Friday, August 9, 2019

Plain Folk and Secession

In an encouraging sign, secession is being talked about seriously by a mainstream news site in an interview with a rural Pennsylvanian named Chris:

We don’t agree with all of his views, particularly that a post-[u.] S. South would be a bad place for black folks to live.  Prof Brion McClanahan dealt with that issue briefly here:

That said, a conversation about secession couldn’t come at a better time, as political opponents in the States are nearing each other’s throats:

There is no need to try to hold the union together if the peoples of the various States no longer want one another’s company.  That was the tragedy of Lincoln’s War:  He tried to hold two different and diverging cultures together by force of arms.  The superficial peace he and his successors created by burning the South to ashes, looting what was left, and then having Yankee culture run rough-shod over everyone (in the South and the West) is now coming to an end.  Let us not make the same mistake this time; we ought to let those who want to leave the union do so peacefully and with all goodwill.

And with the American Deep State Elite breaking up into factions, now might be as good a time as any for secession (since there is less likely to be a common, united will to crush the efforts of a State or States to leave the union):


Holy Ælfred the Great, King of England, South Patron, pray for us sinners at the Souð, unworthy though we are!

Anathema to the Union!

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