Secession movements, 2018, and the wider realization as to how the few control the many

“Society in every state is a blessing, but government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one. ”

Thomas Paine

 

 

 

September 20, 2017 – UK economy to slow rapidly in 2018 as hard Brexit looms

February 24, 2018 – Struggle to fill vacancies amid UK jobs boom

March 6, 2018 – UK manufacturers on course to outpace GDP growth, survey finds 

 

 

 

 

January 27, 2017 – Since Donald Trump became president while securing less than a third of the vote in California, the Yes California campaign — a.k.a. Calexit — has gotten a lot of attention and perhaps even some momentum in getting an initial measure placed on the 2018 general election ballot. An estimated 7,000 …

January 27, 2017 – California Just Put Secession On The 2018 Ballot – Occupy Democrats

 

 

 

 

 

The few control the many via pyramidally-constructed organizations in which fair-seeming, sociopathic One-Percenter crime family members at the top of those pyramids fleece a great many more wholly-credulous rubes down below them. Those organizations include what we euphemistically call “Nations”.

The concerted push for a One World Government, “headquartered, some say, in Jerusalem”, is driven by the fact that the crime family in question cannot expand their ranks by holding job fairs, or developing new training schools, because a condition of membership is that they’re all genetically-related. But don’t take my word for it:

August 5, 2012 – All U.S. Presidents But One Descended From King John Of England?

A 12 year-old girl in California claims she has traced the lineage of all but one American President back to King John, who ruled England from 1199-1216.

The populace is getting wise to the con, and we’re seeing secession movements all over the globe, taking things in exactly the opposite direction as the folks in charge have wanted for as long as they’ve been in charge – which is all the way back to Babylon, and before.

As you read the news articles below, ask yourself how long you think they have left in power?

Remember, when the school of fish, the flock of birds turns, they do so apparently as one.

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2016 – So, now, according to “US Special Counsel Robert Mueller,” the 2016 US presidential campaigns of insurgent Democrat/Vermonter Bernie Sanders and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are both tarred with the brush of “Russian meddling.

 

January, 2017 – Is Russia Behind a Secession Effort in California? – The Atlantic

 

January 17, 2017 – New California? 5 times people tried to split the Golden State

 

January 17, 2017 – Catalan Parliament Reconvenes, Elects Pro-Secession Speaker

Catalonia’s new parliament has elected a pro-secession speaker, thus virtually guaranteeing the chamber’s push for independence for Spain’s northeastern region will continue.

 

January 27, 2017 – Since Donald Trump became president while securing less than a third of the vote in California, the Yes California campaign — a.k.a. Calexit — has gotten a lot of attention and perhaps even some momentum in getting an initial measure placed on the 2018 general election ballot. An estimated 7,000 …

 

January 27, 2017 – California Just Put Secession On The 2018 Ballot – Occupy Democrats

 

February 17, 2018 – Most Likely to Secede – The Vermont Independent

 

March 1, 2017 – The likelihood of California, Oregon and Washington seceding

 

September 20, 2017 – UK economy to slow rapidly in 2018 as hard Brexit looms, OECD

 

December 19, 2017 – Since the election, there’s been talk of Oregon, California and Washington seceding, breaking off from the rest of the country to form their own nation.

 

December 13, 2017 – What next for Brexit in 2018? – BBC News – BBC.com

Anyone who tells you they know how Brexit is going to play out in 2018 isn’t to be trusted. After last year’s rollercoaster, almost anything could happen. Another general election? A big shift in the public mood? Both are possibilities.

 

January, 2017 – Is California Really Going to Secede? – NYMag

 

January 7, 2018 – Losing Faith in the State, Some Mexican Towns Quietly Break Away

 

January 16, 2018 – Spanish king: Catalan secession push ‘attack on democracy’ | Fox News

 

January 17, 2018. Russia-linked social media bots have driven previous iterations of American secessionist narratives.

 

January 17, 2018 – New California declares “independence” from rest of state – CBS News

 

January 23, 2018 – One-in-Four Say States Should Have The Right To Secede 

 

January  27, 2018 – Struggle to fill vacancies amid UK jobs boom – The Telegraph

 

February 24, 2018 – UK economic growth tipped to rebound thanks to global boom 

 

March 6, 2018 – UK Parliament Will Not Be Able to Overturn EU Referendum: Brexit …

Parliament will not be able thwart Brexit by using a vote expected later this year on the final deal negotiated with the European ..

 

March 6, 2018 – UK manufacturers on course to outpace GDP growth, survey finds

Britain’s manufacturers are set to outpace the rest of the economy this year with help from booming global demand for exports, according to a survey … of the UK economy, showed a balance of +30% of survey respondents reporting an increase in output and total orders for the first three months of 2018.

2 thoughts on “Secession movements, 2018, and the wider realization as to how the few control the many

  1. Don Croft

    I’m pleasantly shocked to realize that there’s a movement in the California legislature to secede because I assumed they’d be the very last state to secede. My impression that Texas would be the first was altered, yesterday, when a Texan in Houston, who called Carol, yesterday, to invite her for an interview on his podcast, told her that the Texas legislature passed a low to make tossing orgonite a felony 😉 .

    We live near Washington State, which is one of the most fascist states on the US in spite of having legalized marijuana, as Oregon also did. Of course, pot enables fascism by dumbing down people who are addicted to it. Maybe the combined body of legislators in California, Oregon and Washington are conspiring to maintain or even increase a high level of fascism after breaking free of the CIA’s criminal regime in Washington, DC, but I don’t think they understand human nature any more than the CIA do because any reduction in the size of central government is bound to increase gov’t accountability in direct proportion and, thanks to the internet, this will likely be an instant development 😎

    Speaking of the Russian-influence scam, which we started seeing in Trump’s fake campaign, Carol and I noticed that the Swarthy-Muslim terror scam may have run its course, so the CIA may be trying to resurrect the old Cold War scam out of desperation. We weren’t sure about this until we saw the movie, Red Sparrow, last week.

