AMERIKA: ‘Secession Is Inevitable’, It’s About When, Not If


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  • “…The answer lies not in doubling down on political unity, maintained through endless violence or threats of violence. Rather, the answer lies in peaceful separation through expanded self-determination, regional autonomy, confederation, and consensus. The choice we now face is between a rearguard attempt at preserving political unity “forever” and facing the inevitable reality. On one side, there are the unionists with their devotion to the status quo and their colonialist mindset. On the other side are those who seek to temper the power of the central state and pursue local self-determination. The centralizers are on the wrong side and will ultimately be on the losing side as well”

Secession Is Inevitable. It’s about When, Not If

By Ryan McMaken

(Above Image Added By SM)

Never is a very, very long time in politics. Yet whenever the topic of secession or so-called national divorce comes up, how often…

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Secession, successful and unsuccessful, has a long history in the U.S. The U.S. itself, after all, separated from Great Britain.

Vermont separated from New Hampshire, New York and Quebec, Maine separated from Massachusetts, and the Republic of Texas separated from Mexico and joined the United States on terms that arguably allowed Texas to divide itself into five smaller states looking something like this:






If at First You Don’t Secede, Try Try Again!

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“More and more, rural white Americans are discussing it.

They want to break free from the control of leftists who dominate states from “urban areas.”

Movements have arisen in California, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Texas, and Virginia.”


Things like this give this old Proud Southern White Boy HOPE!


Operation Northwoods

Operation Northwoods


“You can understand history, or you can trust the government – but you can’t do both.

This is a statement that Southerners have understood for more than a century. Those that have served the American Empire in its futile military escapades are usually in tune with this sentiment. Of course, I don’t trust the government. I was the government. As the popular insurance slogan goes, “I know a thing or two because I’ve seen a thing or two.” It’s a common quote that veterans will rattle off when they’re asked about their faith in the government. We all know the victors write the narrative and usually the highlighted or “justifiable” reason for any endeavor that took place is less than truthful. Usually, the righteousness of any imperial campaign is only a sliver of the reason, or completely made up, as to why the Empire’s involvement was even necessary. Most of the deployments to the Balkans (former Yugoslavia) had more to do with failed CIA operations than any sort of humanitarian reason. The article by a Kentuckian in Kosovo is a good example of what happens when the Empire interferes in the affairs of others.

What used to be considered a “tin foil hat” mindset has become more and more a reality. I was recently reminded of Operation Northwoods that was released to the public in 1997, where the CIA suggested creating terrorist attacks inside the United States and blaming them on Cuba. The purpose was to galvanize the country – instead of the Feds trying to sell a war with Cuba to the American people, the people would demand it.”