The Great Break-Up of the United States
Professor Igor Panarin first made a prediction that the United States would break-up into smaller countries back in 1998, a time when the economy appeared strong. Ten years later in 2008, Panarin reflected on his prediction saying, " The dollar is not secured by anything. The country's foreign debt has grown like an avalanche, even though in the early 1980s there was no debt. By 1998, when I first made my prediction, it had exceeded $2 trillion. Now it is more than 11 trillion. This is a pyramid that can only collapse."
Today, however, the socioeconomic status the nation sits upon a far more complicated and precarious foundation than mere dollar signs. We are living in a time in which a play that is endorsed by major news networks can be shown night after night in New York City's Central Park depicting the assassination of the country's President. There is fine line between free speech and outright treason, and this play crosses that line. We are living in a time when a comedian who was fired for her depiction of beheading the President has now claimed that he and his family have bullied her, bringing her lawyer into the situation against him.
The hate and division in this country continues to grow between rational conservatives and left-wing reactionaries. The left, led by Hillary Clinton's rhetoric and Nazi collaborator George Soros' funding, continue to call for people to resist the president. Yet, what exactly are they resisting? A secure border? An immigration policy that keeps terrorists out of the country and avoids the turmoil taking place in Europe? A balanced budget? A smaller government? A reasonable tax code that the average citizen can understand without help from an accountant?
The country is in a very dangerous, divided place right now, many on the left even taking to the streets and on social media celebrating the shooting of Representative Steve Scalise (read article here). Some of the leftist celebrations have included statements such as:
- "The only good fascist is a dead one."
First of all, the person who made this particular sign has no idea what fascist is. Fascism is government partnering with industry in much the same way as what we saw during the Obama Administration. Conservatives believe government should stay out of industry. The tweets continue though:
- "That's a Shame but babies blown to bits at Sandy Hook was worse and Scalise takes money from @NRA."
This tweet is a reflection of the leftist narrative, to take shots at the Second Amendment right to bear arms. It is a right not a mere privilege, installed to protect one's family from tyrannical government and not simply for hunters. If this person had done research before posting such a tweet they would have realized that nearly every case of mass shooting involved psychotropic drugs. This includes Sandy Hook, the Batman shooter, and the Colorado shooter, just to name but a few, not to mention the 20 soldiers ++per day++ who commit suicide after returning home and being placed on psychotropic medication.
- "If the shooter has a serious health condition then is taking potshots at the GOP leadership considered self defense?"
- "If KKK supporter Steve Scalise dies, the shooter deserves a holiday, true leadership. Now the trumps, kush, and miller need to be transitioned."
As a conservative who is from the south, it makes my blood boil whenever I hear leftists promoting geographical stereotypes such as, if you are conservative in the south, you must be part of the KKK. I'm a southerner, yes; I'm a conservative, yes; I even had ancestors who fought bravely for the south in the War of Northern Aggression; but none of that makes me a racist or a member of the KKK. I believe as the majority of poor whites believed during that great war, that the Federal Government has no authority to tell the States what to do beyond the powers specifically enumerated to it in the Constitution as per the 10th Amendment of the Bill of Rights. Slavery was wrong, terribly wrong, but it was a spiritual problem that could only be solved by the Christians and churches of the nation, not by the Federal Government. The Federal Government getting involved in the issue only escalated the matter because it chopped at the root of States' Rights, causing the bloodiest war ever seen on the continent.
With the country so divided, it is not a giant leap to think states may begin considering succession. Texas toyed with the idea during the Obama Administration, and California has also suggested the possibility. Civil war may not be far off as there will come a time when fair-minded people will have enough and start to push back. The push back by Laura Loomer and Jack Posobiec may be only the beginning. If something happens to President Trump, it could be the trigger that ignites a full-scale civil war possibly much bloodier than the North and South War.