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One thing is for sure, if you want to win a war, you better be prepared to go the distance.
Going the distance means taking the war to the women.
If you are not prepared to do so, you’re just setting the table for the next war.
Political correctness doesn’t want you to recognize this, but it’s true.
Earlier civilizations have recognized this.
Some modern ones also.
It is the women in any society who are the caretakers of its values.
It is the women who transmit those values to the next generation.
It is the women who make the decision to begin war and end war.
The men are merely the instruments to carry out that policy.
Hence, unless the war is taken to the women, the war does not end.
General Sherman during our own Civil War on a certain level understood this, which is why he marched through the South leaving a path of destruction.
He took the war to the women.
Our generals in Vietnam did not understand this truth which is why they pussyfooted around and failed the men they were leading.
Uncle Ho understood the truth.
The war must be taken to the women.
This is not an easy thing to do.
This principle applies to cultural wars as well.
In Europe today, there is a cultural war going on between Christianity and Islam.
The Christian leaders pussyfoot around. They delude themselves that a war does not exist.
They prefer to believe the fantasy that we are all going to skip hand in hand through the meadow, sing to the heavens above, and learn to love each other.
Radical Muslims think otherwise.
They know what they are up against, and they will fight to the death to preserve their culture and their belief.
They are fighting.
They are having the time of their lives raping Christian women in Scandinavia.
They understand what war is all about.
Do their adversaries?