washington D.C., detonating a nuclear flare above the city and invading from orbit on August 26th. With the remaining domestic naval detachments engaged with Mexico in the Gulf, and Army forces fighting to hold onto territory in the Rockies, the capital was largely undefended. Mexico deployed a force of 20,000 from their Orbitals, in a battle against 5,000 US reservists that would ultimately be a turning point in the war.

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NealMan11 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2015
I miss this style of map.
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KitFisto1997 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Bolivia cannot into sea
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SE-Roger Featured By Owner May 26, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
what about the Pentagon?
if your going to burn DC, might at well send some dudes to the pentagon.
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner May 26, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The Pentagon has been a primarily administrative and political center since the first Orbital Command Stations were launched in 2040s (though it was reactivated as a C2 building after the Japanese attacked in WWIII). There'd be no point taking the building.
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SE-Roger Featured By Owner May 27, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ok. the USA is pritty OP right now...
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minecrafroger Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
amarica is going ape s!@# and Qubec is like-
*sitting on there lawn chair, drinking some lemonade* hear about those yanks and mexicans, they are going ape s!@# down there, good thing we arn't there.
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LouisTheFox Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
LOL
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minecrafroger Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
yea. 
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snakewrangler08 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015
Man, things are going pretty bad for the U.S. Are things going to turn around for them any time soon?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Read the rest of my maps in the Second Renaissance folder.
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snakewrangler08 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015
I just read the Washington one. Damn.:( (Sad)  How will the war end? Mexico is probably going to get everything it wants and then some.
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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Beastboss Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Are the Athabasca, Cook, Keewatin, Nunavut, Tlicho, and the Yukon states or territories?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The first three are states, the last three are territories.
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Jordytheredfox Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Eh, if i can ask... ¿How happened the anexation of Central américo for México and what happened with "Patagonia" and "Mapuche"? :ohnoes:
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There was a brief war between the US and Mexico in 2090. Both powers never directly engaged on their shared border for fear of sparking a sectarian conflict inside the US that neither power wanted to deal with. Mexico annexed Central America to handle the return of millions of Mexican nationals who'd been living in the US as part of a long term immigration program to supplament an aging/dying workforce. The conflict was largely concentrated to Panama (the only territory the US didn't want Mexico to have) and South America (for unrelated reasons, but essentially the US wanted to fracture the Mexican alliance system and limit their access to both oceans.
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Jordytheredfox Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, that explains so many things about the why Mexico didn't annexed Panamá...
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:iconthetexasranger:
What lines of latitude and longitude you chose to make the borders of the states made from territory of the former Canadian provinces?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I can't remember.
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TheTexasRanger Featured By Owner May 13, 2015
So besides the new Aztlan states are there other proposals for new states made out of current states that may be gaining a foothold?
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:iconynot1989:
YNot1989 Featured By Owner May 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not on Earth.
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NealMan11 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015
I have a question: How in the actual fuck did Mexico become so powerful?
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:iconynot1989:
YNot1989 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Proximity to the US, access to both oceans, and a robust alliance system.
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NealMan11 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015
has the US imposed a draft and how big are the armies of the US and Mexico?
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:iconynot1989:
YNot1989 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There's no need for a draft, and the armies are fairly small. Tens of thousands.
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Coloanas Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Mexico becoming a superpower? Possible. 

USA still being a superpower after two centuries? Bullshit.

Is the moon colonized, or terraformed? 100 years isn't enough for a celestial body to be terraformed. It takes several thousand years. 
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The moon is colonized, and there have been suggestions at terraforming, but the present population has grown quite fond of their awesome cave world. And no, you can terraform a planet to habitability within a century (depending on the initial conditions), you just can't make it a self-sustaining biosphere in that time. Mars is habitable, but large portions of the planet are still quite barren and the biosphere isn't fully self sustaining. Venus is going to be just barely habitable in by 2135 and it will take centuries to make it self sustaining. 

And America isn't going anywhere for quite some time. This empire is only getting started.
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Coloanas Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
If anything it's falling. It's already unpopular in certain parts if the world. 

I don't see how Canada is merging with America anytime soon.

It can't be an  European century due to underpopulation and it's rapid aging.  It's either an Asian or African century. 

