New York Mag: break up the United States

Even lily white liberals of the blue check bubble cities are starting to notice that we’re not a country so much as countries bound together by current law. As the years have gone by, I’ve become more and more a believer in the idea that once a country gets too big, it simply cannot be unified, that factionalism will multiply to the point that the various peoples simply have nothing in common.  I think I have more in common with a rural shop worker in some Czech or Polish backwoods town than I do with a creepy porn lawyer working in Los Angeles. Even our cultural betters are starting to say that “this arranged marriage isn’t working anymore”.

Add to that the fact that, with the third world flooding into places like California, increasingly, we no longer even have language uniting us. New York and LA already look like UN refugee camps. Southern California, population, race, and language-wise will effectively be a colony of Mexico in my lifetime, with the American population pushed out in much the same way that Albanians poured into Serbia and took over a portion for the mother country (and once again, $#&% YOU, Dubya, for helping them). And I don’t feel much like picking up a rifle to “save” Cal either, because I’m pretty sure at this point, both white and black Californians would rally under the banner of Nueva Aztlan just to spite us red state rubes and our patriotism.

But who are we kidding? Lots of Goodwhites® in Blue Check cities would rather the US Army burn down our Red State towns and homes than let us go peacefully, simply out of progressive spite.

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13 thoughts on “New York Mag: break up the United States”

  1. With the changing demographics due to unbridled illegal immigration, when Texas flips, it’s game over. CA, NY, TX (and maybe FL) all Democrat would be the end of America for all practical purposes. That we are allowing them to steal elections in WI, AZ, FL, and GA in the open says America may already be over, and we just haven’t realized it yet.

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  2. Yeah, the problem is we’re not divided along regional lines, and it would be as bloody as the Partition of Pakistan.  I’ve long thought we should regionalize, we’re too big to b run as a democracy.  But Pa is regarded as a Blue state (though we had the good sense to go for Trump in ’16!)  and I ❤️❤️❤️❤️ Pa, I love my property.  I don’t wanna up ‘n’ move to a Red State.

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  3. The problem that Hannity and others need to make again and again is that this whole hoopla regarding the impoverished people from desolate nations is not about a few thousands of people. The whole portrayal that it is only 240, or 360, or 4 to 6 thousand is set up so that people say “Oh for Pete’s sake,  let these small numbers of women with their precious children in.”

    Using this meme, the San Francisco Bay area was flipped. We had been told continually from 1984 to 1987 that only a  few thousand asylum seekers from war torn Guatemala and El Salvador were seeking relief by moving to that metro area. Within those four years, some 400,000 people moved here from the barrios of many nations south of the border. At one point in the 1980’s, for every 10 babies born in the USA, five were born to parents who had NO English.

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  4. Yes please. Better to do it now voluntarily than later after being pushed to it. I fully expect the Empire to break apart. It’s what empires do. Good riddance.

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  5. Carol Sterritt:
    The whole portrayal that it is only 240, or 360, or 4 to 6 thousand is set up so that people say “Oh for Pete’s sake,  let these small numbers of women with their precious children in.”

    According to the Department of Homeland Security 2016 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics [PDF], in 2016 a total of 1,183,505 people obtained “lawful permanent resident status” in fiscal year 2016 (the publication includes a table giving these numbers for years through 1820 through 2016, so you can see the waves of immigration in the past).  The number in the caravan is estimated all over the place, but 7000 is the estimate I’ve heard most frequently.  If that’s so, then legal permanent immigration in 2016 (not counting all forms of illegals, student visas, any of the numerous guest worker programs, etc.) amounted to 169 caravans, or one caravan every 2.16 days, or about 3.25 caravans a week.  And all of this gets no press; they just keep on coming.  The only reason people are aware of the caravan is, as in the movie Network, is “because [it’s] on television, dummy.”

    (I used numbers from 2016 because those are most recent available.)

    Even in a country as large as the United States, letting in 1.2 million people a year for permanent settlement is an extraordinary thing.  That’s equivalent to admitting the entire population of Switzerland every seven years.

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  6. We seem to be approaching the last stand. Having a prayer to stop the immigration and voting mess will require the Presidency, the Senate with 52 votes that back the President, the House that backs the President  and the Supreme Court.

    Without the House, much can be done, but the USSC must rein in runaway judges in real time, not legal eons.

    POTUS has twelve months to bring 40 to 45 % of blacks and Hispanics with jobs and families to his side to shut down the immigration flood.

    The divide we face is working class versus white collar and welfare cases.  The makers versus the talkers and takers.

    I expect the move on sentencing reform is a first step.

    This war is not over.  1862, 1863 and 1864 did not look rosy for the USA either.

    We can lose, but loss is not inevitable yet.

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  7. The Sinistral Bassist:
    With the changing demographics due to unbridled illegal immigration, when Texas flips, it’s game over. CA, NY, TX (and maybe FL) all Democrat would be the end of America for all practical purposes. That we are allowing them to steal elections in WI, AZ, FL, and GA in the open says America may already be over, and we just haven’t realized it yet.

    So what has to happen to hold Texas ?   What could be done in Florida?

    How about Georgia?   I am also curious about Wisconsin, though I am nearly thinking that WI and AZ are both lost.

    What would be the most expeditious way to hold the needed big states to anchor a red state majority?

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  8. MJBubba:

    The Sinistral Bassist:
    With the changing demographics due to unbridled illegal immigration, when Texas flips, it’s game over. CA, NY, TX (and maybe FL) all Democrat would be the end of America for all practical purposes. That we are allowing them to steal elections in WI, AZ, FL, and GA in the open says America may already be over, and we just haven’t realized it yet.

    So what has to happen to hold Texas ?   What could be done in Florida?

    How about Georgia?   I am also curious about Wisconsin, though I am nearly thinking that WI and AZ are both lost.

    What would be the most expeditious way to hold the needed big states to anchor a red state majority?

    Secure the border and build the wall. Crack down on illegal aliens instead of letting them skate with DACA and amnesties and sanctuary cities. We’re a nation with borders, or we aren’t a nation.

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  9. There isn’t going to be a peaceful divorce.

    For one thing they want it all, and are quite happy to dump endless numbers of foreigners into red states like South Dakota to swamp the pre-existing inhabitants. For another even if red America was willing to let a few states depart, the remaining leftists would still demand to leave, taking their land with them, regardless of anything. They’d start with California and NY, then demand Washington and Massachusetts- and Oregon, Maryland, etc, etc, until they had it all anyway. Yet another, even if it was only California, in ten years there would be a Chinese navy base in Long Beach- and the rump United States could no more ignore that than Russia could ignore prospective NATO membership for Ukraine.

    What we need, obviously, is a political party that can make a case for America and wants to do so. The present GOP simply has no interest in that sort of grubby work, which is why it fails so continually.

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  10. The world is too dangerous for America to break up. It needs to be unified.

    Empires do more good than bad in that they bring peace and stability. Libertarians care about coercion? There is a lot more of it when there are dictators on the March.

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  11. The world is too dangerous for America to break up. It needs to be unified.

    I take your point, but I think the world needs to learn to take care of itself.

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  12. Xennady:

    The world is too dangerous for America to break up. It needs to be unified.

    I take your point, but I think the world needs to learn to take care of itself.

    I don’t want to take care of the world, I want to take care of Americans.

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