North American history was extremely turbulent in the 1980s and 90s. The United States government was a dictatorship ruled by Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 2003, there were conflicts in multiple US states and the bombing of the cities of Salt Lake City, Chicago and Miami by what supremacist forces sponsored by the US government. Many states also left the union and Texas became an independent nation. Mexico had a massive civil war from 1993 to 1997 and the country a massive food shortage in 2005. The North American Free Trade Agreement and NATO were both disbanded by the United States in 1989. The United States also deported all illegal aliens from the United States in 1991. US government also took complete control of the press in 1995. Canada was the most stable country in the region even though they face food shortages and economic chaos caused by the United States. Canada and Mexico helped restore democracy to North America and they became the superpowers of North America. The United States faded into it chaotic country characterized by poverty, disease, starvation and civil unrest this lasted until 2021 the country finally stabilize as a result of the influence by the UN, Mexico and Canada respectively.