No, terraforming is a process that takes thousands of years. You would need to create an atmosphere and an artificial magnetosphere, or else the atmosphere would erode. Then there's water. Then we need oxygen. This process takes thousands of years. 
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm bored of you.
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Coloanas Featured By Owner Edited Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
What do you mean? 
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The second you mentioned popularity as a factor of geopolitics I stopped taking you seriously. It hasn't helped that you regurgitate the same quips that I've rebutted countless times before.
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Coloanas Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Anti-americanism is prevalent in some portions of the globe, especially China and Russia. 

America can only fight military midgets, of course, why do they display such hostility to nations like Cuba, North Korea etc?

I'm not saying America is not a strong country, but the economic superpowers of the future, I mean ECONOMIC superpowers, are India and China.      
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There has never been a lasting economic superpower devoid of military or political dominance. The United States isn't just a strong country, we're THE strongest country in the world. If you combine the next three largest economies you would only just pass the US in GDP, we have the strongest navy in human history (no one has ever been able to control all the world's oceans like us) the largest air force in the world, the second largest is the US Navy; and our culture permeates ever aspect of human society (you're currently speaking english to me over a technological miracle invented by the US military). We're not some flash in the pan empire like the Mongols or Alexander. We're Rome, and we haven't even gotten started yet.
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TheTexasRanger Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
What's the situation of the Falkland Islands at this point is it independent, with Argentina, the US, or with Patagonia.
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The Falkland Islands are with the US, though they were essentially abandoned during the Flood and repopulated a things in South America started to heat up by the end of the 21st Century. There are still only a few thousand people on them, and they're mostly military personnel.
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TheTexasRanger Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Something else, are there new political parties that dominate the scene or are they still the same two parties but maybe reformed a little bit.
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There are now seven large parties in the United States, but power tends to be concentrated in two major parties at any given moment. The Democrats and Republicans tore themselves apart in the late 2020s when a series of constitutional reforms made it easier for new parties to gain a foothold in the elections. The Democrats broke up into the Progress Party, the Labor Party, and the Liberal Party (Labor didn't last very long and the Liberals eventually overtook them as the Progress Party's go-to-coalition). The Republicans went completely batshit crazy and while that party survived as a minor regional party until about the 2040s, while the Libertarians became the major conservative party, though they only managed to make their way into the White House once. The Conservative Party emerged as the dominant party of the country in the 2080s, lasting until Halvidar's election as the dominant party, supported by a coalition with the now defunct Mexicanos Libres Party and the Constitution Party. The Union Party has since emerged from the colonies to become a major force in politics, and is the party of the current President.
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TheTexasRanger Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014
In the US House of Representatives is the number of representatives still at 435 because that would be bad if it stayed the same considering population growth and the admission of places like the British isles or Australia and the thing on Australia the entire landmass a state or it divided up into the provinces it currently has
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The Number of representatives remained 435 until about November, 17 2134 after Texas was recaptured from the Aztlan rebels, upon which the Congress expanded its size to 1000 members. It was briefly considered to base the number of representatives on the population of the smallest state, but the main concern over the expansion of the Congress following the integration of the colonies necessitated a more modest solution.
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DaFreak47 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Read some of the comments, and I was just wondering if there is any fan art for this scenario or anyone resembling it, because for most of us we can't help but imagine this war with modern technology (even though we know its completely different) and maybe we get the wrong impression from the map alone. Although it is a very helpful and well made map. :thumbs up: 
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'd love to find out that I have fan art, but I don't think my maps inspire that in the people who typically do fanart.
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NealMan11 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014
1. The U.S. would never hold their major nuclear arsenal along the Mexican border, especially if tensions were rising between them, it's just a stupid move, so wouldn't the place they would most likely hold them in would be in Southern Canada?
2. Wouldn't Brazilian citizens revolt against the Mexican puppet state, to reinstate the previous Brazilian government?
3. Wouldn't the American people form militias using local and captured tanks, and weapons to fight a guerrilla war against Mexico, to protect the American homeland, maybe even with government required militia training?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1. They're nuclear mines, traditional ICMBs are outmoded thanks to the ubiquity of 22nd century lasers.
2. There are anti-Mexican rebels, but Mexico expected that and fights to maintain chaos in Brazil with a minimum force, rather than expend the effort to conquer Brazil entirely (which they no isn't possible). They simply want Brazil out of the game during their contest with the Americans.
3.Most of the territory Mexico controls isn't really anti-Mexican enough to support what few resistance movements exist. Its the former territory of the Aztlan rebels mostly. BTW tanks have been unmanned for about 100 years in this timeline, and the Mexican military is outfitted with powered exoskeletons that can fly and shake off 50 caliber rounds like they're a bee sting.
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NealMan11 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014
One more inane question for you to destroy:
Wouldn't the DC citizenry, which must number in millions by now, rise up against the Mexicans in the battle of DC, I mean I can understand Atzlan not really wanting to, but DC? Also with the citizenry's help, reservists could probably hold out by the reservists killing the Mexicans and the citizens taking their weapons, or just normal home defense weapons could work in large numbers, but as history has shown time and time again: you do NOT fuck with the citizenry because no matter how advanced you are, they will overwhelm you,  I would guess that the number of DC citizens willing to fight would be around 250,000 to 350,000 at best so 20,000 hyper advanced soldiers versus 5,000 opposing hyper advanced soldiers and over 150,000 average joes with guns. Who do you think would win?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A few do, veterans and weekend warriors who managed to hang onto their armor from the last time they fought. Most people know that they don't stand anything resembling a chance against armored soldiers with microartillery and energy weapons. This isn't the age of the partisan warrior, this is the new age of knights, where armored soldiers (and their drones) are the only ones on the battlefield. 

