As Texicans fight trying to save their Confederate monuments from foreign invaders brought in under the guns of the occupying USA military, other Southern States are fighting the same fight.

This is an interesting piece.

Anyone studied at least some of the history of of Kentucky during those war years, knows they were hard, dangerous years.

John C Carleton

Pope Joins Soros In Funding Immigrant Caravan Invasion Of US Southern Border-Zero Hedge

If the head of the  Church of Pedophile Priest, spent his time getting rid of priest who  rape little boys up the ass, he would not have time to be involving himself in doing war crimes against the 47  occupied American States, and two Republics.

There is an occupied Polynesian Kingdom also, but i don’t think the illegal criminals are going to walk there.

John C Carleton


The “governor” of the occupation government of the Republic of Texas, jusssstttt can not seem to sign a law protecting Texican and American monuments from Texican and American hating foreigners, but he sure as hell broke his neck signing a law trying to make Texicans criminals if they resist the evil of products made in occupied Palestine.

He seems to hate Texicans and their ancestors.

John C Carleton

DHS Releases 7,000 Border Crossers Into US Cities Over Five Day Period-Zero Hedge

The USA is making sure the illegals are scattered out, turned loose, so they can disappear.

USA is not trying to stop the illegal invasion, the USA is running the run away train bringing them in.

John C Carleton

20-Year-Old Uses AK47 Against 5 Armed Crooks, Kills 3 in Home Invasion

20-Year-Old Uses AK47 Against 5 Armed Crooks, Kills 3 in Home Invasion


Seeing the Light on Secession

Are conservatives warming up to the ideas of secession?

Over the past year, conservative commentators Kurt Schlichter and Jesse Kelly have written articles flirting with the idea of secession due to divisive U.S. politics. Although both authors resort to the typical finger-pointing about the Left that is commonplace among the mainstream Right, they do raise valid points about the current polarized political climate. Their interpretation of present-day American politics is immaterial. The fact that they’re suggesting a break-up of the U.S. should be commended.

It’s become abundantly clear that with big spending, a bloated welfare state, and overstretched military-industrial complex, those U.S. institutions are heading towards a day of reckoning. Coupled with a major culture war, and we have a recipe for political unrest in the near future. Schlichter acknowledges these ominous macro-trends citing “endless crusades” abroad, the Green New Deal, and the abolition of Electoral College as many wedge issues that are creating unprecedented divisions in the country. For Schlichter, a national break-up isn’t so far-fetched given that he wrote about this concept in some of his novels People’s Republic, Indian Country, and Wildfire in which the country separates into red and blue nations.

Peaceful Secession Should Always be Encouraged

But such a split doesn’t have to be so binary. It can be based along regional, ethnic, religious, or economic lines. Nevertheless, the fact that secession is being entertained is a good starting point. In his article for The Federalist, Jesse Kelly raises a good point about the fluid nature of national borders:

Borders move. Countries split and change hands. They do this for a myriad of reasons. Ours would be a major cultural shift toward the left and half the country refusing to go along with tyranny.

Major events — like World War I — effectively broke up traditional empires and created new sovereign nations. However, wars should not be the only catalysts behind the creation of new nations. In fact, political entities that face any kind of internal disputes should enthusiastically embrace self-determination and get the ball rolling on a voluntary and peaceful basis.

Kelly’s framing of secession as an “amicable divorce” is the right mentality to take when discussing this matter. Secession should not be treated as a cataclysmic event that requires a massive state to crack down against the “unruly” subject. We’re dealing with humans here, not automatons that have to be poked and prodded during each election cycle, nor realpolitik chess pieces that must be exploited by politicians and bureaucrats.

Instead, secessionist movements represent the logical response to the unhealthy relationships that individuals and certain populations segments have with central governments. These movements should be allowed to go their natural course. In sum, political conflicts should be treated like any other human relationships. When they fail, both parties divorce and go their separate ways peacefully.

The Seeds of Modern-Day Secession are being Sowed In Europe

The idea of separatism is no ivory tower theory — it’s something starting to happen in real time. Since the 2016 Brexit vote, separatist movements throughout Europe have been rejuvenated and continue to gain ground as the European Union treads through the waters of socio-economic uncertainty. Even in America, rural counties are revolting against big city interests over the issue of gun control. Some parts of Washington state, have gone as far as to propose creating a separate state in eastern Washington that better represents the interests of rural communities.

The twentieth century was a time of centralization. However, this historical development did not just happen in one fell swoop. It was born in the eighteenth century through the works of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Rousseau advocated for a mass democracy of sorts bolstered by an activist central government. Cliché concepts such as the “will of the people” have formed the philosophical backbone of gigantic governments worldwide. The problem isn’t democracy itself, but rather its implemented scale. Eventually, states get too big and the cultures within them resort to unproductive political conflicts, thus making every election cycle a high-stakes affair. Not exactly a recipe for peace and tranquility.

Ryan McMaken is correct in asserting that the solution to the mega-state status quo we live in “lies in a peaceful embrace of division, secession, decentralization, and disunity.” Unity sounds warm and fuzzy, but maintaining it at all costs is a disaster waiting to happen. The history of political conflict between factions usually results in civil war, and as a result, the emergent governing structure uses repression to consolidate its power. Respect for individual liberties often becomes an afterthought.

Given the changing demographics and unwieldy tasks the United States government is undertaking, the country needs to take a timeout and actually consider separation. Even if it’s based on a simplistic red vs. blue divide, it’s still a conversation starter for future separatist movements. The depoliticization of society starts with decentralization.

Mass democracy has run its course and new alternatives that value localism should now be considered.


Yuma Arizona Shuts Its Doors To Illegals: Declares State Of Emergency

If you read this piece  closely, ignore the Jack ass Vs the fat elephant propaganda, you can see how the USA is using their court system to ship illegal criminals into the major cities of  the Occupied by the USA, States, against the will of the people of the States.

USA is not trying to stop the illegal criminal invasion run away train, USA/WASHINGTON DC, is running the damn rail road.

John C Carleton

‘Hostile And Aggressive’ Migrants Break Through Border Into Southern Mexico, Join US-Bound Caravan-Zero Hedge

Coming to your block soon!

Thanks to USA/WASHINGTON DC polices encouraging criminals from backwards countries to overrun the native bred and born.

And the dumb fucks at city hall if your city is one with treasonous ass holes declaring “sanctuary cities”, for those criminal scum who are raping, robbing, murdering,  eating free off of, getting free medical off of, free housing off of, free education off of, the backs of the Native born of those States, forced by USA to steal from the States people, to give to foreign criminals.


The Land of USA occupation.

And the Home of the American Usury Slave!

John C Carleton


The US-Israel ‘special relationship’ subsidizes American military industry and Israeli colonialism-Information Clearing house

There is no Israhell, only occupied Palestine.

There is no United States of America, only occupied America.

Both are zionist Black magic illusions, which do not in reality exist.

John C Carleton