posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 07:16 PM
During the 1800s from what I understand the inhabitants of what is today British Columbia, Washington and Oregan wanted to form their own state but
eventually the majority split up and decided to join the unions of America and Canada. The idea has since being flung back and forth by the
conservative parties of those states and provinces but no real consensus over independence had come about.
The white supreme groups also wanted an independent Cascadia but only making it for whites... so did some of the few rightwing extremists who cited
great disagreement with the federal governments and wanting a more free capitalist society... even though Oregan, Washington and British Columbia tend
to be more liberal than most other states and provinces.
In plain the idea is outdated and wont work. Both Canada and the US have too much vested interests in that region and even if there was a nations wide
succession Cascadia will not benefit and sustain as much due to years of seperate and diversity alone which will bring about more succession calls.