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Third-Person Point of View: Omniscient or Limited. The third-person point of view is a form of storytelling in which a narrator relates all the action of their work using third-person pronouns such as "he," "she," and "they." It's the most common perspective in works of fiction.
How the world ends
Why I took the time to post this is because sometimes the best way to look at your situation is to have another set of eyes look at your situation, unattached and without bias. In business it is done frequently via the use of consultants who many times are University or College professors.
I also posted this as Russia also drops in certain articles for the INTEL world to see, read and react. Its done all the time and everyone plays that game so in brief talk a peek at what he wrote. The issue here is that this guy works out of Washington DC.
With respect to our situation here in the USA it basically tells the tale that sounds like the USA will break up as in a civil war and the USA troops overseas will eventuality be attacked by China. Nice play "comrades" as I can already visualize one of those Russian May Day "hell march" Parades. Ever see one. They are pretty cool.
But in reality so why did this opinion piece come out today? Just about a day after the 1st Impeachment round ended? What got my bunny ears up was the opinion was written in the 3rd person by the use of an apparent "soldier" within BMR or the Baltimore Metro Resistance.
Hmm, so is that a message to any and all sleeper cells within the USA that's its game on right here right now in lieu for the Impeachment failure?
I can only hope that US INTEL has a eye on John Stanton.
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"The blubbery arms of the soft life had Bond round the neck and they were slowly strangling him. He was a man of war and when, for a long period, there was no war, his spirit went into a decline.
In his particular line of business, peace had reigned for nearly a year. And peace was killing him."