Texas’ Independence

One of  my long time predictions from 15 years ago seems to be coming true. There is a proposal in the legislature in Texas, to declare their independence from the United States Federal Government, which is run from Washington. I said way back then, Texas would be the first state to leave. It’s good for Texans, I have always had a great love for them, they were very kind to me, those people. They don’t need to suffer under the laws of Zionist fascist legislators, that seek to  bring mayhem on America. Stuart Wilde www.stuartwilde.com

A Bill For The 83rd Session Of The Texas Legislature




, The Republic of Texas originally won its independence from Mexico in



, prior to acceptance of the joint resolution of the Congress of the United

States, Texas existed as an independent republic for a period of nine years until



, upon accepting admission as one of the United States, Texas remained

a free and independent State subject only to the Constitution of the United



, the United States Federal Government has passed laws requiring

expenditures of the State and People of Texas that are unfunded by the federal

government in violation of the Tenth Amendment to the United States



, the United States Federal Government has caused the intentional

devaluation of its currency with its reckless spending and borrowing threatening

the economic survival of Texas;


, the United States government has allowed the use of its authority,

credit and good will for the benefit of private and foreign concerns in violation of

its own constitution;


, the United States Federal Government has repeatedly failed and

refused to guard the border between the State of Texas and the country of

Mexico, which has led to and required vast expenditures by the State of Texas to

protect its citizens;


, the United States Federal Government has implemented thousands of

laws, mandates and agencies in violation of the United States Constitution that

have invaded the sovereignty of the State of Texas;

A Bill For The 83rd Session Of The Texas Legislature


, Article 1 Section 1 of the State of Texas Constitution states that “the

perpetuity of the union depends on the right of local self‐government unimpaired

to all of the States”;


, Article 1 Section 2 of the State of Texas Constitution states that “all

political power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on

their authority, and instituted for their benefit” and “they have at all times the

inalienable right to alter, reform or abolish their government in such manner as

they may think expedient



, it is desirable and necessary for the Legislature to ascertain the will of

the people on continued relationship between Texas and the United States and

for that message to be communicated to the United States Federal Government;


, be it Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the

State of Texas assembled, that a plebiscite be conducted at the next regularly

scheduled Constitutional amendment election to determine the will of the

citizens of the State of Texas regarding the independence of Texas.

Be it further Resolved that:

The vote of the citizens on the issue of independence be non‐binding and

advisory only.

That the results of the voting of the citizens of Texas be reported to the

Governor and the sitting members of the Legislature of the State of Texas for

further consideration in accordance with the wishes of the citizens of the State

of Texas.

That the results of the voting also be reported to both houses of the United

States Congress and the President of the United States.

That the wording of the issue to be placed on the ballot shall be as follows:

“That the State of Texas should reassert its status as an independent nation.”


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