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U.S. To Break Up Soon?


  U.S. To Break Up Soon?
by Chuck Baldwin
September 29, 2009



According to Macedonian Radio and Television On-line (MRT), a Russian professor predicts the United States will fall apart in July 2010. MRT reports, "'Mr. Obama is similar to the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Gorbachev was also making great promises for the Soviet Union, but the situation was only getting worse,' he said. By next summer, according to Professor Panarin, the US will disintegrate into six blocs--and everyone will get their piece. 'The probability that the United States of America fall apart in July 2010 is more than 50 percent,' said Igor Panarin, Professor at Moscow's Diplomatic Academy within the Russian Federation's Ministry of Foreign Affairs."


MRT went on to report, "Panarin came up with his grim forecast while analyzing the parallels between the Soviet Union in its final days and the current situation in the United States. 'American dream ballooned seven times in 11 years. During Gorbachev era, the Soviet dream ballooned five times.' Americans hope [President] Barack

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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - September 30, 2009, 5:19 pm
"And, of course, there is another question: "When the break-up comes, how many Americans understand the principles of liberty enough, and are personally prepared enough, and are willing enough to resist whatever power it may be that seeks to place us under the thumb of oppression and fight for the same protections and vanguards of liberty that first established this land?" Obviously, the answer to that question is yet to be determined, isn't it?"
There are a great many Americans who understand the principles of liberty enough and are ready to educate those who do not. I am quite sure there are many who will fight to keep liberty. Those in power must first attempt to trash the constitution of the United States.
Section 3 - New States
New States may be admitted by the Congress into this Union; but no new States shall be formed or erected within the Jurisdiction of any other State; nor any State be formed by the Junction of two or more States, or parts of States, without the Consent of the Legislatures of the States concerned as well as of the Congress.
The Congress shall have Power to dispose of and make all needful Rules and Regulations respecting the Territory or other Property belonging to the United States; and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed as to Prejudice any Claims of the United States, or of any particular State

TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - September 30, 2009, 5:53 pm
Thnx for the post JAP69. Seems the Constitution is a small thorn in the side of the globalists.
konaneComment by konane - September 30, 2009, 9:18 pm
They're trying to turn it into toilet paper fast as they can.
Rick GComment by Rick G - October 1, 2009, 8:13 am
The states must act now to RE-establish who is in charge of this nation. We need a 50-state secession movement. That would end this crap immediately.
Comment by jim695 - October 1, 2009, 8:46 am
This prediction is prophetic and probably accurate. It's been coming for a long time, but I would hesitate to lay the blame on Obama's shoulders; he hasn't been in office long enough to cause the irreparable damage we're witnessing now. Our current plight is the culmination of decades of widespread political corruption and short-sighted, short-term repairs to massive (and mostly economic) problems. I didn't vote for Obama, and I'm NOT a fan, but if we can't look at this objectively and realistically, there is really no purpose in discussing it, because all we can hope to accomplish is the pointing of fingers.

