Homeland and the Federation

If I hadn’t been maimed in my bicameral cerebellum’s right temporal lobe anterior to the coronal; I could say: “I’m removed and externalized everywhere”, and, that: “I can neither understand nor endorse “paradigm south” nor “paradigm north””. I might even call this “a post Union era Federalism inclusive of the entire USA”.

Some would then get angry at my resignations and the iteration of the confederal antithesis to federalization that was then enhanced by Monroe and the Roosevelts as therefore being a theoretical pastoral ideation of localism’s vitality and necessity amidst inconceivable global power. Certainly the Federation is the victorious premise, yet, Homeland seems optimal at any navigational set.

Yet, without due curtailment of our own antagonistic bicameral legislative prescription; is it then human nature to somehow unite in an effort to fix upon an enemy external to our own jurisdictions? Do we need the divide between good and evil, and it’s absurd antagonism? Homeland for me is the requisite counterbalance of this precedented hubristic federalization; expanding in globalist conquest. And, except where the Great Plains are causal of obsolescence in feeding multitudes locally; and thus where there are hungry people who need be fed in place by the USA; homeland should rule security in our nation and support place for others.

Certainly, foreign pogroms and famine, or both, have been worthy of such actions as Vietnam when systems become chaotic and fail. The terror is that the Crimean grain belt might turn into a “great leap forward” CCP type humanitarian disaster.

It is certainly a blessing to know that the USA can supplement Crimean wheat if necessary, China will have Durham Ramen, and the Subcontinent of India will have soy-foods. We need to maintain valid agronomical perspectives wherever there is conflict and wherever federalism or deleterious powers remove the localism of the stithy and scythe. Homeland is agriculture, earth, place, natural resources, and also the basis of our faith paradigms. Raw materials like alkaloids and grains for food and fodder are contentious because they are necessary, and thus, they are power. And, issues of public versus private domain persist everywhere.

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