Arizona Challenges The Voting Rights Act!

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Which American state will strike the first blow for freedom from BRA’s Union?

It was South Carolina last time around. The spirit of Charleston seized control of the Palmetto State and became the Spirit of the South in ’61.

The demographic eclipse of White America is felt most viscerally in the Southwest for many reasons. The dictator Barack Hussein Obama has made it plainly clear through his executive orders that the U.S./Mexican border is being deliberately neglected by Washington establishment which is subservient to the National Council of La Raza.

Barack Hussein Obama has forced Arizona and Texas to choose between being overwhelmed by a Mexican invasion like California or embarking on the path to disunion.

Arizona knows it has plenty of allies in Dixie now that Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina have joined the bandwagon. In 1861, it took the cooperative action of three states (South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi) to dissolve Lincoln’s Union and a big state (Virginia) to make the War Between the States a knife fight to the death.

It only took one state to strike the first blow and force every other state to choose sides: South Carolina.

Let’s use our imagination: because of the stubborn refusal of Washington to secure the border, Arizona has lately revived John C. Calhoun’s old doctrines of nullification and states’ rights. Where is this all going?

The ultimate logic of states’ rights is that the people of every state who are organized in a state convention possess absolute sovereignty. Historically speaking, it was the people of the states that created the Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution by delegating powers to the federal government and reserving to themselves sovereignty.

If the people of the states are sovereign, not the federal government in Washington, then the states can withdraw from the federal government anytime they wish to do so. North Carolina and Rhode Island were never coerced to join the Union under the U.S. Constitution.

The latest headline: Ariz. sues feds over Voting Rights Act

The state of Arizona filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the federal government’s authority to enforce part of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, becoming the first state to challenge the constitutionality of sections of the federal law that bars states from denying or limiting a person’s right to vote based on their race or color.

Who do you suppose will throw down the gauntlet before Washington this time around? Any remaining doubts? 150 years after Fort Sumter the South is rising again!

The huzzah across the Sunbelt was heard from South California to South Carolina! Down with the tyrant Obama!


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10 Comments

  1. The “Stone of Hope” statue of Dr. King was sculpted in China by a Chinese sculptor out of Chinese granite and shipped to the United States where it was assembled by Chinese workers.

    Chinese sculptor Lei Yixin was selected by the King memorial people, and Lei worked from scores of photographs of King. Lei is famous in China for his work, especially his statue of Mao Zedong.

    But some critics have asked a pretty basic question: Was there no American sculptor, especially an African-American sculptor, who was capable of sculpting a statue of Dr. King?

    Apparently not, at least according to the people who did the selection. What’s more, even though hundreds of thousands of experienced – – and unionized – – American construction workers are currently unemployed, did we really need to bring in workers from China to put the sculpture together?

  2. We can’t do Mount Rushmore in BRA anymore in the 21st century. In fact, we can’t even go to space anymore, much less to Luna or Mars!

    Yes, Edward Jackson Jr., the executive architect of the project, recently told Courtland Milloy of the Washington Post. “Not only did we need an artist, we needed someone with the means and methods of putting those large stones together,” Jackson said. “We don’t do this in America. We don’t handle stones of this size.”

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0811/62091.html#ixzz1WB8ilmsj

  3. The union rep took a Chinese-speaking translator along and he asked one of the laborers why the men would work without pay.

    “ ‘Because they are working for ‘national honor,’ ” the worker said. “ ‘To bring glory to the Chinese people.’ ”i

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    Mr. Perry’s now-famous gaffes, for which he’s been roundly criticized, are said to suggest an infelicity of language. But they look more like poor judgement. On Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke: “If this guy prints more money between now and the election, I dunno what y’all would do to him in Iowa, but we would treat him pretty ugly down in Texas. Printing more money to play politics at this particular time in American history is almost treasonous in my opinion.” On the subject 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.” On President Obama’s patriotism—in response to a question from this newspaper’s Danny Yadron, who asked Mr. Perry if he was suggesting that Mr. Obama didn’t love this country: ‘I dunno, you need to ask him.'” On Mr. Obama’s lack of military service: “The president had the opportunity to serve his country I’m sure, at some time, and he made the decision that that wasn’t what he wanted to do.”

  5. A state referendum can be passed on these topics with a secession trigger. Say a referendum that the state will not register any births to illegals. Trigger clause:

    If a federal court overturns this provision, then 90 days afterwards the state shall be deemed to have seceded from the United States and to be an independent country.

    If a decision to overturn is stayed by a higher court within the 90 day period, then starting at the 90 days point, secession shall be held likewise. During such period, all federal taxes including Social Security and Medicare shall be held by the state pending the determination. At the point at which the overturning is reinstated, secession shall take place immediately.

    If a court overturn the withholding of taxes by the state during a period of stay by the federal courts of the original issue of this act, secession shall become effective immediately and the withholding continue.

  6. I really dig that Arizona flag design. Yeah, I get the whole ‘Confederate’ twist on it, but still… The idea captures the imagination; white people taking their own destiny and that of their respective homelands into their own hands.

    Maybe it’s just this atmosphere where secession and revolution are on white peoples hearts and lips, or, maybe the winds of change truly are building strength, but I find myself ste to the task of designing a new flag for my own region, as well. I was always fond of the flag of Detroit, but having learned that it was designed by a jew named David Heineman, I now have mixed feelings towards it. So we’ll see how things play out.

  7. I believe it was the anti-racist Steven Lemons down there who made it … to attack Arizona for being like the Confederacy. In the 1860s, Arizona was a territory that was claimed by the CSA.

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