Irreconcilable differences…time for a divorce

2013 March 31
by justrand

Sometimes people who start out in a loving relationship develop “irreconcilable differences”. They become two adults living together…but just making each other miserable, and angry. There are 5 basic outcomes: (1) they “reconcile”, (2) they stay together “for the sake of the children”, (3) one of them kills the other one, (4) one of them just ups and leaves, or (5) they divorce.

America is two nations…living together, but just making each other miserable…and increasingly angry.

Option 1, Reconciliation, is not gonna happen. We have the Divider-in-Chief…trying to tear us into many more pieces than two. Obama attended St. John’s Episcopal Church today, and the “sermon” was given by Rev. Dr. Luis Leon. Leon is Obama’s go-to guy for stirring things up, and this alleged “holy man” said THIS today: “It drives me crazy when the captains of the religious right are always calling us back … for blacks to be back in the back of the bus … for women to be back in the kitchen … for immigrants to be back on their side of the border.” Wait…WTF?? That was a PREACHER giving an Easter Sermon????  Leon, and Obama are not interested in reconciliation…so I’m not either.

Option 2, “staying together for the children”, is a non-starter…the children are being set up for financial or ACTUAL enslavement. We need to be APART for the children.

Option 3, one of them kills the other one. Well…we won’t start it if they don’t. But I’ll be DAMNED if I’m gonna sit around and watch Obama and his DHS thugs align with the New Black Panther Party, et al, to slit our throats.

Option 4, onedivimage side or the other just leaves. Not happening…except as part of Option 5: Divorce.

It’s time for a divorce…so that we DON’T kill each other, DON’T harm the kiddies, and DON’T just continue to make each other miserable.

We are two nations, sharing the same space, with irreconcilable differences. Time to start working on having the same peaceful and amicable style divorce that happened when we divorced from England in 1776…oh, wait…


48 Responses leave one →
  1. 2013 March 31 2:58 pm
    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    Don’t we need a divorce from the GOP first?

    Jeff Flake: “Inevitable” that a GOP Presidential Candidate will Support Gay Marriage:

    Flake also is one of the “Gang of Eight” on comprehensive immigration reform.

  2. 2013 March 31 3:05 pm
    bc3b permalink

    O/T for an uplifting story: Kristen Moore is the womens basketball coach at Westmont College in the LA area. Her husband died unexpectedly last fall. A few months later she gave birth to her first child a baby girl. She remained as coach and coached a very average team with one star to the NAIA (small college) national championship:,0,4646232.column

  3. 2013 March 31 3:30 pm
    justrand permalink

    Bc3b…the GOP is and will be irrelevant

    The divorce figures to be ugly

  4. 2013 March 31 3:38 pm
    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    You can bet the Rev. Luis Leon worked on his sermon in conjunction with the Obama Administration.

    Is Episcopal still even considered a religion?

  5. 2013 March 31 4:26 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    Lets be real. Yes it is well beyond the time for a divorce. We can not live with them and they can not tolerate us. We can live without THEM, BUT they can not live without us. They need us to produce as they can not.

    For Socialism to work (and it will not), they need to enslave the whole world to their failed ideology to prove that it does work (doesn’t but you can not argue with idiots).

    Thus we are really left with Option 3. Given our nature, we wont start it BUT sure as hell we will finish it. It is going to be bloody.

    Time is running out. One can see that and gets an understanding that the rest of America can sense it too. Thus why the average American is arming up. They sense something is wrong and want to be prepared. On the flip side the Federal Government is arming up and preparing to bring it to us – comply or die. And a good chunk of the left has no clue and those in the middle just want to drink beer and watch American idol.

    Eventually it will be a train wreck with HUNDREDS of millions of Americans dead.

  6. 2013 March 31 4:33 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Is Episcopal still even considered a religion?

    Well its not like the church I remember from my childhood so the answer is no its not. Worse two factions are fighting it out and they are about ready to split too.

    At the national level, I won’t say divorce is not the proper solution, it probably is. However there is the property settlement and they are always sticky. If you go out on youtube you will find pieces called Civil War II and the like. For some reason they always portray California as either independent or aligned with the Northeast-Washington axis. The surprise is from a logistic point of view once you get past the counties hugging the coast much of the rest of the state is purple or red. The libs preferring to be unarmed that blue stip is a push over when the struggle comes. Same for Texas. Austin will be purged soon after succession. Cities like New Orleans, Jackson, Atlanta would face similar fates.

    Its all going to look very nasty.

