Every war is waged with a strategy. The most effectual war strategy is to manipulate an enemy unknowingly so that he will destroy himself step-by-step and even, where possible, dig his own grave.
In the elite orchestrated global ‘war on terror’, we the people are the enemy, though mostly unaware of the hidden multi-facetted war against us and the identity of the actual perpetrators behind it.
Paris and its aftermath should serve as a massive wake-up call and more discerning focus. People are becoming aware of being increasingly subjected to coercion, a targeted induction of changes in political behavior through the use of threats, intimidation, or some other form of pressure—most commonly, militarized force.
This blog post focuses on a very particular method of applying coercive pressure—the targeted use of forced migration and induced refugee crises as instruments of persuasion to stir large scale systemic destabilization and chaos, possibly descending into civil war. This systemic undermining is worsened by illegal migration and, if not differentiated at all, possible terrorist influx amongst those displaced against their will.
In addition, a research article by Professor Kelly Greenhill on the topic (44 pages in pdf):
Next, Pastor JD Faraq’s most recent Mideast prophecy update providing insights into the dynamics of forced migration through a Biblical prophetic lens (25 mins)
Then a video reflection on the Paris aftermath, entitled: There is a War, A State of Emergency. The Paris Terrorist Attacks “Orchestrated from Abroad” by political journalist Gearoid Colmain (10 mins)
Sun Tzu, is the reputed author of The Art of War, which many consider to be the best single book ever written on the subject. He sees war not so much as a matter of destroying the enemy materially and physically, but of unsettling the enemy psychologically; his goal is to force the enemy’s leadership and society from a condition of harmony, in which they can resist effectively, toward one of chaos, which is tantamount to defeat.
Operationally, Sun Tzu’s goal is psychological dominance and its exploitation, founded upon superior knowledge of the enemy (he lays great stress on the employment of secret agents) and use of “deception” or “unconventional means.” Thus Sun Tzu commends operations that will harm enemy morale: splitting alliances, evading battle, attacking by surprise; he condemns those that may undermine one’s own society, such as the attrition that might result from besieging a walled city. The height of military skill is to turn opposing plans to one’s own uses by “attacking the enemy’s strategy”, which at its best yields victory without fighting.
Well, in order to attack the enemy’s strategy and discern its unconventional or rather psychopathic means, we have to understand them.
Meanwhile, God will move on our behalf.
Isaiah 59:19 (KJV) 19 […] When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the LORD shall lift up a standard against him.
Revelation 12:15 (KJV) 15 And the serpent [the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan] cast out of his mouth water as a flood after the woman, that he might cause her to be carried away of the flood.
For further study:
Previous post on Forthtell:
Professor Kelly Greenhill: Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy (Cornell Studies in Security Affairs)