The Will to Secede, with Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South
It has been not quite two months since we had our good friend, League of the South President Dr. Michael Hill here with us to discuss The Current Crisis. Of course, that crisis is upon us, and now that we have had our first look at what is coming with the Biden administration and the accompanying Democratic majority in Congress, we are happy to have him back with us once again, this time to talk about the will to secede. The will to secede is the only way that we can express our natural right and our will to self-determination. But more importantly, abandoning the empire is the only way we can focus our attention on what is truly important, which is our own kith and kin, the survival of our own people.
What follows are my notes and discussions, not all of which I had an opportunity to present in the presentation, but that was also planned:
There have been twenty-four Executive Orders issued by Biden and published at the website for the Federal Register as of January 28th, 2021. Ten of these are directly related to the false Covid-19 pandemic, and a few are indirectly related. Information from the Federal Register or other sources is quoted in italics. Otherwise the comments are the opinion of William Finck
General orders :
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Revoked a lot of Trump executive orders, including a couple titled “Promoting the Rule of Law...” and one titled “Increasing Government Accountability for Administrative Actions…”
“It is the policy of my Administration to use available tools to confront the urgent challenges facing the Nation, including the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID–19) pandemic, economic recovery, racial justice, and climate change. To tackle these challenges effectively, executive departments and agencies (agencies) must be equipped with the flexibility to use robust regulatory action to address national priorities. This order revokes harmful policies and directives that threaten to frustrate the Federal Government’s ability to confront these problems, and empowers agencies to use appropriate regulatory tools to achieve these goals.”