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Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Mississippi stands firm

The governor doesn't hesitate to sign a religious liberty bill:
Mississippi's governor signed a law on Tuesday that allows public and private businesses to refuse service to gay couples based on the employers' religious beliefs.

Gov. Phil Bryant signed House Bill 1523, despite opposition from gay-rights groups and some businesses who say it enables discrimination. Some conservative and religious groups support the bill.

The measure's stated intention is to protect those who believe that marriage should be between one man and one woman, that sexual relations should only take place inside such marriages, and that male and female genders are unchangeable.

"This bill merely reinforces the rights which currently exist to the exercise of religious freedom as stated in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution," the Republican governor wrote in a statement posted to his Twitter account.

The measure allows churches, religious charities and privately held businesses to decline services to people whose lifestyles violate their religious beliefs. Individual government employees may also opt out, although the measure says governments must still provide services.

"This bill does not limit any constitutionally protected rights or actions of any citizen of this state under federal or state laws," Bryant said. "It does not attempt to challenge federal laws, even those which are in conflict with the Mississippi Constitution, as the Legislature recognizes the prominence of federal law in such limited circumstances."

Other states have considered similar legislation. North Carolina enacted a law, while governors in Georgia and South Dakota vetoed proposals.
Meanwhile, Paypal decides it's a good idea to play politics in North Carolina:
PayPal has canceled its plans to open a new global operations center in Charlotte, following passage of a North Carolina law that prevents cities from creating non-discrimination policies based on gender identity.

The measure also mandates that students in state schools use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender when they were born.

On March 23, North Carolina, in an emergency session, passed the controversial Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act. 
It's always educational to see how corporations are willing to virtue-signal on certain issues, while cheerfully doing business with some of the worst regimes on Earth at the same time.

And now various governors are getting into the act.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi. The order requires all New York State agencies, departments, boards and commissions to immediately review all requests for state funded or state sponsored travel to the state of Mississippi, and bar any such publicly funded travel that is not essential to the enforcement of state law or public health and safety.
Round Two is coming. I don't know which issue will set it off yet, but it's increasingly obvious that Round Two is on the horizon. There is no nation any longer, and the sooner the various nations inside the USA go their separate ways, preferably in peace.

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Blogger Mr.MantraMan April 06, 2016 7:16 AM  

Conservatives always on the defense (unless Trump is involved), always trying to win by strengthening their weaknesses as defined by the Left and always losing. Trump for third party.

Maybe in my lifetime I will see a social/cultural/political movement more about exploiting our strengths versus their weaknesses and occupying the strategic points of society. In the mean time its 1st or 2nd gen conflict of get on line and charge straight into the establishment's heavy cannon of "Respectability."

Blogger Old Ez April 06, 2016 7:18 AM  

Is round two a reference to a second war of northern aggression?

Anonymous Steve April 06, 2016 7:19 AM  


Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi.


All fun and games I'm sure, but isn't this the sort of political rhetoric that provoked a bunch of Southern guys to attack Fort Sumter?

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 7:21 AM  

Hotty Toddy

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 7:23 AM  

It's always educational to see how corporations are willing to virtue-signal on certain issues, while cheerfully doing business with some of the worst regimes on Earth at the same time.

NC should follow by banning PayPal transactions in the state.

Blogger Cataline Sergius April 06, 2016 7:25 AM  

Georgia on the other hand caved in big time.

Or to be exact it's Governor Nathan Deal (R) (a former Democrat who had a Road to Damascus moment in 1992 but seems to have gotten over it) went full on Cuckservative and vetoed a bill that would have provided protection for Christians who felt compelled by faith not to service Gay Weddings.

Why? Because Disney threatened to pullout of Georgia. Disney has very quietly become a full on SJW convergent zone all. Thanks largely to Bob Iger.

Disney is now making major business decisions on the basis of SJW politics.

The BOD has to be drumming it's fingers worriedly at this point. Disney isn't doing badly but there are a ton of questionable ideas that are now being implemented.

(Bob Iger) is fundamentally incapable of long range strategic vision. Disney's institutional investors are not Silicon Valley billionaires, their patience will wear very thin, very fast. I think they will shortly be sharing my opinion.

Bob Iger has to fucking go.

Blogger The Kurgan April 06, 2016 7:42 AM  

The West is definitely under siege from sea to shining sea. It is time to begin physically organising remnant organisations.
That's what I am going to start doing in my own way anyway. I know I can do it tactically. Strategically it might cost me, I don't know yet, but we'll see.
Nothing quite like face to face meatspace to see where people are willing to stand.
Internet is the place to get a sense of the temperature I suppose, so it's probably good to start there somehow.

Blogger FALPhil April 06, 2016 7:48 AM  

@2
Is round two a reference to a second war of northern aggression?

Absolutely not; it will be a war for disaggregation.

This is a victory for the right of free association. However, the feds will get involved with civil rights lawsuits. Most of you are too young to remember Lester Maddox and the Pickrick Restaurant. The federal civil rights suit, which abused the interstate commerce clause in the constitution, effectively shut down the right of free association in the USA. I suspect it will be the case law to go after Mississippi.

And, somehow I seriously doubt that Mississippians will be crying over fewer New Yorkers coming to their state.

Blogger Michael O'Duibhir April 06, 2016 7:52 AM  

"There is no nation any longer, and the sooner the various nations inside the USA go their separate ways, preferably in peace."

Amen to that. But how?

Anonymous Fried Baloney April 06, 2016 7:52 AM  

"And, somehow I seriously doubt that Mississippians will be crying over fewer New Yorkers coming to their state."

Exactly. Anything to keep the damn yankees away.

Anonymous VFM #6306 April 06, 2016 7:52 AM  

Mississippi thinks..."Bonus."

Blogger James Dixon April 06, 2016 7:54 AM  

> Meanwhile, Paypal decides it's a good idea to play politics in North Carolina:

As I told my wife, a 5% tax on all Paypal transactions which originate or terminate in NC seems called for. These companies need to be reminded that they are government created entities.

> And now various governors are getting into the act.

Well, I would boycott NY in retaliation, but since the only reason I'm ever in NY is to go to Canada, which is maybe once every 10 years or so, that's not really an option.

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 7:54 AM  

Amen to that. But how?

The South will rise again.

We don't give a damn what happens to the rest of y'all.

