Friday letters: Secession would free America

06/13/2014 12:00 AM

06/12/2014 6:57 PM

As a Christian and native Carolinian, I was encouraged by the recent parliamentary election results in Europe. Far-right parties scored large successes, to the degree that a hostile media has dubbed the phenomena "far-right fever."

These victories were inspired, in part, by the native strength and maverick behavior of Vladimir Putin's Russia, who has done much more than repeatedly drub Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and put them in their places. Putin and his new conservative Christian white Russia have thoroughly outfoxed, outmaneuvered and defied both the European Union and our own sorry excuse for government.

I have young sons, so I pray for their sakes that the far-right fever sweeping Russia and Europe will turn pandemic. I pray that, be it God’s will, the fever will sweep across the Atlantic, inspiring a firestorm of demands for nullification and secession from the manifold oppressions of liberalism. Secession would end the feminist-driven mass murder initiated by Roe v. Wade, its death toll estimated at 53 million and counting. Secession would reverse the massive institutional, social and individual degeneration wrought by the Immigration Act of 1964 and by Brown v. Board of Education.

Secession would bring freedom from a depressed and regulation-strangled economy, from a filthy, increasingly pornographic pop culture, from the leftist stranglehold on higher education. The list of evils from which secession would free Americans goes on and on.

Winston McCuen

Ware Shoals

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