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Monday, 12 November 2012

Bailhache - Suffering Delusions of Mediocrity Again

The Examiner reports that 15 individual states have filed petitions with the recently re-elected President Obama to secede from the Union echoing the actions which lead to the US civil war in 1865.
"Louisiana, Texas, Montana, North Dakota, Indiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon and New York. These States have requested that the Obama Administration grant a peaceful withdrawal from the United States."
The world's only honest politician, Ron Paul, has spoken


The United Kingdom are of course facing our own form of secession in the form of a referendum on independence for Scotland (we of course face the BBC's assertion that the Scottish will vote against it which is not reflected in the opinions of the Scottish people I speak to) and the pressure on the UK to secede from the European Union continues to mount, and of course they will likely not be the first to seek greater independence.

Big government is failing around the world so Bailhache's plan would seem to be the worst possible idea and to have come at the worst possible time. Guernsey and Jersey together will still not be more than a parasite, on the world stage, the better plan, the one that we have used successfully for centuries, is simply to be overlooked, to be inconsequential, to be beneath consideration.

I do not know where Bailhache has gotten these delusions of mediocrity from, but they aren't helping.