By James P. Harvey wethepeople@anationbeguiled.com

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“If you are reading this, I assume you are an educated person and are aware of the elimination of the middle class, and how that is going to affect your future. After all, you can’t buy everything from Wall-Mart and still build a strong economy, or support secession from a tyrannical central government.”*********

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The structure, organization, and functioning of society in America is expected to be unrecognizable in the near future to people of my generation. If we have a future!

I entered the Navy one month after my seventeenth birthday without a diploma; four years later I was on the streets without a clue as to how I was going to support myself. Working as a machine repairman was the first of many jobs that included everything from selling vacuum cleaners to connecting steel beams high in the air on various construction projects. I was fortunate that America still had a diverse blue collar workforce where one could acquire experience in different fields and discover where their natural aptitude would assist their success.

Years later I owned a burglar alarm business but nothing ever satisfied me more than my last entrepreneurial adventure, a one man cabinet shop. 

This is not intended to be a Joe Six Pack resume, but to make you aware of one very important thing; young uneducated men in the near future will not have the opportunity to contribute to the structure, organization, and functioning of society in America, or anywhere else, and most likely, they will not survive. Not even the military wants them, but when you think about it, and include all of the immigrants that couldn’t even communicate; we won wars, and built an empire like no other in history. We raised families, and enjoyed an unprecedented life style. The pursuit of happiness was over, and we rejoiced in it. The diversity of our workforce had won!

That’s all gone now, and we are begetting generations of children hell bent on obtaining intellectual property rights and wealth by manipulating ones and zeros.

If the above does not remind you that we have a hell of a problem on our hands, and stimulate some thought on where we are headed, you won’t have to worry about the societal separation of America, because there won’t be an America, as we know it.

If you are reading this, I assume you are an educated person and are aware of the elimination of the middle class, and how that is going to affect your future. After all, you can’t buy everything from Wall-Mart and still build a strong economy, or support secession from a tyrannical central government.

Personally I consider the above introduction to secession just one of many VERY LARGE problems we will encounter if and when we accumulate enough real statesmen in a given state that has import-export facilities.

As far as I am aware, there are a growing number of writers promoting the consideration of secession, but also as far as I know, no one is really designing a system of governance or commerce, and you can take this to your safe, secession will be very expensive, and not just for the droves of people moving there. The very act of risking everything for our freedom must have some attraction like America had in the beginning. The natural resources available boggled the mind, and quieted the fears. Few were afraid they would not prosper, and prosperity is the only thing that will give secession the needed support. People will suffer long and hard before they will risk a change in government. Especially when they no darn well there is no chance in hell this will be accomplished without bloodshed. On the other hand, they will risk life and limb for a chance to make a profit. Such is human nature!

I assume then, we need people who are astute in these things to come together and do the design work before they try to sell a pig in a poke, or we are going to be meat on Obama’s table. Emotions are very strong, and I deal with them every day, but suicide is not one of them. With things as they stand today, if a system of commerce that opened up the possibility of huge profits were included in a states secession, most people would not care what kind of government it had. That is sad, and sounds pessimistic, but it rings of the truth also. We are not the land of the free and the home of the brave: we are opportunist through and through, even to the point of risking our life, and the first man that designs a new state commerce policy that opens the door to profits, will also open the flood gates of new residents.

Take away the restrictions and controls now in place by the international banker’s government, and we would have to interview people to see if they could contribute to our new state economy before letting them in.

Gentlemen, there is much to do, and much to gain by designing a state where men are free to prosper and live free from tyrannical governance, and once that is designed, we won’t need to convince people to secede. They will demand it!

 

James P. Harvey

wethepeople@anationbeguiled.com

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