Originally posted by BIHOTZ
I just realized what the hell we are doing
I erased the post because.....well, I dont want people to use these tactics on ours.
edit on 29-7-2012 by BIHOTZ because: (no reason
Thanks for contributing. I respect your opinion and I would like to share an insight with you.
Our REAL enemies already LONG knew the tactics - strengths and weaknesses that can be exploited with any weapon. Heck! they already are working out
how to deal with the space stealth craft X-37 !
It would be foolish and sheer complacency to think one can keep secrets in this modern day and age.
The greatest military general that ever walked on Earth was Julius Caesar. Intellectuals are awed by him, not because of his successes in military
campaigns that probably a village idiot today could have won, but by his courage and intelligence to go against then military doctrines, to think out
of the box can come out with concepts NO man then knew how to solve.
And one of his greatest feat was to inform EVERY soldier of the plan of any fight on the eve of battles, so that the rank and file know what they were
to do,what they were fighting for, and how to achieve it. And he never ignored any worthwhile suggestiongs from them, such as their serf knowledge of
goat tracks across seemingly insurmountable mountains.
Sadly, his methods were seldom used anymore, as elites thought themselves the only ones with brains. But like all flawed mortals, none is perfect. At
times the commander failed to see the glimmer of dawn on darkest nights which the rank and file does, and gives up easily. This is evident in many
tragic wars even during our times.
It is often and comprehensible that it may not be possible in the course of battles for commanders to open up for discussions due to time constrains,
but at the planning stages, if more voices are heard, the chance for success may be there. As it is often said, more heads are better than one.
And it is such concepts that free societies will always win over tyrannies and dictatorships, for the price of failure by commanders in authoritarian
dogmatic societies is always death with them, with pansies, bootlickers, cronies and relatives to take over.
But in free societies, chances are always given to commanders whom had failed, to prove themselves again provided they don't make or repeat the same
Failures only lays the groundwork to success for the wise. Only idiots would cut down failures and let another with no INTIMATE comprehensions of
existing failures to change them, to take over
My post's intention was for those rank and file freedom fighters lacking in opportunities of life in education but sacrificing their blood for their
loved ones in just causes, and for the public to know. Much of the information here is thus mostly second or even fifth rate information, nothing new
that would harm national security. Our REAL enemies would never need ATS to tell them what to do. Only perhaps aspiring fiction novelists would....
edit on 30-7-2012 by SeekerofTruth101 because: (no reason given)