The Case for Secession
There’s an odd dichotomy among the right. The TNVOWOOT crowd, who clearly and openly recognize that voting is not the solution to anything also seem stuck within the broken framework, refusing to recognize that secession is the only possible solution for states seeking a life boat from the titanic of the United States. Many of them believe that there’ll be a civil war, but they envision one of arms and tactics and strategy, but I think it’s even broader than that and would probably stem from secession, but only if that is possible, otherwise it’ll be a slow winnowing down of resistance by one means or another. I’m sure Biden’s crew has a lot of good ideas on how to do that.
Consider for a moment the years of antagonism between the North and South before, during and after the actual kinetic struggle. To this day, that conflict has never been quite resolved in the hearts and minds of either side, even though the media blames all of the long-held resentments on the South, that isn’t true. The narrative that the South was to blame is itself a demonstration that the North still can’t just let it go and accept their culpability. They seem determined to make the South forever pay a bigger and longer-lasting penalty for a conflict that was, at best mutual and at worst solely the aggression of the North.
Today, the lines aren’t so clearly drawn as North and South, because the opposition, the communists, have seized control of many of the national and even state bureaucracies. In order to effectively separate something must be done with them, a dissolution of government or a purging of any sitting official.
This is like so many things in our national narratives. The communists contend that the elections weren’t stolen, that to claim they were is some sort of conspiracy theory, even though video and statistical proof is widely available. Simple math like having 141 million registered voters and arriving at a total for both campaigns at something like 155 million votes cast elude them. But even to get to the 141 million mark one has to believe that every single registered voter voted, something that is impossible due to illness, death before election day, the fact that some registered voters have been on the roles and marked as possible votes even a decade after their deaths, etc. Even so, there’s a simple solution, voter ID and paper ballots, but mention that and they plug their ears and begin to chant “voter suppression” even knowing that it’s nonsense. Proving one’s ability to vote in a society where that right can be taken away by commission of a felony is not unreasonable, or suppressive. The reason they won’t hear of it is that acknowledgment of it would rightly and justifiably undermine their authority. Authority is the one thing they can and will never relinquish, not without a fight, so they play dumb and support the irrational and illogical narrative.
The one thing most of us can agree on, including somewhere near 63% of the American people, is that the last few elections were marred by interference: either from voting machines switching votes; cover-ups of crimes of the Biden family; censorship in Big Tech tilting the playing field; or outright fraudulent ballots dumped on counting centers in the middle of the night. Where only a small minority of the people believe in the election system, there can be no republic and certainly no democracy.
Now that the communists have seized the government bureaucracies, city, county, state and federal and have made elections highly suspect if not outright fraudulent, at least in crucial races that can hinder or help those bureaucracies, there is no possibility of republican form of government, because 90% of a republican form of government is derived from the authority transferred from the people to their representatives through an honest election. Otherwise, there is no transfer of authority and government cannot function under anything other than authoritarian rule and/or blatant tyranny. They don’t have the authority, but they have force and that’s what makes them tyrannical.
We don’t have to live like this.
Very few of the American people actually believe in climate change or the transgender/pedophile agenda. More and more are coming to understand that the vaxx was much deadlier than the virus it was supposed to eradicate and that local governments or corporations forced it on them. It was a bioweapon. The tactics to make them priorities in the nation are all the same. It’s pushed through the banking system. Corporations are heavily incentivized by either large investment firms like Blackrock, or government officials who accept campaign donations from them or corporations that are controlled by them and globalist billionaires. Whether that is ideological or agenda driven, it benefits the globalist idea of reducing American power and influence worldwide and/or denuding what exists of American world power.
The evidence of the globalist endeavor to conquer America is in the open border policies that avail themselves to thousands of enemy combatants entering our nation for one purpose or another, none of them good. At least, not for Americans.
The Republican majority in the House has shown that it has no intention of countering any of these policies and recently proved that it’s openly working with Democrats to ensure and finance them forever.
What about winning in 2024? Did you not just witness 2020 and 2022? The Supreme Court, where the laws are generally verified or overturned based on the Constitution, the single entity that could recognize these election laws as ultimately undoing the very foundation of the republic, honest elections, has proven itself incapable of countering the death plan for America laid out by the rest of the government.
In short, there is no systematic relief, it falls on us, the people.
