Thursday, March 29, 2012

Alex Jones talks Texas secession



Here are two other Texans who acknowledge the growing sentiment of secession:

"We've got a great union. There's absolutely no reason to dissolve it. But if Washington continues to thumb their nose at the American people, you know, who knows what might come out of that. But Texas is a very unique place, and we're a pretty independent lot to boot." Rick Perry, governor.

"Secession is back as an issue in politics." Edward Sebesta, author.

10 comments:

PalmettoPatriot said...

We have an awful Union. Let's be frank. There is every reason to dissolve it. It was a bad idea from the beginning and has proven itself to be a disaster for Southerners and many other ethnic/cultural groups. It should be eliminated as quickly as possible.

Brock Townsend said...

Edward Sebesta, author.

Author? You're being awfully generous today.:)

Old Rebel said...

PalmettoPatriot,

It's already in Death Spiral.

Old Rebel said...

Brock Townsend,

We should recognize great talent when we see it.

Anonymous said...

Now if more people will start doing something instead of just wishing for it!!!

Anonymous said...

This may be due to my half-Yankee roots, and I understand that the following is contrary to the stated goals of the LS...

But I would much rather preserve the Old Union and simply cast out D.C. along with the Seven Sister states (Calif, N.Y., N.J., Illinois (Northern), Mass, R.I., and Md. (Eastern).

If we remember before The War, it was mostly Massachusetts, the radical abolitionists, and the Red Republicans and their corporate interests that bestirred the sectional and cultural strife that was the cause of the costly conflict.

"Cast out the scorner, and contention shall go out; yea, strife and reproach shall cease." -- Proverbs 22:10

Mark Slater, the Colorado Confederate

ARGYLL said...

Texas Nationalist Movement.com

Anonymous said...

Mr Slater while I understand your sentiments. Lincoln failed to carry New Jersey in 1864,and New Jersey rescinded it adoption of the 14th Amendment Today NJ is rather like the country at large we are dominated by the northeast portion of the State plus the capital area. Large parts of the State are quite rural in nature,If you travel in the southern portions of the State you be surprised how many battle flags you would see flying. Rick Taylor from the Jersey Shore

Anonymous said...

Greetings, Mr. Taylor, and thank you for that information.

This underscores what I believe would be the difficulty in secession. There does exist many patriotic and freedom-loving honest Northerners, while (sadly) too many in the South are sell-outs, scallywags, and low-class slime.

Even God's holy angels cannot separate the wheat from the tares growing up together.

I have California friends who say much the same thing about their homeland as you have about The Garden State.

Mark Slater, the Colorado Confederate

Anonymous said...

Im from Missouri and i support secession 100 percent.Its what our Founding Fathers did to do away with their tyrant,King George the Third.I say its time to do away our present tyrants in D.C. just the our Founding Fathers got rid of theirs.