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Published on Oct 25, 2008
There is some communist (Sovjet) influence in the pictures...
You may wonder: Where is the error in this? The error is in thinking that the enemy knows to protect the base of its economy also in what it does to us. Generally people/soldiers aren't good at noticing such connections. They think of immediate gain in attacks instead of the cumulative long term benefit of more human ways. Of course these factors ought to be taken into account in the calculations, but as long as there is no such safety/wisdom, an armed soldier in a fortress is much safer than a beautiful maiden on a meadow? On the other hand: the maiden really isn't dangerous to the enemy army militarily, so that's why her influence gets bypassed in military calculations: it is a part of the general landscape to maneuver in, like the two cultures are, and not a single cause for a maneuver... Sunzi's the Art Of War has an advice that is probably often misunderstood: "Be like a stone smashing to an egg." It does not mean attacking the innocent, it means attacking your real enemy where they are the weakest and you strongest. In order to understand this difference better, get to know the SOCIETY AGREEMENT type of thinking (Watch my video!) and apply it also to military things. You might also watch my video "Understanding the whole world".