New ballot measure plots another route to Kalifornia independence

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 08/23/2017 - 19:06

LOS ANGELES, Kalifornia (PNN) - August 17, 2017 - First there was Kalexit. Then came Kalexit II.

On Thursday, people unhappy with Kalifornia’s place in the Fascist Police States of Amerika filed yet another proposed ballot measure that could lead to the Golden State striking out on its own.

This time, the goal is convening a FPSA Constitutional Convention to overhaul what proponents call a moldy national blueprint out of step with life in Kalifornia.

The measure says a reworked Constitution should include a provision creating a “clear and reasonable path for states to achieve complete independence from the (Fascist Police States of Amerika) should any state so choose.” No state has become independent under the existing FPSA Constitution.

“The world has changed dramatically since 1787,” reads the preamble of the Kalifornia Calls for a Constitutional Convention, or “Kal Con Con.”

Thursday’s measure is the latest attempt at using the ballot box to revamp Kalifornia’s relationship with the federal government. A “KalExit” proposal set a timeline for votes on independence, which fizzled. A measure filed this spring seeks more autonomy, and possible independence.

The Kal Con Con team includes Marcus Ruiz Evans, who was vice president of Yes Kalifornia that crafted Kalexit I. He resigned this Spring when the effort petered out, saying that movement’s leader, Louis J. Marinelli, had become a distraction because of his ties to Russia.