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More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/13/2012 04:23 PM
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
Yeah, put your name on the list, get a drone on your ass. And why not? If you don't want to be a citizen of this country anymore, fuck off and don't let the door hit your ass on the way out.


This is so mindnumbingly fucked up.

Deal with it, people. We are all Americans. I know I never talked secession crap when Bush "won" twice. He was the president, and so I prayed that he would succeed.

You people, however . . .
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As I tell people that have not lived very long on this earth.

When you are born into a system, it is difficult to tell any other way.
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11/13/2012 04:32 PM
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WOW!!! Texas just reached 80,377!!!
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11/13/2012 04:41 PM
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we should secede and then create our own concentration camps where we will put liberals, homosexuals, atheist, evolutionist, feminist, socialist, revolutionary agitators, welfare hoarders, race promoters ie naacp/la razza, the entire mainstream media, and last but certainly not least the keynesian and fractional reserve economist.
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11/13/2012 04:47 PM
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
Well, we now know who the fake patriots are.
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
350,000 is something around 1/10 of 1% of the population of the U.S.

In other words, who gives a shit? More people in America are wiping their asses each second. It's a number that means nothing.

And so . . . ?

Proves nothing.
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This.
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11/13/2012 04:57 PM

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BTW - I love that quote in your signature. Spot on.


IMO that quote is a very simplified explanation for what's going on in the world which most don't have a clue about..especially on the left

here's a link to the book

[link to www.whale.to]


Thanks - I have added it to my list of books to read.
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11/13/2012 05:02 PM
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Well, we now know who the fake patriots are.
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Yeah because the true patriots support big government and socialized healthcare. sheep
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11/13/2012 05:05 PM

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Any comments you want to leave (summarasing this thread) for Russian-Internet-Community about this? (I'm Russian, and practically know nothing about US history and laws (only Wikipedia knowledge))

Last Edited by Gaver on 11/13/2012 05:10 PM
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11/13/2012 05:17 PM
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thats a lot of red neckers

gunna have *huge* impact on cuntry muzic

poor white tail bucks gunna git over populated as well

but at least our public school teachers can finally allow more inner city asians kids the attention they deserve on their way to becoming engineers without all the white trailer neanderthals and their brown tooth methed up pole dancing burgler parents
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Hey man, why don't you go fuck yourself with your broken dick in your fat useless ass, if it weren't for white people the blacks would have killed each other and the Latinos and Asians would be stuck in an endless gang war over who's shorter and has the most redicilous religion, my family took this country from the natives, so you're ducking welcome that you have a place to live in at all that some dude isn't trying to buy your daughter with beads. Go to hell, I'll be waiting for you with all my friends, ready to kick your teeth in and rape your mother who you died fucking
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11/13/2012 05:31 PM

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*sigh* falling on deaf ears. :(
For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting.Galatians 6:8

I believe that if this once great nation will fall on their knees and turn back to God,He will postpone the hellfire that is sure to reign down on us very soon.Prayer has Power.
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11/13/2012 05:37 PM
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
Here’s the latest list of states and signature counts as of writing this. Some citizens in a few states have opened up multiple petitions for the same state.

Alaska (2,814)
Alabama (19,718)
Arizona (11,642)
Arkansas (14,384)
California (5,444)
Colorado (14,111)
Delaware (4,532)
Florida (21,129)
Georgia (19,802), Georgia (9,457)
Indiana (12,938)
Kansas (2,786)
Kentucky (12,319)
Louisiana (28,741)
Michigan (12,868)
Mississippi (12,355)
Missouri, Missouri
Montana (9,634)
Nebraska (1,879)
Nevada (5,941)
New Jersey (9,961)
New York (3,974), New York (11,084)
North Carolina (18,601)
North Dakota (8,633)
Ohio (1,010), Ohio (5,357)
Oklahoma (3,681), Oklahoma (11,013)
Oregon (10,158)
Pennsylvania (2,420), Pennsylvania (7,624)
S.C. (15,045), South Carolina (10,948)
South Dakota (1,372)
Tennessee (19,030)
Texas (70,791)
Utah (626), Utah (4,028)
Virginia (1,530)
Wyoming (4,069)
 Quoting: TTX8K82


So on average 10,000 racist idiots per state with a few outlyers being particularly dense with retards ie Lousiana and surprise surprise Texas
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you better keep sucking your kings dick and stay the hell out of this country
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11/13/2012 05:39 PM
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
350,000 is something around 1/10 of 1% of the population of the U.S.

