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Proper/normal male behavior is now criminalized in daily life, in the USA. There is a huge societal game of "I'm not touching you", like ill-mannered children play, occurring. The decline has been accelerating rapidly, even in my lifetime I have noticed an extreme difference.
The goal is to take out the protective class, i.e. men, so that evil can have its way uncontested. To achieve these ends, the tactic at use has been psychological subversion, rather than the bludgeon, leading to legal subversion, over an extended period of time.
Frankly, action to re-seal Pandora's Box in America, or otherwise separate into what should come after to replace the nation (i.e. smaller nations of the kind previously discussed) must happen relatively soon before memory of the Way is lost to upcoming generations, born & raised in an inverted reality--one of the levels of Earthly Hell. (Much like the reality present in the popular short story Harrison Bergeron, or some other dystopic nightmare of a similar vein).
If every state makes their own rules, unfettered by federal government, you WONT like living here. You'll have people moving to the states that have the "rules" THEY want to live by, and you'll have THOSE states arguing with the next one about what they should do to stop people from running back and forth undermining THEIR rules!
It seems you just conceded foreign culture(s) immigrating freely is inherently subversive and will necessarily destabilize the primary culture and group. Do you believe that stays constant across scaling--small to large?
The idea of a nation is to get a grouping of people who are on the same page to work and co-operate together in order to support a common vision of life. Now, the US population is strongly divided, not even close to on the same page--it would seem reasonable to consider orderly and respectful dissolution into separate such groups.
Yes. In fact, that is precisely what has happened in the past few decades as bullies have veered away from direct, physical control to passive aggressive, often online/virtual or otherwise indirect, forms of illegitimate dominance & abuse.
In the popular culture, simply look at the portrayal of Flash Thompson from the (2002) Spiderman starring Tobey Maguire versus the latest (2017) Spiderman Homecoming depiction. Video links relevant to discussion below:
1. Spiderman (2002): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1e6O6oe0I
2. Spiderman Homecoming (2017): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaemSB4Vp8
Furthermore, human conflict, and those who seek to replace an even handshake with a strong arm, are inevitable. In order to defend against it, for the sake of oneself and others, people must acquire skills of power, dominance, and control properly reigned in by a strong moral compass. Attempts to legislate against the natural order, in this regard, will necessarily injury the person(s) the lawmakers have claimed intention to protect and maintain their psychological and bodily integrity.
Europe is a union of separate nations. However, I am suggesting a union of states, sub-nations if you will, all connected to the parent nation conglomerate. The benefit of this is in increasing the power of the nation as a whole relative to various smaller independent nations, safeguards against the type of balkanization that has occurred in Europe and elsewhere, greatly increases the strength of the Military/defense force from foreign threats (i.e. outside of North America), and maintains a much more robust economic world power. Additionally, of course, it allows the citizenry to choose the general type of lifestyle and legal structure they desire to live in, and have control over what is in their reach and no further (in principle)--rather than smaller groups influencing the governance of 330 million, many of which do not agree with the state of affairs at all; which, of course, is the current predicament.