Warning Signs: Would States Secede to Protect Their Citizens?.
Many, if not most, Americans are unaware that the nation is composed of separate republics with their own constitutions. They are, of course, the individual states.
By tying compliance with federal laws and regulation to receiving funds, the states have been coerced to accept programs that limit freedoms enumerated in the Constitution and the passage of Obamacare is but one example. Some twenty states have refused to set up the mandated insurance exchanges. Obamacare grants the government complete control over the provision of medical care that every American has formerly received from the free market health system that it destroyed. It gives the federal government control over our lives in terms of who lives or dies.
“The issue of power – and especially the great potential for a power struggle between the federal and the state governments – was extremely important to the America’s founders. They deeply distrusted government power, and their goal was to prevent the growth of the type of government that the British has exercised over the colonies.” Read the rest at Warning Signs: Would States Secede to Protect Their Citizens?
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The only state in America presently that could even have a snowball’s chance in hell of successfully seceding from the Union is North Dakota. That is because North Dakota owns a State Bank.
Secession will not work without The Power of The Purse. And the best…arguably the ONLY way that secession will work…is when the new sovereign nation owns its bank. Think about it. The Federal Reserve system won’t let a seceded state use THEIR currency. They won’t clear checks. They won’t lend.
Marilyn Barnewall is the foremost expert in North America on state banks. She has released a four-part video series, each part about 14-15 minutes. She says all that needs to be said about state banking. If you are serious about secession, you MUST understand this information.
PART THREE is the most important section. Learn about “de jure vs. de facto.” Watch the videos and read the rest at