Time to Break Apart the United States?

November 18, 2011, 12:00 pm

“The truth is that there is no compromise possible between Liberty and Tyranny.

We have irreconcilable differences with the Progressives, and every attempt to compromise with them, always results in an incremental loss of our Liberty, not to mention our income.  Perhaps it is time for a divorce.”

– Dave Hunter “Why Live in a Salad Bowl”

A little over two years ago I wrote an article in which I discussed the idea of letting the liberal elements in America go their way, and conservatives go theirs.  At the time I felt that it was not a good idea, and that maintaining the union was the best way to go, all things considered.  Link

Recently Dave Hunter sent me an article that he wrote on the topic, and after considering his proposals, I found myself thinking “You know, this may be the way to go after all — sort of a Red-state/Blue-state separation — an amicable separation, instead of a civil war.”

It is no news that the United States of America is a parody of the free republic that it was designed to be.  Our Godless, rudderless Ship of State has morphed into a ship of fools, mismanaged by a glib crew of brigands and cut-throats – barbarians in three-piece suits.  American culture is a moral wasteland that has exchanged restraint and virtue for gluttony and greed.

The infiltration, infestation, and indoctrination of America’s culture by elements inimical to decency, truth, and honor, has been going on for so long that a sizable percentage of the American public is, in effect, treasonous.  I do not consider them to be my fellow countrymen, or women.  I find listening to them a “fingers across a chalkboard” experience, and would just as soon live on a different planet, let alone in a different country.  Compare the typical OWS mob to the people found at your average Tea Party rally, and you will have an idea of the sort of ideological divide that I am talking about.  Link  Link

 I cannot begin to tell you how sick I am of the duplicity, phoniness, greed, and incessant whining of the liberal element in America.  I am more and more tempted every day to simply say “Fine — you can have your country to run, and we’ll have ours.”

As a model of what such a liberal utopia would look like, what better place to pick than someplace where the liberals have held the reins of power for decades, where the unions are king; where multiculturalism is the law of the land.  America has such a place — Detroit, Michigan.  I suggest that you check into the housing market in Detroit; check out the crime rate, drug use, corruption, graft, and all around general destruction of this once fine city.  Link  Link  Link  Link

From “Ruins of Detroit” collection at thecoolest.com

What the liberals have done to Detroit they do most everywhere that they go.  The only reason that each and every liberal enclave has not imploded under the weight of liberal stupidity, greed, and cupidity is the constant influx of revenue from the more conservative and responsible (and yes, honest) citizens in America.  These responsible citizens are not deemed forthright and upstanding by the liberals; they are considered reactionary chumps and suckers — rubes to be alternately stroked, flattered, used, and discarded as the situation warrants.

As I have mentioned before in my articles, either God exists, or God does not exist.  There is no half-way — God does not sort of exist,” or sort of not exist.  This being the case, someone is very, very far off track, and deluded to the point of mental derangement.  I should mention that the vast majority of atheists are liberal.

Seeing as how atheists are the ones who overwhelmingly tend to embrace such concepts and “realities” as relativism, chaos, nihilism, narcissism, polymorphous perversity, and moral ambiguity, there will be no awards given for correctly guessing who the deranged ones are here.  I do not honestly know if I have the stomach for any further “up close and personal” dealings with lunatic liberals anymore (there is no lunatic “fringe” — all liberals are insane to one degree or another.  At best they are myopically deluded and spiritually stunted).  Perhaps, as Dave Hunter says, a “divorce” would be best.

The patriots in the Revolutionary War at least had an ocean separating them from the main force of their enemy. “We the people” have no such luxury — our enemies are firmly entrenched among us, and they will not miraculously become freed from their anti-American globalism and other liberal notions as the result of a conservative win in 2012, should we be blessed with such a result.

The times call for bold and innovative reforms — thinking outside of the box.  The threats and troubles facing “we the people” are so dangerous, so numerous, and so multi-directional that radical conceptualizing must be the order of the day.

Some folks may say, wouldn’t it be less stressful to work within the system to change America?  Not necessarily.  In addition to a mass media, educational, and legal system that will need a massive attitude adjustment, there are any number of dug-in government bureaucrats, union leaders, and inside players who will fight tooth and nail to protect their various “kingdoms,” and meal tickets.  There are ideological zealots and indoctrinated crazies who will throw all manner of wrenches into the works, and an army of “legal eagles” who will practice unceasing lawfare against any changes being made to the status quo.

