Friday, November 6, 2009

Collapse of the United States of America, Gov. Rick Perry, and Secession

"Russian economist and academic Igor Panarin says that there is a strong possibility that the United States will break into six pieces by June 2010, which he says will be the result of a second economic crisis in late November."

"After Texas Governor Rick Perry mentioned the possibility of his state seceding from the union, Americans started to take Panarin's predictions much more seriously.."

1. Rick Perry does not really represent Texans and the threat of Secession is a joke as evidenced by his Bilderberg ties:

"Gov. Rick Perry is flying to Istanbul, Turkey, today to speak at the super-secret Bilderberg Conference, a meeting of about 130 international leaders in business, media and politics."

"Last year, the conference was held in Ottawa, and the Toronto Star reported that it had received an unsigned press release saying that the 2006 group included David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Queen Beatrix of Holland, New York Gov. George Pataki, media moguls, high-level officials from Spain and Greece, and the heads of Coca-Cola, Credit Suisse and the Royal Bank of Canada."

"Presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-TX) has stated that Perry's attendance at Bilderberg is "A sign that he's involved in the international conspiracy."

"Texas Governor Rick Perry is amongst the attendees at this year's secretive Bilderberg Group meeting in Istanbul Turkey, but his visit could be a violation of the Logan Act, a 1799 law that criminalizes unauthorized U.S. citizens from negotiating with foreign governments."

"Rick Perry has been instrumental in facilitating the Trans-Texas Corridor, and continues to fend off very vocal opposition to the project. Perry now seeks to defeat a two year moratorium on the TTC, as he works tirelessly on for the construction of the Texas portion of the NAFTA superhighway that will link together Mexico, the United States and Canada in a series of trade routes, effectively erasing the borders.

Many argue that the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC) is necessary infrastructure for the emerging North American Union, as outlined by a C.F.R. publication calling for a North American Community and the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (, which was signed by President Bush in 2005. The Trans-Texas Corridor corruption has also included handing off toll rights to Cintra, a Spanish firm owned by the King of Spain and other corrupt arrangements.

Energy has also been sold off in Texas, as Gov. Rick Perry helped force through the largest buyout in history-- the $45 billion leveraged buyout of TxU, led by Kohlberg, Kravis Roberts & Co. and involving Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse First Boston, all top financial firms deeply integrated into the Bilderberg group who seize and conglomerate assets worldwide."

2. Youtube Reports of possible breakup of the Union by 2010:

3. Why Secession should have happened...which could have prevented this mess we are in:

"Lincoln's admonition that secession would lead to anarchy and destroy democratic government was pure sophistry. Had the South been permitted to go in peace, as was the wish of majority of Northern opinion makers before Fort Sumter according to historian Joseph Perkins, democracy would have continued to thrive in two nations. Moreover, the act of secession would have had exactly the effect the founding fathers expected it to have; it would have tempered the imperialistic proclivities of the central state. The federal government would have been forced to moderate its high-tariff policies and to slow down or abandon its quest for empire. Commercial relationships with the South would have been continued and expanded. After a number of years, the same reasons that led the colonists to form a Union in the first place would likely have become more appealing to both sections, and the Union would probably have been reunited."

"After that, knowing that secession was a real threat, the federal government would have stuck closer to its constitutional bearings."

-'The Real Lincoln' by Thomas Dilorenzo p. 272

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