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Saturday, December 24, 2016

Strategic Objective, Or Suicide?

The strategic objective of “false prophet” Judaism, Christianity and Islamism, Inc. is nothing more than its own self-preservation; that is, the preservation of its metaphysical theologies which contradict the Revelations received by all of the prophets; as well as the preservation of the power, the wealth and the pride of the monotheistic religious officials themselves...

Even at the risk of inciting violence, terrorism and warfare.

And even if that terrorism destroys civilization from within or that warfare results in the complete annihilation of human civilization itself.

The strategic objective of the mainstream “dragon” media is to be a loyal servant to both the “false prophet” monotheistic religious establishment and the “beast” political establishment; whereas the strategic objective of the ‘alternative’ “dragon” media is, interestingly enough, to be a loyal servant to only the monotheistic religious establishment; even if that loyalty threatens the survival of humanity.

And the strategic objective of “the beast” political establishment is nothing more than the preservation of the present power structures; which means not threatening either the “dragon” media or the “false prophet” religious establishment.

But any ‘strategic objective’ that threatens human survival is not merely thoroughly irrational, not merely malignantly narcissistic; but, also, intrinsically suicidal.

In military matters, strategy is based upon knowledge; knowledge of self and knowledge of the enemy.

Thus, lack of knowledge results in lack of strategy.

As stated by Zhang Yu in The Art of War:

“When your strategy [knowledge] is deep and far-reaching, then what you gain by your calculations is much, so you can win before you even fight. When your strategic thinking [knowledge] is shallow and near-sighted, then what you gain by your calculations is little, so you lose before you do battle. Much strategy prevails over little strategy, so those with no strategy [knowledge] cannot but be defeated. Therefore it is said that victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.”

Or, as stated by the prophet Hosea, “My people perish for lack of Knowledge.”

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