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    Texas is actually getting close to secession

    Texas talks about it a lot, but it seems serious this time. A Texas County Commissioner's Court is trying to get secession on the 2023 General Election Ballot. Read through the comments section of this article. Those Texans seem to feel pretty strongly about this. We all know that there are going to be some pretty big changes in the not so distant future.

    https://www.breitbart.com/border/202...sion-from-usa/

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    Good luck with that.

    We are talking about a state that as recently as a couple years ago couldn't even handle winterizing their power grid.

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    A big problem in civilized societies is, of course, niggers. If Texas secedes, I would hope they deport all the niggers along with the illegal aliens to New York and D.C.

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    I don't blame them one bit. Texas is arguably the only state in the union with legal standing to secede because they joined by treaty. They also have the option to split into 3 states as part of the original agreement.

    Leaving would be the only way that Texas could ever possible save itself from the border nigger crisis. Once they declare their independence, they would have their own powers of enforcement and deportation. In doing so, they could win the support of many other states affected by illegals. The US needs Texas while Texas does NOT need the US. They have their own power grid and, free of DC's thuggery politics, they could power themselves by whatever means they choose, selling the excess to the highest bidder. They have every natural resource, especially oil that they need to be an independent nation free of any federal hassle. They have their own ports for trade. These are only a few in a long list.

    They have every reason to leave and only one reason to stay - the threat of civil war. This has been brewing for some time and is the very reason that the Obammy admin removed most all combat helicopters from their Air National Guard to prevent them from stopping a ground assault. They have been trying to hobble Texas for years now because they knew this trouble was brewing. They also know that if Texas secedes, the remaining gulf states and many other flyover states will likely gladly join them.

    Anyone who is familiar with the term predictive programming might have already spotted the clues in numerous Hollywood shows. One such show stands out in my mind - Revolution. Sadly it only ran for 2 seasons but was rife with scenarios involving Texas that almost seem plausible today.

    If they do leave, I think I might just have to join Davy Crockett and say "You can all go to hell. I'm going to Texas."
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    Quote Originally Posted by tweakstick View Post
    I don't blame them one bit. Texas is arguably the only state in the union with legal standing to secede because they joined by treaty. They also have the option to split into 3 states as part of the original agreement.

    Leaving would be the only way that Texas could ever possible save itself from the border nigger crisis. Once they declare their independence, they would have their own powers of enforcement and deportation. In doing so, they could win the support of many other states affected by illegals. The US needs Texas while Texas does NOT need the US. They have their own power grid and, free of DC's thuggery politics, they could power themselves by whatever means they choose, selling the excess to the highest bidder. They have every natural resource, especially oil that they need to be an independent nation free of any federal hassle. They have their own ports for trade. These are only a few in a long list.

    They have every reason to leave and only one reason to stay - the threat of civil war. This has been brewing for some time and is the very reason that the Obammy admin removed most all combat helicopters from their Air National Guard to prevent them from stopping a ground assault. They have been trying to hobble Texas for years now because they knew this trouble was brewing. They also know that if Texas secedes, the remaining gulf states and many other flyover states will likely gladly join them.

    Anyone who is familiar with the term predictive programming might have already spotted the clues in numerous Hollywood shows. One such show stands out in my mind - Revolution. Sadly it only ran for 2 seasons but was rife with scenarios involving Texas that almost seem plausible today.

    If they do leave, I think I might just have to join Davy Crockett and say "You can all go to hell. I'm going to Texas."
    You make a lot of good points. Everyone from guys on the street to youtubers are trying to predict the splitting up of US states. The only question is if it will be next fifty years from now or next year. If Texas votes for secession then it would be smart for anyone who can legally own a gun to go buy one along with other supplies.
    Last edited by Ignatow; 10-19-2022 at 02:19 PM. Reason: Steer clear of civil or race war talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Good luck with that.

    We are talking about a state that as recently as a couple years ago couldn't even handle winterizing their power grid.
    You obviously don't know the whole story here. The feds would not allow TX to restart generators to handle the extra upcoming load when they knew damn well what was coming. A one million dollar per day fine per plant would make you do the same if it were your business. This was about the political sabatage of a red state during a time of known upcoming disaster by the dimz in charge. Please, do some research here before you make blind statements such as this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tweakstick View Post
    You obviously don't know the whole story here. The feds would not allow TX to restart generators to handle the extra upcoming load when they knew damn well what was coming. A one million dollar per day fine per plant would make you do the same if it were your business. This was about the political sabatage of a red state during a time of known upcoming disaster by the dimz in charge. Please, do some research here before you make blind statements such as this.
    Do you have any links to sites that corroborate your claim?

    There are a ton that claim that the failures were due to a lack of preparation and a lack of winterization, but I can't seem to find any that that back up your assertion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Do you have any links to sites that corroborate your claim?

    There are a ton that claim that the failures were due to a lack of preparation and a lack of winterization, but I can't seem to find any that that back up your assertion.
    I have to admit that I have absolutely no idea. But even if you are right, I don't think that's a problem Texas can't solve. They have oil, they have LNG ports, and lots of high tech industry (hence they do have skilled people). Hence power grid problems seems to be a problem that's solvable (at least compared to illegal immigration).

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    niggers already have their own state. It's called Wakanda ! It has beautiful rolling hills, pleasant green valleys and amazing utopian futuristic cities, free of crime and the wicked wrath of the evil white man. I just don't understand why no nigger wants to return to its sensational homeland?
    Tough on niggers and the causes of niggers !

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