It is time to face a tough fact: the South has no political home in the United States of America. The Democratic Party long since abandoned the South. Its strategy is clearly aligned with (largely urban) minority constituents, sexual degenerates from across the LGBT+ spectrum, and Marxist indoctrinated cat moms. However, the Republican Party was supposed to be the conservative option. It was the retooling of a Dixiecrat bloc that shared some traditionalist ideological camaraderie with Yankee elites. That was a happy fantasy that has long since died.
Today, as monuments are torn down, our heritage is vilified, and politicians race to out-virtue signal each other on the backs of our deceased kin, the Republican Party from Trump down has proven that the South is on her own. It is time to walk away from that party. It is time to show those within the party that our loyalty to them comes with a price: loyalty to us.
Since the Republican Party has broken its agreement with the South, no self-respecting Southerner should vote Republican.
I am not suggesting you vote Democrat. They are in full-blown Bolshevik mode. I am suggesting you do not vote for any of them period. Walk away.
For a long time, I have believed that the best path forward is a free and independent South. The South is the last Godly Nation-State in the West. Her people are overwhelmingly Christian. Her people have a rich heritage that is distinct from the rest of the United States. Much of that heritage for good and bad is often tied to a war for her own independence in the mid-19th Century and the post-war oppression of Reconstruction. These unique attributes and cultural idiosyncrasies define a unique ethnicity.
Southerners are not generically American, Southerners are Southerners.
The Irish Nationalist in me recognizes these beautiful people for what they are a people worthy of her own destiny. She deserves better from a country to which she has given a disproportionate amount of her native sons to the beaches of the Pacific, the jungles of Vietnam, and the mountains of Afghanistan. Now, as monuments to her departed kin are defiled and destroyed, she deserves protection from the one voice to whom she empowered to be her protector through the vote: the Republican Party.
And how has the GOP honored the Souths unwavering commitment to the party? Silence at best.
The recent riots throughout the United States, perpetrated by Bolshevik extremists and antifa terrorists, are an indication that the country is lost forever. It is hard to imagine that anyone can re-piece this jigsaw puzzle together. The best we could previously hope for was that our political leaders the Republican Party would stand their ground in the wake of the insane and obvious attempt to weaponize race to achieve systemic changes that are basically Marxist in orientation. That clearly is not happening.
Instead, we got Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott groveling to the family of a man who was robbing a pregnant woman weeks before he was killed. A Republican Senate that has its majority because of the South, just voted to rename historic bases that honored Southern heroes on Southern properties. We have a Georgia House Speaker, Republican David Ralston, is now spearheading hate crime legislation that would effectively make it illegal to voice an unpopular opinion. The list of anti-Southern actions by Republicans grows daily.
At almost every turn, Republicans are betraying the very Southern voters who put them in power all to placate a mob of violent radicals in the hopes that they may be able to hold onto approximately 10% of the Black vote in future elections.
It is time to walk away.
I still believe Southern independence can be achieved through a peaceful separation of states but not with the GOP as the vehicle to implement that change. Conservative, Godly legislation throughout the South on matters such as religious liberty, abortion, and pre-pubescent transgenderism would stand in such stark contrast to that of ungodly, leftist degeneracy in the North and West. Such a stark contrast would eventually force an amicable divorce. Even Bill Maher seemed to agree.
Of course, such a strategy requires a political will to do Godly acts with more fortitude than those we have today. It is very clear by the actions of the GOP that the Republican party lacks such fortitude. If it can stand idly by while young boys in Republican Texas are encouraged to chemically castrate themselves, it should be no shock that it would surrender monuments to our brave ancestors.
Florida Republican Rick Scott did something no previous Democrat in Florida had ever done. He removed a statue commemorating Florida General Kirby Smith from state grounds. Why? Because he wanted to win a seat in the federal Senate. That is the same Republican Senate that just voted to strip the South of its military heritage from bases occupying Southern lands.
It is clear that the Republican Party has no interest in standing for the very constituency that puts it into power. It is time to walk away from them. I know what this means. A no-vote is a Democratic vote. So what? Our entire society is under constant barrage, anyway. Perhaps, if the Republicans are forced to suffer a massive election defeat it might wake-up a new class of elected official. Those elected officials may realize that the only way to stay in power is to support the very people who gift them such power with their vote.
Do I believe the Left will take advantage of such an opportunity if we gift them a super majority? Yes, I do. Might some believe I am a political accelerationist? Probably, but images throughout the country indicate accelerationism is already here, and the GOP has done absolutely nothing to stop the country from being destroyed by antifa terrorism or state sanctioned anarcho-tyranny. In such an environment, I would rather we face the devil in front of us than the one stabbing us in the back. And the Republican Party stabs us in the back at every turn.
It is time to walk away from the Republican Party and show them that we can no longer tolerate their betrayal. Walk away. We will eventually be better for it.
My RINO state representative refused to back constitutional carry legislation in the last session, as did my RINO state senator: I'm done with the GOP, they stab me in my back at every turn. I might vote for Pres. Trump this Fall, he's let me down by not bringing home our troops from Europe/Africa/Asia. Our Founding Fathers DID NOT intend for us to have military outposts waging unconstitutional wars around the world, forever (See: Syria/Bosnia/et al).
"To compel a man to furnish funds for the propagation of ideas he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical." -- Thomas Jefferson