To collapse an adversary’s system into confusion and disorder causing it to overreact and underreact to activities that appear menacing while being at the same time ambiguous, chaotic, misleading, etc
I think I am seeing the beginnings a return to dialogue. Or maybe I just hope I do.
It used to be that musicians used their music to protest and unite. Now they protest by refusing to play. And they divide.
Naomi Klein is at it again. While I think that she does make some decent points at times, her points are too often those which sound great but do not withstand scrutiny once one examines the foundation for her arguments. Her latest comment that left me puzzled was provided in an article in Slate. http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2015/11/30/paris_climate_summit_obama_xi_protests_kick_off_key_meeting.html… Continue reading On Civil Disobedience: How Naomi Klein Perverts It