Blogger FALPhil April 06, 2016 8:00 AM  

@10
Exactly. Anything to keep the damn yankees away.

Mississippi has other convergence issues, however. Right now, in Hattiesburg, a pastor of a large PCA church is agitating for a denomination-wide white guilt admission in what has to be the least discriminatory protestant denomination in North America.

So, the lesson is, when you think you have victory, look around, there are SJWs everywhere, and they won't stop until they are all squashed.

Anonymous Fried Baloney April 06, 2016 8:10 AM  

Ok, I'll bite. WTF are you talking about, Phil?

Blogger Sherwood family April 06, 2016 8:11 AM  

Somebody needs to start compiling a list. A list of companies, corporate personnel, public figures, etc. that have thrown their support behind efforts to normalize perversion and to force the rest of us to take part in celebrating evil.


That list needs to be ranked from most influential to least and then we need to start digging up the dirt on these people and exposing them to the light of day until their influence is destroyed.

The same way that chick from Nintendo was shown to the world to be an apologist for pedos and driven into the wilderness.

Anonymous STFU April 06, 2016 8:23 AM  

There is no nation any longer,

You really should get out more, or at minimum, set foot in the US sometime to make statements like that.

In the last 12 months, travelled to MS and NY (not to mention KS, MO, TN, NC, TX, WA, CA, GA, AL, etc... etc...)

And you know what, there is a homogeneousness that crosses state lines and regions and ethnicities in this nation found no where else on earth. And that is pretty amazing given the population size and diversity and actual landmass size here. But you wouldn't know any of that so STFU.

Blogger Phillip George April 06, 2016 8:40 AM  

homogenous diversity - that's quite a case you make STFU. Like "two dogs .......ing"/
shut up he argued.

The train is really fine, was a month long joke here.

If you had an argument, by the way, I'd feel compelled to reply, but in the absence of any I'm merely responding.

Anonymous Eric the Red April 06, 2016 8:41 AM  

Instead of writing a law that says businesses may discriminate according to the religious beliefs of the owners, North Carolina has to try an indirect approach with a "law that prevents cities from creating non-discrimination policies based on gender identity". Whether it will actually work or not is anybody's guess.

This society has gotten to the point where even when we win, we lose.

Blogger FALPhil April 06, 2016 8:45 AM  

@15
Ok, I'll bite. WTF are you talking about, Phil?

Rev. Sean Lucas at First Pres (PCA) has guilted his session into offering a denomination pronouncement of guilt with respect to race. You can read it here.

The part that rubs me the wrong way is

Whereas, many of our conservative Presbyterian churches at the time not only failed to support the Civil Rights movement, but actively worked against racial reconciliation in both church and society; and

...

Whereas, our denomination’s continued unwillingness to speak truthfully about our failure to seek justice and to love mercy during the Civil Rights era significantly hinders present-day efforts for reconciliation with our African American brothers and sisters;


For which I can find no evidence other than that which is anecdotal and circumstantial.

It boils down to a distraction. I have been to more than a few PCA services over the last 35 years, and every one has had multiple races in the congregation. The fact that the PCA is overwhelmingly white is a product of the theological appeal to educated people; the PCA demographic includes a higher percentage of professionals and business owners than any other protestant denomination. The fact that it is overwhelmingly white is also irrelevant to how its adherents live out the gospel.

I suspect that there is a smidgen of self-aggrandizement going on here. The logic does not add up. But then, when does SJW ";ogic" ever add up?

Blogger James Dixon April 06, 2016 8:46 AM  

> In the last 12 months, travelled to MS and NY (not to mention KS, MO, TN, NC, TX, WA, CA, GA, AL, etc... etc...) ... And you know what, there is a homogeneousness that crosses state lines and regions and ethnicities in this nation...

I've been in most of those states, plus more than a dozen others you don't mention. You're wrong.

> ... found no where else on earth.

Because your travels in the US make you such an authority on the rest of the world, right?

Anonymous NorthernHamlet April 06, 2016 8:47 AM  

STFU,

You clearly missed the intense dislike southerners have for yanks. And I mean intense.

Blogger paradox April 06, 2016 8:49 AM  

GA, NC, and Mississippi. All states that were part of the Confederacy. Can we stop calling it white nationalism and correctly label it Southern Nationalism, now?

Blogger YIH April 06, 2016 8:54 AM  

Cataline Sergius:
Disney has very quietly become a full on SJW convergent zone all. Thanks largely to (((Bob Iger))).
Not that quietly. I worked for them in the past. They were ''gay friendly'' long before other companies started bragging about it. Their employment ads have long included ''we support all forms of sexual orientation as part of commitment to diversity''.
Now that ''trans rights'' are the latest frontier, Disney is fully on board.
Though I doubt you'll see unisex/trans allowed restrooms at any of their theme parks anytime soon. Too, um, problematic (as in keeping pervs away from kids), shall we say.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 8:57 AM  

@7 it has been happening for years. Not to get too apocalyptic, but there is something happening in Christian America - not the Churchians. It is not the Hal Lindsey Rapture narrative, but the feeling something is coming. Lots are leaving the liberal areas and are getting interested in prepping, not doomsday but more specifically against a societal breakdown or disaster. When the government can't keep order (read Victoria or other 4gw). When the financial system breaks and the magic plastic cards don't work. Joseph the Patriarch style.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 8:59 AM  

In the last 12 months, travelled to MS and NY (not to mention KS, MO, TN, NC, TX, WA, CA, GA, AL, etc... etc...) ... 
let me guess, college campi?

Anonymous ZhukovG April 06, 2016 9:01 AM  

Deo Vindice.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 9:01 AM  

The problem with trying to call an SJW out for lying is that they don't think truth exists.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 9:03 AM  

That should be pointed out - Boycott Disney until they have a trans-restroom policy. Black-knighting opportunities abound.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr April 06, 2016 9:05 AM  

Secede, hell. It'll be a war of retribution. The urban Left has no idea how angry rural conservatives are with the arrogance of the Left. Arrogance, and the demand to shove their bigotries down everybody else's throat.

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 9:11 AM  

And you know what, there is a homogeneousness that crosses state lines and regions and ethnicities in this nation found no where else on earth.

You really should get out more, or at minimum, set foot in Europe, Asia, or Africa sometime to make statements like that.

OpenID dantealiegri April 06, 2016 9:14 AM  

The companies will drop their support quickly when substantial resistance is met.

