muldoon ( wrote:
>And the "brilliance" of blackmail! Oooo!
>And of bribery too! Ahhhh!
>And don't forget glorious arson! Zowie!
>and the ol' favorite, murder!  Wowie!

>>From Hubbard's 'Bolivar':

>(The Power asks) " 'What are those bodies doing at the door?' And if
>you are clever, you never let it be known that HE (sic) killed them -
>that weakens you and also hurts the power source. 'Well, boss, about
>all those dead bodies, nobody at all will suppose you did it. *She*
>(italicized) over there, those pink legs sticking out, didn't like
>me'. 'Well', he'd say if he really is a power, 'Why are you bothering
>me with it if it's done and you did it. Where's my blue ink?'

>"Always push power in the direction of anyone on whose power you
>depend. It may be more money for the power, or more ease, or a
>snarling defense of the power to the critic, or even the dull thud of
>one of his enemies in the dark, or the glorious blaze of a whole enemy
>camp as a birthday surprise...

>"Real powers are developed by tight conspiracies of this kind..."

>The above is the basic core pattern for Hubbard's hook-embedded
>enlightenment-coated fanatical personality-cult crime-syndicate.

     Sounds like good shit to me.  How's that different from The Art
of War, or the Business is War of the Japanese.

     Look, there is sanity and there is insanity.

     The sane pick the proper time and place to do things, and the
insane don't.  One can not judge the sanity of a person by WHAT he
does, but obly by when and why he does it, and the correctness of his
logic and perceptions of things as they are at the time.

     Just because someone is bent on kamikaze doesn't mean he is
insane, he may very well be a whole lot saner than the peace loving
sheep walking around in the streets.

     There are better things to make war with than your own friends,
but if they are going do you in, far better to do them in first, by
whatever means.
     So pick your enemies wisely then, and choose your actions by their
fit to the situation.
     "The law of the sky takes precedence over the law of the land." 

     "Duty is to do what is right, not what is legal." - Adore.

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