Friday, May 12, 2023



TEXIT, the popular, grassroots movement to make the Republic of Texas sovereign again, free of the shackles of DC tyranny. The TEXIT website puts it like this: 

"Our mission is to secure and protect the political, cultural and economic independence of the nation of Texas and to restore and protect a constitutional Republic and the inherent rights of the people of Texas."

Right on, and to that end we have Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Dyess AFB and so many more, not least the DLC (Dallas Light Cavalry), which is an irregular unit known for its élan and hard work in the field. So yes, we have an army, and a formidable one to boot. 

But there's a fly in the ointment, a splinter in the toe, a loose filling, a (stop it, Ed.) problem. That problem is Austin, twinned with San Francisco, a city full of hippies and wealthy Bolshevik radicals that threatens our great state from within. A fifth column, if you like. Solution?

Blockade Austin and its allied counties, Travis, Tarrant, Presidio, Zavala, Brooks, Starr, Dallas and on and send them to California. That's it, that's the solution. Send the populations of those counties to the blue Golden State, and Chicago, and DC and New York. Governor Abbott, the time has come. Put 'em on the bus and send 'em off. 

Le /Pol/ Face

Keen-eyed observers of our ridiculously fast-paced news cycle will note Establishment Gregg's been doing just that and the Democrat sanctuary cities aren't very happy about it. Not at all. Of course blacks and latinos coexist in perfect harmony, except that they don't, and the DNC's made the command decision to throw the failing former demographic under the bus, LBJ style. More votes you see, and sorry Black Caucus, you lose the calculus game.

Not Texas but whatever

Regardless, here in Texas we stand united behind the one star, the Lone Star that's the symbol of our Republic.




Anonymous said...

Austin alone didn't elect LBJ, Bush, Connelly, Cruz, Abbott, Cornyn, or Rick Perry. Just saying. More than Austin needs a serious purge in that state. I'm all for 50 state secession, and all the way to 330,000,000 citizen secession.

LSP said...

I 100% agree, anon.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

LindaG said...

But will the bases back TEXIT, or have they become a rainbow arm of our demonrat government?

You all be safe and God bless.

Ritchie said...

*.xit is an option that should be widespread and kept loose in the holster.

Anonymous said...

An interesting concept. But a few other items need addressing first. This is what Texas is really up against (see link below). I think that perhaps an ongoing prayer for revival may yield better results.

LSP said...

Excellent analysis, WSF, thanks for that.

LSP said...

Now that, Linda, is a very good point. I'm not sure. It seems the rainbow gets greater traction the further up the command chain we care to go.

For what it's worth, Franco's fightback against the commies was called, initially, the "revolt of the Captains." Or something like that.

Bless you.

LSP said...

Good call, Ritchie.

LSP said...

Anon, I 100% agree. And what hellish revelation in that link.

These people are sick and evil.