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Texit, the border, and preparations

Obviously CNAV has had nothing to say about Texit directly since the day after Independence Day. On that day CNAV endorsed the candidacy of Lt. Col. Allen West USA (retired) for Governor of Texas. Since then, many other things have happened, chief among them: the crisis at the Del Rio International Bridge. That crisis, and President Joe Biden’s maladroit handling of it, have provoked Texas to taking certain actions. Those actions amount to taking border security into Texas hands, in fact as well as in law. They are also the sort of action Texas must take if Texit is to succeed militarily. Nor are they the only actions anyone in Texas is now taking.

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Texit – taking stock of defenses

As CNAV reported earlier, Dan Miller’s Texas Nationalist Movement has begun a petition drive to put the question of Texit – Texas independence – on primary ballots, both Republican and Democratic. At the same time, key Texas officials have at last begun to pay some attention to Texans’ concerns. In point of fact the federal government began abusing Texas in earnest with the inauguration of Joe Biden as President. Mr. Miller, citing the Code of Federal Regulations, maintains the federals have been abusing Texas since the rise of the Administrative State.

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Texit – building Texas defenses

As Texans (and other Americans) wait for the Texas Nationalist Movement to make its Big Announcement, the Governor of Texas suddenly is taking the kind of steps that Texit – the secession of Texas from the Union – would mandate for Texas’ own defense. Specifically, Texas law-enforcement officers will start arresting illegal immigrants on their own. If the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement authority must stand down, the Texas Rangers and local sheriffs will not. But more importantly than this, Texas will start to build its own wall along the Rio Grande.

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The Rio Grande between Texas and Mexico might be the site of a dispute paving the way for Texit. The Rio Grande between Texas and Mexico might be the site of a dispute paving the way for Texit.

Texit – a real life update

Texit – a movement for Texas to reclaim the independence it surrendered in 1845 – again looks more likely than before. Recent actions by the Governor and two Texas State House members make that clear. While those actions do not necessarily reflect on Texit, they show a clear sentiment for action. What begins with “If the federal government won’t do it, we will” can move swiftly to “Who needs them?”

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A propaganda collage to engender sympathy for illegals (illegal immigrants) everywhere in the West. A propaganda collage to engender sympathy for illegals (illegal immigrants) everywhere in the West.

As Americans Turn Their Backs On The Lord From Their Own Longevity, The Politicians Turn Their Backs on the People in Handing Over the Country to Illegals

Nancy Pelosi’s $3T “HEROES Act” focuses on illegals and gives them a blank check to stay. The Act’s definitions are unconstitutionally specious.

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Direct evidence that liberally progressive San Francisco has a Third World enclave within its limits. Direct evidence that liberally progressive San Francisco has a Third World enclave within its limits.

Liberally Progressive Cities

Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today I will be talking about what it means to be a liberally progressive city here in 2019. I will talk about what the term progressive means in general since I often ask myself, “what does that mean, progressive, and what are we supposedly progressing toward”. I wonder, and I ponder, the meaning of the terms that are supposed to describe those who live there.

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