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Posted 15 November 2016 - 06:45 AM

 

How do you get Senators and Congressmen from Vermont, NH or Maine to care about Mexican immigration when they have virtually none? How do you get Southwestern congressmen to see environmental concerns when their area is a frickin' desert?
 

 

The European Union is falling apart now. The USA will eventually follow.

An illiberal impetus that has allowed bureaucrats in Brussels to usurp the authority of previously sovereign states and make policy for the Continent (while being immune from its repercussions). Were it not for the rigid controls the EU exerts over its satellite states—each European country would be likely to respond to “refugees” in a manner consistent with the wishes of the voters, rather than that of the bureaucracy and its crooked beneficiaries.


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‘Fear’ is only thing holding EU together: Hugh Hendry

 

  “Without appropriate monetary policy, fiscal policy or bank rescue as an option, all the EU has left is fear to hold it together. It will inevitably buckle if it replaces the carrot with the stick. And so we fear a storm is coming,” Hendry and company wrote.

 

 

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Posted 15 November 2016 - 02:20 PM

This looks pretty good to me. Except take Nevada and Hawaii too. 

 

We'd be glad to go and I suspect the rest of the country would be glad to see us go, except for the Northeast (but they could link up to Ontario and Quebec). Alaska might be thorn in our side but we could deport all the white people to Arizona or Texas.  Alaskans would probably love that in the end, from snow and cold to sun and fun, especially if we paid for it since like the other red states they're always looking for a free ride. 

 

Put it all together -- Canada,the left coast, the upper right corner -- and all that would be left would be a hardly-populated prairie-dog province and an aging rust belt trying to make friends with the banana republic to the south.

 

Yep, this sounds good to me.

 

CANADIANS INVITE CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND WASHINGTON TO JOIN CANADA

 


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Posted 07 February 2017 - 09:51 AM

“Shattered Consensus”

makes the case there is an inevitable “revolution” coming because our politics, culture, education, economics and even philanthropy are so polarized that the country can no longer resolve its differences.


“The problems will mount to a point of crisis where either they will be addressed through a ‘fourth revolution’ or the polity will begin to disintegrate for lack of fundamental agreement.”

He identifies two previous eras where a general consensus prevailed, and collapsed. Each lasted about as long as an individual’s lifetime, was dominated by a single political party and ended dramatically.

First came the era that stretched from 1800 until slavery and sectionalism led to the Civil War.

The second consensus, which he calls the capitalist-industrial era, lasted from the end of the Civil War until the Great Depression.

It is the third consensus, which grew out of the depression and World War II, which is now shattering. Because the nation is unable to solve economic stagnation, political dysfunction and the resulting public discontent, Piereson thinks the consensus “cannot be resurrected.”


http://nypost.com/20...r-a-revolution/

 

Revealed: Steve Bannon 'is obsessed with a book arguing institutions are destroyed and rebuilt every 80 years'
  • Trump's chief strategist was fascinated by a book called The Fourth Turning
  • William Strauss and Neil Howe released the book and their theory in 1997
  • View history as a repetition of 80-year cycle that begin and ended with crises
  • Say cycles went from the Revolution to the Civil War, then to Second World War
  • Bannon became convinced that the next crisis would involve a massive conflict, according to a historian who worked with him on a documentary

 

http://www.dailymail...th-Turning.html


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#14 AChartist

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 06:36 AM

now all the sudden they believe in constitutional principals of natural human rights sovereignty?

So now they are going to merge with Bannon first to claim the Consitutional free human
sovereignty part, if they want to merge with sharia islamists second. But then how do satanists pick and choose one part
of Consitutional principal while despising and violating all of it?

 

itself would have to break into 3, free northern state, pedophile cannibal cult sucking fetal guts, and the USA requires one

strategic Port.

 

 

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Those factors are also among the primary causes of the fever of secession-ism that is spreading all across Europe, and is now visible here.

Consider California. Democrats hold every state office, both Senate seats, two-thirds of both houses of the state legislature, 3 in 4 of the congressional seats. Hillary Clinton beat Trump 2-to-1 in California, with her margin in excess of 4 million votes.

Suddenly, California knows exactly how Marine Le Pen feels.

