by Kathleen Marquardt, American Policy Center, ©2020

(Nov. 20, 2020) — The term “Asymmetrical Warfare” is frequently used to describe what is also called “guerrilla warfare”, “insurgency”, “terrorism”, “counterinsurgency”, and “counterterrorism”, essentially violent conflict between a formal military and an informal, less equipped and supported, undermanned but resilient opponent. Asymmetric warfare is a form of irregular warfare.  –Wikipedia.

In Part 1, I attempted to explain what Cancel Culture is, who inflicted it on the world, and how today’s tyrants intend to achieve their goal to erase our civilization. Part 2 shows how it is being carried out today. Part 3 describes some of the tactics of Asymmetrical Warfare and then how we counter it. The key is the Sun Tzu statement, “Know your enemy”. The problem is most people have no comprehension of the enemy’s goals and tactics.

I am not exaggerating. When I got into the Animal Rights (AR) battle, because my children were being brainwashed in their science classrooms by ARs from People for the ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA) who were invited to indoctrinate the students, I was livid. I went on a crusade to counter their anti-human claptrap with truth. The first speeches I gave were to scientists and researchers where I learned right away that, even though they had been under attack for decades, they had no idea what Animal Rights really is.

Many, if not most, people today are in that same boat. They do not understand what they are fighting, just that it is evil. And they are ‘mad as hell’ and want to do something.

You are never going to win a war that you do not understand; many are in need of understanding asymmetrical warfare before they start shooting! That is exactly what the globalists want – our side to start the war. If they start it, it is just an extension of the ‘peaceful protesting’ we’ve seen killing people and burning down cities. If we start it, we are to be condemned, charged, and convicted. We have to know our enemy, and we won’t understand it by shooting. They have more and bigger guns. Yes, we know guns, and we have our bedrock beliefs. Just because they have no moral absolutes, and believe that their ends justify any means, doesn’t mean that we should or can start attacking. We won’t win without knowing who and what we are fighting, and how to counter by another front. Think asymmetrical warfare.

Asymmetrical warfare is exactly what is being perpetrated on America today – except the ‘formal military’ of that definition is absent. We watch television, we see people attacked and killed, buildings destroyed, parts of cities taken over by ignorant dregs of society. And we don’t see many officials doing anything to stop it. Instead, many are abetting these scumbags. Mayors are telling police to stand down; many are defunding their police departments. And now, we are seeing the brazen attempt to steal an election.

One of the most up-front examples of asymmetrical warfare is this election with:

  • some states not requiring voter ID,
  • with thousands of ballots sent to the dead, who then voted – early and often,
  • with the counting in many key places stopped at night and the watchers sent away while truckloads of ballots were brought in, and
  • with machines moving ballots from one candidate to the other.

This was brazen, in-your-face asymmetrical warfare.

We are looking at a coup being staged via asymmetrical warfare. And watching how even intelligent people are accepting the lie that the election is so very close that we have to wait for days or longer to know the outcome. Edward Bernays, the ‘father of propaganda’, and nephew of Sigmund Freud, spelled it out in his 1928 book Propaganda : “The engineering of consent is the very essence of the democratic process, the freedom to persuade and suggest. In practice, the freedoms of speech, press, petition and assembly — freedoms that make engineering consent possible — have tacitly expanded our Bill of Rights to include the right of persuasion.” And most of the people are persuaded. Bernays went on to say, “If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, it is now possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without them knowing it.” To show his relevance today, he stated, “Whatever of social importance is done today, whether in politics, finance, manufacture, agriculture, charity, education, or other fields, must be done with the help of propaganda.” That sure sounds like today’s world.

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