In other words, who gives a shit? More people in America are wiping their asses each second. It's a number that means nothing.

And so . . . ?

Proves nothing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22411639


It proves that during the Revolutionary war only 3 percent actually had the man and womenhood to stand up for their cause, while the rest either sided with the enemy or remained on the sidelines siding with the winner. In this castrated society 1 percent is not a bad showing.

You have a point it does prove nothing as far as real change, but it lets us know that people are ready to take drastic measures.
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
Meanwhile, the petition asking Macy's to fire Donald Trump has 512,000 signatures ( [link to signon.org]
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11/13/2012 05:40 PM
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Where do I go to sign this petition? Please provide a link
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11/13/2012 05:43 PM
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Any comments you want to leave (summarasing this thread) for Russian-Internet-Community about this? (I'm Russian, and practically know nothing about US history and laws (only Wikipedia knowledge))
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neither do americans lol.
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11/13/2012 05:44 PM

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I would be very careful at signing any of these.

This gives a big list of political dissidents for when they come to round you up for the FEMA camps.

It is best to lay low for now so you can fight another day.
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There is absolutely no reason there has to be one Washington Dc. Dc size has remained the same and its representative slots but population has increased many times fold.
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
thats a lot of red neckers

gunna have *huge* impact on cuntry muzic

poor white tail bucks gunna git over populated as well

but at least our public school teachers can finally allow more inner city asians kids the attention they deserve on their way to becoming engineers without all the white trailer neanderthals and their brown tooth methed up pole dancing burgler parents
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12974599


Hey man, why don't you go fuck yourself with your broken dick in your fat useless ass, if it weren't for white people the blacks would have killed each other and the Latinos and Asians would be stuck in an endless gang war over who's shorter and has the most redicilous religion, my family took this country from the natives, so you're ducking welcome that you have a place to live in at all that some dude isn't trying to buy your daughter with beads. Go to hell, I'll be waiting for you with all my friends, ready to kick your teeth in and rape your mother who you died fucking
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at lest in texas, secession has nothing to do with race. Don't fall for their distractions.
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11/13/2012 05:52 PM
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Not exactly. Alot of signatures for the respective states come from people outside of that particular state. So if say 20,000 signatures appear on a signature for a respective state, approximately half of them are from people who don't live in that state so it's not really the will or desire of that many people in that particular state.

Also 350k is a really small percentage of the approximately 313 million people in this country so impressive as it sounds, it's still basically the fringe of our society and not really "the will of the people"

Just saying
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This. It's not 350,000 people because many of the signatures on the 20 or so states are duplicates, since you can vote on any of them no matter where you live.
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Maybe. And for every signer there are 10 or 50 people who feel the same way but haven't bothered to sign.
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11/13/2012 05:54 PM
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I would be very careful at signing any of these.

This gives a big list of political dissidents for when they come to round you up for the FEMA camps.

It is best to lay low for now so you can fight another day.
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Yes--because being scared of fema--the little agency taking your tax dollars--is the way to counter an oppressive environment. Because you see that works in YOUR interests. But to each his own.
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It's really pretty amazing to see how much people will delude themselves into thinking something is true simply because they desperately want it to be true. Kind of sad, really.
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posters keep saying 350K is only but a fringe
however what they don't tell you is that
only 200K took Normandy back from Hitler.

350K is enough to take back a country.

what the fvck are you waiting for ??
an invitation ??
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AND the 350,000 signatures is 50,000 less than the petition to have Trump removed as a Macy's pitchman. So . . .

there are more people upset with Trump than there are wanting to secede form the union.

So. There.

Big Fucking Deal. NOT.
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Re: More than 350,000 Americans have signed a petition to withdraw their states from the U.S.
350,000 is something around 1/10 of 1% of the population of the U.S.

In other words, who gives a shit? More people in America are wiping their asses each second. It's a number that means nothing.

And so . . . ?

Proves nothing.
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Proves you're an ass
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11/13/2012 06:06 PM
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this came off the APFN...someone who contacted their legislator

On Tue, 11/13/12, brian f > wrote:
I just got off the phone with my State Legislator and we talked about all these petitions and how they wont work but are waking people up to the idea. He wants me to put together an email about how we are going to do this and what it should say.



so whats that tell you folks???

just like OWS - theres an infiltration here....tptb have been wanting an uprising and or riots here.

petitions such as this are bullshit - only a governor can auth to secede and your govs wont do it bc of federal money.

secession comes from the respective governor.

this is shit. just a bunch of revolutiontards using virtual pickets.

dont get caught up in it. do your homework.
 Quoting: Phennommennonn

Look, eventually you're going to have to come out of your shell and stop being so terrified of your own shadow.

