York County votes against Muslim ‘refugees’

York County, South Carolina has voted 4-3 to oppose the settlement of Syrian “refugees” in the county. York has roughly a quarter of a million people and is located just south of Charlotte, North Carolina. The mostly symbolic measure passed after an emotional debate in which three council members placed Leftist values such as “tolerance” and universalism over the well-being and safety of the public.

Governor Nikki Haley, a liberal Republican who led efforts earlier this year to take down a Confederate flag at a Statehouse war memorial, has asked the US government not to settle Syrians in the State. That was a reversal of her previous position in support of bringing Third World “refugees” to South Carolina. The change of position followed high profile terrorist attacks by Muslim immigrants in France and California which left scores dead and wounded.

Aiken County, South Carolina also recently voted against bringing in Syrian refugees.

Despite popular will against the move, the US government has already begun resettling potential terrorists in South Carolina and other Southern States. Thousands more, we are told, are on the way. The lack of any say as to who can cross our borders or settle in our land is just one of numerous drawbacks to Washington, DC’s rule over Dixie.

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  1. Sir, our governor McCrory, up here in your northern neighbour did, along with numerous other governors, likewise, oh – let’s say about a month ago.

    He was backt by about 30 sheriffs from rural counties.

    The Obama administration told him to stick it – informing him that they would not give him any information as to their resettlement of Syrian refugees in our state, only that they would continue to do so.

    Though I personally admire our governor, and am grateful to him, it seems he, as well as the other governors have backed down.

    I had hoped that our governor would have done what I, if I were he, would have done ; and that is promiset to find those refugees and deliver them all, right back to Pennsylvania Avenue – ‘resettling’ them in nearby apartments.

    Sir, it’s reacht the point where we need a governor with the hubris to nullify these things.

    If we do not get that kind of publick servant, soon, we will become toads of the new totalitarian government.

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    • We already are such toads, JD. The worse case scenario is here. I am looking for ways to destabilize the system and create new opportunities for us because the present order is quickly and surely killing us.

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      • Sir, unfortunately, you are right : we are already toads, and, as such ,my application of the epithet to us was unduly generous.

        What I should have said is this :

        ‘Sir, it’s reacht the point where we need a governor with the hubris to nullify these things.
        If we do not get that kind of publick servant, soon, we will become less than toads, and just unpleasant memories of the new totalitarian government.

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  2. Here in Texas, we’re in the position of having to vote for the lesser of two evils. None of our elected officials are going to come out as either pro Texan or pro Southern. That’s our main problem in Dixie. That’s why we need a Southern Nationalist Party. To take back Dixie. I began to think in terms of state level action and coordination between our states. I noticed that Rhett and the other original Southern Nationalists came to the same conclusion. Federal level action is just not possible in the face of Northern supremacy.

    As an aside.
    This presidential election will be the same as every one since 1860. The Northern people will select their president from among a group of Northern candidates. The token vote of Southrons and their counterparts in the Interior West will count for naught. This morning on CNN, a Philadelphia based political pundit admitted that the Southern vote was meaningless vis-à-vis the Republican party, as the North had the greater number of delegates. I’ve noticed as of late, more and more Northerners openly admitting that they rule “America”. And that the government frankly exists to serve them exclusively. And that Northern supremacy, not ” America”, is their primary concern. Unfortunately, most of the Southern people will not see it. Many will not believe it.

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    • ‘I’ve noticed as of late, more and more Northerners openly admitting that they rule “America”. And that the government frankly exists to serve them exclusively. ‘

      Dear Mr. Owen, I love what you have to say, but, unfortunately, I find the opposite to what you observe, here. No, the many Yankees I know are simply aghast when you mention what you have mentioned here.

      They have absolutely no idea that anyone is thinking of the South as separate from the North, in such bold terms, or that the government serves them. In fact, most of them think the government is bad,too, and serving no one but the interest of the oligarchs.

      Many others think it is bad because it is not socialist enough. Don’t know any like this : please observe Bernie Sander’s supporters. They are, geographically speaking, an eerie echo of the Union states, in the War of Northern Aggression.

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  3. ‘I am looking for ways to destabilize the system and create new opportunities for us because the present order is quickly and surely killing us. ‘

    Sir, I thank you for doing that. And, rest assured that, every day, whether at church or on the block, I talk to my neighbours in ways that encourage them to stop thinking this is 1972, or 1996, even.

    Many many are receptive to the topick of a failing, treacherous, and, even, hostile government, though, virtually nil are ready to make the leap to thinking of any alternatives.

    That said, if Miss Hillary wins this election, she will make the argument for us – unfortunately, or is that fortunately?

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  4. I’ll leave both of you with this thought : Southerners, today, are like Brits in early 1939 – just beginning to suspect that something is seriously awry with the Chamberlain government, and very unwilling to embrace what any Winston Churchill happens to be saying.

    Too many believe that a new cabinet, comprised of Mr. Trump, will patch up the main holes, and, from there, we will be back to high seas sailing…

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