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Frequently asked questions…
Secede? Seceding is the reversal of “ceding” some land to another. The republic of Texas never ceded its land to the United States, and that was very clear in the annexation agreement between them. What was changed was the form of government in Texas and that can be changed again. The lands of Texas still belong to the republic of Texas to this day, including submerged coastal land for 12 leagues out into the golf confirmed by court cases. Why is seceding suddenly so popular? All Around the world, people who had been lulled into a state of apathy in artificial prosperity, have been jolted out of it by events that reveal dictatorial governments in monetary collapse, leading to chaos and loss of life, liberty and property. People have suddenly realized they can govern themselves better than unaccountable governments that are doing it for them. So 100s of 1000s of people sign petitions or protest in the streets to show they are serious about their concerns. For every petition signer there are three or four more who like to petition but don’t want their name on the White House list. Seceding is just the popular word for their right to establish a new government when the old one fills in its duties. Is Texas a "Democracy” When Independence was won from Mexico was won in 1836 Texas chose to become a "constitutional republic” That form of government leaves ultimate authority in the hands of "the people who live on the land of Texas.” The people elect trustworthy representatives delegated to take care of a few matters like national defense, protection from criminals, an honest monetary system, and so on. Their Constitution severely limits the actions and power or their government, and places very few limits on the people,The people are unhindered in pursuing life. liberty and property. The result is virtuallv the opposite of a modern democracy that typically morphs into a mob-ocracy as government promotes group envy to win elections. Did you ever pledge Allegiance to the Flag, and to the Democracy for which it stands?