Wednesday, January 17, 2018

"TEXIFORNIA": The "New California" Declares its "Independence" from Liberal Hollywood and Silicon Valley Loonies

According to a recent CBS report, the founders of the state of New California, have announced their own version of the Declaration of Independence from --not the United States--just the rest of the state of California.
Proposed map of New California.

"Well, it's been ungovernable for a long time. High taxes, education, you name it, and we're rated around 48th or 50th from a business climate and standpoint in California," said founder Robert Paul Preston.

And , who can blame the movement for being fed up?  Increasingly, politicians like Nancy Pelosi (D-California) and liberal loonies in Hollywood have demonstrated that they're dangerously out of touch with the rest of America.  As I predicted upon Obama's election years ago, he would, and has, effectively driven a wedge in a deep divide in our country between the elites and the "real" economic participants.

I also predicted many years ago that the state of Texas and Southern California would create their own nation state I nicknamed "Texifornia."

You can view my original Youtube video (above).  You can also read about how Texifornia will impact the overthrow of Communism in China in the years ahead by visiting this link.

What's Next?
This is a real movement, folks, but it will meet with much resistance over the next two to five years, depending on the region.  However, I would expect to see the state of California (among several others) to be divided into more than two separate states by 2021!

Will this break-up be bad? Not really.  The urban areas who have been enjoying the tax revenues from the farming and industrial areas to subsidize welfare programs and so on will suffer, but inland areas should see significant economic development.

As far as the impact on the rest of the country, the state of TEXAS may also consider some form of movement towards independence from the United States, but it may come in the form of developing their own currency --one that is free from the encumbrances of the Federal Reserve which is controlled by foreign interests. The Texans may take longer to do so, but by the year 2026, we should see a very powerful leader who could rival that of the President of the United States, emerge from this area.



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