After Brexit, what's next in the line of small polities asserting their independence from big bullying megastates?
Texit! — that's what. Last Sunday The Guardian, Britain's biggest Cultural Marxist propaganda outlet, ran a story about the Texas Nationalist Movement, TNM for short. Headline: "Why not Texit?": Texas nationalists look to the Brexit vote for inspiration.
Jeff Sadighi, a TNM backer, wants "Texas solutions" on hot-button issues such as gun rights, marriage equality [that's Newspeak for same-sex marriage], and, perhaps above all, immigration and border control. [Then they quote Mr Sadighi, inner quote]: "The bottom line is, the federal government due to their legal structures can only offer one size fits all solutions, … People in Massachusetts aren't going to approach challenges the same way we are."End quote, end quote. I feel Mr Sadighi's pain; but hasn't Texas already done plenty of seceding? They seceded from from Mexico in 1836; then they joined the U.S.A. ten years later, which was kind of seceding from themselves; then they seceded from the U.S.A. in 1861 (against the advice of Sam Houston).
I know you're a proud and feisty people down there — except in Austin, which is a Cultural Marxist rat-hole — but for goodness' sake, please, Texans, make up your minds.