A Great Day in Texas, But We Need to Keep Going!

 

As many of you know I have been a supporter of the Texas Nationalist Movement or TEXIT.

The Secession of the State of Texas from this Corrupt Federal Trainwreck called FUSA (Former United States of America) is the only viable answer to our Great State’s Survival.

The recent news of the Texas GOP declaring Biden as an illegitimately elected President and declaring homosexuality as ABNORMAL and opposing ALL efforts to validate transgender identity is definitely a step in the right direction but we need to keep going and declare the TEXIT Vote the Official GOP Position!

It Time to SECEDE from this corrupt FUSA trainwreck in 2023 to ensure our Survival!

 

 

One Riot, One Ranger

One Riot, One Ranger

Historical essay by Hobo.

A lamentation for men of good cause.

2020 was a year in which destructive rioting for the sake of racial revenge and personal profit was all but explicitly sanctioned by the Federal Government.   Among the casualties were the Icons of America’s accomplished and explicitly White past.   One of the chief amongst these, in my humble opinion, was a statue known mostly in its own slice of Texas, a bronze work that was donated to the Dallas Love field Airport in 1961.  The statue is named after a famous anecdote of the exploits of Ranger Captain Bill McDonald of Company B and using Ranger Captain Jay Banks as the model.  The “One Riot, One Ranger” Statue wasn’t taken down by any enemy’s axes, saws, or picks as part of some event of fire and brimstone. It was quietly removed on June 4th, of 2020, following the publication of a compilation of historical racial grievances levied against the Rangers.  What was so offensive about this mound of metal? The model for the statue, Captain Jay Banks,  was posthumously convicted for the high crime of not being on the ever shifting “right side of history.”

In the year 1957, Little Rock, Arkansas saw it’s White children held at bayonet point, forced by the National Guard to integrate with a hostile tribe under orders of the sitting President Eisenhower through the invocation of the Insurrection Act. The results of this single decision ought to be marked as the real end of the “American Experiment”. What most Americans don’t realize however, is that this event was merely an echo: a retaliation for an incident that had taken place a year before.

1956, Texarkana, Texas.  The White majority of Texarkana Junior College decided to exercise their right and desire to freely and exclusively associate with their own tribe in defiance of the Federal Government’s overreach. A group of over 300 White students had gathered to the entrance of the School to prevent Black agitators from forcing themselves onto the student body. Governor Allan Shivers, sympathetic to the segregationist cause; deployed a Ranger Division lead by Captain Jay Banks to ensure the safety of students and prevent a riot. The Rangers acted with the utmost professionalism and refused to intervene on anyone’s behalf unless violence occurred. This was enough to have his personage retroactively condemned and the name of the Rangers called into jeopardy.

Some may say it was just a lump of bronze, but these Icons are the only link to the past that many of us have in our atomized age.   If nothing else, our Icons and the stories attached to them are our only window into the kind of world we want to live in.   The people we want to model ourselves on.

The men these statues are depicting have long since departed to their heavenly reward, but for those of us who remain, the ghosts still stand and their examples still guide. This is their power and why the System will always find an excuse to remove them.

See you, cowboy.

Know Your History: What Texas Can and Cannot Do

What Texas Can and Cannot Do

 

Been a lot of chatter about the legalities of Texas Secession.

This short article cut’s to the chase about that.

The bigger question that needs to be discussed is the overall sustainability (in particular the economic model) of an Independent Texas Republic.

I think the fact that OPEC would be quick to recognize our independence is interesting.

Don’t forget that Oil in Texas is a Big Deal and that currently two out of the four Strategic Petroleum Reserves are in Texas.

Not to mention countless oil and gas pipelines.

 

The Fleet that Saved Texas

A Really Cool Piece of Texas History!

Weapons and Warfare

The Texan sloop-of-war Austin.

Few realize it today, but the Texas Revolution started at sea, and it was at sea its hard-won independence was saved by the little-known Texas Navy.

On September 1, 1835, the armed merchantman San Felipe thwarted an attempted boarding by a Mexican war sloop. Aboard San Felipe were revolutionaries Stephen Austin and Don Lorenzo de Zavala. Their near escape from the Mexican navy made them realized that with Texas’ immense coastline and its reliance on maritime trade, war with Mexico would mean a war at sea. Texas needed a navy.

The Texas provisional government bought a 70-ton former privateer with four to six small guns and renamed her Liberty. Next came the Invincible, a former slave trader with six short-range carronades and a nine-pound swivel gun. Brutus, a 160-tonner armed with a long 18-pounder and nine short guns, followed. The last ship in the fledgling navy was the Independence. At about 170 tons…

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First it was Confederate History, Now Texas History Is Under Attack!

Don’t call the Alamo’s defenders ‘heroic,’ Texas school curriculum panel urges

 

So what are we supposed to call a group of  courageous volunteers who stood their ground to the death against a bunch of tyrannical mexicans?

Oh let me guess: Racist?

The problem with these type of people (liberal idiots) is they think history is something that can be changed or manipulated to fit the current liberal political climate. They figure if they can manipulate history they can influence future generations to be more like them: Spineless and “Multi-Cultural”.

Fat Chance.

Never forget: Political Correctness is nothing but Tyranny with Manners!

Long Live the Republic of Texas!

 

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!