Brit suggests it is time for Texas to exit the union

Daily Caller:
Lord Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount of Brenchley, thinks Texas should secede from the United States.

In his native Britain, voters are preparing to decide whether they will remain in the European Union.

Here in the United States, Texas just last month considered putting secession on the ballot. The Republican Party of Texas killed the measure.

This week, Monckton — former adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher — pushed for Texas independence in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller.

Monckton is a prominent conservative voice on issues such as climate change and the possible collapse of the U.S. dollar.

Why does a British political figure advocate Texas secession?

In short, Monckton views Texas as a lifeboat. He believes that America is on the verge of being overrun with Islamic invaders which will be accompanied by “imminent” financial destruction.

He advocates Texas secession, or what he calls “Texit,” as a way to preserve the best of America.
Monckton believes Texas has a unique right to secede that is different from other states.  Certainly Texas has shown the way in creating jobs and renewing American energy security despite the attempts of liberals in Washington to thwart it.  I don't sense that the succession movement has gone mainstream in Texas at this time.

BTW, Monckton is absolutely brilliant on "climate change."


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