And as she wants to “Let France Be France,” and leave the EU, as Brits did with Brexit, a movement is afoot in California to secede from the United States and form a separate nation.

California seceding sounds like a cause that could bring San Francisco Democrats into a grand alliance with Breitbart.

A new federalism — a devolution of power and resources away from Washington and back to states, cities, towns and citizens, to let them resolve their problems their own way and according to their own principles — may be the price of retention of the American Union.

Let California be California; let red state America be red state America.

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Buchanan: Is Secession A Solution To Cultural War?

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As the culture war is about irreconcilable beliefs about God and man, right and wrong, good and evil, and is at root a religious war, it will be with us so long as men are free to act on their beliefs.

Yet, given the divisions among us, deeper and wider than ever, it is an open question as to how, and how long, we will endure as one people.

After World War II, our judicial dictatorship began a purge of public manifestations of the “Christian nation” that Harry Truman said we were.

In 2009, Barack Obama retorted, “We do not consider ourselves to be a Christian nation.” Secularism had been enthroned as our established religion, with only the most feeble of protests.

One can only imagine how Iranians or Afghans would deal with unelected judges moving to de-Islamicize their nations. Heads would roll, literally.

Which bring us to the first culture war skirmish of the Trump era.

Taking sides with Attorney General Jeff Sessions against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, the president rescinded the Obama directive that gave transgender students the right to use the bathroom of their choice in public schools. President Donald Trump sent the issue back to the states and locales to decide.

While treated by the media and left as the civil rights cause of our era, the “bathroom debate” calls to mind Marx’s observation, “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.”

Can anyone seriously contend that whether a 14-year-old boy, who thinks he is a girl, gets to use the girls’ bathroom is a civil rights issue comparable to whether African-Americans get the right to vote?

Remarkably, there was vigorous dissent, from DeVos, to returning this issue to where it belongs, with state and local officials.

After yielding on the bathroom question, she put out a statement declaring that every school in America has a “moral obligation” to protect children from bullying, and directed her Office of Civil Rights to investigate all claims of bullying or harassment “against those who are most vulnerable in our schools.”

Now, bullying is bad behavior, and it may be horrible behavior.

But when did a Republican Party that believes in states rights decide this was a responsibility of a bureaucracy Ronald Reagan promised but failed to shut down? When did the GOP become nanny-staters?

Bullying is something every kid in public, parochial or private school has witnessed by graduation. While unfortunate, it is part of growing up.

But what kind of society, what kind of people have we become when we start to rely on federal bureaucrats to stop big kids from harassing and beating up smaller or weaker kids?

While the bathroom debate is a skirmish in the culture war, Trump’s solution — send the issue back to the states and the people there to work it out — may point the way to a truce — assuming Americans still want a truce.

For Trump’s solution is rooted in the principle of subsidiarity, first advanced in the 1891 encyclical Rerum Novarum by Pope Leo XIII — that social problems are best resolved by the smallest unit of society with the ability to resolve them.

In brief, bullying is a problem for parents, teachers, principals to deal with, and local cops and the school district if it becomes widespread.

This idea is consistent with the Republican idea of federalism — that the national government should undertake those duties — securing the borders, fighting the nation’s wars, creating a continental road and rail system — that states alone cannot do.

Indeed, the nationalization of decision-making, the imposition of one-size-fits-all solutions to social problems, the court orders emanating from the ideology of judges — to which there is no appeal — that is behind the culture wars that may yet bring an end to this experiment in democratic rule.

Those factors are also among the primary causes of the fever of secessionism that is spreading all across Europe, and is now visible here.

Consider California. Democrats hold every state office, both Senate seats, two-thirds of both houses of the state legislature, 3 in 4 of the congressional seats. Hillary Clinton beat Trump 2-to-1 in California, with her margin in excess of 4 million votes.

Suddenly, California knows exactly how Marine Le Pen feels.

And as she wants to “Let France Be France,” and leave the EU, as Brits did with Brexit, a movement is afoot in California to secede from the United States and form a separate nation.

California seceding sounds like a cause that could bring San Francisco Democrats into a grand alliance with Breitbart.

