No one is interested in this Balkanization faggotry. It would absorb Canada and Mexico, likely rule South America, and be one thing. The regional divisions in the former US are economic more than anything else - the South is defined by the dominance of slavery and its aftereffects, including the post-war occupation. Americans never got into race-consciousness in the Germanic sense - it is alien to our sense of ourselves and anything in our history. Geographically, there are no great divisions or interests that would actually divide the former US. Canada is basically the US but with fake friendliness, less guns, and more eugenics.
I suspect the "revolution" will be what we're experiencing now - the dissolution of the United States as a legal entity and the creation of a new state which isn't declared to be a state. The real world moved into a secret society. We live in a depopulation zone - an open air concentration camp. They're going to turn us into the Palestinian Territories and do the same thing, and have done so already to a large extent. That's why the Balkanization narrative is so alluring - it doesn't speak of any genuine division with purpose, but to the philosophy of enclosure and lockouts that dominate the former United States.
If there is a "communist" revolution amidst this transformation, or working against it, the result would still be the same. The ruling ideas can only allow there to be two different worlds - a world for those selected to live, and a world for those selected to die. This idea was implicit in what socialism became - any concept of socialism that would have prevented this was not allowed as a legitimate position. They decided a long time ago that most of us had no place in the world, and so the struggle for us concerns things alien to anything we would want. Such is the nature of revolution. The best that can happen is that we cling to life however we can, and make it impossible to pursue the maximal program of those who rule. That is where the communists would be able to win, if they so choose; but being communists, they will default to their old strategies and they decided a long time ago which side of the war they were really on. The position of democratic society is completely untenable, and even if it were "allowed", it couldn't really be allowed. The people have been degraded for far too long to be able to fend for themselves against this.