Sunday, April 02, 2006

Using Conflict

When a conflict exists and an external conflict needs to be solved, it would be best to get both sides of the initial conflict in agreement on the external issue before the external conflict is brought to light. This prevents conflict on the external issue, as the dividing lines of the primary issue can be used to cloak the external.

If this tactic fails, then the division of the external conflict can be amplified to such extremes that the external conflict triggers a war that destroys the undesired side, justifiably.


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