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03-11-2009, 06:01 PM #1
Chuck Norris Speaks...
... And proves himself a dipshit. See for yourself:
Originally Posted by Chuck Norris
When the going gets tough, Texas runs away lead by this chicken-shit.
Last edited by RaccoonFace; 03-14-2009 at 05:41 PM.TELL YOUR BOOBS TO QUIT STARING AT MY EYES!!!1!
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03-11-2009, 06:11 PM #2
Why not just let them go? Our border with Mexico would be thousands of miles shorter and more secure, and Texans would need a passport to go skiing
03-11-2009, 06:15 PM #3
So I guess what's behind Chuck Norris' beard isn't another fist....it's a dumbshit.
03-11-2009, 11:16 PM #4
Don't take the idea too lightly. I don't live in Texas but I did sleep at a Holiday Inn Express last night. These guys are serious and there are a lot of them. Could eventually happen. And if it does......I'm moving to TEXAS!!! Utah might join in too. That would be AWESOME!!!!
03-12-2009, 05:05 PM #5
seriously let them go
and take California, New Mexico, and Arizona as well
we stole all of it from Mexico anyway
while we're at it I'd like to sell Florida back to Spain.
If nothing else the population of dumbfucks in this country decrease at an exponential rateFor sure, you have to be lost to find a place that can't be found, elseways everyone would know where it was
03-12-2009, 05:27 PM #6
Personally, I think it's a great idea. We would all be better off if we divvied it all up again. We could have Texas, Hawaii, Alaska, Columbia, California, New Yorkia and Jesusland.Living vicariously through myself.
03-12-2009, 05:53 PM #7
The idea's been around a while apparently.
Every book is a children's book if the kid can read it.
03-12-2009, 09:47 PM #8
Has everyone forgotten Texas has oil? Did they forget what the US is willing to do for oil? Think of how much money could be saved invading a country that is right next to us! Hell, we have troops stationed there already!
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03-13-2009, 10:14 AM #9Registered User
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SECESSION? WE'RE ALREADY ON OUR OWN, By Jim Hogue
Thursday, 12 March 2009
[For those who question the wisdom of secession from the United States, it is not so much a question of making a decision to secede but preparing for the disintegration of the Union as a result of unprecedented eventualities in the areas of economics, energy, and environment. While some prefer secession and would gladly embrace it today, all inhabitants of the United States may discover the choice being made for them by realities outside their control or volition. Beautifully, and articulately, Jim Hogue tells us why we must be prepared for that possibiity. The full title of this article is "Bursting Our Bubblles: The Theft of Our Common Wealth, The Collapse of The United States.--CB]
Land of the Free, Home of the Brave
Politically, the U.S. is an agreement among those in Congress, certain corporations (including the media), the courts, the executive branch, allies, and the financial elite to provide for the enrichment of selected entities and to consolidate power and control over military forces and financial mechanisms everywhere in the world. They call it “full spectrum dominance.”
There is no place on earth, be it ever so humble, that escapes the notice of these predators. And from Granada to Rwanda, this has been proven over and over again. Now, with the current collapses of various economies and subsequent consolidation, it will become even more possible for the IMF and any other economic hit men to quash a currency, a nationalistic tendency, a democratic movement, or an attempt at local control that might threaten their hegemony over all. If there is a resource, they want it. That is what the advance of civilization means: the ability of the civilized to take from the savage whatever they want. And I don’t have to tell you, gentle reader, how they create savages wherever and whenever they need them. (The most recent attempt at savage creation was Putin. The lies told to us about the big bad Russian bear have a purpose connected to finance and resources, not – surprise, surprise – to the autonomy and human rights of the citizens of Georgia.)
So politically, the agreement known as The United States is a convenience. These players who make use of it are not playing for a national team. They do not do what they do for King and country. They never have.
Applying force: the USAF in context
Militarily (the ability to use force), the U.S. is a major part of the international constabulary that rounds up and kills those who are deemed a threat to the authority of those in power. In the words of Mr. Cook, the military is the “personal police force of the financial elite.” It is the job of the president and Congress (which awarded a $175 billion bonus over the $600 billion military budget) to provide this constabulary to those who request it.
There are countless historical examples – from the British East India Tea Company in the 18th century to the corporations of today – where private entities send soldiers to do their bidding. Governments (the debtors) provide the mechanism by which the creditors impose their will. The debt is the stick used to beat the debtors into submission. Those who own the nation (or person) through debt have first claim to the labors of the debtor. The creditor controls the military because the creditor owns the means by which the military is employed, including your congressional representative. The 1989 invasion of Panama (partly to consolidate the drug trade) is a case in point.
