13th Oregon rural county votes to secede and join Idaho | Eastern North Carolina Now

Greater Idaho Movement has the support of the prople but will Oregon let them go?


Crook County has become the thirteenth county in rural Oregon to vote in favor of leaving liberal Oregon and joining conservative Idaho.  The referendum was part of the Greater idaho Movement which asserts that rural eastern and central Oregon counties have more in common with Idaho than with Oregon, objecting to the very "woke" policies supported by the counties closer to the Pacific coast and then forced on the rural counties.

The Idaho state house has passed a resolution welcoming the move to bring these counties into Idaho.




There are also counties in Washington state and California seeking to join Idaho

In nearby westen Canada, a similar secession movement is afoot, the Wexit (western exit) movement, which seeks the secession of Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatcewan, and British Columbia from Canada  to form a new nation.  The movement is particularly strong in oil rich Alberta which last year passed the Alberta Sovereignty Act which allows the provincial government to nullify federal Canadian laws within the province and also allows local governments within Alberta to nullify federal laws within their territory.  

There are other secession movements afoot in the USA, as pointed out by the UK's Daily Mail, although they missed the one in Alaska, which has a registered Alaksa Independence Party:

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( May 25th, 2024 @ 9:35 pm )
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