New California is a new state in development exercising it’s Constitutional Right to form from the State of California. The process to form New California is authorized and codified in Article 4 Section 3 of the United States Constitution.
After years of over taxation, regulation, and mono party politics the State of California and many of it’s 58 Counties have become ungovernable. The nature of the State becoming ungovernable has caused a decline in essential basic services such as education, law enforcement, fire protection, transportation, housing, health care, taxation, voter rights, banking, state pension systems, prisons, state parks, water resource management, home ownership, infrastructure and many more. To be sure A recent study issued by the U.S. News and World Report ranked California No. 23 in the nation based on an aggregate score measuring economy, education, infrastructure, crime, and more.
Enter New California State an organization seeking to educate California citizens about their right to form a new state from the State of California. New California State is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization. The organization is working together with likeminded individuals and groups to reach a common goal: to achieve a state split in accordance with the U.S. Constitution (Article IV, Sec. 3).
Founded in 2017 New California State declared its Independence on January 15, 2018 and has conducted 6 Constitutional Conventions across the state, where delegates of the New California State movement came together to construct the New California State Constitution and pass critical legislation to create New California State. The New California Legislature has to date passed 23 Resolutions including a resolution to “Restore the State of California”.
During the 6th Constitutional Convention New California State keynote speaker former Gov. and advisor to President Trump, Mike Huckabee endorsed the New California State.
The Need for New California
The U.S. Declaration of Independence of 1776, the Alta California Declaration of Independence of 1836 and the Sonoma Proclamation of 1846 declared the Right of the People in the states of Alta California and California respectively to throw off the bonds of tyranny.
Paul Preston of Agenda 21 Radio is the founder of the New California movement. He’s headquartered in Yuba City, 40 miles due north of Sacramento.
Agenda 21 Radio has been broadcasting for almost ten years.
What did Nancy Pelosi have to do with the implementation of the Agenda 21 Initiative that was revealed to the public at the Earth Summit in April, 1992? How was she involved in the adoption of California’s H. Con. Res. 353 in the same year?
How does H. Con. Res. 353 connect with the United Nations Sustainable Development Commission?
Mr. Preston visited East Berlin after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and asked, “Now that Communism is gone, where did all the Communists go?” “They all became environmentalists,” was the reply.
How much of a threat is the environmental movement to California? How serious are the rolling blackouts?
The socialist cities along the coast are squeezing the public out of their own resources throughout California. Is this part of the Green New Deal?
What are the Georgia Guidestones? What do they have to do with population “control” and internationalism?
The Green New Deal is very expensive. Californians pay 20 cents per kilowatt hour compared to Texans paying 6 cents per kilowatt hour for electricity.
What is really going on behind globalism’s motto, “Think globally. Act locally”? The Great Reset’s main focus has been — and still is — at the local level.
How has George Soros infiltrated the World Health Organization into local-level government?
Governor Gavin Newsom is a virtual governor.and an outright dictator. Why is he being sued and by whom?
How is the Newsom Recall Drive going?
Why was March 4, 2020 such a bad day for freedom-loving Californians?
Does the U.S. Military have an obligation to reinstall the U.S. Republic?
Did Hitler fake his suicide? Did he escape to Argentina? Or was it Indonesia? Mr. Preston gives his opinion and his insights.
What did the year 1661 have to do with “independence”? Why did King George III not know what the word meant in 1776? “That was a bad hair day for George,” Patrick says.
There were 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence — 54 were Protestant, 1 was Catholic, and 1 was Jewish.
Why were the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights so damaging to the Old World Order? What effect did the Communist Manifesto of 1848 have on these three documents?
California is a failed state. California is allegedly not opening its schools because of COVID, but the real reason is there’s not enough money to operate them.
Why is CalPERS (California Public Employees’ Retirement System) in such desperate straits? What did Chinese equities paying no dividends have to do with the missing money?
California’s current Constitution was ratified in 1879 and has been amended hundreds of times.
If New California is authorized, how much of the total California debt would they accept? How many electoral votes would the new state have? How will taxes, education, and businesses be changed?
Are county sheriffs on board with the New California movement?
How did Mr. Preston treat his own bout with COVID? How was tonic water involved?
A listener asks, “What does Paul Preston think about Rosa Koire and the ideas in her book Behind the Green Mask? “I wouldn’t be here on Agenda 21 Radio if not for her,” he says, and tells the story.
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Paul Preston on Agenda 21 and The New California State, March 10, 2021
March 18, 2023 @ 12:46 pm Ronald Imhoff
Consider this much simpler method of curing California’s need to split the state… a solution in 20 words:
Introduce a ballot initiative that moves the governor’s veto power to the 58 chairmans of the 58 county boards of supervisors.
The more you mull this over, the better this 95% solution will sound. Much easier than Splitting the state. No Federal approval needed. Most silly liberals bills will sent back the the State Legislature and need a “veto override” majority.
Adjusting the veto override percentage upward might be a needed later bill, but one thing at a time is important.
This change would be icing on the cake! Allowing the a vote of say… 45 or 50 chairman of the 58 counties to put an initiative on the ballot without the need for thousands of voter signatures. This alone is a wonderful initiative bill. This would allow the easy removal of say… the high priced gasoline mixture that LA needs and we don’t.
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