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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Someone Who's Been Listening to Crackpots

Apparently Igor Panarin has been listening to the crackpots who have been claiming that “Jesusland” should be separate from “The United States of Canada” as well as the apparently-different crackpots complaining about the alleged un-Americanism of recent immigrants.

On the other hand, maybe he figures that it's our turn to break up.

On the gripping hand, the breakup of the Soviet Union was a matter of reversing part of the Russian conquests of a few centuries ago. Reversing the American Civil War is unlikely, considering that much of the former confederacy has been taken over by the Yankee race. (George W. Bush, for example, is a Texan of Yankee descent.) Reversing the Mexican War is marginally more likely, until we notice that Mexican politics has been upended in the past decade or so by the increasing influence of the areas close to the United States. It may be that the United States is taking over Mexico rather than the other way around.

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