The New Secessionists

The New Secessionists

I’ve been thinking about the insurrection going on in the Pacific Northwest.  I mean, how can I not think about it.  Their nightly violence and rioting is pretty much hard to miss by now. By my way of thinking, these anarchists really are the New Secessionists.

And while I understand the impulse to send in the Feds if the Oregon and Washington’s leaders won’t get these riots under control, I’m of a different mind.

These guys aren’t “protesters;” they’re the New Secessionists.  And I don’t know about you, but I’m really sick and tired of these narcissistic little anarchists.  Clearly they want to secede from the Union.  So why not let them?

At least the anarchists across the fruited plain will have a place to call home.

As it is, violent anarchists are already migrating to Seattle and Portland in order to scream at police and set fire to things.  So why not make it a one-way trip?

And since Governors Inslee and Brown seem to be channeling their inner George Wallace and throwing in with the New Secessionists, why not just let them make it official and leave the US?

Let them can create their own ANTIFA States of the Pacific Northwest.

Or better yet, go ahead and prove Kurt Schlichter right and call yourselves the People’s Republic.

There comes a point when our differences are irreconcilable.  And I think we’re there, don’t you?

Actually, by my way of thinking, we’ve been heading in the direction of a national divorce for years now.

Do we really share any common beliefs or principles with the New Secessionists?

Is there a single thing we agree on?

I don’t want to live in a country where mobs swarm the streets, set fire to buildings, loot stores and attack people while demanding we give up our Liberty, property, economic system and sovereignty.

And the New Secessionists certainly don’t want to live in a civil society.

So why are we even trying anymore?

Rather than fight to keep this fractured Union together, shouldn’t we tell the New Secessionists to pack up their bike helmets, goggles, Molotov cocktails, explosive devices, lasers, make-shift shields, and Che T-shirts, and hit the bricks?

Get out and burn your own country down to the ground.

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11 thoughts on “The New Secessionists

  • July 30, 2020 at 1:14 pm
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    I’m for a swap.

    We get Hong Kong patriots, China gets some new drones. Win-win.

  • July 30, 2020 at 2:06 pm
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    There are 39 counties in Washington and the old saying is “38 counties can be wrong.” Much like Cook County dominates politics in Illinois, King County (Seattle’s county) has the population and the votes to overwhelm the rest of the State. In recent years, there’s been liberal bleed-over into Snohomish County (just north of Seattle) and Pierce County (just south of Seattle), but Eastern Washington remains solid Red (remember in 1994 Spokane voted Tom Foley, the Speaker of the House, out of office!). I can’t say much about Oregon, but I would figure that Multnomah County (Portland’s county) and most of the Willamette Valley (including the cities of Salem and Eugene) are firmly Blue with Eastern Oregon remaining rural and Red just like Eastern Washington.

    Covid may play a big part in the upcoming jungle primary in Washington. While the State of Washington’s infection rate hovers around 6%, Yakima County (pop. 250,000) is seeing an infection rate of 25% and has the second highest death toll behind King County. In fact, Yakima’s death toll is approaching double the numbers of Pierce County (pop. 750,000). People are not happy with Inslee’s handling of the crisis and I’m hoping we see strong Republican challenger. A lot will depend on turnout, as is usually the case, but hope springs eternal so don’t write us off just yet.

  • July 30, 2020 at 2:10 pm
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    Let’s keep the land and deport the troublemakers. Shooting would be cheaper, but liberals are notoriously squeamish about the subject.

    Plenty of free parking in Liberia, and NO COPS!

  • July 30, 2020 at 4:51 pm
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    Hey. We probably have a bunch of flags with 48 stars on them just laying around.

  • July 30, 2020 at 9:12 pm
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    be better to shoot them

    • July 30, 2020 at 9:13 pm
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      twice

  • July 30, 2020 at 10:17 pm
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    1. All secessionists permanently surrender their U.S. citizenship.
    2. Turn off the power, water, and WiFi and begin negotiating trade agreements.

    It wouldn’t last a month.

  • July 31, 2020 at 10:18 am
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    I’m in, but we’ll need to bust some heads to keep a Pacific port, either LA or Seattle.

  • July 31, 2020 at 4:37 pm
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    Why should any group of people be miserable? Let them leave so they can be happy, but that’s not what they want. The want everyone to be just as messed up, angry, and confused as they are. Such is the luck.

  • August 1, 2020 at 10:11 am
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    Just extend President Trump’s big, beautiful wall up the eastern border of the coastal states. Construction proceeds slowly enough that conservatives will have time to pack up and head for more hospitable and sane states. When the wall is finish, cut off all ties and aid, and let them rot in their new WCSH (west coast s*$t hole) people’s republic.

    • August 1, 2020 at 7:06 pm
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      Being a native of Washington I’m afraid I’d have to bear arms against them

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