15 U.S. states have filed a petition to secede from the country

November 10 representatives from 15 states asked the Obama administration with a formal petition to secede from the United States and the intention to set up their own government

It is noteworthy that these petitions were filed in just a few days after the re-election of Barack Obama for a second term.

Total applications of intent to withdraw from the single state filed: Louisiana, Texas, Montana, North Dakota, Indiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon and New York. All of these states have demanded that the Obama administration has granted them the right to a peaceful outcome to the United States.

Louisiana became the first state to file a petition. It was recorded the day after the election, Mr. Michael E. from Slidell, Louisiana.

Texas was the next state, followed by a petition from Mr. Micah H. from Arlington, Texas.

Texas petition reads as follows:

"U.S. continues to suffer economic hardship arising from the neglect of the federal government to reform domestic and foreign spending. Citizens of the United States suffer from blatant violations of their rights, such as the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act), TSA (Transportation Security Administration), etc. Given that Texas maintains a balanced budget and is the 15th largest economy in the world, it is feasible to Texas to get out of the union of states, and to do everything to protect the rights of citizens of the standard of life and re-secure their rights and freedoms in accordance with the original ideas and beliefs of our founding fathers, covenants, which are no longer reflected in the activities of the federal governmenta ".

The original petition, check out the petition the U.S. White House.

Under U.S. law, within one month from the date of submitting the application in support of them should be collected 25 thousand signatures, and then the Obama administration will be obliged to consider the request.

It should be noted that in a single day since the start of the collection of signatures had been recruited for one-third of the required consideration of the petition at the White House vote.

As of Sunday November 11, in Louisiana were collected 7358 signatures, Texas — 3771, Florida — 636 Georgia — 475 Alabama — 834, North Carolina — 792, Kentucky — 467, MS — 475, Indiana — 449, North Dakota — 162, Montana — 440, Colorado — 324; Oregon — 328, New Jersey — 301 and New York — 169.

It is expected that many states may follow suit.

Note that if the required number of signatures on petitions will be collected, there will be consideration of the exit 15 (or more) of the states of a single state. If the White House will deny states the right to peaceful secession, the U.S. government will soon face even more severe crisis.

The fact that the December 21, 2012 will expire 99-year-old chart (rent money machine) of the Federal Reserve System (FRS), given to her in 1913 by the U.S. Congress. 

To extend the lease, December 21, 2012 the Federal Reserve will require not only a majority of votes in the Senate and in the House, but three-quarters vote of the legislature of each of the 50 states. This would be very difficult, given the enormous federal debt and the depreciation of the U.S. dollar is not tied to gold. Gold certificates, which are paid for the printing of dollars the Fed, payable only in gold, but gold is long gone from the Fed.

Therefore, the entire financial world is on the verge reset dollar cash. The financial collapse of the U.S. dollar does not necessarily lead to a profound political economic crisis the United States, but also to the disintegration of the country into pieces. With such a threat, the U.S. government will be ready to resort to any measures, up to a nuclear war or, at least, a complete destabilization of the world's political and economic system.


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