We ALL know that we're in a slave system that is run by corrupt psychopaths.

We ALL know that there isn't going to be a peaceful dissolution of this system.

So why does everyone curl up into a ball and cry whenever the concept of "revolution" comes forward? Why do people instantly piss themselves in fear that the "elite" might try to manipulate things?

Do you think it's a better idea to wallow in your own fear and hatred while they slowly tighten their grip?

It's time to put your faith in your fellow man rather than in the manipulative ability of the elite.

Stand together, or die alone.
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Look, eventually you're going to have to come out of your shell and stop being so terrified of your own shadow.

We ALL know that we're in a slave system that is run by corrupt psychopaths.

We ALL know that there isn't going to be a peaceful dissolution of this system.

So why does everyone curl up into a ball and cry whenever the concept of "revolution" comes forward? Why do people instantly piss themselves in fear that the "elite" might try to manipulate things?

Do you think it's a better idea to wallow in your own fear and hatred while they slowly tighten their grip?

It's time to put your faith in your fellow man rather than in the manipulative ability of the elite.

Stand together, or die alone.
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wise words from a Canuck ;)
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People are so stupid! No matter who won the election we are screwed.. the bankers and wall street own congress and thus us. Dont secede- change things..

Anyone catch this doc on PBS last night.. details how it started- corporations united in response to Nadar in the 70s and it just went to hell from there.. we are fucked unless we take back our govt and seceding isnt the answer...

[link to www.pbs.org]
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Quote from a dear friend and fellow Texan:

Can we stop being the punch line, Texans? Please. . . Were Texas to seceed from the Union,the fall out would be devastating. We are a part of the United States and the prominence these extreamly weak arguments for secession are based on ...is directly linked to our great state being a part of the United States.

A new and removed Texas would have to form their own currency, their own military force (do you have any idea how much money is invested in just Fort Hood alone?), support for a new infrastructure. . . the first hurricane that hit the coast would throw us into complete upheaval.

If there are truley 35,000 of us who want to break away then I say ya'll should take up arms and do what you can, strike out and try to take over a portion of Mexico perhaps because that is what a seceeded Texas would be, even in a best case scenario, a group of ill prepared partisan militia members fighting the Cartels and their former government just to barely make it as a third world country.

The remanining 25,639,681 citizens in Texas (as of the 2012 census, I'l bet you dimes to dog houses that number is up from then) who have remained rational and at the very damn least logical in this situation would like you all to remember the words and thoughts of Sam Houston, no truer Texan was there ever born than he, when he spoke out against secession in those years that lead up to the bloodiest and darkest hours in our countries history:

"Fellow-Citizens, in the name of your rights and liberties, which I believe have been trampled upon, I refuse to take this oath. In the name of the nationality of Texas, which has been betrayed by the Convention, I refuse to take this oath. In the name of the Constitution of Texas, I refuse to take this oath. In the name of my own conscience and manhood, which this Convention would degrade by dragging me before it, to pander to the malice of my enemies, I refuse to take this oath. I deny the power of this Convention to speak for Texas....I protest....against all the acts and doings of this convention and I declare them null and void"



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Just a little something to think about..

Cheers Y'all!
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11/13/2012 06:11 PM
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Not exactly. Alot of signatures for the respective states come from people outside of that particular state. So if say 20,000 signatures appear on a signature for a respective state, approximately half of them are from people who don't live in that state so it's not really the will or desire of that many people in that particular state.

Also 350k is a really small percentage of the approximately 313 million people in this country so impressive as it sounds, it's still basically the fringe of our society and not really "the will of the people"

Just saying
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Or, instead of looking at it as a small percentage; The whole thing just started 6 days ago and has grown to 350,000 people and growing at an incredible rate!! No small statement.

This is really quite simple, they don't really want secession! They want to be heard, and they are doing it, as is their right.
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11/13/2012 06:13 PM
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some more math

current active US Military - 150K

current active Blackwater Xe - 98K

150K + 98K = 248K

signors of the petitions = 350K

you have the mass advantage in numbers
by 102K.

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