Sunday, December 13, 2020

Someone Needed To Say It

Trump is soon going to be gone. SCOTUS isn't going to save us and there is no kraken. Instead of putting him on trial, the Deep State is going to do something far worse: ignore him and pretend he never existed. As soon as he is a private citizen, Twitter and Facebook will find some reason to shut down his accounts and poof, he will disappear. His four years in office will be barely a blip on the radar, a forgotten incident in the gloablist march to undo all that Western civilization has accomplished. It isn't hard to imagine that his presidency will be erased from history books, leaving a blank where 2017-2020 should be, perhaps with some ominous warnings about a past era of White supremacy.

It has been clear for some time that there isn't a political solution to what is happening. We aren't going to be able to tinker with the GOP's messaging and get that long promised and never delivered black and mestizo "natural conservative" vote. Way back in the first month after Trump's inauguration, I was saying that it was time to dissolve the union and go our separate ways. In the last few months, this idea is gaining a lot of traction. Before the election, some leftist run states were talking about secession if Trump won re-election and now that it appears that the Left is going to succeed in stealing the 2020 election, more right-leaning states are talking about going their own way.

One of the things I have been saying is necessary is for a more mainstream leader with some gravitas to start talking about this issue. While most "conservatives" are jockeying for position to be the next GOP candidate to lose a presidential election and Trump is a spent force, one significant name has said what needed to be said....


“Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the Constitution.” 

Allen West is a very popular figure in the right. He was on the board of the NRA, is a retired Army lieutenant colonel with a Bronze Star and other commendations and was a one term congressman. West is 59 which makes him relatively young by political standards. 

As the article notes, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh has also started to talk about secession. 

“I actually think — and I’ve referenced this, I’ve alluded to this a couple of times because I’ve seen others allude to this — I actually think that we’re trending toward secession,” Limbaugh said on his show Wednesday, according to MediaMatters.org.

“It can’t go on this way," he continued. "There cannot be a peaceful coexistence of two completely different theories of life, theories of government, theories of how we manage our affairs. We can’t be in this dire a conflict without something giving somewhere along the way.”

Hopefully this will pick up speed because peacefully dissolving the political binds that "unite" us is the only way forward that I see that would not involve bloodshed. What has been missing are leaders with some national standing to get this conversation rolling. A lone crank like me on the interwebs isn't going to get it done. Rush and Allen West talking about it? That might gain some steam.

Very little remains to unify the people who live under the political bounds of the United States of America. It is time to break up before we come apart.

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