A new federalism — a devolution of power and resources away from Washington and back to states, cities, towns and citizens, to let them resolve their problems their own way and according to their own principles — may be the price of retention of the American Union.

Let California be California; let red state America be red state America.

 

 

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 07:14 AM

Social Justice Narrative, Attach of the Crybully's

 

 

is depopulation mind control technology

 

The communist-obama-cloward pivon technology was depopulation, rhyming yet?

how you are going to pack and stack them into cities without cars without work, on gmo,

forced innoculations, digital currency debt, flouride, 50% on psychotropics "diagnosed" by the

village, if they were not under the mark of the beast

chanting for more.

The original communist technology was everyone working agrarian, the new technology is no one working

depopulation. You cant even say they dont want them producing and polluting because they shut down

and moved clean domestic energy to dirty plants in china and mexico. So it is not about CO2 or resources

either

which leads back to the original point of depopulation and white genocide.

Hows that debased debt SS purchasing power working out of the FDR satanist ignorant. What if they

just needed property rights. What property does labor have left fromthe great wwii hegemony.

Justice And "Social Justice" Are Two Very Different Things

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Recently, Harvard political theorist Danielle Allen wrote in the Washington Post of “The most important phrase in the Pledge of Allegiance” — “with liberty and justice for all.”

Allen recognized that justice required “equality before the law” and that freedom exists “only when it is for everyone.” But she confused democracy — defined as progressives “build[ing] a

distributed majority across the country, as is needed for electoral college victory” — with liberty, which is very different. Similarly, she replaced the traditional meaning of justice (“giving

each his own,” according to Cicero) with a version of “social justice” inconsistent with it. And her two primary examples of rights — “rights” to education and health care — were inconsistent with

both liberty for all and justice for all.

Americans cannot have both liberty and this type of social justice — under whose aegis one can assert rights to be provided education and health care, not to mention food, housing, etc.

Positive rights to receive such things, absent an obligation to earn them, must violate others’ liberty, because a government must take citizens’ resources without their consent to fund them.

Providing such government benefits for some forcibly violates others’ rights to themselves and their property.

The only justice that can be “for all” involves defending negative rights — prohibitions laid out against others, especially the government, to prevent unwanted intrusions — not rights

to be given things. Further, only such justice can be reconciled with liberty “for all.” That is why negative rights are what the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, especially the Bill

of Rights, were intended to protect. But those foundational freedoms continue to be eroded by the ongoing search to invent ever-more positive rights.

Echoing John Locke, The Declaration of Independence asserts that all have unalienable rights, including liberty, and that government’s central purpose is to defend those negative rights. Each citizen

can enjoy them without infringing on anyone else’s rights, because they impose on others only the obligation not to invade or interfere. But when the government creates new positive rights — which

require extracting resources from others — these new “rights” violate others’ true unalienable rights. In other words, people recognize these positive rights as theft except when the government does it.

Almost all of Americans’ rights laid out in the Constitution are protections against government abuse. The preamble makes that clear, as does the enumeration of the limited powers granted

to the federal government. That is reinforced by explicit descriptions of some powers not given, particularly in the Bill of Rights, whose negative rights Justice Hugo Black called the “Thou Shalt Nots.”

Even the Bill of Rights’ central positive right — to a jury trial — is largely to defend innocent citizens’ negative rights against being railroaded by government. And the 9th and 10th Amendments leave

no doubt that all rights not expressly delegated to the federal government (including health care and education) are retained by the states or the people.

Liberty means I rule myself, protected by my negative rights, and voluntary agreements are the means of resolving conflict. In contrast, assigning positive rights to others means someone else rules

over the choices and resources taken from me. But since no one has the right to rob me, they cannot delegate such a right to the government to force me to provide resources it wishes to give to others,

even if by majority vote. For our government to remain within its delegated authority, reflecting the consent of the governed expressed in “the highest law of the land,” it can only enforce negative rights.

Our country was founded on unalienable rights, not rights granted by Washington. That means government has no legitimate power to take them away. However, as people have discovered ever-more

things they want others to pay for, and manipulated the language of rights to create popular support, our government has increasingly turned to violating the rights it was instituted to defend. And there is

no way to square such coercive “social justice” with “liberty and justice for all.”

