War and Progress
.....As resources are depleted in this unusual war against
an enemy which is not locked to a physical nation, suspicion
must be surgical. Damage is a phenomenon we must strickly
become accustomed to, although we can overwhelm our
chosen targets. However, it seems difficult to acclimate to
irregular attempts of low magnitude. Citizens from many
nations, of diverse philosophies, have sworn to assist our end.
Yet, we have not fallen as we transition from the 2nd to the
3rd millenium of our unified clocks...nor do I think we will fall.
While other nations observe our searching for meaningful and
substantive objectives, temptations of bygone efforts on their
part will well up in their self-directed efforts to survive. So to,
we must remember who has attacked American Nations in the
past, specifically not to direct our wariness from would be
friends when we are strong who may quickly turn on us if
our existence should become tenuous in their minds. Hope
is not an affordable luxury as war engines lumber over the
next few years into an ill defined darkness. Ingenuity and
work are the only friends we can truly depend upon, despite
those who would pray for us. We must not depend on gods
to bear the burdens required for our well structured presence
throughout this 21st century. The able who are willing must
ply their individual minds to control the world uncertainty as
a backdrop to their personal self-directed thought, designing
navigation strategies implementable by the willing who are not
able. No doubt many will attempt to misdirect us, some perhaps
unknowingly. Enemies must be systematically acquired and
disassembled, be they states or transnational organizations..
Soldier citizens, as it were, ought to willingly contribute
co-adaptive enhancements to production systems because
we need augmentive behavior as American Nations, not
because contribution necessarily leads to personal benefit.
Those who cannot or will not ply such co-adaptive augmentation
ought not obstruct the progress of functional implementations.
As this is our war, such obstructionism, often tolerated in more
peaceful times, ought to be considered treason while times are
turbulent and fate seems ambivalent in the minds of some..