Going to War Part I

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Going to War Part I

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Here are some things I have learned over the years from Going to War with Rivals:

• Keep all plans Dark as Night. Real G’s move in silence.

• Use direct attacks to engage your rivals, indirect attacks to destroy your rivals.

• Always be a People’s Champ. Have the will of the people behind you.

• View wars as a means to an end.

• To outmaneuver your enemy, give him something he will take.

• If you put your crew in the face of Death, they will not flee.

• All war is deception.

• Seek out your rival’s spies. Then bribe them to work for you.

• Wiseness is foreknowledge.

• A G always keeps Momentum and timing in mind.

• Crew leaders must be unencumbered by your lieutenants.

• Make a rival prepare on the right and he will be weak on the left.

• The winning G realizes the conditions for winning, then fights.

• The losing player fights before understanding the conditions for victory.

• No G has ever benefited from a prolonged war.

• The action of war is used to achieve a political victory.

Part II coming soon.

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The Rest is Up to You…

Michael Porfirio Mason
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2 Comments on "Going to War Part I"

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    alphadominance
    05/08/2009 at 12:32 pm Permalink

    Nice synopsis G. One can never read The Art of War too many times. It always offers fresh insights that either eluded you in prior readings or that you had forgotten. Some things need continued contemplation to achieve their maximum benefit.

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    monza
    05/08/2009 at 1:33 pm Permalink

    sun tzu’s “art of war” really is a good read. got it as audio on my ipod, along with jack welch’s “winning” and the usual smoothjazzfunksouloldschoolrap. glow and flow, that’s how we do it.

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