  7. 2013 March 31 4:36 pm
    justrand permalink

    Gnqanq…even people on the Left that I know are talking about when the SHTF and the absence of TROL.

    I pray I am wrong…but this Summer may tell the tale, for better or worse

  8. 2013 March 31 4:41 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    It could be millions dead. But as I have pointed out before we the opposition if coordinated could end a civil war in 30 days. The Libs have preference for urbanscapes. You bring down the power and water to these urban cores and they will collapse under their own demands. It would be to the oppositions benefit to also psyop the govt into thinking that massive efforts must be mounted to keep the urban cores going. Perfect, ties up their resources rather than battling us in the open. All right out of the Maoist playbook.

  9. 2013 March 31 4:54 pm
    justrand permalink

    Drdog…but how will we get organized? That is our Achilles heel..for now.

    We truly need Minutemen organizations again

  10. 2013 March 31 4:58 pm
    justrand permalink

    Btw…I would join a Minuteman org in a moment. As before these would be purely defensive…unless…

  11. 2013 March 31 5:01 pm
    bc3b permalink

    The problem is that the breakdown is pretty much rural (red) versus urban (blue). Most of us are odd balls (conservatives living in urban areas).

    In the Civil War (War Between the States for drdog, ip and Mullet) the north had all the money and resources. Had these things been equal, the south probably would have won.

  12. 2013 March 31 5:10 pm
    justrand permalink

    bc3b, many of live on VERY rural areas…we just need to find each other when the SHTF

  13. 2013 March 31 5:15 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    I have been playing what-if’s in my mind if a Cyprus banking capital controls happened here. I have come to the conclusion it can’t. Or should I say it can’t and be successful.

    * 60% of the employed population receives their funds by direct deposit.
    * The average mortgage costs around $1000/mo on a national basis for a typical 3/2 w garage. Many of these homeowners have automatic withdrawal because they were induced to do so by a 1/4pt off their mortgages.
    * Fannie and Freddie are still on life support. The surviving TBTFs still have mortgage exposure on their books.
    * FDIC is barely treading water. They could not handle a single TBTF failure let alone multiple.
    * Any business exceeding 50 employees probably maintains an average payroll account that is higher than the FDIC $250k limit. (Oh and it might not even apply, have to do some discovery what account type are excluded from FDIC coverage.)

    So lets say JP Morgan had a derivatives call from some major sovereign accounts. The Fed request the President in an emergency order trigger a capital controls regimen like what was done to Cyprus. From there the dominoes fall pretty quick. Firms all up and down the landscape cannot transact payroll as large transactions are frozen. Direct deposit ceases to the employees. Within 2 weeks a month tops the mortgage comes due. The auto withdrawal notifies the bank that the loan is now in default. The mortgage desk across all the banks start seeing a red sea of defaults. Freddie and Fannie now have calls for more liquidity which may not be available. The TBTF’s now face the prospect that they will face CDS calls to their hedge insurer who is probably another bank or an insurance company. It snow balls.

    Worse, those same firms that can’t transact payroll also don’t have access to their working capital to fulfil orders. Work starts grinding to a halt. Customer start cancelling orders and asking for their money back. Firms start bankruptcy proceedings en-mass. Courts are jammed. Employees are discharged wholesale. Balance of payments go totally out of whack at the macro level. Roll over of T-Bills ceases as foreign investors fear the worst.

    Bernacke has to know this. The cascade effects are too large to fathom and that fear alone will most likely prevent a Cyprus like scenario. But I could see the government freezing foreign funds transfers.

  14. 2013 March 31 5:17 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Most of us are odd balls (conservatives living in urban areas).

    I am working on that one BC….

  15. 2013 March 31 5:20 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    If our playbook is a replay of 1776 then it is the Sons of Liberty we need to build. Revere rode on their notice. But the need I do agree with.

  16. 2013 March 31 5:21 pm
    justrand permalink

    Drdog…the scenario you depicted is the GOAL of Obama. It’s a feature…not a bug.

  17. 2013 March 31 5:22 pm
    justrand permalink

    Drdog…so let’s re-boot theSons of Liberty. Ready?

  18. 2013 March 31 5:32 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Yes Sir I am.

  19. 2013 March 31 5:36 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    For Obama yes I would agree it is probably his goal. But, and its just a guess, I don’t know if Obama is necessarily in alignment with the 1%ers. Those at the top are smart enough to know they have to keep all the balls in the air or they don’t stay a 1%er for long. They are like the lamprey attached to the fish. Suck just enough but don’t kill the host.