Let me put you in the mindset of your average DC civilian on the day of the Mexican attack...

Its about 10 at night, you've been rushed into a shelter beneath the nation's capitol after news broke that the Mexicans were attacking US military platforms in geostationary orbit above DC, and were preparing to make planetfall in your hometown. A nuclear flare has gone off, wiping out just about every defense system DC has save for its network of shelters that have been built up over centuries of invasion, terrorist threat, hyper-sonic strike and flood control, where you are presently packed like a sardine next to hundreds of other civilians, cops, and EMTs, all just as terrified as you are. You've seen the livestreams and experience feeds of the siege of Denver and the Battle of Phoenix, you hear the bombardment artillery bursts above you as Mexican Orbital Shock Commandos descend. You know what they look like. 7 feet tall, custom chassis encased in armor that adds another 6 inches and enough death to level a city block. Neural interfaced to dozens of drones that are coming down with them, along with nanodrones on their own bodies, microartillery, defensive lasers, wrist mounted flak cannons, and the big railcannons they carry, not to different from the M71s the US marines have. You think of the civilian with the old wire-gun you saw get ripped to shreds by a Mexican Army officer on the experience feed from Austin, remembering how they had to slow the image to less than 100x normal speed just so you could appreciate how he didn't even need his service knife to turn a man to a red mist in .13 seconds, and barely slow down before flying 800 meters into the sky to rejoin the fight. You look down at your little 9 mil that you bought after that mugger held you up in China Town last year.

Now what do you decide to do after all that?
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NealMan11 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
You're right I would be shitting myself and thanks for answering my questions, I just have a lot that I'm curious about. You really do care about what your fans ask, don't you?
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't have many, so it makes it easy. ;)
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RogueLeader1000 Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014
You, know, chances are very high that New Orleans probably doesn't exist at this point.
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YNot1989 Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
See my earlier maps in this timeline (The Second Renaissance). New Orleans was lost beneath the waves in the 2030s through the 2050s, but its been rebuilt after some cleaver geoengineering reversed the more damaging effects of climate change.
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Why would someone rebuild a city that was already built in the worst possible location? Add to that fact, the Mississippi has most likely changed course, so its probably not even sitting at the mouth of the river anymore. The city would have no purpose, and outside of the river, there would be no reason to rebuild a city in such a horrible position. In fact, most of Louisiana should have slipped into the sea by now and be non-existent. Not only would coastal erosion would have taken its toll, but then practically the whole state was submerged. There should really be nothing left south of Interstate 10 as it would have all wasted away by this point, even if the sea levels dropped back down. It took centuries for nature to build those swamps, and no matter where the mouth of the Mississippi is at this point, they aren't coming back overnight.
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