November 2 / 8pm California time
SPONSOR: Citizens for American Liberation — Political Action Committee CAL-PAC
GUESTS: (Secession leaders from) California National Party, Cascadia Bio-region, Yes California Calexit, Independent California, Baja Independencia (MIBC), Alberta separatists, South Carolina secession (Palmetto State Independence), in addition to: Brexit campaign manager Christian Egglishaw … and Libertarian presidential candidate Adam Kokesh.
With media coverage by “The Wasatch Report” , “Liberty Block” and “Weaponized News”
Joe Payne — Executive Director “Citizens for American Liberation” CAL-PAC
Map showing connected air corridor from Vancouver to Eugene Oregon + air corridor from Redding to Ensenada. Also easy Transportation access north and south but blocked by easy transportation over the Cascade and Sierra Nevada mountain ranges.
(note: Each organization is completely independent from every other organization. They only have a similar goal.)
Recently I was asked some questions about the California Independence movement CIM by a long-time supporter of the cause, the question was “what is the California Independence movement doing right now to move the ball forward?” This was a question that I really did not have a solid answer for, I simply did as I typically do, I directed him to five different groups. I quickly received a return message asking which group he should join and why, and again I was left in a position to try to not only explain the different groups, their missions, and even some of the conflicts between them. …
We also lose money funding the military.
California lost $14 billion last year in Federal Income taxes that we received NO SERVICES for.
“We described the difference as the balance of payments. For example, California’s balance of payments is -$13.7 billion. This means California residents get less in return than they pay for.”
CA PAID THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 1995–2014
A review of how California voted from 2008 — through elections in 2016 and 2018, with an overlap of the location of racist incidents in the last 2 years (below) and location of known white supremacy organizations in California.
Nation of California lasted for a decade — before Americans ever showed up.
California “Lone Star” Republic Flag 1836 — Pio Pico and Mariijano Vallejo the governors of North and South — but took action that CA be more independent. Years before the Bear Flag revolt.
In 1836, Juan Alvarado vowed to gain increased autonomy for California from Mexican rule with either “bullets or words.” He hoisted this white flag with a single, centered, red five-pointed star at Monterey. ( Click here for more on the significance of the red star )”
“In 1834, Alvarado had been elected to the Alta California Legislature as a delegate and appointed customs inspector in Monterey. The Mexican government had then appointed Lieutenant Colonel Nicolas Guterrez as Governor against the wishes of the legislature. In November of 1836, Alvarado and Jose Castro (with Vallejo’s political support) surrounded the presidio at Monterey and forced Guterrez to surrender power to them. At the time of Alvarado’s revolt, he still favored remaining a part of Mexico, and working with the Mexican government. With Vallejo’s political support, he went on to become a two-time Governor of Alta California from 1836–1837, and later between 1842–1845.” …
Stanford University and Reuters did a survey on support for secession. Both surveys showed around 1/3 of California supported the idea, and around 46 to 47.5% said they were not against discussing secession. However, both surveys under counted Latinos by 50% of their actual population in California. When we correctly count the percent of the Latino California 2017 population — support for secession rises from 1/3 to 1/2 of California (50.7% and 50% not opposed to Calexit from previous estimations of 27–32%). …
Recently there has been much discussion in the news about California and its Air Quality standards. Does it have the right to set its own emissions standards independent from the Federal government? Does it have the right to establish its own insurance standards? This follows on California appearing to set its own drug enforcement policies with allowing legalized Cannabis. Which follows on California seeming to establish its own immigration policy with a proposal to not work with Federal authorities on immigration. …