  20. 2013 March 31 6:09 pm
    justrand permalink

    need to look ’em up tomorrow…see if they’re legit

  21. 2013 March 31 6:16 pm
    drdog09 permalink

  22. 2013 March 31 6:30 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    JR – presently, me and a few close friends have begun to meet and talk (time for another meeting soon). We just talk with the plans to expand our circle with other LIKE MINDED people. None of like what is happening.

    I would suggest the same for all of us. There is safety in numbers.

    A few of us live in suburban settings with others living out. Best to have some people out to have locations to move out to in a worst case scenario.

  23. 2013 March 31 7:04 pm
    mulletover permalink

    It would seem that if SHTF, the governors (at least some of them) would play a significant role. They have command of the National Guard, at least initially, and would work to restore order. County Sheriffs would have the same goal. How would the states align? Would orders from DC be obeyed?

    The question is how quickly would the lines be drawn.

  24. 2013 March 31 7:19 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Might states become meaningless. Michihan outside of metro Detroit, Sagniaw, Flint and Lansing olid red. If you look at the Illinois 2010 governor’s race only two counties (CrOOK and one bordering Missouri voted for the Dem.

  25. 2013 March 31 7:28 pm
    gnqanq permalink

    bc3b – correct. Very much urban vs rural. Most of your troops (federal & state national guards) come from the people. If a president or governor TOLD his troops to fire on the people – will they? They very much will be shooting their neighbors, friends and family. Expect some cases mass desertion.

    The article I posted yesterday showed how the feds are trying to instill OBEDIENCE. Again will they fire on their own? And they are a very thin line.

    What we need is leadership (hahaha – don’t expect any from the political class). It may take time for it to jell and rally around true leadership.

  26. 2013 March 31 7:44 pm
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “The timid and fearful cannot defend liberty — or anything else.”
    G. Edward Griffin

  27. 2013 April 1 2:51 am

    More tales of the TSA

  28. 2013 April 1 5:22 am
    justrand permalink

    drdog, that video in #21 WAS chilling…but luckily, one of the harbingers of financial doom, the U.S. dollar being dumped as the world’s “Reserve Currency”, could NEVER happen!!

    oh, wait…

  29. 2013 April 1 6:03 am

    Dem chickens be coming home to roost

  30. 2013 April 1 6:03 am
    justrand permalink

    IP, that was excellent video in #30…gee, how COULD the media miss the connections, or [gasp!] make erroneous ones?!?!?

  31. 2013 April 1 6:09 am
    justrand permalink

    IP, in re. #31…nah. They don’t give a damn, and are NOT worried. They know that their ridiculously rich contributors (Soros, Buffet, all of Holloywood) will simply re-fill the coffers.

    AND they know that any attempt by the GOP to re-fill their own coffers, will be vilified in the media as “trying to buy elections“.

    The media SCREECHED about the “Evil Koch Brothers”…yet they spent far FAR less than the deep pockets of the Left. Less than 1/3 of what the TIDES Foundation alone spent. Yet the media never HEARD of the TIDES Foundation.

    Rigged game…but increasingly irrelevant.

  32. 2013 April 1 6:20 am

    Rest assured brethren, that any ad hoc militia will have a DHS mole well established within it.
    They have enough quislings to assign several to any perceived “terrorist” organization. Point in fact, Napolitano and her brown shirts may even create such groups so as to smoke out the evil “right wing,para military, tea party fanatics” within. I hate to think that our ex military types are joining the brown shirts, but their recruitment seems likely.

  33. 2013 April 1 6:27 am

    We are living in the world of newthink and doublespeak, where the patriots are considered the villains, and the traitors are considered the heroes.

  34. 2013 April 1 6:40 am
    justrand permalink

    IP: “Rest assured brethren, that any ad hoc militia will have a DHS mole well established within it.”

    Yup. I’m sure even the Sons of Liberty of old had infiltrators…but they got the job done.

    I don’t want to overthrow the government…I just want the government to stop trying to overthrow my freedom. And I want it to stop robbing my kids and grandkids of their birthright.

    So I, and millions more like me, will associate with folks for mutual defense only…just don’t tread on us.

  35. 2013 April 1 6:44 am
    justrand permalink

    p.s., there’s a TownHall meeting tonight not too far away where a couple of the local Sheriffs are going to speaking…on the subject of the Left’s push for “Gun Control”. I am planning on attending…I’ll let ya’ll know tomorrow how it turns out.

    This is Kalifornia…but we live in the “Red” part. (which still pisses me off, that the media assigned, and everyone adopted, “Red” as Conservative…when it oughta be “Red” for Progressives!!!)

