The war you cannot win must be won
January 20, 2013 in Resistance
Sunday, January 20, 2013
How does one not be able to win a war? Is it the responsibility of those people who are unable, to therefore be able? If they are able, then how possible could it be that they are unable? Is that real?
In a better world, we probably would not have seen the rise of military actions from the United States, had we known then that it would work completely and 100% against them. Had we known that the people would get tired of socialist programs, we probably would never have implemented them. Had we known that fluoridating the water supply through private means was going to cause millions of people anti-governmental resentment, we probably would never have started.
If any of you knew that everything that happened in your past as a superpower COULD be used against you, how thoughtful you would have been to securing your own future.
This situation is not foreign. Ask any expert. Don’t just judge me based on the shortness of this. This continent is in turmoil. It’s no longer the group of people who are the enemy, but the PEOPLE who are POTENTIALLY ALL enemies of the state. Not one of these people is conscious of better judgment if they were manipulated. Urban living people live in a social cliche, and it’s virtually the same the farther you go out. So few of these same people won’t listen to what the next guy says is true.
You know, maybe I’m the paranoid one, I can live with that. I would rather see zero possibility of that sitting in a psych ward rather than sit here and grind my fucking teeth about it.
It’s the people. But that’s just a byproduct. I’ve been watching the coverage of this shit in Mali, and you know what I think? I think I don’t know diddly fuck, but I could say something about it. And so could all of them, and that’s the issue.
Time to get with the program. This is how the war is lost. Case closed, simple as that.