An example is Haiti, not typically a source for inspiration, I grant you that, but recently they’ve had enough of gangs running the country. Gangs have backed down the police and controlled the government against the wishes of the people, who have been driven indoors, terrified to even go shopping for fear of being killed or kidnapped. Lately, the people have formed vigilante committees and have taken gang members into custody, of sorts, doused them with gasoline and set them on fire.
The same thing was true on the American frontier, it’s just so distant that most people wouldn’t make the connection. Not having gasoline, yet, and kerosene being too expensive and hard to ship, they just hung them.
Without systematic relief, our choices are these:
Engage in vigilantism
Engage in kinetic conflict with the state on an individual basis, surely to end in death and to the detriment of one’s family
Separate oneself from the irrevocably corrupt system by leaving the United States
Accept the irrevocably corrupt system as the new normal, which means:
Accepting a dysfunctional banking system where all assets hold a value of zero, but debts will be owed at current value
Accepting limited and spotty electrical service
Accepting eating insects instead of beef, chicken and pork
Accepting having no say in governmental affairs
Accepting the transgender/pedophile agenda and cooperate with it
Accepting housing illegal immigrants who will run a pedophile ring or other immoral activities out of your house, subjecting your children to that atmosphere
Accepting WHO dictates as to what injections you must have, what you drive, where you go, what you do
Accepting the permanent surveillance state as obligatory
Accepting the indoctrination of yourself and your children through government run camps and/or “employment training”
Accepting the surrender all firearms
Separate your state from affiliation with the federal government of the United States
Wait for the Revelation Prophecy to be fulfilled
You notice that nowhere on that list is waiting for Trump or someone else to win some election and save the nation. Even if that were to happen, it’ll be a re-run of 2017-2021 term of Trump. The system didn’t get this corrupt in the last few years, the seeds have been long sewn, at least to the Administrative State boon of 1913, glorified and codified in 1938.
The fundamental understanding of the government’s relationship with the individual has changed from the days of freedom when the bureaucrats served the people to one where the people serve the bureaucracy. They’ve spent a lot of time building the rules and regulations around the idea of making the individual subservient to the state. That will never change unless the fundamentals change, that has never been accomplished short of kinetic resolution.
Today, you can choose from one of the six choices I’ve outlined, or choose from an option I haven’t listed, but likely most will choose #4 and somewhere along the required accepting principles they might choose any of the others, but it will be too late.
Choice #3 is tempting, I have to admit, but there are few options and must be thoroughly investigated
Choice #5 is difficult and therefore will not be chosen very often, not enough to actually put it into effect, but it’s the only one that allows for us to live in the land of our fathers, availing ourselves of the blessings of this land and rejecting the authoritarian walls being built up around us bigger and stronger every single day and often every hour of every day.
The recent implementation of the debt-ceiling bill cemented our fate to #4. There will not be enough left after paying the interest on the debt by 2024 to reverse the course of debt we’ve set, it is perpetual. There will not be the political will to impose any austerity measures that will solve the problem. In fact, the looming commercial real estate crisis will be the catalyst to the banking crisis during which they will “bail in” all of your funds and leave you with nothing in the bank and nowhere to earn a salary as it will also destroy your industry. One might think that the FDIC will insure their deposit of $250,000, but that’s illogical to count on that when they can just say that is wasn’t an actual bank failure, but a societal condition and therefore inapplicable. They’re doing this to have the government take over all forms of production, power generation, oil and gas (it won’t be bad when the state owns it), agriculture, media (including internet) education, health and even religion.
We don’t have to live like this, but we do have to make the right choices now, while we still can, if we still can.
The charges for the declaration of independence from the United States are these:
A failure to discharge the fiduciary responsibility of congress to the people
A failure to secure the rights of the people against government intrusion
A failure to secure the nation from invasion and facilitation of the same
A failure to secure a republican form of government
A failure to faithfully and fairly execute the laws passed by representatives of the people
A failure to secure the life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness of the people
A failure to hold accountable those within their presence who violate their oaths
Giving aid and comfort to the enemies of the nation, both foreign and domestic
Pursuing the persecution of citizens based on race and religious affiliation
That list can obviously be expanded, but that’s really enough if seeking legitimate charges are the goal. Most of these were not even true during the first secession of states.
I write this post with the absolute understanding of the American psyche and will, so I am skeptical of any action whatsoever, but before I make my choice of the six, I felt it obligatory on me to at least throw something at the wall.
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