It looks formidable now, but those that run them understand the bottom line.

Blogger The Hammer April 06, 2016 9:14 AM  

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Blogger The Hammer April 06, 2016 9:17 AM  

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi.

Damn Yankees shoot first. Thank you for this tactic Governor Cuomo. Now the question is, which Republican state legislatures and governors have the balls to respond in kind?

Blogger Joe Doakes April 06, 2016 9:19 AM  

Why doesn't a state government ban on doing business with another state, violate the interstate commerce clause?

Anonymous The OASF April 06, 2016 9:23 AM  

"Round Two is coming. I don't know which issue will set it off yet, but it's increasingly obvious that Round Two is on the horizon. There is no nation any longer, and the sooner the various nations inside the USA go their separate ways, preferably in peace."

I would bet all the tea in China that carry/conceal permits being recognized in some States and not others will be the issue - probably brought before the Supreme Court since it involves firearm transportation across State lines. In fact, one of the organized activities of a major biker association that I was involved with was to educate members on the various carry/conceal laws for the States and how to obtain permits. Anyone who is in the biker world knows what a disaster this is... on long rides through various States. And to say nothing about those who routinely cross the, for example, PA/NY border for simple things such as groceries.

With a gun-grabbing Justice about to be named, I can see State issued carry/conceal permits being outlawed by SC ruling, thus essentially banning firearms in all public places.

Blogger Michael O'Duibhir April 06, 2016 9:25 AM  

But will Tel Aviv permit the Balkanization of America?

Anonymous Athor Pel April 06, 2016 9:25 AM  

Being a Southerner is a funny thing. I grew up in Arkansas, the Ozarks of NW Arkansas to be exact. I've always thought of myself as a Southerner, but more than that I knew I was a hillbilly and a son of hillbillies. I have circumstantial evidence that ancestors of mine rode with Quantrill.

Like I said, I've always thought of myself as a Southerner. Then I meet someone like Nate, who moves the line far into the southernmost states. Which obviously excludes me and several million others from ever claiming to be Southerners. Who knew I was this close to being a damned yankee, I know I didn't.

My job has me living in southern Texas for the last few years and in that time I've met people that consider anyone living north of I-10 to be yankees.

Being a Southerner is a funny thing.

Blogger Rusty Fife April 06, 2016 9:26 AM  

Steve wrote:

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi.


All fun and games I'm sure, but isn't this the sort of political rhetoric that provoked a bunch of Southern guys to attack Fort Sumter?


No, it was the Act of War caused by Lincoln reenforcing foreign troops at the garrison controlling Charleston Harbor.

Anonymous STFU April 06, 2016 9:27 AM  

Josh, that has not been my experience in Europe, Asia and Africa. For example, Nuremburg and Hanover feel like they are in different countries even with a more homogeneous population than, say, Birmingham AL and Albany NY.

Similarly with Arusha and Dodoma...

Anonymous STFU April 06, 2016 9:30 AM  

Athor Pel; don't let Texans fool you, they are really Midwesterners.

Blogger Rusty Fife April 06, 2016 9:34 AM  

Athor Pel wrote:

I've met people that consider anyone living north of I-10 to be yankees.


We've met?

Anonymous BigGayKoreanBarbequer April 06, 2016 9:38 AM  

Just remember the leader of the Charrlote group pushing for men to be in women's bathrooms is a registered convicted child sex offender named Chad Sevearance-Turner
http://winteryknight.com/2016/03/31/convicted-sex-offender-crafted-north-carolina-lgbt-bathroom-bill/
http://www.gaypatriot.net/2016/03/09/lgbtq-person-loses-job-because-of-intolerant-bigots/
"Sevearance-Turner was arrested in 1998, when he was 20, and charged in Cherokee County, S.C., with a “lewd act, committing or attempting a lewd act upon a child under 16.”

Blogger Thomas Howard April 06, 2016 9:39 AM  

Comment of the day . . . and the day is still so young.

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 9:39 AM  

Wait I thought everyone south of I-10 was Mexican...

Blogger The Hammer April 06, 2016 9:42 AM  

@38, historically, there at least 4-5 distinct nations/ethnic groups from different areas of Britain that established cultures here between the Northerners and the Southerners' "borders". And one could say some of them have to split into further ethnicities/nations in the interim.

OpenID denektenorsk April 06, 2016 9:42 AM  

It's always educational to see how corporations are willing to virtue-signal on certain issues, while cheerfully doing business with some of the worst regimes on Earth at the same time.

They better look to the future - if they piss off every fly over state where will they bilk public subsidies from? It's not like California can afford them.

Anonymous Alexander, #10 April 06, 2016 9:46 AM  

If I were an Alabaman or a Mississippian, I'd give thanks every day that Atlanta is in Georgia. Oh, if only...

That being said, North Carolina also has urban liberal centers, and they didn't fold like bitches.

Atlanta: first time was a tragedy, second time will be a celebration.

Blogger Thomas Howard April 06, 2016 9:46 AM  

I draw the northern boundary at the Red River. I-10 bounds the south.

Blogger Nate April 06, 2016 9:55 AM  

"Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi. "

We in alabama would like to petition Mr Cuomo to add our fine state to this noble list as well. Please. We really don't want your dumb yankee asses down here.

Blogger Nate April 06, 2016 9:56 AM  

"Atlanta: first time was a tragedy, second time will be a celebration."

correct. This time we will likely kick the whole thing off by burning Atlanta ourselves.

Blogger Nate April 06, 2016 9:59 AM  

"Round Two is coming. I don't know which issue will set it off yet, but it's increasingly obvious that Round Two is on the horizon. There is no nation any longer, and the sooner the various nations inside the USA go their separate ways, preferably in peace."

Nothing puts a spring in my step like southron independence first thing in the morning.

Anonymous map April 06, 2016 10:04 AM  

Hmmmm...

Interesting moves by Paypal, Coke and Disney.

The problem is that these are publicly traded companies whose management are employees and who are bound by fiduciary duty to the shareholders to maximize profits as much as possible.

Leaving Georgia or North Carolina for SJW reasons does not look like a fiduciary duty to the shareholders.

Tell me...do Georgia and North Carolina have state pension funds that invest in Disney, Paypal and Coke? Do citizens in Georgia and North Carolina have investments in these companies?

