“The Union must be dissolved under its present course of administration. It requires no conspiracy to destroy – no exertion on our part to drag it to its dissolution. It goes down with the inevitable weight of its own gravitation, into that dark abyss of anarchy and ruin, where all tyrannies have fallen.”
“Be prepared to meet all the usual troubles and sacrifices of revolutions. For thirty-two years, have I followed the quarry. Behold! it at last, in sight! A few more bounds, and it falls – the Union falls; and with it falls, its faithless oppressions – its insulting agitations – its vulgar tyrannies and fanaticism. The bugle blast of our victory and redemption is on the wind; and the South will be safe and free.”
Robert Barnwell Rhett
Keep your eyes on the prize.
As disappointing as the Dump presidency was for us, it was a necessary learning experience and stepping stone for normies who were not as radical as us. In retrospect, those people really have traveled a long way over the past decade. They will eventually catch up with us.
“Red-state Donald Trump voters are now more likely to say they’d be personally “better off” (33%) than “worse off” (29%) if their state seceded from the U.S. and “became an independent country,” according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll.
It’s a striking rejection of national unity that dramatizes the growing culture war between Democratic- and Republican-controlled states on core issues such as guns, abortion and democracy itself. And an even larger share of red-state Trump voters say their state as a whole would be better off (35%) rather than worse off (30%) if it left the U.S. …
Nearly half of Biden voters (48%) say they’ve “considered moving to a different country because of politics.” And nearly 6 in 10 blue-state Trump voters say they’ve considered moving to another state for the same reason …”
Yes, I am sure they will vote for him again.
We will probably go through that all over again only to reach the same result. We’re not going to lose patience and go out and repeat the mistake of Charlottesville again though. It is better to quietly bide our time and sow and cultivate the seeds of independence. Our people are radicalizing on their own schedule. We don’t have to go out and “do something” with Joe Biden in the White House.
As long as the Union exists, this country will continue to swirl down the drain. It can’t be saved. Either our side triumphs or the other side triumphs. Either way, there is going to be an inevitable reckoning which will resolve the issue for better or worse. This can’t go on forever. Both sides will continue to radicalize until a spark comes that ignites a collision.