Fakebook’s Double Standard on #TEXIT

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Facebook Suppresses Texit but Promotes Left Wing Sites

(Texian Partisan) Facebook is somewhat notorious for manipulating its content and for picking “winners” and “losers” on nearly every controversial issue. If you stand on the side they don’t like, your content gets shut down. Inconsistencies and hypocrisy abound.
Facebook has for a long time been hostile to the Texit movement. Our articles and posts show up less in our individual news feeds. Even our “friends” don’t get consistent access to pro-Texit content posted by legitimate citizens with Facebook profiles. If you sign up for a pro-Texit group like the Texian Partisan or Texas Nationalist Movement groups, you won’t get notifications of posts.
Today they took yet another turn further toward blatant censorship. We have made the case often…Read the rest

County Passes Official Resolution For #TEXIT

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Edwards County Passes Official Resolution Calling for Texit

(TNM) Edwards County, Texas, Commissioners Court has passed a resolution calling for the legislature to pursue a TEXIT vote consistent with the platform of the Republican Party of Texas. Citing ongoing problems with the Federal government and laying out Constitutional grounds for legal separation, the court made a claim for self-determination.
Commissioners laid out several grievances against the Federal Government, including the federal debt, usurpation of state sovereignty, restrictions on private businesses, restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms, and the abject failure of federal border and immigration policies, among others.
The resolution calls on calls on the Texas Legislature to put TEXIT on the ballot in accordance with planks 33 and 225 of the 2022 Texas Republican Platform, which passed with nearly 90% support of the convention…Read the rest

#NationalDivorce – On Secession and Small States

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(Ryan McMaken, LewRockwell.Com) The international system we live in today is a system composed of numerous states. There are, in fact, about 200 of them, most of which exercise a substantial amount of autonomy and sovereignty. They are functionally independent states. Moreover, the number of sovereign states in the world has nearly tripled since 1945. Because of this, the international order has become much more decentralized over the past 80 years, and this is largely due to the success of many secession movements.
The new states are smaller than the ones that came before them, however, and this all reminds us that there is a basic arithmetic to secession and decentralization in the world. Since the entire surface of the world—outside of Antarctica, of course—is already claimed by states, that means that when we split one political jurisdiction up into pieces, those new pieces will necessarily be smaller than the old state from which they came.
During the decolonization period following the Second World War. Dozens of new states were formed out of the territories of the old empires they left. This meant the new status quo had a larger number of smaller states. The same thing occurred after the end of the Cold War. As the Soviet Union collapsed, it left 15 new smaller states in its wake.
So in the current world, secession—when successful—is an event that reduces the size and scope of states. It reduces the territory and the populations over which a single central institution exercises monopoly power.
So, if we’re going to talk about secession, then, it’s also important to explicitly to address the issue of “what is the correct size of states.” Is smaller better?…Read the rest

Supporting #NationlDivorce in not a crime

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America’s New Secession Movements Aren’t a Crime
In New Hampshire and California, separatist movements are getting fierce blowback. But charging proponents with insurrection isn’t the answer.

(Bloomberg) Secession, of all things, is back in the news. Residents of San Bernardino County, the largest in California, are debating whether to try to break off and form a state of their own. And there’s more: Last month, a New Hampshire electoral commission refused to bar from the ballot legislators who want their state to leave the US entirely. A citizens’ group had charged the legislators, absurdly, with insurrection.
Secession movements are nothing new, and punishing their advocates is a dreadful idea. Their causes are complex and, almost always, point to problems that should be taken seriously.
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TNM hosts global webinar on #TEXIT #NationalDivorce

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TNM Hosts Webinar “Global Exit & the Americas”

(Texial Partisan) Over the past 75 years, there has been an explosion of self-governing independent nations around the world. The mainstream narrative is that self-determination is a phenomenon that is reserved for people “over there.” Texans know that just isn’t true.
The Texian Partisan serves up consistent, high-quality pro-Texas news with a healthy side of Texit. For those readers who are fans of political and cultural self-determination, here’s a chance to learn more about Texit, straight from the state’s foremost advocacy organization.
The Texas Nationalist Movement is launching a series of webinars featuring experts in their respective fields focused on providing supporters with critical knowledge and information on every aspect of Texit.
These webinars will kick off on September 26, 2022, and are slated to run indefinitely…Read the rest