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nonpolitical politics Vaclav Havel
There’s no need for violence or lawbreaking, and there’s still sufficiently good material there without misdeeds. Dig deeper for the tactical stuff.
who mentioned law-breaking? To appreciate the tone of what I believe, I recommend that you read Chapter 13, Doing Good in the e-book Bye Bye Sweet Liberty.
Thank you for your service, sir.
As far as the Ahrent-Hlavel reference: (pardon the spelling, I am flying by memory of what I read a few minutes ago.) The reference sounds like “flower power” to me—— John and Yoko in bed with cameras whirring around them. Just wait until a pirate ship hijacks an ocean liner —— then try waving flowers in front of the pirates. Joseph Stalin understood power. When someone mentioned the huge number of Catholics in the world, Stalin cynically asked: “So how many Divisions does the Pope have?”
When it comes to power, the side that has the largest numbers and most lethal weapons usually dictates the terms of the cessation of hostilities. As a droll Nathan B. Forrest once stated, [Battles are won] by the general who “gets there fustest wit’ the mostest.”