U.S. District Court Judge Richard Gergel has blocked South Carolina’s immigration law.
This was entirely expected. Gergel was appointed by Barack Hussein Obama. South Carolina was sued by the Justice Department, ACLU, SPLC, MALDEF, and 16 Latin American countries.
“No credible national sovereign can allow an individual state to embark on an independent immigration policy,” wrote the judge, who heard oral arguments in the case in Charleston, South Carolina, on Monday.”
In Gergel’s worldview, sovereignty rests in the federal government in Washington (i.e., the political class gathered there), not in the people or the states. The latest Gallup poll shows that 64 percent of Americans believe that “big government” is the biggest threat to the country. In 1965, 29 percent of Americans considered “big government” the biggest threat to their freedom.
Instead of rehearsing the case for secession, I will simply observe that this ruling proves that the federal government (which sided with Mexico over South Carolina) has been perverted into an oppressive instrument of tyranny that is clearly destructive of our rights and security, and that it has failed to discharge its constitutional obligations and lacks legitimacy and is unworthy of our allegiance.
In 1868, 130 Whites in South Carolina and 68,876 African-Americans voted for a convention that would adopt a new state constitution and ratify the 14th Amendment as a condition for rejoining the United States. South Carolina was illegally readmitted to the Union without the support of the White electorate on July 9, 1868.
“This organization, this Union, is de facto, a contractor, which charged a lot of money and did not perform according to contract: the borders are porous and not protected, the post office is broke and the scoundrels in the Federal government turned US dollar into toilet paper. If Jan Brewer were to hold a referundum and let her citizens know, that they work four months every year to pay for the federal government and get nothing in return, they will overwhelming vote to get out of the union, not work for four months in a year to pay federal taxes, but to work only one or two months in a year for the state taxees, the citizens of Arizona will overwhelmingly vote to get out of the union and let the state government perform all the functions. . .
Just calling the referendum in one state, like the state of AZ, would send chills down the spines of the scoundrels in the federal government. They will know, that one state seceding from the union, will create an avalanche of seceding states. Those states might form one new union or several unions, but one important thing, is that the scoundrels in Washington will be out of work. We have seen such corrupt unions dismantling. Soviet Union came apart, so did Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia. People and individual states can chose to dismantle a union and build a new union, if the government in the old union became too bloated and corrupt. I do not know, if we will need to go as far as dismantling the union, but just calling a referendum would be a good start to send a message.
Please, let’s start a petition to the governor of AZ to schedule a referendum. I need volunteers to help me with this petition.”
Update: In an unrelated matter, SBPDL explains why we are not supporting Ron Paul in the 2012 election. Libertarianism is a species of radical liberalism that has little to do with the traditional Southern republican ideal of liberty which acknowledged the existence of racial differences.