Have you heard the latest buzz around the Water Cooler, about how the State of California wants to become its own Sovereign Nation secured by the annexation of its liberties and independence? Whether you have or not, they do, and they may be one step closer to achieving just that, now more than ever before. What are they doing that is bringing them ever closer to their goal of divorcing the country?
‘Yes California’, in case awareness eludes you, is a movement dedicated to achieving full secession from The Union. A movement which ultimately failed in receiving Self-Dominion over their citizen population, vast array of land, and Laws and Rights, from the United States due to the inability to obtain/produce even the minimum amount of signatures required for a valid petition for secession. Having gone over that, we can now talk about how the Los Angeles Times reported this past Tuesday, Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s office has officially released the title and summary for this enterprise lobbying for sovereign independence, the effort is named, “The California Autonomy from Federal Government Initiative.”
ATT Gen. Becerra is hopeful that they may soon install an Advisory Committee, who is solely dedicated to informing the California Governor on how to further increase sovereignty over the territory, from under the United States Federal Government. One (1) major reason for the delay in the birth of this committee is in order for continuance of giving Labor to this ‘Brain-Trust’, they would need an Annual Fiscal Budget of nearly 1.25 million USD. Now that Becerra has approved this, advocates for the secession have yet another primary road-block erected directly in their path. This particular hurdle is easily circumvented by accomplishing retrieval of 600,000 signatures, sought out by the proponents for an Independent California, which holds enough weight to tip the balance of the scales in their favor which would land the measure onto the Voting Ballot in 2018.
L.A. Times also explains that the ‘Initiative’ would NOT necessarily result in California bidding farewell to “Ol’ Uncle Sam” but would allow the state to be a fully functioning sovereign and autonomous nation within the U.S. Ultimately, their goal is that of a minor gaining emancipation from his/her Parents. The aim here is not to disown the Family entirely, but rather, to gain guardianship and legal control over themselves, without the threat of legal/illegal intervention.
In keeping with Marcus Ruiz Evans:
“The relationship between California and the Federal System just is NOT working.”
Evans is all in with every possible chip he has when it comes to backing the movement. He might just be calling his opponents bluff, in that California would fail in achieving independence because of its massive Federal Debt. Betting big on the State’s Economy (future performance), and the cards that have been dealt (Initiative Approval Growth), both are ripe with the potential success of ensuring their independence and success.
It does seem, differences between the Federal Government and the States’ Governments are growing almost exponentially and unmatched, causing even more resistance towards Federal rule. California is NOT the only state with this unmitigated expansion of defiance that is swiftly becoming even more present in the day-to-day, societal culture (of relative state), and the way of life for each citizen who is resides within the state. Vermont, Texas, Hawaii, as well as New Hampshire all have fast growing ‘Movements of Secession’, beget by virtue of the concurrent ripening divergence between California and the United States government.
Are these budding flowers of discontinuity much too difficult for us to reconcile, or could this secession be a good thing? What do you think are some very possible outcomes (Effects) that could easily arise from California and/or other States seceding (Cause)??? I suggest watching the Video posted below if you had trouble answering the aforementioned questions, or simply take a gander to compare how your guess, or prediction varies from the information shared with us throughout this short production outlining what would happen to the rest of us if these States, primarily California, were successful in secession and were granted self-sovereignty.