FW: Almost half of US threatens to secede

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2012-11-14 07:59:42

Attachments : I am not sure if this story will “go anywhere”… but it’s interesting to see this develop. From: Allan [mailto:algistd@isys.ca] Sent: 14 November 2012 03:56To: undisclosed-recipients:Subject: Almost half of US threatens to secede
Almost half of US threatens to secede PreviousNext   Residents from 20 states have filed petitions with the White House to secede from the country.   Louisiana became the first of the (as of now) 50 united states that managed to collect enough signatures to have their petition for secession added to the White House’s website last week, and so far they’ve had no problem finding company. A petition asking for the government to “Peacefully grant the State of Louisiana to withdraw from the United States of America and create its own NEW government” garnered more than 14,000 signatures since going live on November 7, and so far 19 other states have managed to attract similar success. share.banoosh.com/20… Related posts: While US votes for president, Puerto Rico may secede from America Cold threatens tens of thousands left homeless in New York Texas attorney general threatens to arrest international election monitors Spanish Military Threatens Treason As Catalonia Seeks Secession Referendum US Congress threatens presidential powers 40 States Secede, 37 Moving Toward Local Currencies : ‘In The U.S. We Don’t Trust’ Video Tuesday, November 13, 2012 A check of the White House website today revealed that there are currently over 40 petitions (states) that have requested the secession of their state from the Union. The states that have filed a petition to secede from the United States is growing every day since the election results were final. The next step for these states will be a local currency. But local currency’s are nothing new. Below is a list of states and local communities within those states that already have a model in place for just such an event. beforeitsnews.com/ec… Nearly Half Of The U.S. Petition To Secede, Will All 50 States Petition The President To Secede? Video