James Francis Byrnes

James Francis Byrnes (1882-1972) knew a thing or two about power — he served as both a Representative, and as a Senator in the US Congress, and was also an Associate Supreme Court Justice, the Secretary of State, and Governor of South Carolina.  As one who knew the lure and attraction of temporal power well, his words regarding the subject carry substantial gravitas: “Power intoxicates men.  It is never voluntarily surrendered.  It must be taken from them.”  (Italics added)  Link

All things considered, it might be more practical, and less cataclysmic, to separate America into liberal and conservative regions, than to attempt to fix a perhaps irreparably broken system.  Of course conservatives, who comprise a substantial majority of the population, would receive the vast bulk of the land in such an arrangement.  The details and particulars of the separation (referendums, etc.) can be worked out as the process moves along — but if such an undertaking is to be implemented, it should be undertaken soon.  Time is not on our side.

Separating from a tyrannical US government is in truth no more radical than what the colonial revolutionaries did when they separated from the British government.  Remember, they too had an enemy firmly entrenched in their country — Tories and British soldiers.  They, also, had a populace that contained a sizable element that was clueless and/or apathetic to what was going on around them.  I am not talking about covering totally new ground here.  This sort of thing has happened before — right here in the good ol’ US of A.

Of course there would be a plethora of problems surrounding a venture as drastic as cutting loose from Washington DC — but think of the benefits!  We could tell the liberals “Here — here is your own area — call it a state, a country, a utopia — call it what you will.  You can pay OPEC as much as you want for their oil.  Oh that’s right, you hate fossil fuels.  Your Muslim buddies won’t like that I suspect.”

“Heck, who cares, the thing is you can let in as many illegal foreigners as you want; invite all of Mexico to come if you like – Chinese, Muslims, whoever.  The more the merrier I say.  You can go back to nature and bang on drums to your heart’s content.  You can f–k your dog and marry a goat — it will be bliss.  You really should go — go now.  Oh, and you can leave any guns you might have with us – you will not have a need for such things any more, of course.  Ta ta.”

“We the people” on the other hand will set up a free republic under God that will promote personal freedom and free enterprise — capitalism will be respected and encouraged.  Energy independence will be a given, with new forms of energy welcomed as they become practical.  The environment will be conserved in a responsible manner, but humanity, not animals, will be the stewards of nature.  Rules of law will be cut back, but the laws that remain will be honored — the Decalogue, or Ten Commandments, will hold pride of place.

We have the blueprints for such an undertaking — the Declaration of Independence, US Constitution, and Bill of Rights — as I said before, this isn’t exactly untrodden ground.  The Founding Framers did it before us, and with God’s grace we can do it again.

One thing that any new republic will have a special need for, however, is a well defended border.  In short order people from the new liberal utopias will be clamoring at the gates for entrance — sure as the sun rises in the morning.

After mulling over the idea of separating America into conservative and liberal areas, what do I think?  To be honest I don’t know.  Although I would not (yet) call myself a proponent of dividing up and remaking the United States, I no longer dismiss the notion out of hand.  I’m thinking about it — seriously.

Laus Deo.


Born in June of 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jim O’Neill proudly served in the U.S. Navy from 1970-1974 in both UDT-21 (Underwater Demolition Team) and SEAL Team Two. A member of MENSA, he worked as a commercial diver in the waters off Scotland, India, and the United States. In 1998 while attending the University of South Florida as a journalism student, O’Neill won “First Place” in the “Carol Burnett/University of Hawaii AEJMC Research in Journalism Ethics Award.” The annual contest was set up by Carol Burnett with the money she won from successfully suing the National Enquirer for libel. Over the last few years, Jim has regularly written for Canada Free Press and now has a personal blog, ConstitutionalWrites.com.

