143: Amicable Divorce, the AO/AI, and Community Security

On today’s show, I’m talking about the horrendous map of the “amicable divorce” and getting into the AO/AI concept for community security.

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Samuel Culper is a former military intelligence NCO and contract Intelligence analyst. After 39 months of deployment time to Iraq and Afghanistan, he's now the conflict and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.

4 Comments

  1. Your map is better but I am certain Yavapai county and Mojave county in AZ want no part of “Soyland” And Maricopa would definitely want to be with the Californians

    1. Which Californians, Jesse?
      The half that’s redder than Texas, or the half that’s bluer than NYFC or Chicongo?

      We’ve got both, just like AZ, and multiple other states.

      GMTA Sam, that article on amicable divorce was one of the dumbest ones I’ve read in awhile too. As you might have noted when you read that other blog you mentioned.

      1. Yeah, I saw your post linked on WRSA. I just couldn’t remember the exact name of the blog and didn’t want to get it wrong. I’ll correct today.

  2. I’m happy someone else thought this articles map was rediculous. I live in North Idaho and I can guarantee 85% of the populace would rather fight than be given to the progressives who run Kalifornia and NY. The American Redoubt would not want to be part of Soyland. So the article was ok but the map was horrible and showed a lack of knowledge about state politics.

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