Maybe the Georgia and North Carolina States attorneys need to be directed to bring charges against the management teams of these companies? Maybe greater taxation on their products is necessary? After all, caffeinated sugar water, semi-pornographic movies and insecure financial transaction systems are very bad for people.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 April 06, 2016 10:10 AM  

Get ready for Republicans to approve a Supreme Court nominee this summer.

And then get ready for anti-racism to officially be declared as requiring to do business with everyone, even the outright thieves. This has long been the policy in Starbucks, by the way.

Blogger Nate April 06, 2016 10:12 AM  

"Leaving Georgia or North Carolina for SJW reasons does not look like a fiduciary duty to the shareholders."

actually all corporations... even private ones... the officers are legally bound to act in the best interest of the corporation.

I would love to know how this is in the best interest of the corporation.

OpenID dantealiegri April 06, 2016 10:15 AM  

Nate, you can spin anything to the best interest of the corporation - you can say that "the demographics of the US is changing and we are positioning ACME corp for the future".

Anonymous BGKB April 06, 2016 10:17 AM  

PayPal has canceled its plans to open a new global operations center in Charlotte, following Showing up on site and noticing how bad the black crime is.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi

Big sacrifice there, what work related service could Mississippi have that couldn't be done 1000 miles closer?

Conservatives always on the defense (unless Trump is involved), always trying to win by strengthening their weaknesses as defined

If you want to prove hypocrisy start campaigns to undo domestic partner benefits as they are no longer needed because of gay marriage. Say its the corporations fiduciary duty to not waste money of GLBT that are not willing to marry. If people want the benefits have them risk alimony.

stfu> In the last 12 months, travelled to MS and NY (not to mention KS, MO, TN, NC, TX, WA, CA, GA, AL, etc

I have been in most of those states and you are wrong. You must be a truck driver and pick up the same illegal alien rough trade everywhere you go. Blacks & Mexicans are pretty much the same & for that matter Cubans are in a positive way, but whites have different cultures noticeable even state by state. I should point out that I used to be a health care traveler doing 13week contracts and always stayed within 1/2 hour of a gay bar. I have also been to the UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Czech, Italy, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Mexico, & Canada.

They were ''gay friendly'' long before other companies started bragging about it.

World AIDS day is the official gay day for Disney, nothing tacky about celebrating it.

Anonymous Golden Flowers April 06, 2016 10:18 AM  

The American Taliban continues to push their version of Christian Sharia Law.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents April 06, 2016 10:18 AM  

@21 FALPhil
Rev. Sean Lucas at First Pres (PCA) has guilted his session into offering a denomination pronouncement of guilt with respect to race. You can read it here.


Lemme guess, Sean Lucas is a Boomer, amirite?

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents April 06, 2016 10:21 AM  

YIH
Disney They were ''gay friendly'' long before other companies started bragging about it.

When did "Gay Day" start being a thing at Disneyland? Was it the 90's, or the 80's?

Anonymous BGKB April 06, 2016 10:23 AM  

OT: CA raids PPGATER's home: California authorities raid home of anti-Planned Parenthood Filmmaker. “Authorities seized a laptop and multiple hard drives from his Orange County apartment, Daleiden said in an email. The equipment contained all of the video Daleiden had filmed as part of his 30-month project, ‘including some very damning footage that has yet to be released to the public,’ he said.”
http://www.gaypatriot.net/2016/04/06/the-state-cracks-down-on-a-dissident/

Blogger JaimeInTexas April 06, 2016 10:24 AM  

@39 Rusty Fife
I was going to reply to @3 Steve April but you beat me to the punch.

The plan to resupply Sumter originally was POTUS Buchanan. Lincoln executed the plan but with added armed escort, to deliberately provoke South Carolina.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 10:25 AM  

America 1956 v.s. 2016
While my ideas on Government are still libertarian, there is a cost to creatively destroying society - Women working, Children being turned into dump, feral animals by the public schools, changing careers several times instead of being able to get a job where the husband can raise a family, and the worst might be occasional layoffs, and they could retire with a pension. Back when the money was sound and interest rates were small and varied very little.
What is the cost of instability or even chaos?
Is the inability to calculate prices and quantities any less going to cause a failure as it did under socialism but is there because of crony capitalist chaos of the banks and financial systems

Blogger James Dixon April 06, 2016 10:26 AM  

> Nate, you can spin anything to the best interest of the corporation - you can say that "the demographics of the US is changing and we are positioning ACME corp for the future".

You can, but will a court agree? Shareholder lawsuits are not a good thing for the bottom line. Not to mention minor things like changes in the board that can result from such concerns.

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 10:37 AM  

Question for the crowd: Steve Sailer has proposed the GOP rebrand the Democrats as The Black Party in an attempt to win over Asians and Hispanics. Given the yuge uproar over RFRL, would a pivot to branding the Democrats as The Gay and Tranny Party be even more effective?

Blogger Student in Blue April 06, 2016 10:41 AM  

Like I said, I've always thought of myself as a Southerner. Then I meet someone like Nate, who moves the line far into the southernmost states. Which obviously excludes me and several million others from ever claiming to be Southerners.

Welcome to Appalachia.

Blogger Alexander April 06, 2016 10:51 AM  

Curiously, I have yet to hear one SJW say something along the lines of:

While I disapprove of sex-defined bathrooms, and would demand that the states require everyone to cater to homomarriage... I cannot condone corporations strong-arming the political process, as 'money out of politics' is a principle I always stand b-

Oh wait. SJW law number 1. Never mind.

Blogger dc.sunsets April 06, 2016 10:51 AM  

I don't know which issue will set it off yet

Is it "an issue," or the eventual and/or looming financial/economic apocalypse that will put previously white, employed, middle-class guys into the "nothing left to lose" camp?

People remain pretty docile when an arrest for even disorderly conduct could set off a cascade that begins with "lose job," then passes through "lose house" on its way to "lose wife and kids."

No job? Amassing bills? Wife and kids staring at you over a meager meal? Your guy Trump got backstabbed and President Ryan is on TeeVee, arms around Oprah, and the heads of BLM and La Raza?

Blogger Jon M April 06, 2016 10:54 AM  

Doakes: The interstate commerce clause takes a back seat to emanations and penumbras. See also, the tenth ammenment, free association, and (if they get their way), the second ammendment.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 10:54 AM  

@51, I'm trying to remember the southern city that burned brightly for a few milliseconds in "Victoria".

