by James Buchanan.
Just days after the reelection of Barack Obama, a Secession movement was started. At first, it was mostly Southern states, but Secession petitions soon were started for all fifty states. Many of the people signing these petitions are completely serious about leaving the union. Some of them are protesting the reelection of an incompetent bungling president, who ran up the National Debt by six trillion dollars, failed to do anything to get America out of a Depression, bailed out major corporations and banks while millions of Americans had their homes foreclosed and who is certain to do worse in his second term.
While this Secession movement is mostly an embarrassment for Obama more than anything else; it is a major embarrassment. In the first seven days, 700,000 people signed these petitions. The Zionist-owned news media was alarmed at the embarrassment to their obedient puppet, Obama and responded by giving the silent treatment to this story. As a result, the signatures have considerably slowed down with a recent total of 916,000.
The Secession petitions ironically are taking advantage of a White House Internet website, set up by Obama supposedly to get feedback from the American public. Each petition has 30 days to get a required 25,000 electronic signatures.
Seven states have gotten over 25,000 signatures. Texas has gotten over 100,000 signatures for its petition and many Texans are sporting bumper stickers that say “Secede, Yes We Can”. Several petitions are close to 25k, but with only ten days left and virtually no mention on the mainstream media, we should focus on the one state, which is the closest to 25k, which would be South Carolina, which is only a few hundred signatures short.
To sign a Secession petition, you only need to be a US citizen. You don’t need to live in the state that’s planning to secede so people from outside South Carolina can help it get over the 25,000 signature mark. (Also, there are two Secession petitions for South Carolina and the combined total is over 38,000 so the South Carolina Secession petition should have qualified already.) So if you’re sympathetic to the people of South Carolina being allowed to secede if they want to, feel free to sign the Secession petition for South Carolina, which can be found here.
Other Secession petitions can be found here:
Deadline for Signing: Dec: 10th
New Hampshire (5,444)
New Jersey (14,064)
New Mexico (4,970)
New York (14,896)
North Carolina: Complete
North Dakota (11,392)
Rhode Island (4,629)
South Carolina (24,591)
South Dakota (6,437)
West Virginia (7,713)