 

 

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 07:44 AM

it goes to the original webbot explanation that everything they do backfires, hits again. Everything they do gives us what we want by their own hand guaranteed self genocide.

they will do what we want, by modern premise for constitutional unalienable natural human rights sovereignty. and then they die off from pedophile satanism giving what we want, again.

decentralization is the premier Constitutional Law principal, the breakup of federal monopolies, the 10th amendment states rigths, un-alien-able human and property rights.

itself would have to break into three parts, free constitutional north, the pedophile sharia
cannibal cult, and the USA will have to retain a strategic port wherever that fits
geographically most likely south.

trump can and will break up google new world order cult on antitrust and racketerring and
1st amendment violation and commerce infringement law.
silicon valley is already done and that region should be in the sharia pedophile district.

Clinton microsoft backdoor unsecure monopoloy, then obama NSA spying, Clapper contempt of congress lying, already moved the whole world away from google and silicon valley to
build their own.

 

 

ZH article, images dont copy over so go to the article:

 

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Decentralization – the Key to Liberty and Progress
The idea of political decentralization as a catalyst for economic growth has become a part of a “school of thought” in the interpretation of how Europe became so prosperous compared to other civilizations.

After the fall of the Roman Empire, Europe for centuries was divided politically among numerous jurisdictions and ruling authorities with no dominant central state on the Continent.

The multitude of governing bodies kept in check, to a large degree, the level of taxation and regulation.  If one state became too draconian, it would lose population to less oppressive regimes.

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 08:50 AM

best to see it here for the image of  diaspora out of the apartheid cesspool.

 

goes to what breaks up the US into pieces, states will have to have their own immigration systems.

 

 

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Posted 25 August 2017 - 12:44 PM

What will Civil War 2.0 look like? 

 

It will not look like the orderly pattern of descent which characterized the conflict of 1861-65. It will appear more like the Yugoslavia break-up, or the Russian and Chinese civil wars of the 20th Century.

 

It will appear as an evolving chaos…

 

The last-ditch reactions by those who voted in the US for Donald Trump and those who voted in the UK for Brexit were against an urban-based globalism which has been building for some seven decades, with the deliberate or accidental intent of destroying nations and nationalism. It is now crystallizing into this: urban globalism sees nations and nationalism as the enemy, and vice-versa.

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And this makes sense if you consider that the majority of Clinton voters were from heavily populated urban areas like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City. 

 

Urban globalists control most of the means of communications and therefore control “information” and the perception of events.

 

“Nationalists”, then, are operating instinctively, and in darkness. 

 

 

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Posted 26 August 2017 - 07:06 AM

How do you get Senators and Congressmen from Vermont, NH or Maine to care about Mexican immigration when they have virtually none? How do you get Southwestern congressmen to see environmental concerns when their area is a frickin' desert?

It is easy to envision sctions of the Southwestern US states becoming a sort of North Mexico. Not part of Mexico, because there is a reason they left Mexico, but it's own area. I don't see it doing well, but the new border will be ferociously patrolled.

I can see Northern CA, Oregon and Washington forming a country (potentially with Western Canada) called "Cascadia".

I can see a large region that would be from Idaho-Montana all the way to the Midwest down to the South becoming a 'red state America'

I can aslo envision the Northeast from say Washington DC up to Maine over to Western NY/PA becoming the "North Atlantic Union".

The odd puzzle piece is the Upper Midwest. The Minnesota through Ohio cluster is rather purple. Indiana could be the northern red tongue of the 'red state America', but if you look at county by county results to elections, you will find that Illinois is actually pretty red except for Cook County (Chicago) and East St. Louis. I can easily see Illinois exacting a 'dead voter' revenge on Chicago by auditing all votes and moving to 'red state America'. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio could become part of the North Atlantic Union


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I guess I could see them loosing chicago with time, the county has already lost 200,000 minority population I guess mostly from the decade of obamacide homicides there.

 

Obamacide is the ethnic cleansing technologies you have to know how the satanist cult operates, law of opposites, so if they are chanting marxism that appeals to the ignorant means

 

they are depopulating the ignorant behind the curtain.


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