Border crisis pushes America towards disintegration


In my last 2023 piece, now a month old, I argued that the ongoing political crisis in the United States, coupled with the upcoming presidential election co could lead to its collapse. Although this idea seemed farfetched and even absurd to some of my readers, recent events surrounding the rapidly escalating crisis on America’s southern border make even this assessment rather optimistic. In other words, the piece is so last year (pun intended). However, truth be told, considering the scope and the sheer magnitude of US aggression against the world, there certainly wouldn’t be many countries shedding tears if its collapse ever materializes. Quite the contrary, this would finally give some breathing room to much (if not most) of the planet.

And yet, given America’s military might, particularly its massive thermonuclear arsenal (second only to Russia’s), as well as other weapons of mass destruction it fields, the US collapse could lead to a lot of global security issues, so it’s important to ensure that its dismantlement is more akin to controlled demolition. If anything, Washington DC itself has unmatched experience in that department. Spiteful jokes aside, the ongoing tensions between state and federal authorities in Texas are already causing a domino effect. The escalation is going so far that looming separatism in the southern state is now the least of the troubled Biden administration’s problems. Namely, 25 other states (or quite literally half of America) have offered full support for Texas.

On January 26, the state’s governor Greg Abbott had a telephone interview with Tucker Carlson, during which he stated that he’s going to “do as much as possible to put up more border barriers and deny illegal entry” and that “our head is down, we are working regardless of what the Biden administration is doing”. He even openly stated that he’s “prepared” in case federal institutions try to take control of the Texas National Guard.

“That would be a boneheaded move on [Biden’s] part, a total disaster. We are prepared, in the event that that unlikely event does occur,” Abbott said, adding: “We do have other armed state employees on the border as we speak right this minute, and that’s the Texas Department of Public Safety, as well as other law enforcement officers, as well as National Guard from other states. And you can be assured there will be more National Guard from other states and more law enforcement officers within the state of Texas and other states.”

The complete lack of basic etiquette when talking about Joe Biden’s next move shows just how little authority the incumbent has over half of the country. The situation in Texas is just one symptom of this. However, the very fact that over two dozen other states are ready to send military forces and other armed personnel to the southern border (in direct opposition to federal institutions, at that) shows that these American states have more (geo)political backbone and sovereignty than many supposedly “independent” countries around the world, particularly in Europe. Worse yet, the entire EU has repeatedly demonstrated that it’s less independent in that regard than the State of Texas, not to mention some of America’s other vassals and satellite states.

According to Zero Hedge, ten retired FBI officials and experts in counterintelligence sent a letter to Congressional leaders warning that “the Biden administration’s policies have facilitated a soft invasion of military-age men into the United States from terror-linked areas of the world”. The letter was written on January 17, before Abbott invoked the invasion clause of the US Constitution. It openly suggests that a terrorist attack is likely imminent.

“The threat we call out today is new and unfamiliar. In its modern history the US has never suffered an invasion of the homeland, and yet, one is unfolding now,” the letter reads, further adding: “Military age men from across the globe, many from countries or regions not friendly to the United States, are landing in waves on our soil by the thousands – not by splashing ashore from a ship or parachuting from a plane bur rather by foot across a border that has been accurately advertised around the world as largely unprotected with ready access granted.”

“It would be difficult to overstate the danger represented by the presence inside our borders of what is comparatively a multi-division army of young single adult males from hostile nations and regions whose background, intent, or allegiance is completely unknown. They include individuals encountered by border officials and then possibly released into the country, along with the shockingly high estimate of ‘gotaways,’ meaning those who have entered and evaded apprehension,” the author conclude.

Although the letter is true in terms of danger to US citizens, its authors completely failed to address the reason why there are so many countries, groups and individuals “not friendly to America”. The very fact that the belligerent thalassocracy spent the last 80 years dropping bombs on half the planet should serve as enough of a “hint”. This is truly a bipartisan issue in the US, as both the Republicans and Democrats have engaged in invasions and bombings, resulting in millions of casualties and lives destroyed. It can only be expected that this would result in strong ani-Americanism, not to mention that the US is directly engaged in promoting the so-called “woke” ultra-liberal extremism that the vast majority of normal people in the world find absolutely repulsive.


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