What to do?

Well, there is no way around it. We have to discuss what we do to China.

First of all, it is extremely complicated, secondly it is extremely dangerous.

If we end up in an atomic annihilation campaign we are in deep, deep trouble.

Trump had his economic warfare, which didnt work at all. I mean, as long as we borrow a lot of money from the Chinese, then the whole charade of talking tough is just talk.

What we will eventually end up in, is some kind of fight.

What kind of fight, and how we do it, is what we are supposed to talk about.

First of all, I have faith in the American military. On the surface, when you compare tech, we may actually have a small disadvantage. But that is overwhelmingly balanced off with the courage of and steel of the American soldier.

At the end of day, it is the meeting on the battleground that will decide the outcome. The tenacity, the grit and the sheer force of will that will be decisive.

Chinese are artisans in this area, they make beautiful arts of fighting, and they are very good at it. But a cowboy is not determined by his good skill, but his grit to stay on the horse, day after day.

That is the truth of it.

If we should discuss the strategic level, we need to look at examples in history to have a chance at understanding what is going on.

To me, the most obvious parallel is Alexander the great, and his fight with the Persians.

Why? Because here you had the Democratic idealist pitted against a slavestate. Exactly like Communism in a Chinese version against the US.

We can learn something from Alexander the Great.

What did he do?

He was extremely good at putting up his troops, so that they outfoxed the Persians.

He had very few troops, like 50.000 against millions, and yet he prevailed.

How did he do that? By strategy. He was an expert in applying all kinds of extremely advances strategies to his benefit. One example; he made “mousetraps” in his army, a kind of a deeping in the ranks of his soldiers, when the chariots rode against the army, they instictively rode into the traps, where Alexander could make short work of them. He also sloped his frontline a little, which made it more difficult for his opponents.

In fact, he applied all kinds of tricks and strategies to his advancements.

AND he fought for freedom. The whole point of his advance into Persia was to free the Hellenes from Persia.

So, he had a mission. We need to be clear on our mission.

Now, Alexander was tought by Aristotle from a young age, in fact, Alexander saw it as his mission to spread the gospel of Aristotle. So, he was a missionary.

We need to be missionaries as well, but we need to understand that mission. Maybe it is the same as Alexander? To spread Democracy?

G-d willing they need that support in both Taiwan as well as Hong Kong. Two Democracies under the thumb of the slavestate.

We need to be clear on what we do, how we do it, and then we need to communicate those ideas. That means letting me loose.

At least, that would be the most profound and wise to do. And I am sick and tired og being held down anyway.

So, find that inner cause, that revolutionary fire, the fire of the American revolution.

G-d bless the will to rekindle the faith of the ancients.

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