Saturday, August 25, 2012

The Election

No.  Not this one.  This one is already over.  Think about what you need to do by 2016.

With Obama it's:  "what do you want?" - "SOCIALISM!!" - "when do you want it?" - "NOW!!!!!!"

With Romney it'll be:  "what do you want?" - "SOCIALISM!!" - "when do you want it?" - " a little while, I that okay?  While you're not looking?"

So which is worse; pure unadulterated, straight shooting totalitarianism by a sociopathic Tyrant, or soft tyranny by a former capitalist-turned-politican?

Don't get me wrong.  I am very conflicted on this.  In one scenario I see an Obama victory as a victory for the re-birth of Southern Independence....though I fear it will be a bloody one because he will not let the States go peacefully, just like his "hero" Lincoln.  He'll use drones, planes and other heavy artillery and wreak havoc on the citizenry of the South.  Even if the sons and daughters of the South who are currently serving in the federal military refuse to fire upon their own people, Obama will surely find willing volunteers in many of the Occupy/Black Panther/Organised Labour and other movements that are die hard supporters of his.  I don't fear so much for myself as I do my wife and children, and those who are weak and elderly as they will be easy targets for the empire's forces.

The other scenario holds a Romney victory.  While it may save the Union fiscally and financially, it will continue the the existence of the Yankee Empire.  The bull in the china closet, the world's bully.  I don't know whether Romney will cancel out Obamacare like he's promising....he may just neutralise it.  So, in my opinion, a Romney victory will slow the slide towards Sodom and Gomorrah.

As you look at a map of the continent, you will see that people who favour a more totalitarian (womb to tomb) government are in most major cities and in the northern part of North America (NA), while in the Southern and mid-Southwestern parts prefer a more republican style government.  So I ask, why the union? If a relationship goes bad, don't the participants (after trying to resolve the problems), resort to seperation, if not dissolution of the union/relationship?  Why can it not happen again?  Who says that Washington DC is the end all/be all?  Surely not even the US Constitution says that!!  So why do you sit there and live in fear of a entity that has no more power than what is spelled out on a piece of paper written over the course of 230 years?  Why are you giving them that power?  Look at yourself...then look at your community...then your state...then look at the US Constitution and decide whether you're better off with them or without.

I've made my choice.

Deo Vindice!


  1. This is something I have given thought about myself. I am a southern Catholic and I am convinced that secession is the way to go. The USA is falling into pure decadence. Why should Catholics fall with it? I say let the rest of the country deal with the problems they created for themselves - by themselves.

    1. I agree. My only fear about it is what I chronicled above.

  2. As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be in the coming of the Son of Man.