The Movement for the Independence of Baja California has released the following statement of support for the Yes California Independence Campaign:

The people of Baja Peninsula and California are pursuing Independence through legal and peaceful means. They are both actively working to become sovereign nations for the same reasons. Both the people of Baja and California feel that they are a different culture from the mainland cultures of Mexico and America respectively. Both feel that they are more prosperous than the rest of the nation and have their resources taken and spent on the welfare of the rest of the nation, rather than being spent on their own area. Both feel that that their unique cultures are looked down upon by the national culture. Both would like to be independent so that they can be more connected to other nations and the international world. Because of these many common reasons and goals for becoming a nation, Movimiento Independentista de Baja California and Yes California have agreed to publicly express mutual support for each other’s cause.

The Yes California Independence Campaign has released the following statement of support for the Movement for the Independence of Baja California:

The people of Baja Peninsula and California share a common history that predates California’s status as an American state. We must remember that we are all Californians and it is important for us to stand together as brothers and sisters. The Yes California Independence Campaign and the Movement for the Independence of Baja California represent the voices of the millions of Californians from both sides of the border. While we work to achieve independence from the United States, our brother and sister Californians in Baja similarly work to achieve their independence from Mexico.

Both California and Baja California are culturally distinct from the country to which they currently belong. Both have similar greivences with the country to which they currently belong. Both are exploited, neglected, underrepresented, and/or overtaxed by the country to which they currently belong. In short, there are many commonalities between our two campaigns, our motivitations, and our intended methods for achieving our goals. For these reasons, the Yes California Independence Campaign and the Movement for the Independence of Baja California have agreed to publicly express mutual support for each other’s cause.

  1. Hugo Lopez says:

    We understand that there is sellouts in every country, but the Baja peninsula is not for sale.

    • Californian pride says:

      It’s indenpendence, not selling brother. It would be the new country of California with 3 states :cal, bc, bcs.
      It sound great where do I sign?

      • Gerardo says:

        Estas pero bien imbecil. Baja california jamas se separara de mexico, no lo digo yo. Nuestra bandera mexicana esta en el corazon del puerto de ensenada! Nadie quiere independencia! De estados unidos si pero de mexico no! Recuerda que ambos estados estan llenos de mestizos (decendientes de nativos y españoles, esos son mexicanos) y por lo tanto loa mexicanos tenemos mas derechos sobre california. cuando california se independice se anexara a mexico! Ambos formamos parte del historico nueva españa
        #makenuevaespañagreatagain
        #makeimperiomexicanogreatagain
        #californiaismexican

  2. George LeFerve says:

    Don’t listen to this Russian Propoganda. These asshats just want to divide the Western World. These guys are puppets of the Kremlin and they are on Putin’s payroll. The founder of the so called “Movement” lives in Russia. Concidence? I think not.

    • Monsieur Le Meusx says:

      Asshats? maybe…but a derp herder is someone who doesn’t link extraordinary claims with reputable sources. Here, my friends, we have an example of at least one of these two. Dont be a derp. *derp*

  3. Oh, if only this could happen!……so tired of being morally, finacially and mentally being raped by trump, the gop and all the stupid saps and suckers that got conned by him/them.

  4. Daniel from Rio de Janeiro, the true capital of Brazil says:

    Wouldnt be more easy just ask Canada to unite California. They have exactly the same policys that you wish in your land. It would fit your economic and social values very well…
    Also, i am brazilian, and we respect your movement a lot, so we wish you open a large “intercâmbio”(students and science exchange program) with BRAZIL. PLEASE, WE NEED THAT( We suffer from bad federal policies too).

  5. AceCrim says:

    You libtards are completely ridiculous and insane. If you don’t like America then go to a different country, but don’t expect us to give up California. If you really dislike our Constitution, you LOSERS need to leave.

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