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The People versus the Police

The People versus the Police

2011-10-31

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Following the East German Communists’ brutal crackdown on protesting workers in June 1953, Bertolt Brecht famously asked, “Would it not be easier…for the government to dissolve the people and elect another?” Across America, and in too many other countries, supposedly democratic leaders seem to be taking Brecht’s ironic question all too seriously.… read


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Sgt. Shamar Thomas on attack of Scott Olsen at Occupy Oakland

In Nashville and San Diego, occupiers were arrested by police in an effort, officials say, to insure safety. The cops there also confiscated personal belongings including donated food. Many believe this is an effort to dissolve the movement, but in Oakland the numbers have multiplied. The increase in protesters is a response to Scott Olsen. The American war vet was attacked by Oakland police which led to the Marine to be taken to the ER. Sergeant Shamar Thomas, Marine and Occupy Wall Street protester, sounds off on the latest about the movement.

 

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Staring Into The Abyss

Staring Into The Abyss

October 31, 2011 by


Staring Into The Abyss

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Occupy protesters set up a tent city at Freedom Plaza in Washington.

It’s the beginning of the end of the system as we know it.

There are alarms sounding all around us. Some people hear them. Most people don’t.

Certainly the political class — the statist warriors championing the “isms” (progressivism, socialism, Marxism, totalitarianism) that infest Washington — don’t hear them. Like the hear-no-evil and see-no-evil monkeys, their hands cover their ears and eyes. Not their mouths, though. Evil pours out in everything they say.

The Tea Party protests were about changing the system, but they were just early warning signs. In the beginning, before they were co-opted — some, not all — behind the scenes by the Republican establishment, they were strictly a grassroots movement that sprang up from a growing disgust at the players in Washington. This was in 2008, when Ron Paul supporters were chanting “End the Fed,” and in the first half of 2009, when they were occupying Washington, D.C., and shouting “Kill the Bill.”

As the slave masters in Washington pushed America toward a European-style socialism model of governance — particularly with the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), Obamacare and talks of cap-and-trade legislation — the proles rose up and their numbers swelled.

 

President Obama says the economy is improving—but take a look around. Unemployment is still at record highs… real estate is still at record lows… and banks are still failing across the country. What’s really going on? Don’t expect Uncle Sam to give you any answers.  The government has been distorting—and in many cases deliberately covering up—the seriousness of the situation to protect its own interests.

To get the truth about the financial crisis—and discover the simple steps you need to take in order to survive it—click here now.

The elites and their corporate media propaganda arm, mainstream media, used all of the dirty tricks they knew to cast the proles, also known as the American middle class — small business owners, farmers, retirees, retired military, housewives, blue collar workers — Tea Party participants, as ignorant, racist hatemongers.

It wasn’t true. Of course, there were some of those there, as there are in any crowd. But by far, the vast majority were simply salt-of-the-earth Americans — content to earn a living, run their businesses, raise their kids, tend their yards and give scarcely a thought about Washington, D.C., except as a possible vacation destination or every two to four years at election time. They rose up in protest only because they had finally had enough.

But the elites didn’t hear them, didn’t see them, didn’t heed them. When the issues were settled in Congress over their objections, Tea Partiers went home. They didn’t trash their capital. They didn’t destroy police cars. They didn’t clash with the police. They cleaned up behind themselves and left. They were content they had done all they could by protesting. It was time for step No. 2.

They got to work behind the scenes. Some decided to run for office. Some decided to back like-minded individuals who wanted to run. For more than a year, they worked; and the fruits of their labor ripened on November 2010.

A few ism-pushers from both parties were swept from office. Democrat, Republican, it didn’t matter. Tea Partiers suffered some losses, to be sure, but more victories.

There is still much to be done. The Federal Reserve — that illegal entity that is not Federal (owned or operated by the government) and doesn’t hold reserves — continues to benefit the banking cartel and the elected class to the detriment of the American citizen.

There are still many ism-pushers in Congress, on both sides of the aisle, and in the Judicial Branch. And, oh yes, the Marxist inhabiting the White House is in full campaign mode. He’ll say and do anything to get re-elected in order to continue his drive to “fundamentally transform” America.

And then there’s the Republican beauty contest. The proles are watching it with growing interest. The field is less stable than fluid — more like vaporous.

The proles, also known as the electorate, are desperate to find a candidate who represents their values. They tried Michele Bachmann for a time. Rick Perry was next. Now, it’s Herman Cain. They know it’s not Mitt Romney, the big government, Romneycare flip-flopper representing the Northeast liberal Republican establishment. But the bigwig banksters and party elites are backing him. No surprise there. He’s one of them.

