District of Corruption
It seems that every day now provides fresh evidence that the Union is our misfortune: Obama’s DREAM Act executive order, the Supreme Court stripping Arizona of state sovereignty, the Obama administration’s announcement that it will discontinue enforcing immigration laws, etc.
Obama has refused to uphold the Defense of Marriage Act, he endorsed gay marriage, we even have gay pride events at the Pentagon now.
If the Union did not exist, none of this would be happening. Among other things, we also have the Union to thank for the Immigration Act of 1965, the Voting Rights Act, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
What’s standing between us and total destruction within the Union? Nothing but Mitt Romney. An unreliable, unprincipled, flip flopping Northeastern Republican liberal. A “businessman” who wants to be president.
BTW, what happened to all the crooks and swindlers on Wall Street who torpedoed the U.S economy? Did Eric “My People” Holder ever sue them? They got a $7.7 trillion dollar bailout by taxpayers!
If Thomas Jefferson had sat down to write a novel about a dystopian nightmare future of a totally consolidated and tyrannical central government, there is no way he could have topped this.
No one could have imagined that White people would become so degraded by the 21st century that they would work themselves to death to pay taxes to Washington to subsidize millions of idle negroes on the EBT card. The Black Undertow riots in convenience stores and department stores and makes our cities uninhabitable. That’s not even on the table as a “mainstream” issue.
Well, almost no one …
“They published a special broadside as “A Farewell to the Subcribers of the Charleston Mercury.” Though the son signed the statement, in fact his father wrote it for him, and it echoed all of the elder Rhett’s ideas and spirit.
The South now lived under a despotism of consolidation, the states and their sovereignty abused by Washington. With universal male suffrage it would only get worse. “Swelling the multitude of voters” would not make liberty but be its downfall, while the military Reconstruction now in place attempting “to put the half-savage negro over the civilized Caucasian, may not be forgotten or forgiven.” History would remember it as an act of abject hatred and bigotry. The South, a more tolerant and congenial region, did not like change and revered the past, while the North, “fond of novelties, misnamed “progress,” was the slave of its own dogmatism.
“There is no ground for forgetfulness – no possibility of forgiveness, with these black, moving memorials of our wrongs, polluting our sight, crossing us in all walks of life, and vaunting their consequence as the tools of our tyrants,” the newspaper’s “Farewell” concluded as it condemned “a despotism of vagrant white men, and ignorant, filthy negroes.” Even Kentucky was now feeling the heel of Reconstruction, her sympathy with the other Southern states greater than ever before, and a spirit of resistance was growing throughout the old Confederacy, refueling “the hatred and regional unity that will one day regain Southern freedom and power in national counsels.” The Union was destined to fall apart from its own corruption one day, and then “the people of the Southern states will be a free and great people.”
“Grant won the election, of course, which convinced Rhett now more than ever that, “the blessings of Free Government can only be obtained by the Southern people ruling themselves.” All of the governmental offices in the South were filled with corrupt Republican partisans, he believed … He wanted to see in the region a Southern party condemning the old Constitution, with its now perverting amendments proscribing former Confederates from holding office while giving the right to vote to the blacks, and instead organizing Southern power for a day of deliverance. They should stop submitting voluntarily to Reconstruction laws…
The South would rise again, not just to achieve its own independence but to save free government and political liberty for the world. They had but to will it to see it accomplished. For this reason among others he would never be one of the thousands taking an oath of allegiance and seeking the return of his full civil liberties.”
“There never had been and never would be a people of the United States, but rather two distinct peoples, Northern and Southern. Democracy existed only in the states themselves and not in the national government. The Union had no sovereignty, republican free government was dead in America, and despotism reigned.
When the South fell, so did that free government that he always capitalized …
All his life Robert Barnwell Rhett had seen a “yonder star” that others would not see, and his dream had died. Yet to the end he expected that those who followed him would one day see his vision anew and take up his cause to make it a reality. The South would rise again, and it would be free and independent and dedicated to principles that would vindicate him and his struggle.”
Obama is the ultimate, black moving memorial of our wrongs.
There is only one solution to the problem: disunion. This is happening for a reason. The people who support the status quo and who are driving our racial and cultural decline are not a random cross section of the population. Specifically, it is the Northeast and the West Coast that are indisputably in the driver’s seat, who are pulling the entire country along behind them.
OD is the only racialist website that identifies the Union as the problem. Cut the umbilical cord between Dixie and Washington and the decline grinds to a halt. It will even go into reverse as we develop laws and cultural norms more congenial to our own national character.