It isn't that the South will rise again, it never sank, and as the rest of the country sinks around it, it will just look like it is rising. As will a surprising number of other places in the country.

Meanwhile Lots are leaving CA

Blogger Rusty Fife April 06, 2016 10:55 AM  

Student in Blue wrote:Like I said, I've always thought of myself as a Southerner. Then I meet someone like Nate, who moves the line far into the southernmost states. Which obviously excludes me and several million others from ever claiming to be Southerners.

Welcome to Appalachia.


No kidding. It is why there are at least three different regional terms used to describe various Southerners (loosely defined as south of Maryland): rednecks, hillbillies, and cowboys.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 10:56 AM  

@68 - It was I think a 1937 decision that gave us "The Butterfly Effect" definition of the commerce clause.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 10:58 AM  

@70 Appalachia and The Deep South are related but distinct

Anonymous A Visitor April 06, 2016 10:58 AM  

Good luck to Mississippi and North Carolina! Here in Indiana Pence buckled under pressure from the homo lobby and the General Assembly gutted the bill, re-passed it, and he signed it hastily in to law.

I LOOVE that non-essential state travel. It reminds me of the State Department's consular information sheets on various countries. It reads a bit like the travel warnings warning against all but essential travel or not to travel to a certain country.

"Round Two is coming. I don't know which issue will set it off yet, but it's increasingly obvious that Round Two is on the horizon. There is no nation any longer, and the sooner the various nations inside the USA go their separate ways, preferably in peace."

I'm sure our side would love to go in peace. It's the other side that may want to hold it together by force.

@5 That'd be genius!

@12 Why anyone would live there (the entire state) is beyond me. I went to NYC twice...talk about a hellhole. I have friend doing a PhD at Syracuse and is itching to get back home to Texas.

@21 I've been in several of those states (KS, TX, CA, GA, AL) and lived in two for extended periods of time TX and CA. Damn right he's dead wrong.

@41 HA!!!!! I am a Midwesterner and lived in Texas for two years. Son, the real Texans are no Midwesterners!

"This time we will likely kick the whole thing off by burning Atlanta ourselves."

@51 You're black?

@60 Politically motivated...nah!!!!

Blogger The Remnant April 06, 2016 11:01 AM  

Amazing. It should be the case that businesses are free to refrain from interacting with or employing anyone on ANY basis. The Mississippi bill is a very small step in that direction, yet it has provoked a virulent backlash. Most Americans fear and hate freedom, period.

Anonymous Credo in Unum Deum April 06, 2016 11:02 AM  

Whatever happened to "We reserve the right to refuse service."? Or even "We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone, at anytime, for any reason."

If someone doesn't want to bake a damn cake, then they SHOULDN'T HAVE to bake a damn cake!

Who in their right mind is going to eat a cake, or any food for that matter, that the cook/chef was FORCED to make? A good rule for life: Don't mess with people who handle your food!

If someone doesn't want to serve me because I am Catholic, then so be it. I will take my business elsewhere and let the free market decide. From a purely capitalistic perspective, (Think: The Ferengi from DS9.) the one and only deciding factor for determining your customers should be whether someone has money or not. If they do, then Halleluja! Milk 'em for all they're worth! If they don't, throw 'em outside to toil in the wilderness.

Unfortunately, we don't live in a purely capitalistic society, and people have the right to be left the hell alone and not participate in things they don't agree with. If they don't want to serve black people, they should be able to refuse service. If they don't like Evangelical Christians, they should be allowed to kick them out of their business. If they don't like one-legged, left-handed midget Hawaiians, then they should be allowed to not serve them too.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 11:03 AM  

I'm in the Far, interior West:
The interior West was actually one of the last areas of the country to be settled, even after the West Coast. It took aggressive pioneers to do so, especially since the area needed to be cleared of much of its Native population (who, having the longest time to adapt to Europeans, were best able to resist the invaders). The Wild West was born of these people, where only the toughest survived.
We cleared it once and have generally kept it clear. The left coasters would have trouble getting over the mountains if there wasn't some disaster and they were tolerated as tourists.

Blogger FALPhil April 06, 2016 11:04 AM  

@58
Lemme guess, Sean Lucas is a Boomer, amirite?

Don't think so. Born in the early '70s. But he is a yankee. That probably accounts for it.

Anonymous Hoppes #9 April 06, 2016 11:04 AM  

Hey Sothrons, if my roots are in Western PA but my girls were born in TN, can they be considered anchor babies for admission to the new Sothron Confederacy?

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 11:08 AM  

As to Disney, I expect a coordinated attack of ISIS terrorists in rainbow burkahs concealing suicide long-coats, and an AK47 with extra clips.
We'll see how well the princesses can defend themselves.
Annie Oakley will never be a Disney Princess.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 11:08 AM  

@78 only if they are in crinolines.

Anonymous Mr. Rational April 06, 2016 11:13 AM  

Athor Pel wrote:Being a Southerner is a funny thing.
Barbecue-signalling.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 11:17 AM  

This is the UNZ.COM "American Nations" article with the culture, maps, comments about behavioral genetics, etc.
And JayMan's blog posts, many appeared on Unz

OpenID bc64a9f8-765e-11e3-8683-000bcdcb2996 April 06, 2016 11:25 AM  

I'm thinking PayPal was NOT going to get all those sweet, sweet, tax and zoning, and "workforce" housing "exemptions" that are DEMANDED as a matter of form in such endeavors.
Bah! Those grapes are sour anyway!
CaptDMO

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 11:26 AM  

Hey Sothrons, if my roots are in Western PA but my girls were born in TN, can they be considered anchor babies for admission to the new Sothron Confederacy?

How hot are they?

Anonymous Hoppes #9 April 06, 2016 11:30 AM  

RE Josh: Good catches for righteous men.

Anonymous paradox April 06, 2016 11:30 AM  

Mr. Rational

Barbecue-signalling


That depends on what you mean by BBQ. Yankees call fixing hamburgers and hotdogs on a grill a BBQ. We call that grilling. BBQ is the smoking process done to pork, chicken, and ribs.

Blogger Michael Maier April 06, 2016 11:31 AM  

Ugh... So sick of hearing about gays any more.

Between the constant SJW BS, hearing and seeing them prance about like faggy little girls in real life and shite like this, I am really all for Muslims pitching them off rooftops.

