Re:virus: resolute in defense

joe dees (
Tue, 23 Feb 1999 14:10:44 -0500

At Tue, 23 Feb 1999 10:49:54 -0800, you wrote:
><sarcasm>Hey, I bet this would be a good approach for dealing with the
>"drug problem."</sarcasm>
>Tim Rhodes wrote:
>> Joe wrote:
>> >>>What about this? One must strive to be resolute enough in defense to
>> prevent aggression from achieving its goals and instead force it to pay a
>> stiff price, so that aggression will subsequently be abandoned by the
>> aggressor as a counterproductive strategy.<<<
>> Wasn't that exactly our strategy for Vietnam? Oh, ya! That's one proven
>> winner of a game plan ya' got yerself there, Joe! LOL!!!
>> -Prof. Tim

As I previously stated, it is a strategy of defence, not attack (which is why the Vietnamese were able to rid themselves of us; they employed it). This is also why the US "War on Drug Users" fails. The US, in both instances, was/is attacking, not defending. Joe E. Dees
Poet, Pagan, Philosopher

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