The news from Barcelona today is encouraging for us white nationalists. Catalonia voted for secession today.
Secession is a beautiful idea. People have grown tired of being subsumed by multi-ethnic, multicultural "propositional empires" which exist only on the basis of ideology or politics. Ethnic and nationalist separatism is exploding throughout the world. From Scotland to South Africa, from Flanders to French Guiana, ethnic and racial separatist movements are becoming bolder and more prominent. In some cases, such as Catalonia, they are on the verge of success.
Recently, the media have been abuzz with talk of separatism here in America as well. In addition to the many semi-autonomous tribal groups, North America boasts a number of racial and ethnolinguistic separatist movements. Two of these, those Quebec and Hawaii, have made significant progress in escaping their respective propositional empires. And, as the political divide between racial and ethnolinguistic groups in the USA has grown ever larger, so has talk of state rights, devolution of power, and even outright secession.
But secession from the United States is impossible at present. BRA is a jealous god, and the members of the imperial power class know well that allowing any one state to leave will start the dominoes of disunion tumbling.
But what would happen if one state did secede?
In a word: war. Talk is cheap, and petitions on the Internet are fun, but let a pro-secession state legislature take power, or a plebiscite in favor of secession succeed, and Uncle Sam's white gloves come off. Any real attempt by a U.S. state to secede would result in the federalization of that state's National Guard, which would be deployed to seize air, road, and rail facilities. The national and international media would fill the airwaves with images of Bull Connor fire-hosing Negroes, Klansmen burning crosses, and scary white trash holding scary black assault weapons. The Guy with the Toothbrush Mustache (not Chaplin — the other one) would be invoked. College kids, Negroes, and Latinos would be whipped into frenzies of protest from coast to coast. The UN would condemn the “renegade racists” in the state in question. Facebook would be buzzing like a hive of angry hornets as the SWGOTI Red Guards that run this country launched volley after volley of saucy image macros with anti-secession themes.
|SWGOTI view of secessionists|
Then, one by one, military transport aircraft would touch down at international airports across the rebel state. Convoys of Humvees, tanks, and trucks full of soldiers would stream down the Interstates to occupy “hotbeds of rebellion”. A few hundred “resisters” would be shot pour encourager des autres.
Game over. God Bless America. Cue Lee Greenwood.
No state attempting to secede today could do so. BRA is just too powerful, and the federal entity too entrenched in the minds of Americans as the Good Guys.
But that's today. Tomorrow... well, who knows?
Imagine the world of twenty years from now. If you had to bet, would you bet the federal entity will be more powerful or less powerful by then?
Folks, there’s no point in fantasizing about secession now. Unless a given state has its own “special weapons”, or unless the secession leaders can count on the support of a large portion of the federal military, that state hasn’t a snowball’s chance in Hades of winning in a straight-up war against BRA.
But history has other lessons to teach…
In 1969 there was no hope for the Czechs who wished to escape the Soviet Empire. Their attempt to let themselves quietly out the back door had been brutally crushed by the strong hand of the USSR, which had pistol-whipped them into submission and locked them in the basement the year before.
But in 1989 — a mere twenty years later — things were different. The Czechs were free. The USSR became too weak to keep their empire under lock and key. The Czechs knocked the pistol from the shaking hand of the geriatric Soviet Union, kicked their way out of the basement, and skipped out the front door.
Can it happen here? Perhaps. Like the Czechs, we are held captive by a “pact” from which we cannot withdraw, a pact called the Constitution. Washington 2012, like Moscow 1968, will send tanks to roll over us if we try.
But Moscow’s grip weakened. Washington’s may as well. And if it does, we may find ourselves skipping out the back door of our own Warsaw Pact. All we have to do is hang on and keep our own version of Czechoslovakia alive in our thoughts and hearts.
Today, we are almost certainly living through Peak BRA. The Empire will almost certainly never be stronger than it is right now. And if it weakens, if the hand that hold the gun on us wavers even a little, then we make our break for the door.