DEVGAME's next game project should be a JIHAD FPS sim: hacking, stones and burning alive queers and other infidels. You have to unlock liberal shitholes like NYC and SF.

It would be a laugh riot.

Blogger James Dixon April 06, 2016 11:37 AM  

> Why anyone would live there (the entire state) is beyond me. I went to NYC twice...talk about a hellhole.

Like I said, it's the quickest way into Canada. But the western part of the state is actually rather nice until you get up near Buffalo.

Blogger tz April 06, 2016 11:40 AM  

IIRC, there is only one abortion clinic left in Mississippi, and it is only open a few days a week, staffed by outsiders and I think there is a lawsuit keeping it open because they aren't compliant with state medical requirements. It was overshadowed by Texas latest restrictions.

Blogger RobertT April 06, 2016 12:08 PM  

"Meanwhile, Paypal decides it's a good idea to play politics in North Carolina."

This reminds me of the time Mensa switch their intended move to Denver from NYC as punishment of state legislation (long overturned) allowing people to refuse to rent to homosexuals. Mensa chose TX instead. Out of the frying pan, ... Mensa is SJW Central HQ. A bunch of high iq people sitting around a coal stove in the back room of a country store in Vermont railing about the injustices in the world. Honestly I was pretty disappointed at the average run-of-the-mill Mensan.

Blogger RobertT April 06, 2016 12:08 PM  

"Meanwhile, Paypal decides it's a good idea to play politics in North Carolina."

This reminds me of the time Mensa switch their intended move to Denver from NYC as punishment of state legislation (long overturned) allowing people to refuse to rent to homosexuals. Mensa chose TX instead. Out of the frying pan, ... Mensa is SJW Central HQ. A bunch of high iq people sitting around a coal stove in the back room of a country store in Vermont railing about the injustices in the world. Honestly I was pretty disappointed at the average run-of-the-mill Mensan.

Anonymous Gen. Kong April 06, 2016 12:10 PM  

Cataline Sergius:
Why? Because Disney threatened to pullout of Georgia. Disney has very quietly become a full on SJW convergent zone all. Thanks largely to Bob Iger.

The convergence was already well under way under the reign of (((Michael Eisner))). (((Bob Eiger))) was able to complete the convergence with ease once Roy Disney passed from this mortal coil. The above are magic echoes of course which are far more powerful than magic dirt, equality, free trade and similar utopian-unicornian notions which form part of the core sales-pitch of the echo chamber, which invariably boils down to the original essential that shit is gold and gold is shit. Nothing remarkable about this at all of course (it's been going on for at least 2000 years, probably longer). The genuinely remarkable thing is how many of the cattle and sheep (supposedly put on earth for the echo chamber's pleasure by its spiritual diety) continue to fall for it over and over again. I expect the Chinese will be the next to fall for the spiel in great number. They do not appear to be very astute observers of the present collapse of what was once known as Christendom.

Now fully converged, it should not surprise anyone with the eyes to see if (((Disney))) offered special days for Musloids only, with no homosexuality or any of the other freakshow characteristic of SJWs (just brothels of hairless white boys for the pleasure of the muhajedin and Repuke donors with a special guest appearance by Narco Foamio). White Christians will likely scream "double-standard" but they still won't get it. There is really only a single standard (and has always been so, just like the Gods of the Copybook Headings): YT must die.

Blogger FALPhil April 06, 2016 12:25 PM  

@86
That depends on what you mean by BBQ. Yankees call fixing hamburgers and hotdogs on a grill a BBQ. We call that grilling. BBQ is the smoking process done to pork, chicken, and ribs.

This.

Thanks for pointing it out.

Blogger John Williams April 06, 2016 12:27 PM  

NC should follow by banning PayPal transactions in the state.
What's the conservative alternative to PayPal? If there isn't one, one needs to be created.

Anonymous Gen. Kong April 06, 2016 12:33 PM  

"Sevearance-Turner was arrested in 1998, when he was 20, and charged in Cherokee County, S.C., with a “lewd act, committing or attempting a lewd act upon a child under 16."

Looks like a fine candidate for RNC head once Rinse retires into the Boys' Towne Bathhouse of Repukedom - Repukes, being 'conservative' practice the B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Boy) rule. Either that or the next pope after Bathhouse Barry-O. (Lady Gaga really needs to be next Archbitch of Canterbury).

Anonymous Gen. Kong April 06, 2016 12:42 PM  

@75.

Freedom of association was abolished with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and more completely abolished (for certain folks) with subsequent amendments and renewals - all voted for overwhelmingly by the alleged "opposition" party and interpreted by Marxist blackrobes rubber-stamped by the "opposition" party (hundreds under Housenigga Hussein alone). Ann Barnhardt is correct: There is no rule of law. Like the currency, it's fiat law.

Blogger DBSFF April 06, 2016 12:47 PM  

LOL. Cuomo loves UAE, which has the death penalty for gays. http://bit.ly/1qs5R2S.

Blogger Rusty Fife April 06, 2016 12:56 PM  

FALPhil wrote:@86

That depends on what you mean by BBQ. Yankees call fixing hamburgers and hotdogs on a grill a BBQ. We call that grilling. BBQ is the smoking process done to pork, chicken, and ribs.

This.

Thanks for pointing it out.


To the inducted, cooking with fire has as many words as Markuu has for 'snow'.

Blogger The Hammer April 06, 2016 12:58 PM  

@72.

I'm currently halfway through Woodward's book and am enjoying it. I've just started on this early American history stuff, so not taking any of it as Gospel yet, except for historical migration patterns he cites. Obviously we both disagree with him about genetics not being an influence. So your UNZ article is appreciated in that regard.

He has mentioned in the middle chapter I just read that some Virginians were a part of Greater Appalachia's westward migration from the actual mountains.

I noticed the four areas of migrant groups from the British isles graphic in your UNZ article show some of the English and the Welsh went to Virginia and Lowland South. Did some of these make up part of Greater Appalachia? I identify most with it, but am not Scots-Irish. Mostly English, and I know some of my first American ancestors were in Virginia.

Present-day, there may be more than one Appalachian nation, it seems to me. I know Nate has expressed disagreement with Woodward's map, and he's more historically informed than I am.

