. . . of secession, that is. Since Pat Buchanan has spoken kindly of disunion and separation just recently (https://buchanan.org/blog/will-the-coronavirus-kill-the-new-world-order-138281), we thought we’d add a few words as well in the Southern context.
We say that Dixie ought not to be afraid of leaving the Union behind, as some of her forebears - Northern Ireland and Scotland in particular - are even now making serious moves in order to leave the French Norman-imposed union with England (i.e., the United Kingdom):
Furthermore, Dr Joseph Farrell has spoken recently about developments in the Yankee-imposed American Union that portend its breakup:
Related to all this is a look at libertarian hero Murray Rothbard’s view of the Constitution of 1787. His conclusion: It was a bloodless coup that replaced the free and independent States and the decentralized Articles of Confederation and replaced them with an all-powerful central government:
Thomas diLorenzo shares some related thoughts, too:
It is better for Dixie, the West Coast, New England, etc., to be good neighbors voluntarily than forced to be ‘American brothers’ by force.
Another essay out there echoing Pat Buchanan that coronavirus = political disunion:
Holy Ælfred the Great, King of England, South Patron, pray for us sinners at the Souð, unworthy though we are!
Anathema to the Union!