I grew up in a small town in Florida in the 1970s. The population of this town was about 10,000 people. It was kind of a typical southern small town, with not too much going on, most people were not in hurry, everyone generally knew everyone else, not a lot of crime.
But most of the small towns in Florida were changing as I grew up, due to real estate development. Land was cheap in Florida in comparison to real estate in the densely populated areas of the northeastern U.S., especially New York. In the northeastern U.S. in the 1970s, people who retired from work with a company pension, people who owned a home, or people who owned a business, they could typically sell their property for $200,000 or more, and then buy a home in Florida for half as much money.
The local people in Florida hated and complained about people from New York and New Jersey moving in. These people had a New York or New Jersey accent, they acted like know-it-alls, they talked about how things were done back in New York or New Jersey, and they seemed to want to change things to be the same way they were back in New York or New Jersey where they came from. I would see this same thing later in life with the migration of people from California.
Within thirty to forty years, by 2000 to 2010, the vast majority of the people living in south Florida, the whole southern half of Florida, were people from the northeastern U.S. These were Democrats from failed Democrat controlled metropolises in the northeast, who came to Florida and began trying to create the same thing they had fled.
I left Florida in 2001 because I couldn’t stand it anymore. By 2002 I was living in Arizona, where I began to hear local people complaining about people from California moving in. The local people said, “These people from California see how nice it is here, they like it and they want to move here, but when they get here, they try to change it to make it just like California, which they already ruined and had to get away from.”
When I later lived in and spent time in the states of Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, in each of these states I heard the exact same complaints from local people about people from California moving in. In general, the people living near large cities in California could sell their average single-family home for more than $500,000, and then move to a sparsely populated western state and buy a house that was twice as nice, for half as much money. But when these Californians arrived in a western state, they seemed to immediately want to try to make it like California.
In the early 1990s while I was going to college, there were groups and individuals that tried to resist the U.S. Federal Government, such as Randy Weaver at Ruby Ridge in 1992, the Branch Davidians at Waco in 1993, Timothy McVeigh at Oklahoma City in 1995, and the Unabomber in 1996. During this time, I had a relative in the military who was deployed in the Middle East, who could hardly speak one sentence that wasn’t a complaint about the U.S. Federal Government.
The “militia people”, “domestic terrorists”, “anarchists”, “libertarians”, “white supremacists”, and “conspiracy theorists” at that time in the 1990s, they thought that the Federal Government was overreaching in many of the things that it was doing, and was acting outside and against the U.S. Constitution, in particular, its attempts to confiscate firearms from civilians. The U.S. Federal Government appeared to have the same agenda as Liberal Democrats: confiscate firearms from citizens, push citizens off land, government control of everything.
Though the book The Turner Diaries, was published by William Pierce in 1978, it spelled out all the fears and suspicions about the Federal Government, and the crimes committed by the Federal Government that would inevitably lead to a U.S. Civil War. To many people, including myself, some of my relatives, friends, coworkers, and neighbors, it actually did appear to us that a civil war might occur in the late 1990s or 2000s.
How this would happen, there would be a series of well-publicized incidents involving the Federal Government, that appeared to be very fundamentally unfair, unjust, or unconstitutional, and people would take sides. Many people would believe that they could no longer continue living under a corrupt and unconstitutional government, and that they must break away from this government.
Once people in the U.S. had made up their minds to split off and fight, there would be some immediate migration of people relocating to where they believed that they belonged. Liberal, pro-Federal Government people would occupy the northeast U.S. Liberal, pro-immigration, pro-gay rights, socialist type people would occupy the west coast of the U.S.
The rednecks, the farmers, gun owners, Bible believers, and Constitutionalists would occupy the south and central U.S. I could predict how this civil war would go. Just because of the state of Texas alone, with its energy resources, manufacturing, food production, sea ports, wealth, influence, and military capability, the southern and central redneck area could not be successfully overrun or defeated, just due to resupply and reinforcement from Texas.
On the other side, the Liberal northeastern U.S., and the Liberal west coast U.S., the Rednecks could begin depriving these regions of fresh water, food, electricity, fuel, oil, coal, and natural gas, causing rioting, looting, theft, violence, and murder to break out internally within these regions in a matter of just a few days, preventing the Liberals from focusing their efforts on waging a war.
