posted on Apr, 19 2007 @ 02:19 PM
In the game of chess the sole purpose is to conquer your opponet, to kill their king. Without a king there is no leader of the army. To remove your
king from the board and say it has greater purpose is null. The king is the key to victory, to keep the king alive is to win, to persevere. The king
is the most important unit on the board. But to win the king must be protected. The pawn, knight, bishop, castle, queen must all be used carefully and
in conjunction to BLOCK your enemies moves against your king. Then wipe them out one by one. One by one is how the chess game is won, one by one you
remove your opponents army. Yet look around, the chess board has been set and the pieces are moving. However only one has coordination in movement.
The other has none, it is split, each piece moving of its own accord without consideration for the greater whole. Divide and conquer. Divide and
conquer is the tool of highest favor now, and we are divided. Divided as they set us up for the fall.
The king is still protected by a small few, but they cannot hold off an army, they cannot hold off the inevitable battle on their own. The people
are loosing, block by block, move by move. The only way to avert this comming disaster is to put the king forth. To show what must be truely
protected, that there is a greater whole and the people are being whittled away bit by bit. Being outflanked bit by bit. To allow the army to run
amouk is to be defeated. Yet to unite is to have a chance. One thing cannot be averted now: the impending fall. That cannot be stopped now. What can
be averted is the fall into the grave. To avert the later the people must be coordinated. They must work as one, think as one, move as one. The rules
of chess are simple as stated: to kill or capture the enemy king. The sooner the people listen to this simple rule the sooner they will throw asside
the false rules given by the other side. Thus, the sooner the people will win.
"To play by the rules of your enemy is to accept defeat."