Sometimes, of course, the operation is covert, bypassing congress when the job is particularly unseemly. The assassination of John F. Kennedy falls into that category. It was a coup d’état that left the masters at the Federal Reserve in charge of the creation of money. Sometimes a false flag operation such as the Gulf of Tonkin is required to provide cover; but that has never been a drawback even when the operation is exposed.
The elephant in the room, unless you hold your nose or close your eyes, is 9/11. The success of the crimes of 9/11 is but another example of how Congress provides cover for the crimes of its masters.
Big Media censorship: The more local the paper…
I mention the media because our founding fathers regarded an informed, educated public as a cornerstone of democracy. It is supposed to be a vital part of what makes this a country. A country cannot remain healthy when its media have no allegiance to the truth.
Author and historian Michael Parenti once admonished me for my naiveté about the media with the following quote: “The role of the corporate media is to support corporate America.” You can stop wondering why so many important stories remain unreported, why so many lies are told, and why so much horse shit is shoveled out ad nauseam. Constant entertainment has calmed the desire for freedom and independence.
We are supposed to make informed choices, but as Mark Twain told us: “If you don’t read the papers you are uninformed. If you do you are misinformed.” In a plug for decentralization, I’ve observed that the more local the paper, the more likely you are to get the truth.
The media support whatever fiction they need to support. And they need you to believe that the recent financial collapse was the result of mistakes, and of forces that got out of control.
The most lethal injections into our republic are the lies and silence of the media on the most crucial issues of our time.
The UNTied States considered
It may not be a matter of secession. It may be a matter of surviving when all else has fallen apart.
What is left of the United States of America? Retired Air Force Lt. Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski called it a rotting corpse. Our president called it the greatest country in the world.
Whatever it is – whatever any country is at a given time in history – it is an agreement. This agreement is a fluid, mutable organism that makes its place among other mutable organisms on Planet Earth. Where there is a lack of agreement – say, between South Ossetia and Georgia, Palestine and Israel, Ireland and England, East Timor and Indonesia, Vermont and New York – there is conflict. This conflict has to do with whether or not the people within certain geographic boundaries should be sovereign, and how sovereign they should be. After all, some countries are more sovereign than others.
What is the agreement among us, and among the countries of the world, as to the nature of that political entity, that place, that military force, that economy, that corporation known as the United States?
Maybe the words “United States” are just words used to perpetuate a fiction that this land between the oceans and beyond is something other than what it really is.
Over the last 30 years, those in real power have built a criminal network whose goal has been to destroy the previous agreements that defined the United States. They have crossed the lines of gentlemanly, diplomatic, wise, productive, legal, reasonable, and patriotic policies to such an extent that, today, the world is reeling from the coup. Their success has eclipsed all the feeble attempts to impede it or to construct alternatives. And they have accomplished all this in the last few years in open defiance of the law and all principles of accepted governance. They have changed the political environment to such an extent that what we call the United States is a ghost. To those who now exercise the reigns of power, we the people are sources of money or labor or cannon fodder.
They have stolen our prosperity. They have taken the franchise from millions of our citizens and abrogated the rights guaranteed by our Constitution. In the name of security they have sacrificed our soldiers for their own gain. They discourage fruitful enterprise and commerce on any terms but their own. They do not befriend other nations. They bully and insult them. They do not strive for peace. They create enemies, real and imaginary. They are not stewards of our land and heritage. They are exploiters. They are not public-spirited or even patriotic, as they have stronger allegiances abroad than they do at home.
They do not protect. They attack. They are not committed to the well-being of the people because they must enrich the few who stride the globe like a colossus.
What next? (Secede from what?)
What next? Our preparations need not focus in secession, but rather on local agriculture and sources of energy, diplomacy, sustainability, productive labor, a healthy environment, carbon sequestering and soil building, local/complementary currencies, transportation and infrastructure after Peak Oil, and a host of other efforts that communities should do together. These are the sources of sovereignty. Sovereignty is their offspring. And such sovereignty as is not supported by them will not stand, but will be consumed by the greed and terror of those we seek to leave behind.
We must be prepared if we are to go it alone.
The federal government has proved that it has no interest or ability to help us or to keep us safe. If we think that it has or ever will again, we might as well believe in the tooth fairy.
We are already on our own."The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size."
03-13-2009, 11:42 AM #10
Holy fuck that dude's tinfoil hat is tight...
03-14-2009, 04:57 PM #11Smokey McPole Guest
"Here be Bigfoot" =
01-25-2012, 08:46 PM #12
OCCUPY POLYASS 2012!!!