Thursday, February 19, 2009

“America Circling The Drain”

“America Circling The Drain”
By: J. D. Longstreet

I am hearing more and more folks speak of the Two Americas these days than ever before. But these people, unlike some of our former democratic candidates for President, no longer believe the two Americas can continue in their unhappy marriage.

We have mentioned in our scribbling, a number of times, how America has grown into two absolutely distinct countries cohabitating within the same borders. We have also pointed out that, at some point, these two countries are going to want to be separate from each other. The patience of one or the other will run out and rumblings about separating the two countries, geographically, will begin.

It already has.

Those on my side of this issue want our republic back. We want the original constitution of the United States back. We yearn to live free (again) as our forefathers did, only a few short decades ago. In other words we want our freedom and the protections from government granted us by the original US Constitution restored.

I don’t recognize this place called “America” today. There is only a vague resemblance to the real America. Half of the population are freedom loving people, while the other half have become socialist slaves. As of this writing, the socialist are in control of our government, which is on the verge of being considered a rogue government. (To at least to half the country) The last two elections have completed the “balkanization” of the country formerly known as America. The split is deep and wide.

Let me ask you… have you noticed more people speaking in lowered tones, whispering to each other as they discuss the politics of the day in America recently? I have. I have been noticing it for some time now. It made me uneasy. Then I heard a radio commentator mention it a few weeks ago. He, too, has noticed it. As a matter of fact, I had a whispered conversation with a trusted friend, in my office, just a few weeks ago. The topic of the conversation was the shape the country finds itself in today. It was during this whispered conversation that I suddenly realized what we were doing. I was stunned at the import of what was taking place… in my own office.

In the America in which I grew up, no one felt the need to whisper about politics, about the President, about Congressional leaders. Does this tell you anything? It should. It tells you we are now an oppressed people!

Listen up, now: When a citizen, in a supposedly free country, feels the need to whisper his opinion on the workings of his government to a trusted friend, that dear reader, is oppression by an overbearing government!

Just days ago, I was having my hair cut and my barber and I were talking politics, as is our wont, when I realized he was leaning forward whispering in my ear his opinion about something the government was doing. This is NOT the America I remember.

When the government decides to station combat troops on American soil… this is not the America I remember.

Look, America is in BIG trouble. I MEAN BIG TROUBLE. A few of us see it for what it is. A few of us have been warning it was coming and now it is here. It is my opinion; America had her last free election last November. I hope, and pray to God, that I am wrong about that, but I fear I am right.

A nation as divided as America is today cannot continue. As we struggle with our internal problems our enemies are circling ever closer, with fangs bared, ready to tear us apart if we don’t do it to ourselves first.

The inevitable approaches. Like a runaway locomotive even if the brakes were applied today, it will take a very long time to get the train stopped. There will be damage done. The recent passage of the so-called Stimulus Bill will do little, if anything to caused our economic system to recover. When it goes, America will quickly become a “garrison” state. You and I would call it a “police” state. Why do you think the government is already moving combat troops onto American soil? The government, such as it is, KNOWS this. Our government has been studying this since the 1970’s.

I wish I had possession of a workable crystal ball to tell me how we will get through this mess we have created through ignorance and apathy. I refer, of course, to the ignorance and apathy of the American citizen.

I do not see how America can survive another half century with 50 states. I just don’t see that. The State Sovereignty Movement is already underway and reports I have seen have the figure at close to two-dozen states already involved to one degree or another. That ought to get your attention. That is close to… HALF the states! For more on the State Sovereignty Movement go

And ponder this: if the government of our southern neighbor, Mexico, should collapse, as a result of this world-wide recession, what happens when the hordes from that country swarm our border, as they surely will? And how will the southern states, on that border, react to what will amount to an invasion?

The stage is set. The players are in the wings, the footlights are on, and the curtain is about to rise. Is this the last act?

J. D. Longstreet



TexasFred said...

The election of Barack Hussein Obama has driven a bigger wedge between the people of this nation, in only ONE MONTH, than George W. Bush did in 8 full years...

Where in the hell are we going to be in a year from now?? 4 years??

I shudder to think...

Anonymous said...

Many years ago, when I saw the direction this nation was headed, I started speaking up. Everyone thought I was some kind of wild-eyed radical. Literally, everyone, including family.

I remember at one time talking about the Waco mess and some other things with my mother during a visit. She informed me, quite seriously, that what I interpreted wasn't correct and what I predicted would come, couldn't possibly happen here. This was Ameirca!

In the very next breath she warned me to keep such opinions to myself because I could get in real trouble with the government. I asked her if she didn't see the contradiction in her two positions. She didn't. Back then everyone seemed to share her blindness.

I suppose I could have been considered middle aged at the time of that conversation. I had already spent a lot of time trying to get my acquaintances, friends, and family to see what was coming. I never convinced one Goddamned one of them. Now they ALL see it. But believe it just happened yesterday or the day before.

I don't think any of them will be helpful in setting things to right. Simply because they are too scared to look truth in the eye and then do something about it. I don't expect the people I have known in my life are that very different from most people.\\

We may damned well be doomed, but the one thing I won't share with them is slavery. I will win and assert my freedom or I will die. I will not live the way they do and have.

As much as I hate to say this about people I love, I am ashamed of them. I am ashamed that fear of loss of comfort has neutered them all until now the only restoration we are apt to see of our free republic must be earned in blood.

It was so damned unnecessary. If just the majority of us had taken a stand when tyranny was easily defeated.

Longstreet said...

Well said, Both of you gentlemen!

Anonymous said...

The election of Barack Hussein Obama has driven a bigger wedge between the people of this nation, in only ONE MONTH, than George W. Bush did in 8 full years...

Only because some people on th efringe who won't just get inline and support the duly elected president of the U.S. those that don't should be locked up for sedition, we are in the middle of a war against terrorists now is not the time to question the president... sound familiar? it should it was uttered by peopel who supported a moron (Bush II)