Talk of Texas reclaiming its independence as a republic again is normally brushed off as nonsense, and those who speak of it are often ridiculed. Times are changing though…
Consider the current trajectory of the Washington DC – ever downwards, and taking on new debt every month – debt that could never be paid back in a 1000 years… a number of states could soon benefit from cutting themselves loose from a toxic US economy and its directionless and highly draconian Federal Reserve banking system.
In the future, if any state had to bolt, Texas would be first. They might choose to opt for independence strictly out of social and economic survival.
Think about that for a minute, then watch this video below…
There’s no such things as a permanent empire
Who predicted the breakup of the Soviet Union?
Answer: No one.
Yet, it happened.
Several states in the US have small but passionate independence movements. Are these people nuts? Maybe not.
Maybe they’re just ahead of the curve…
Texas has an unusual history. It was an independent republic before it was absorbed by the US. No other state has this history. Because of its unique background, Texas possesses a number of legal loopholes that makes it easier for it it to step away from the United States and go it alone.
Is this likely to happen? Most people would say no. Then again in the 1980s most people, including people whose entire career was studying the Soviet Union, would never predicted its breakup into numerous independent states…
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