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United States Secession Movements by tucsonmike on 16 November 2012 4:12am
 
Felt I had to post this. http://iamanauthorimustauth.wordpress.com/2012/11/16/united-states-secession-movements/
 
Re: United States Secession Movements by Lounge Trekker on 18 November 2012 9:26pm
 
A potential solution to the mid east issue would be as simple as the original solution, the creation of Israel. Sympathizers of the Jewish cause could lobby Washington, they could actually occupy the area populating it with other sympathizers from around the world.

When they seceed, the population of Israel could move in, and we'd have the problem solved. Get this going soon and they'll have a piece of land they can call thier own. Simply edit the Old Testament, again, and it will read the way you want it to, again. After a few generations the residents will believe that this was the promised land.

Choose one of the least populated states, like Wyoming or Vermont and give them a chunk.
 
Re: United States Secession Movements by johnnyBgood! on 19 November 2012 12:22am
 
Is Pete on the wacky baccy ? :)

Up until recently, I may have suggested Montana but I've bought a spread out there and you'll only prise my rifle from my cold dead hand. ;)
 
Re: United States Secession Movements by tucsonmike on 19 November 2012 12:51am
 
Pete, that is partly true. Last night, I was watching the first episode of Mankind The Story of Us on History Channel. The bible was first written, during the Jewish exile in Babylonia in the sixth century B.C. When the Persians were invading from the East (some things don't change) a leader in that community wanted the Jews to head back to Israel. Some did not want to go, they had comfortable lives in Babylon.
 
Re: United States Secession Movements by tucsonmike on 19 November 2012 1:19am
 
Pete, that is partly true. Last night, I was watching the first episode of Mankind The Story of Us on History Channel. The bible was first written, during the Jewish exile in Babylonia in the sixth century B.C. When the Persians were invading from the East (some things don't change) a leader in that community wanted the Jews to head back to Israel. Some did not want to go, they had comfortable lives in Babylon.
 
Re: United States Secession Movements by johnnyBgood! on 19 November 2012 4:08am
 
If you had an ancestor that owned some land in Babylon, Mike, you could probably claim it back. I believe that there is a clause that you must claim within 3,000 years though. However, if a Babylonian claims that your ancestor didn't actually own the land, you may have to call for the military backing of the U.S.A. to smite them.
 
Re: United States Secession Movements by Lounge Trekker on 19 November 2012 4:54am
 
I would have suggested a parcel of Canadian land, but the First Nations peoples have right of first refusal and even as tough as the Jewish people are, they don't want the legal hassles.

Don't be bogartin' Johnny, keep it goin' round.
 



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