Whereas the Liberals in the northeast and the Liberals on the west coast would want to have total defeat over the Rednecks, taking away their land, farms, firearms, freedom, and religion, the Rednecks would only seek to have the Liberals stay in their own fucking area.
The Rednecks would occupy the central and southern U.S., establish strong borders, and allow trade to take place with the Liberal northeasterners and the Liberal west coast. The Rednecks would allow anyone to leave the central and southern U.S. at any time if they wanted to, but very few people would be allowed in, in order to keep out the riffraff.
For about twenty years I believed that the U.S. could be divided into three separate regions by a civil war. Sometimes I didn’t care, sometimes I thought that it was inevitable, or that it would be a change for the better. During the Obama presidency, I thought that it was probably time for the U.S. to divide, it seemed like half the population had exact opposite beliefs and values from the other half.
For instance, in the U.S. cities, Blacks would protest and riot when a Black man was shot for attacking a citizen or a Police Officer. In contrast, in Redneck areas, it was generally expected that a person would get shot for attacking a citizen or a Police Officer.
Another for instance, in the cities, a majority of the population have come to expect the government to provide them with everything: free housing, low cost housing, housing subsidies, free food, free EBT food cards, free medical care, subsidized medical care, free child daycare, subsidized child daycare, free drug rehabilitation, free job training, job programs, job placement, free college. Whereas in rural Redneck areas the majority of the population still believes that they need to try to provide for themselves and their families, they strive to do so, and they feel uncomfortable accepting charity.
About one week ago, I suddenly realized that the U.S. could no longer subdivide in order for the traditional conservatives and Constitutionalists to separate themselves, it was now too late, the U.S. has become completely overrun with socialist/communist believers.
In October and November I was watching many YouTube videos about Californians moving to the state capital of Idaho, Boise. Boise had had low crime, light traffic, affordable housing, and easy access to outdoor recreation, making it a nice place to live. But in less than two years time, due to the sudden surge of Californians moving to Boise, everything changed. Housing became unaffordable to locals, traffic became a problem, crime increased, people became less friendly and more pushy.
The people leaving comments to these YouTube videos about Boise being overrun by Californians, they wrote that the same thing is happening in Texas, only the migration of Californians is much greater in Texas. More reading showed that Californians are moving in large numbers to Arizona, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, and Montana as well.
The main complaint about people from California continues to be, that wherever they move, they immediately begin trying to change things to make it like California, which ruins every place that they go.
They want to implement all or most of the Liberal policies and programs that they voted for back in California: Laws that make it nearly impossible for law-abiding citizens to obtain a concealed weapons permit; laws that make it difficult for law-abiding citizens to purchase a firearm; laws banning certain types of firearms and ammunition magazines; laws and policies that make it difficult to deport repeat criminal offender illegal aliens; laws and policies that create sanctuary cities for illegal aliens; laws and policies that foster crime, drug dealing, drug use, homelessness, and vagrancy.
From south Florida all the way up through Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia, the Liberal Democrats have become the majority, due to the population growth of the cities. The same thing is happening to the interior of the U.S. with the migration of Liberal Democrats to cities like Denver, Minneapolis, Rapid City, Boise, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Austin, Dallas, and Houston.
It is unlikely that there will be a civil war now, as there is no point. What area belongs to the rednecks, farmers, traditional conservatives, Bible believers, and Constitutionalists? The city dwellers in every state want the Federal Government to take control, provide them with everything, they want socialism/communism.
Very soon the vast majority of the people in the U.S. will want and expect the government to provide them with everything. They will accept socialism/communism.
Within ten years, without capitalism, entrepreneurship, free markets, innovation, and motivation, there will not be enough wealth for the government to provide everything for everyone. Though the vast majority of people will have believed that now they were going to have everything, there will be no new vehicles, no new houses, no new buildings, no new schools, no new roads, no new bridges, just crumbling infrastructure and the rationing of water, food, electricity, medicine, and health care.
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And as always the dumb nigger who writes this blog don’t know shit