Will America awaken to the bitter truth that neither party of incorrigible crooks represents the common interests of liberty and justice in time to regain control of the Republic and true the course back from the brink of totalitarianism and forward towards the founders original goal of government for and by We the People or will the deliberate wrecking of the Republic continue unabated until no remnant of the great Republican experiment remains to salvage?
A NEW ERA
Vox Day argues U.S. citizens will eventually follow European example
Is the secession of several American states truly unthinkable? Is the breakup of the United States of America really outside the boundaries of historically reasonable possibility?
Some would point to the amount of time that has passed since the Civil War, when the question was last considered. It has been 147 years since Americans attempted to exert their right to self-determination and leave the United States. However, it has been 305 years since the Scottish Parliament passed the Union with England Act in 1707, and even if Scotland does not vote to break up the Union in the referendum tentatively scheduled for 2014, the fact that the Scottish people are seriously considering an exit from a Union that is twice as old as the forcible one imposed by Abraham Lincoln should suffice to prove that the age of the U.S. does not render a potential breakup theoretically or practically impossible.
This is especially true given that the English people and the Scottish people have far more in common than Americans do with the tens of millions of post-1965 immigrants from various non-European nations around the world, or their urban enablers. The fact that the future citizens of Aztlán are presently content to continue collecting tribute in the form of state and federal largesse does not mean that they will refrain from exerting the political muscle that their growing demographic weight provides them once the contracting economy brings the gravy train to an end.
It also seems unlikely that the millions of Americans who have moved away from declining school systems, who have retreated from an increasingly vibrant communities, and who have fled from high-tax jurisdictions will continue to retreat as the people who destroyed their schools, their communities and their state budgets attempt to follow them.
They will not because they cannot. The frontiers are closed. There is nowhere else to go.
And so, just as the Catalonians are learning to put their differences aside and show a united front to the central government in Spain, as the Scottish Tories and Labour voters have united together in pursuit of a free and independent Scotland, and as Britons of the working-class left and the libertarian right are realizing that a sovereign Britain is more important than any of the many issues that divide them, Americans will eventually do the same. This is why it doesn’t matter if one considers the birth of an American Independence Party to be desirable or not; it is inevitable.