    Meanwhile, China’s dominance of global economy and politics is still being studiously ignored by the media and other fear porn outlets. I think Thomas Paine would approve of China’s position because it’s based on trade rather than conquest. In his day, Paine said that the only country in the world that wanted conquest was Britain and that’s why he pushed for American independence. He later returned to Britain and advocated independence, there, and received the death penalty in absentia for that. He had fled to France, where he was elected to the French Parliament but was thrown in prison for criticizing the violence of that alleged revolution.

    A lot of individual states have made significant economic treaties with China, which alone shows that we don’t even need a federal government, any more, and Russia’s current prosperity is due to China and proves that they have no interest in opposing the US.

    Why the profound silence about political/economic progress in China? In many ways, they have more freedom than Americans do at the moment. I found out that they even made it legal to build and fly ultralight aircraft without licensing and that law is apparently a copy of the American one, which is alleged to stand alone in the world of aviation. Personal aviation was essentially destroyed in America by a successful psi-op agenda of the CIA/etc. but it’s rather exploding in China, now. Only a few people in America want to fly, any more; all the rest are strangely afraid of doing so. As recently as 1990 the skies were literally crowded with personal aviators, here.

    I’m told there are secession movements in China, too. I think that their censorship of political criticism is despicable but as general prosperity continues to expand I think this restriction will be strained to the breaking point. As with Britain’s eonomic improvement since the announcment of Brexit, though, any restriction of centralized power is bound to result in even more rapid expansion of prosperity in China.

    Unlike the ubiquitous progeny of the corporate oligarchy who control the rest of the world, the (older?) Chinese oligarch families seem to recognize that in order to stay in power, they need to look more and more like benefactors to the Chinese people and less like the neocons of the Western oligarchy who tried and failed to achieve WWIII and the destruction of pesky, ‘no-usury’ Islam after they blew up the World Trade Center.

    Those families took off like a shot as soon as Mao Tse Tung drew his last breath. It looks to me like they were just patiently waiting for that British agent’s demise to do so.

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  2. Don Croft

    I’m pleasantly shocked to realize that there’s a movement in the California legislature to secede because I assumed they’d be the very last state to secede. My impression that Texas would be the first was altered, yesterday, when a Texan in Houston, who called Carol, yesterday, to invite her for an interview on his podcast, told her that the Texas legislature passed a low to make tossing orgonite a felony 😉 .

    We live near Washington State, which is one of the most fascist states in the US in spite of having legalized marijuana, as Oregon also did. Of course, pot enables fascism by dumbing down people who are addicted to it. Maybe the combined body of legislators in California, Oregon and Washington are conspiring to maintain or even increase a high level of fascism after breaking free of the CIA’s criminal regime in Washington, DC, but I don’t think they understand human nature any more than the CIA do because any reduction in the size of central government is bound to increase gov’t accountability in direct proportion and, thanks to the internet, this will likely be an instant development 😎

    Speaking of the Russian-influence scam, which we started seeing in Trump’s fake campaign, Carol and I noticed that the Swarthy-Muslim terror scam may have run its course, so the CIA may be trying to resurrect the old Cold War scam out of desperation. We weren’t sure about this until we saw the movie, Red Sparrow, last week.

    Meanwhile, China’s dominance of global economy and politics is still being studiously ignored by the media and other fear porn outlets. I think Thomas Paine would approve of China’s position because it’s based on trade rather than conquest. In his day, Paine said that the only country in the world that wanted conquest was Britain and that’s why he pushed for American independence. He later returned to Britain and advocated independence, there, and received the death penalty in absentia for that. He had fled to France, where he was elected to the French Parliament but was thrown in prison for criticizing the violence of that alleged revolution.

    A lot of individual states have made significant economic treaties with China, which alone shows that we don’t even need a federal government, any more, and Russia’s current prosperity is due to China and proves that they have no interest in opposing the US.

    Why the profound silence about political/economic progress in China? In many ways, they have more freedom than Americans do at the moment. I found out that they even made it legal to build and fly ultralight aircraft without licensing and that law is apparently a copy of the American one, which is alleged to stand alone in the world of aviation. Personal aviation was essentially destroyed in America by a successful psi-op agenda of the CIA/etc. but it’s rather exploding in China, now. Only a few people in America want to fly, any more; all the rest are strangely afraid of doing so. As recently as 1990 the skies were literally crowded with personal aviators, here.

    I’m told there are secession movements in China, too. I think that their censorship of political criticism is despicable but as general prosperity continues to expand I think this restriction will be strained to the breaking point. As with Britain’s eonomic improvement since the announcment of Brexit, though, any restriction of centralized power is bound to result in even more rapid expansion of prosperity in China.

    Unlike the ubiquitous progeny of the corporate oligarchy who control the rest of the world, the (older?) Chinese oligarch families seem to recognize that in order to stay in power, they need to look more and more like benefactors to the Chinese people and less like the neocons of the Western oligarchy who tried and failed to achieve WWIII and the destruction of pesky, ‘no-usury’ Islam after they blew up the World Trade Center. Their sudden creation of all that Hitlerian legislation in 2001 really bit them on the @$$ and is mostly unenforceable, thank God.

    Those Chinese oligarch (Triad?) families took off like a shot as soon as Mao Tse Tung drew his last breath. It looks to me like they were just patiently waiting for that British agent’s demise to do so. One of Nixon’s last moves, before the successful 1974 CIA coup d’etat, was to support the new regime in China. Obama publicly admitted that Nixon was more liberal than him.

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