Kirwan supplies yet another map of badguys carving up the US for nefarious purposes. I wonder how closely this follows the FEMA region map? I noticed Ohio and Kentucky are divided in both maps, but that's probably because of the river there. It's a natural boundary.
I doubt the UN can patrol the entire length of that river. There is a lot of rural land there, and the roads along the river can be a bit crumbly and skinny in places. It would be very hard for heavy military vehicles to get along those roads with any speed whatsoever and their weight could cause the road to cave in in spots if they were trundling up and down them a lot.
Seeing as it's OUR resources that have powered the last few foreign wars, if someone brings the fight here, they'll have to fight us for the resources to fight us with.
I stumbled on someone's Appalachian manifesto/declaration of independence the other day. They expound on their view that Appalachia has been the internal colony of the US for years. And as such, made to feel culturally inferior, to make people ashamed to be from there; and brain-drained as its educated people settle elsewhere for lack of jobs at home. The heartland is the source of coal, which is really the only decent power source we have left in any quantity. It's a strategically important area. It's also the source of most of the soldiers we have sent to war. These are people with traditional values, who step up to help.
I doubt a bunch of scrappy ex-soldiers who have seen recent action, from an area that is famous for its belief in property rights and its love of guns is going to let the UN have their way with their land. Also I doubt those drones can communicate deep in the hills. Cell phones don't work there very well.
I can see some hillbilly with a drone trophy above his fireplace, instead of a deer head.
Lastly, WE GOTTA STICK TOGETHER. Otherwise we're sunk. A house divided cannot stand. Don't let the bastards divide us. They're trying...
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