Anonymous Anonymous April 06, 2016 12:58 PM  

53 Map

Coca cola are exposing themselves to a lot of risk by playing this game. Take their interference in politics on this issue and show it to consumers in Latin America, Africa and Asia through some aggressive internet memes and collaboration with local traditionalist politicians. See what it does to their market share.

AKAHorace

Anonymous szIlk April 06, 2016 12:58 PM  

@58 and @77,

I was in college with Mr. Lucas back in the early '90, so can confirm that he is not a Boomer.

Blogger Kyle Kiernan April 06, 2016 1:05 PM  

Growing up in Florida we always wanted a way to keep New Yorkers out of Florida. Man's a genius. sign us up for some of that.

Anonymous Closehauled April 06, 2016 1:30 PM  

There is no nation any longer, and the sooner the various nations inside the USA go their separate ways, preferably in peace.

I proposed to 2 liberal friends (separately) that we divide the nation into two. At this point they are interested but when I add:
- You can have all the immigrants you want on your half plus the illegal ones our half is removing
- You will NEVER be allowed to live in our half, even if your life is in danger

It was all cool until I got to the second point. The second point made them briefly think long term which doesn't happen often. They didn't much care for the modest proposal after that.

Blogger DBSFF April 06, 2016 1:47 PM  

Or rather, it's ambiguous if the UAE has the death penalty for gays. Homosexuality is illegal, though.

Anonymous Discard April 06, 2016 1:52 PM  

17. STFU: If a Mexican travels from bario to bario across the country, he might feel that the U.S. is one big bario. And if a middle class White SJW travels from boutique town to boutique town, they might say that people all over the country are SJWs. If I were to travel to all the National Parks, I might think that the country is jam-packed with nature lovers.
So, STFU, why do you travel to these places and who do you meet?

Anonymous Discard April 06, 2016 1:56 PM  

38. Athor Pei: Some Southerners remind me of those hard core Nordicists that limit Whiteness to Germans, Scandinavians, and English.

Anonymous Joseph April 06, 2016 2:01 PM  

"Preferably in peace," indeed.

Are you, Vox, planning on returning to the States, perhaps after a split?

While I agree with most of your views, I'm suspicious of someone pontificating from the sidelines....

Blogger Forbes April 06, 2016 2:18 PM  

Seems to me Gov. Cuomo should ban all non-essential, state-paid travel anywhere. Why is the state paying for non-essential travel. Reads like nothing more than virtue-signaling by Cuomo.

Blogger Bibliotheca Servare April 06, 2016 2:22 PM  

He didn't have off site backups? What the hell kind of idjit... Aside from that...christ, these fuckers aren't even bothering to pretend that they aren't abusing their power nowadays. I'm dying to know the justification for issuing a warrant. There isn't enough rope to hang all these bastards...we need to make more.

Anonymous BGKB April 06, 2016 2:34 PM  

Take their interference in politics on this issue and show it to consumers in Latin America, Africa and Asia through some aggressive internet memes and collaboration with local traditionalist politicians. See what it does to their market share.

Showing gays the speech Obama gave to black clergy a week before the 2012 election where he promised them gay marriage wouldn't happen, didn't have any effect. As someone else wrote "Oh you are Polish jews, no wonder they kill you, we are German jews"

Anonymous A.B. Prosper April 06, 2016 2:39 PM  

Round Two is now my preferred term for the End of the Union

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 2:54 PM  

@48 Alexander, #10

Atlanta: first time was a tragedy, second time will be a celebration.
---

Heh, at least break the grip of the DINDUs on Atlanta.

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 3:02 PM  

@64 Josh

would a pivot to branding the Democrats as The Gay and Tranny Party be even more effective?
---

Yes, because the brothers don't like the gays and trannies from what i've seen.

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 3:09 PM  

@78 Hoppes #9

Hey Sothrons, if my roots are in Western PA but my girls were born in TN, can they be considered anchor babies for admission to the new Sothron Confederacy?
---

None of you can run for President here

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 3:12 PM  

@86 paradox

That depends on what you mean by BBQ. Yankees call fixing hamburgers and hotdogs on a grill a BBQ. We call that grilling. BBQ is the smoking process done to pork, chicken, and ribs.
---

Now you made me hungry. I saw a BBQ place near by and I'm going there now :P

Blogger Josh April 06, 2016 3:14 PM  

I had bbq pork sammiches for lunch today

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 3:18 PM  

@99 The Hammer

I know Nate has expressed disagreement with Woodward's map, and he's more historically informed than I am.
---

I don't know his disagreement. But eyeballing the map, I don't see how they take away northern Alabama from the south.

Anonymous Hoppes #9 April 06, 2016 3:18 PM  

RE: None of you can run for President here.

Even if we can show kinship to Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson and pass an essay test about the greatest American general ever - Nathan Bedford Forrest?

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 3:19 PM  

@101 Kyle Kiernan

Growing up in Florida we always wanted a way to keep New Yorkers out of Florida. Man's a genius. sign us up for some of that.
---

I lived there in Florida for many years too. It's the prime target for the Yankees. Then they move half way back and that's where the term halfbacks came from.

It was always startling to go to a convenience store and have all these old men sound just like Bernout Sanders.

Blogger Feather Blade April 06, 2016 3:24 PM  

I think that we can all applaud North Carolina for taking definitive measures to protect vulnerable women and children from being exploited by predatory [sarc]straight white males that, as we all know[/sarc], could take advantage of the transgender bathroom permissions to find new victims.

Blogger FALPhil April 06, 2016 3:32 PM  

@117

Even if we can show kinship to Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson and pass an essay test about the greatest American general ever - Nathan Bedford Forrest?

Lt. Gen Forrest is one of the reasons I drink Old Forester bourbon. It is named after him even though the spelling is different. Another reason is that it is good bourbon. Woodford Reserve is merely single barrel Old Forester.

Blogger SirHamster April 06, 2016 3:38 PM  

Hoppes #9 wrote:RE: None of you can run for President here.

Even if we can show kinship to Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson and pass an essay test about the greatest American general ever - Nathan Bedford Forrest?


Entryist.

Blogger The Hammer April 06, 2016 4:06 PM  

I don't know his disagreement. But eyeballing the map, I don't see how they take away northern Alabama from the south.

@116 No Nate wasn't talking about the border. I think he had said there's a big difference between those in Arkansas and the Northeastern states of Woodard's "Greater Appalachia".

