Since they can inflict their will upon us, our only chance lies in weakening their will. That was why we had to go (to them). To be divisive. To create many opinions. The shrewdest of the great generals in China’s history once said that perfection in war lay in so sapping the opponents will that he surrenders without fighting. In that maxim lies both our ultimate purpose and our most pressing danger.

Since they can inflict their will upon us, our only chance lies in weakening their will. That was why we had to go (to them). To be divisive. To create many opinions. The shrewdest of the great generals in China’s history once said that perfection in war lay in so sapping the opponents will that he surrenders without fighting. In that maxim lies both our ultimate purpose and our most pressing danger. – Bernardo de la Paz

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