  36. 2013 April 1 7:12 am
    justrand permalink

    hattip Instapundit for the link

    unintentionally hillarious, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, appearing Sunday on ABC’s This Week, said THIS: ““There are still thousands of Americans that are being murdered every single day. “

    He was UN-challenged by the “moderator”…you know: “Fact-checking Journalistic Truth Teller” /sarc

    So after saying this on National TV (ok, no one was watching), he TWEETS this:
    “Just caught myself miss-speaking on ABC. Its hundreds being killed everyday not thousands. Sorry about that.”

    lather-rinse-repeat…he RE-Tweets a while later: “Sorry again, officially it is approximately 30 people murdered every day due to gun violence. everyday not thousands. Sorry about that.”

    THOUSANDS!HUNDREDS!! … um, er, ah…30

  37. 2013 April 1 7:19 am
    Mr Evilwrench permalink

    34: thus the “militia of one”, like, uh… some guy I know. Hard to infiltrate a cell that small.

  38. 2013 April 1 7:26 am
    justrand permalink

    good point, Mr Evilwrench! 🙂

  39. 2013 April 1 7:26 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR –

    “He was UN-challenged by the “moderator”…you know: “Fact-checking Journalistic Truth Teller” /sarc”

    No surprise. Liberals are never challenged. Yesterday Chris Wallace was interviewing Mark Kelly (Mr. Gabby Giffords) and failed to ask him about the AR-15 he tried to buy. Nor did he challenge Nancy Pelosi in February when she said we don’t have a spending problem:

    Thde thing that amazes me is that many conservatives still watch FNC.

  40. 2013 April 1 8:05 am
    drdog09 permalink

    “So I, and millions more like me, will associate with folks for mutual defense only…just don’t tread on us.”

    In an ideal world you could have that. Sadly we don’t. The government by inches will take every freedom you have in order to `save the system`. Bush paraphrasing `I have to abolish capitalism temporarily in order it save it.` The fractional reserve system has accelerated its demise ever since. The only way you can have your freedom is to take it back.

  41. 2013 April 1 8:15 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Cells can be infiltrated, it goes with the game. The communists used a system that no member of a cell knew more than 3-5 other members. Beyond the 3rd layer communication was by blind drops. (days of paper.) So the vast majority of the cells were never known.

    With modern cryptography you could probably maintain that level of anonymity all the way to the first layer. But communications today has a different problem — false flags. It would not be necessary for the opponent to infiltrate very deep in an organization to cause damage. By inserting erroneous data in the stream all sorts of havoc could be created. One would need a secondary validation key for any actions to prevent it. Egypt, Syria, Libya, the opposition are using crypto messaging with success.

  42. 2013 April 1 8:20 am
    drdog09 permalink

    right on cue —

    He’s been running a short series on illegal search.

  43. 2013 April 1 8:45 am
    justrand permalink

    this happened Saturday night in Chicago:

    “Teens”? The reality is, that 99.9% of the “Teens” were black…and a lot of them were NOT even “Teens”. But the media can’t say “hundreds of blacks mob pedestrians”…so they say “Teens”.

    Oh, and the story starts out that “several were arrested”…which sounds like 5 or 6, eh? But actually 28 were arrested at one scene, 11 at another, and a dozen more at another scene. So 48-50 were arrested…described as “several”.


  44. 2013 April 1 9:01 am

    Couldn’t happen to a nicer city. Plant the seeds reap the whirlwind.

  45. 2013 April 1 6:19 pm
    Mr Evilwrench permalink

    There are all kinds of ways to put messages out. Steganography (look it up) in spam-like emails, least significant bits in one or another color plane of an uncompressed image, etc. When it’s not even possible to know that there even IS a message, nevermind WHERE it is, or what encoding/encryption is used, you have a powerful advantage, and the message can be buried under layers upon layers of chaff.

  46. 2013 April 2 12:10 am

    47 – Yeah I used that along with tricks for the embedded message itself when communicating about sensitive issues with my brother while he was in Iraq. The messages we embedded in the image(s) were just sets numbers, even if found they were meaningless unless you knew a) what they were and b)what to do with them ( which was something we agreed upon in person months prior to his deployment). Cumbersome for more then a couple sentences, but still a very effective way of communicating in over open channels.

    Look at AQ and other jihadi groups methods, all the eyes of the world on them and they are still able to communicate (for the most part undetected), it’s quite doable just requires some effective planning and vigilant opsec.

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