Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The time has come for the breakup of the arrogant United states of America!

Allahu Akbar! The time has come for the breakup of the arrogant United states of America! The Democracy created by Capitalism is also collapsing. Following the re-election of Obama and the economic collapse of the United states, 20 US states have filed for separation from the US and to form their own independent governments!! This is the beginning of the end for the United states of Zionism!!! Those who saw the destruction of the mightly Soviet Union could also not believe th
eir eyes. Now they will see the unbelievable destruction of the US, InshAllah.

US had become too powerful, too arrogant, too murderous to be left alone as a state. It was too powerful to be defeated by foreign forces. Then Allah intervened directly. The Super Storm Sandy did more damage to the US than the entire Afghan war in last 5 years!!!! Now They are facing an economic collapse and now their States want to break away!! Just like Firoun, Just like Nimrood, Just like the Persian and Roman empires before them.... There is always a time for the arrogant powers to east dust. The time has come for the US!!! Their wars in the Muslim lands have destroyed them. This is the revenge of Nature!!!
Close Window
 Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Citizens of 20 states seek separation from the US

WASHINGTON: American citizens from at least 20 US states have filed petitions to secede following re-election of Barack Obama.
Following the re-election, several petitions surfaced requesting the Obama administration to peacefully grant the applied states to withdraw from the United States of America in order to create their own governments.
Louisiana was the first state to file a petition followed by Texas. States with secession-related petitions on the White House website also include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Citizens from the 20 states have filed to secede from the United States while the results from the 2012 presidential election are less than one week old.
While many in Texas have been outspoken about seceding from the union for years, in the aftermath of the recent election the first push for secession began in Louisiana and has quickly spread to states including New Jersey and Michigan.
The US government allows one month from the date the petition is submitted to WhiteHouse.gov to obtain 25,000 signatures in order for the Obama administration to consider the request.
The likelihood of the current administration to even entertain the idea of allowing states to secede is almost non-existent. What is sobering to realise though is that in less than 48-hours there have been tens of thousands of people who have quickly rallied behind this very grassroots approach to request change, autonomy, and a small measure of freedom. There is a strong chance that if the mainstream media picks up on this “everyman” movement, they will likely ridicule it as the actions of a bunch of radicals.
What strikes a chord though is that there is a strong segment of the American population that feels that their voices are not being heard and for far too long special interest groups have dictated the direction the country is headed.
The author of the Louisiana petition, “Michael E” submitted his request utilising excerpts from the Declaration of Independence.
In Texas, “Micah H” states in his petition, “The US continues to suffer economic difficulties stemming from the federal government’s neglect to reform domestic and foreign spending.”
He went on to add that Texas “maintains a balanced budget and is the 15th largest economy in the world,” making it “practically feasible for Texas to withdraw from the Union.”
Here are the numbers of petition signers for each of the 20 states (each petition needs 25,000 signatures within 30 days to be considered by the government):
Alabama 3,975
Arkansas 350
Colorado 3,055
Florida 4,033
Georgia 1,629
Indiana 3,194
Kentucky 3,229
Louisiana 12,192
Michigan 2,482
Mississippi 3,171
Missouri 2,196
Montana 2,867
New Jersey 2,485
New York 2,847
North Carolina 3,823
North Dakota 2,508
Oregon 2,678
South Carolina 2,632
Tennessee 2,659
Texas 14,883


Post a Comment