Looking back, I can see that the people of this nation made a serious error when we allowed our government to become so large. In my opinion, it all began after World War II, when Americans were "feeling their oats" and we became the undisputed most powerful nation in the world. The history books we read in school told us how smart our engineers were back then - we were the first to put men on the moon, we had the most powerful jet aircraft, for both military and civilian applications, and we aggressively pursued the development and testing of nuclear weapons and technology. What our history books didn't tell us is that we stole ALL of that technology from Nazi Germany during and after the war (and so did the Soviets). That's where our rocket technology came from, it's where our jet technology came from and, believe it or not, Hitler's Germany was developing nuclear technology and manufacturing heavy water long before the Manhattan Project was ever conceived. The designs for much our infrastructure, our system of highways and bridges, were lifted from and patterned after the very blueprints drawn by German civil engineers.
     When the war was over, The United States and the Soviet Union (the USSR, back then) divvied up the technological spoils and, for a short time, the two nations actually shared information with each other. When our political views clashed and we decided to impose Democracy upon an ancient and historically Communist empire, the Cold War began.
     As our government began an earnest campaign to convince us that Communism was a direct and impending threat to the "American Way of Life," we reacted in fear, and we've been afraid, if not of Communism, then of something else, ever since. It was that fear, that tendency to cower behind the power of our federal government, that caused us to lose our American resolve, our fighting spirit and our moral compass. Today, I think, most Americans are more concerned with having sex, losing weight or making money than they are with any political issues that might affect their everyday lives. We can tell a lot about a nation by observing where their priorities lie. Currently, the three most advertised products on American television and in print media are 1). Viagra and other erectile dysfunction remedies, 2). various weight-loss products and 3). prescription-strength depression medication. Those are our priorities - those are the things we spend our money on and think about.
     What does that say about us as a nation? To the rest of the world, we must appear to be nothing more than a bunch of fat, sexually-depraved hedonists who are generally unhappy and chronically depressed. Unfortunately, if we were to be brutally honest with ourselves, we'd likely have to admit that this is a fairly accurate description of the average American, generally speaking. There are exceptions, of course, and I have no doubt that anyone reading this would fall into that "exceptional" category. However, we can't deny that the image we've presented to other nations over past decades has made us very unpopular with the world at large. Is this our government's fault? To a large extent, yes, but ultimately, we citizens must accept the lion's share of the blame - they work for us, after all, at least theoretically and, at most, Constitutionally. It's OUR fault that they're no longer accountable to us for their actions; we've allowed them to get away with murder, both figuratively and literally, and now here we stand, scratching our heads and wondering how we're going to put the leash back on the monster we've helped to create.
     There is simply nothing to be done for it now. It's too late. We've been sliding down the wrong side of a huge pile of crap for nearly fifty years. It was fun at first, but now we're beginning to discover that there's nothing within our reach to grab onto in order to slow our descent into oblivion. I wrote the following statement in another post in someone else's blog, but I think it bears repeating here: History will judge American government as a system which was doomed to fail from the moment of its inception. When the Soviet Union finally collapsed in December of 1991, we patted ourselves on the back, somewhat smug and immensely proud that we had "won" the Cold War. At the time, few people believed that the United States of America could soon suffer a similar fate.
     The collapse of the Soviet Union didn't happen overnight but, like us, the people of Russia refused to believe that their nation could actually fall. There were a number of things that brought about its demise, and all of them were entirely beyond any control Russian citizens could collectively exercise. Corruption and greed on the parts of high government officials certainly played a significant role (read: Yeltsin and Gorbachev), but their oil-based economy was openly subject to negative influence by other nations, such as the United States and Saudi Arabia. In the late 1980's Ronald Reagan convinced OPEC to lower oil prices on the world market, which finally broke the back of the Soviet economy. Other factors were already at work, of course; the Soviet defeat in Afghanistan, several failed political coups, the unification of East and West Berlin and the defection and democratization of several Soviet satellite states (such as Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania and others), to name just a few. But it was the dramatic and sudden, yet purposely engineered decline in oil prices that finally destroyed the Soviet economy and forced their government into unrecoverable bankruptcy.
     By the time they realized what was happening, and why, it was simply too late to do anything about it.
     Take a good look around you, folks - the same thing is happening to US, to OUR country and, like Russia, our collapse wasn't brought about overnight by our most recently-elected president. It took many years - decades - to reach this point of no return, and since we refused to do anything about it when we had that ability, all we can do now is continue to watch America fall down around us. Some people are just now being roused from their long slumber, and others are slowly pulling their heads out of the sand. Sadly, even unmitigated fear has a price attached to it, and now we're going to be forced to pay up, because no one wanted to get into trouble by standing up to those we appointed or elected and telling them, "No; we're not going to let you do that." We were always too willing, too complacent to "let someone else do it." We were always too busy to concern ourselves with these issues. After all, that's why we voted - let THEM worry about those things; that's why they're in office.
     Well, now someone else is doing it. The problem is, they're doing it to US, and there's nothing we can do to stop it. That's the price we must pay for years of succumbing to fear. I'm sure there will be a few brave souls scattered across the country who will embrace their rights and American entitlements as provided in the Constitution and in the Declaration of Independence. When their stories make the papers, they won't be portrayed as the heroes they aspire to be, they'l
Comment by jim695 - October 1, 2009, 8:49 am
Here's the rest of it, for those of you who care to read it:

     Well, now someone else is doing it. The problem is, they're doing it to US, and there's nothing we can do to stop it. That's the price we must pay for years of succumbing to fear. I'm sure there will be a few brave souls scattered across the country who will embrace their rights and American entitlements as provided in the Constitution and in the Declaration of Independence. When their stories make the papers, they won't be portrayed as the heroes they aspire to be, they'll be presented to us as "lone gunmen," "anarchists" and "domestic terrorists." And, as has become our habit, most of us will believe what we read there, because we've been conditioned over the years to believe that the newspapers couldn't print it if it wasn't true. Those Americans who take up arms to defend themselves and their traditional American values will be ostracized by the vast majority of their countrymen, and they'll have plenty of time to contemplate what brought them to their fates while they spend their remaining years in internment camps or jails. That is, unless they're simply shot on sight by a police officer who can't wait to know what it feels like to kill someone.
     I'm done now; I've said my piece. Whether you agree with me or not doesn't really matter, because there is no possible way you can prove my assessments are wrong, and because I can take no pleasure in the event that the views I've presented here prove to be accurate. All I can hope to accomplish is that I'm able to give you something to think about and to carefully consider.
     You should prepare to protect yourselves and your families via any means at your disposal, and you should put your fear behind you, because Americans shouldn't be afraid of anything, especially of their own government.


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