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  • Are you pro government or anti government? If your state could would you mind if they succeeded from the US?

     ashley308 updated 11 months, 1 week ago 2 Members · 7 Posts
  • ashley308

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    The governments policy on guns is making me, and other conservatives, anti establishment and even more pro 2A than I ever was, outside of the few southern states, (thank god I live in Alabama)(no I’m not a red neck) Nothing whatsoever is being done to protect our freedom to defend ourselves, mostly just the media radicalizing anyone who has a interest in firearms, CA was a win in we barely get, don’t see it lasting. They are clearly trying to disarm us so they can do anything they want to us without us having a chance to do anything about it. Hell even the republicans are anti gun now.

  • LeapThisYear

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    Secession will never be allowed, why would you free your tax slaves willingly?

  • McGobs

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    I’m anti-government, first and foremost. I don’t believe in enforcing my will on others, which is not to say I won’t engage in political action to prevent people from taking over my life–which I’m finding out is essentially the conservative-reactionary position.

    There’s no reason why secession can’t be peaceful. As long as you’re not an agitator and are merely defending yourself, i.e. using violence as a last resort in the same way you otherwise would, then there’s no reason secession has to turn south (no pun intended). I think it’s a lot more likely that it would be peaceful if most people were armed. I think we should be EXTREMELY wary of anyone promoting violence on either side. If secession comes naturally, it’s because the other side is self-destructive and we’re merely trying to get away. There’s no reason to impose our will of secession on anyone, anymore than standard voting imposes a collective will on society as a result of the elected. Nobody has to die nor wants to die, unless there’s a bunch of crazy looney people with a death wish who’d sooner sacrifice themselves to harm you and your family. But that’s no different than any other time.

    Also, to your last point about “Hell even the republicans are anti gun now,” I don’t think I’ve ever seen more success with regards to self-defense rights (which is a human right) in my lifetime or history itself. The Firearms Policy Coalition is amazing and they are doing a full court press on these worthless politicians who, indeed, are trying to disarm us, bit by bit. I honestly think we pro-gun people are winning this one. Everyone should donate to FPC.

  • xampl9

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    I’m from South Carolina. Last time it was tried didn’t go so well.

    Get your 2A friends registered to vote, then head to the polls for every single election, even if it’s for the dog catcher. Especially if they live in an urban area.

  • SPCTomB

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    Secession is unlikely to result in anything other than a repeat of 1865.

    Revolution on the other hand, states banding together and siding with that vs an abusive Fed can result in something else entirely.

    Secessionist movements would only Balkanize us into fragmented rump states of low status and even less importance except to play as the puppets of mightier powers. If shit hits the fan, we don’t need Texan independence or a Cascadian Republic or a new Confederacy to break away, we need to overthrow those in DC and their allies in various states and replace them with alternatives.

  • circular_file

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    You want to go, I think it is an okay idea as well.
    It could be a nice resolution to a 150 year old sore point. We can use the Mason Dixon as the border except for Md, De, Va, DC, and Ca, who can use a referendum.

  • Reddidiah

    June 15, 2021 at 7:07 am

    The educational system of Alabama definitely hasn’t succeeded

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