Thursday, January 9, 2014

The Constitutional Secessionist

You might be wondering just what a Constitutional Secessionist might be? Well it isn't someone who thinks Secession is Constitutional although it might be depending on who you believe.

At first glance many may think the two ideologies of Secession and Constitutional government are slightly opposed to each other and I am sure in many ways they are but here's the problem....

By today's standards we are living in between these two ideologies anyway.

Let's face it folks the very idea of a Constitutional Republic is dead. Once the US morphed into a Democracy we were no longer a Republic. Yes it is that cut and dry and from that moment on the Constitution was under attack and began failing.

Oh the party continued for some time mind you. It took many a year to import enough new voters to turn the tide. Besides when we first became a Democracy there was still a sizable amount of territory yet to be claimed and land/prospects to be exploited.  Had we put a stop to the continued mass migration we may have had a chance and the party may have continued but all that is water under the bridge now.

In point of fact the Constitution is no longer the shield it was designed to be because the fundamental mechanics it was based and built on are no longer around. Senators are not chosen as they were meant to be which therefore means Judges are also not approved as they were meant to be along with treaties and pretty much all legislation. It all started when we allowed the Democracy to creep in and voters who did not have skin in the game have a say.

What we have is a house that has had the foundation purposefully damaged under it and the only way to repair the damage is to tear down the house and rebuild it from the foundation up once again.

The bright spot is that there are large sections of the house that are relatively undamaged or easily salvaged but only if they are removed from the rot can they be saved.  Hence the Secession part of the philosophy.

Make no mistake Mob Rule Democracy will consume the entire house eventually and unless those areas that are still viable and repairable realize their only chance of survival is to detach themselves from the parts that are failing it will fall apart. The voters have finally figured out they can vote themselves money and they have been doing it for years.

The time is here when everyone will have to decide if they are going to fight for their very survival or continue to give until they go quietly into the night. Only through a breaking can the true union be repaired.

Keep Prepping Everyone!!!


  1. You need a handful of leaders and some great event to serve as a catalyst for a revolution. Both are hard to come by.

  2. Could not agree more. I have been mulling over the very same thing this week. We are truly rapidly separating into two different ideological bases. It really would be best for all concerned if we just went our separate ways.

  3. I can't argue with your premise or conclusions. We're already two completely separate peoples, with no common ground. Time to cut the cord.

  4. I can't argue with your premise, that is exactly how we got here. However the solution leaves much to be desired. We have been unbelievably blessed by geography and devine providence. In North America we have three countries, two of roughly equal power, one wealthier and more competent, the other more populous, but of relatively equal power. However, they are seperated by the third county whose power dwarfs the other two and that keeps the peace.

    If the south had of won independence in the 1860's how many 20th century wars would have been fought in North America? What kind of strange alliances would Canada, the USA, the CSA, and Mexico have made. It seems likely that we would have faced the same types of problems that plagued Europe.

    In the face of declining energy, and declining wealth. It still isn't a good ideal. After all the declining wealth couldn't possibly be our fault, the only thing more ludicrous would be to think it's our politicians fault. It's obviously those sorry suckers that stole all the good land.


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  6. I don't think there is much choice left, what happens will be forced on us by the failure that they started. Too much population that needs growth to be sustained and the growth can't happen as it takes cheap energy, the great experiment is winding down.

  7. Civil War Redux. Only this time, the secessionists win. I hope.

  8. What we have at the moment is no doubt a mess. A lot of the problems with the large populist states seems to have come about with the modern communications revolution in the late 19th to 20th century. Demagoguery is not only used by fascist dictators.

    On a tangent, being within the territory of one group of secessionists (they weren't really the first, but they were the first to create a big fight), I am always a little surprised that they get so much unqualified support from some quarters. In North Carolina, and in the South in general, it was far from the unified patriotic fight for State rights that is portrayed. It was about as messy as the Northern politics of the time, and I suspect that many modern folks would not have thought much of either society if they had to live in it - unless they had a lot of money/property.


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