Some groups in the state argue that Texas should be an independent country, opposing the policies of the US, where the US is at the behest of globalist and Zionist businessmen-clans and where US soldiers go to war for the interests of arms dealers.

"We don't want to die in the Middle East for the interests of globalist arms dealers," the young Texans said. Many Texans have declared war on the LGBT-Q movement.  Texas Muslims also support separatist sentiment. Muslim Texans declare open war on globalism and Zionism. 

One of these groups, the "Texas Independence Party" (TPS), declared at a press conference last week, "We rebel against the globalist system, Texas must be independent." TPS President Greg Abbott said, "The United States has become a country that serves the interests of global capital. We believe that Texas must be independent to protect its own interests."

Abbott argued that if Texas were independent, it could set its own energy policies, make its own decisions on issues such as immigration and border security, and become a more economically free country.

TPS's statements resonated in the US and internationally. Some commentators have suggested that the independence movement in Texas could be a threat to US unity.

History of the independence movement

Texas had declared its independence from Mexico in 1836. However, it joined the United States in 1845. The independence movement in the state began to gain strength again in the late 20th century. In 2009, the Texas Independence Party was founded. The party has increased its vote share in every election, showing the strength of the independence movement.

What does it mean for the future of the US?

It is not yet clear what the independence movement in Texas means for the future of the US. However, the movement could threaten the unity and stability of the US.