Fuck that.

We need to fence the whole state and give it away as “reparations.”

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “Where California Goes, The Country Follows?”
  1. Due to “chrome”??? Too much bling driving off the beautiful people? Hahahahahaha hahahahahaha

  2. Aesop, of Raconteur Report, makes a compelling point ref “fence it off/give it away”. He noted that there are conservative brothers, “behind enemy lines”, and that we ought to consider whether abandoning them is proper.

    Having said that, I certainly get the impulse.

    1. Balkanize California, the political divisions tend to be geographic so give the Inland Empire and Nor Cal statehood while making LA and SF and their “woke” suburbs Bantustans.

      1. It’s simpler than that:
        West of the I-5/405 from Tijuana to Oregon is henceforth Shitholia, east of the I-5 to Nevada and AZ stays California.
        If you put that on the ballot here, it would pass 90:10.
        D.C. would downvote it, but that’s the problem anyways.

  3. 1) For starters, why not take your homeless drug addict/douchebags back?
    Surveys of them have demonstrated it, and I see their SSNs in the E.D. to confirm the obvious: 90+% of the “homeless” were shipped here from the Other 47.
    Take back your toothless, banjo-playing meth heads, and 90% of our problems in Califrutopia go back home where they belong.

    2) Ventura & Topanga is deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep in the ‘burbs of rich whitebreadland, out on the furthest reaches of the San Fernando Valley; it’s not downtown Shitholia. As an area of L.A., compared to other parts, it’s under-policed, and overrun. It was bad enough that I left that area code 25 years ago for less-troubled areas of SoCal, and it’s only descended to all-out Tijuana/Beirut levels since then. I give it a few weeks before the locals start solving the problem under Rule .22.
    It may be longer, but it’s still a matter of when, not if.

    Shift the costs from ongoing perpetual welfare and criminal justice expenses, to a one-time pauper’s burial.
    QED

    The minute that penny drops with the local residents, the population of homeless thereabouts is going down like Disney stock and CNN ratings.

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