Declaration of Independence by the National Congress of California The National Congress of California hereby declares the complete independence from the New Spanish despots. Their unrightful rule was forces up on California with the Bajonet and with the Bajonet it shall be removed. The Californian Army has taken up position along the Colorado and shall repel any attempts to subdue Californias freedom. The Californian Congress declares California a free nation of free people, a people that shall never again be supressed by maniac despots and their armies. The Congress also declares that this is not a declaration of aggression against any other Hispanic dominions or the Entente. California still wishes for friendship and cooperation with members and dominions of the Entente and hopes that all nations accept this offer of friendship. We will however resist and fight New Spains tyranny until they have recognized Californias freedom. California also calls upon its friends to assist us in this struggle for freedom. For Freedom, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. For the National Californian Republic.