Which is why I mentioned the part in the book and tz's UNZ linked articles that seem to be saying there were some English and not just Scot/Irish who were a part of the western expansion of "Appalachian" borders from the actual mountain range after the Revolutionary War.

Blogger Joshua Sinistar April 06, 2016 4:20 PM  

I hope the fools at TIME make this the Year of Transvestite Hookers. The Times they are a changin. Why so sad? How long can this go on? They keep pushing this envelope and that ground is gonna hit them hard.

Blogger Were-Puppy April 06, 2016 4:46 PM  

@122 The Hammer

@116 No Nate wasn't talking about the border. I think he had said there's a big difference between those in Arkansas and the Northeastern states of Woodard's "Greater Appalachia".
--

There is some kind of difference in the people in NW Arkansas and the rest of the south I've lived in. I lived there in NWA for a year. I can't really explain it, the people are just different there.

OpenID wesleyfulton April 06, 2016 5:07 PM  

Yup. A national divorce is coming, sooner or later. The only question is where the match that lights the powder keg will come from.

I've lived all over this country, and seen first-hand just how different people are in different regions. While it might be possible to successfully govern such a radically diverse set of cultures under a "live and let live" federalist arrangement, the Left has repeatedly shown over the past few years that they cannot tolerate that. Mississippi MUST be turned into San Francisco.

It's not going to happen. I think non-Southerners have an exaggerated idea of how easy this will all be: "We knocked those damn rednecks straight with the Civil Rights movement, now we'll just kick their asses again and make them accept trannies."

Nope. Imagine trying to force the landmark Civil Rights laws and court decisions of the 1950s and 1960s onto the South sometime around, say, 1899. It would have sparked a second Civil War.

If the Left keeps pushing this, it will all come apart. Since it seems inevitable, let's just hope it happens peacefully.

Blogger Eric April 06, 2016 6:04 PM  

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order banning all non-essential state travel to Mississippi.

I'd be shocked if this had any practical effect at all. I don't see what business New York State mandarins would have in Mississippi, but to the extent they do have such business it will quietly be labeled essential.

Anonymous BGKB April 06, 2016 8:06 PM  

If you don't like men in womens bathrooms you probably wont like 40yo PEDro in you 9th graders class. http://cnsnews.com/news/article/penny-starr/arlington-school-board-illegal-aliens-can-attend-high-schools-here-adults

") – The chairman of the Arlington Public School Board in Virginia said on Wednesday that she is “proud” that the Arlington school district allows illegal aliens to attend high school as adults – no age limit – and that they can stay in school until they graduate.

“One of the things that I am most proud that as the supervisor of English as a Second Language, we started a program for older English language learners – students that were 18 and older,” Emma Violand-Sanchez said in remarks at the liberal Center for American Progress (CAP) in Washington, D.C.

“And we are proud that in the Arlington Public Schools today, there’s 300 students that are older than 18,” she said, “and they can stay in high school until they graduate. There is no age limit.”

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY April 06, 2016 8:23 PM  

Fuggem, we don't want your northern white niggers comin' down here anyhoo. Keep your coin clippin' Yahooties up in that god forsaken craphole ye inhabit.
Now that's out of the way, When a bidness puts up say,
NO SHIRT ,NO SHOES, NO SERVICE.
or : WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE.
That's not legal anymore ?
FUCK OFF, YANKEES .

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY April 06, 2016 8:42 PM  

“And we are proud that in the Arlington Public Schools today, there’s 300 students that are older than 18,” she said, “and they can stay in high school until they graduate. There is no age limit."
That just wrong as wrong can get.

Blogger Feather Blade April 06, 2016 9:05 PM  

@127
Whatever happened to night classes? That's what we used to do with people who didn't manage to graduate high school by 18.

Anonymous Mr. Rational April 06, 2016 9:48 PM  

@86 And the Southron regions disagree on what's "proper" barbecue.  Not that I haven't enjoyed most everything I've tried.  Brought some good stuff home from Kentucky last time I was there, and if I ever get back to Texas there's a spot south of Austin I'd really love to chow down at.

@90 I went to a few MENSA meetings in my hometown.  Booooring.  Even at their regional gatherings they mostly sat around and played Yahtzee.

Anonymous cheddarman April 06, 2016 11:33 PM  

If this banning of non essential travel to all places Southronish holds up, all the fine eating establishments can set out the good salt and pepper shakers. There won't be any thieving Yankees to steal them.

Anonymous Cheddarman April 06, 2016 11:44 PM  

All you Southrons may didsapointed to know this, but the Involuntary Union known as the USA is most likely to end in a whimper instead of a bang. There is no real sense of unity here in the north, like there is in the former Confederacy. Having lived in ohio, Vermont, minnesota, iowa, missouri, and wisconsin i can assure you that there is nothing holding Yankeeland together besides the economy. Once that goes belly up the north will be a collection of autonomous atomized individuals, except in the rural areas. You held on to the things that matter. We sold them for a bowl of lentil stew.

Anonymous jOHN MOSBY April 06, 2016 11:55 PM  












"There is no real sense of unity here in the north, like there is in the former Confederacy. Having lived in ohio, Vermont, minnesota, iowa, missouri, and wisconsin i can assure you that there is nothing holding Yankeeland together besides the economy. Once that goes belly up the north will be a collection of autonomous atomized individuals, except in the rural areas. You held on to the things that matter. We sold them for a bowl of lentil stew."
Yankee pisswillies take note.

Blogger SciVo April 07, 2016 1:19 AM  

Important qualifier "except in the rural areas."

Blogger SciVo April 07, 2016 1:26 AM  

A.B. Prosper wrote:Round Two is now my preferred term for the End of the Union

That's just the term for the Realignment when we get an American nationalist party. Phase Three is when that doesn't work and people take matters into their own hands.

Anonymous Ken April 07, 2016 5:32 PM  

You mention different states, but no mention at all of the difference between cities and rural areas. Which "homegeny" are you talking about?

Anonymous Ken April 07, 2016 5:49 PM  

It will be economic. We're almost there now.

Ready the rope and remember the people who stole from you when times were good. When resources restrict, go no quarter to the welfare takers, the blacks, every blue haired pierced feminist, the fags, the enablers the Jews, almost everybody in academia, media, "the law" i.e. the lawyers and black robes who have disassembled the simple truth..

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