The MSM continue to denigrate, dismiss and black out Ron Paul. Paul is the guy who shares their values, though most can’t get past their ingrained prejudices to see it. The elites know his message of liberty, small government and sound monetary policy will resonate with those who pay more than passing attention. That is, people who can turn off “American Idol,” “Survivor” and “Monday Night Football” long enough to actually study who the candidates are and what they stand for beyond a 30-second sound bite.

The Occupy movement — whether it’s Wall Street, Chicago, Oakland or Atlanta — is another sign of what’s coming. Though most seem to be a misguided lot of misfits – seeking a system of strong socialism or even Marxism — their message of class warfare is resonating with many people.

But just as the Republican establishment tried to take over the Tea Party movement, the Democratic establishment is seeking to co-opt the Occupy movement. George Soros, the big unions, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama all see it as way to push their class-warfare agenda and achieve their socialist/Marxist utopia. The Obama State Department has also injected one of its activists into the movement. Ahmed Maher, who was funded by the State Department to coordinate the Egypt uprising, is now giving advice to the Occupy Wall Street group.

The right continues to cast aspersions at the Occupy movement, telling the Occupiers to “get a job.” If only it were that simple.

True unemployment stands between 16 percent and 20 percent. For blacks it’s even higher. Almost half of all black youths are unemployed. Government regulation, tax breaks encouraging businesses to move facilities and money out of the country and the uncertainties created by Obamacare, Dodd-Frank and other government overreach are keeping those numbers high.

The Tea Party groups were on to something in 2008 and 2009. They wanted to reign in government spending and government overreach. They are trying to do it through the system by influencing elections. There has been moderate success in that arena. The rank-and-file Tea Partiers are those who still believe in the system and will work within the rules to try and change it through elections. It’s almost too late for that… maybe it is too late.

The Occupy movement is on to something as well. They blame Wall Street for their troubles. Wall Street and the banksters share the blame, but, in truth, corporatocracy and the Federal Reserve are the roots of the problem and the problem must be dealt with root and branch. But the Occupy bunch remain trapped in the left/right paradigm and attack only those they view as on the right of the political spectrum and give a pass to those on the left.

In my book, Robbed Blind! Who’s Really to Blame for America’s Economic Crisis?, I explained how the Federal government stepped in and stopped State investigations seeking to reign in the fraudulent loan practices before the collapse in the Fall of 2008:


Instead of helping the States pursue those who were making fraudulent loans, both the OTS [Office of Thrift Supervision] and the OCC [Office of the Comptroller of the Currency] put out new rules that prohibited the States from enforcing rules that would slow down the fraudulent deals being made by the nationally chartered thrifts and banks. As a matter of fact, Julie Williams, who was chief counsel of the OCC, attended a meeting where she lectured States’ attorneys general against trying to control the fraud. She said the OCC would “quash” them if they kept on trying to go after the banks and thrifts.

When the FCIC [Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission] looked into these allegations, two former OCC comptrollers, John Hawke and John Dugan defended their actions by claiming they were, “defending the agency’s constitutional obligation to block state efforts to impinge on federally-created entities.”

But [Illinois Attorney General Lisa] Madigan told the FCIC that the OCC was, “particularly zealous in its efforts to thwart state authority over national lenders, and lax in its effort to protect consumers from the coming crisis.”


Even the U.S. Supreme Court got into the act of enabling the banksters. In 2003, the now-defunct Wachovia Bank told Michigan regulators it would not obey State laws because, as a national bank under the supervision of the OCC, it didn’t have to. When Michigan objected, Wachovia sued.

When the case finally wound its way to the Supreme Court four years later, the Court ruled 5-3 in favor of Wachovia. It turned out to be a hollow victory. Wachovia was soon swallowed up by Wells Fargo and the “too-big-to-fails” grew bigger.

The system, geared as it is to benefit the top 1 percent, is on an unsustainable path. The price of gold is one chapter of the story. The rise of the Tea Party is another chapter. The rise of the Occupy movement is another.

High unemployment, unprecedented government spending and money creation, the growing disparity between the haves and have-nots, class warfare angst ginned up by the political class, inflation: These are the danger signals.

In a few years, the system will be different. Just exactly what it will look like depends on who wins: the Tea Party, the Occupiers, the banksters or some other as-yet unseen entity. We are staring into an abyss of chaos and destruction. Beware and be wary!

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