The Art of War is the most influential treatise on war ever written.
The Art of War is the first known study of the planning and conduct of military operations and has been around for 2,000 years. The text by legendary Chinese military strategist and general Sun Tzu says: ‘He will win who has military capacity and is not interfered with by the sovereign.’
Quoting Sun Tzu is nice, but he also knew that there's no benefit in a prolonged war. He’d be already standing on the polish border by now; Russia is dragging the conflict just to let the west suffer. Let’s see if it pays in the end.
Comment: Ukraine is keeping the war going. Let’s see if it pays in the end.
The Art of War is the most influential treatise on war ever written, consisting of 13 chapters each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare, it has shaped the way in which conflicts have been fought for thousands of years from the Japanese samurai to the Napoleonic war. Not only has the book influenced military commanders and generals all over the world, it has had resounding effects on politics, sports and business to this day. In this video, we give key examples of Sun Tzu's most influential philosophies and strategies. These range from the Vietnam War to the coasts of Normandy in 1944.
The Globalist have declared war against We the People and we must learn how to defeat Globalist from Sun Tzu
Sun Tzu is arguably the most well-known military strategist throughout history. A "Chinese general, military strategist, writer, and philosopher, who lived in the Eastern Zhou period of ancient China." (Wikipedia) He is best known by the name, Sun Tzu, which is actually an honorific title meaning, "Master Sun." Born around 545 BC, he had a significant impact on Chinese and Asian culture, and history. He is best known for his ancient text on military strategy called, 'The Art of War,' which is still used by political leaders and business managers for its principles today.
Unlike many military leaders of the time, Sun Tzu saw competition as a productive motivator rather than something that is destructive. The idea of an "enemy" is seen as a positive force, something that is a source of resource, not something to be annihilated. He had three important principles:
"Know your enemy and know yourself and in 100 battles you will never be in peril."
"To win 100 battles is not the height of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is."
"Avoid what is strong. Attack what is weak."
Unfortunately "attacking the soft spots" in modern warfare has been reduced to committing genocide against civilian populations then calling it "WINNING". Sun Tzu's tactics never imagined space grade weaponry / hypersonic missile systems / nukes.
In this video, I'll show you 11 principle from the art of war by Tzu. The art of war is an ancient book, but it has gems of knowledge that are still applicable in our everyday lives.
The Art of War - 孫子兵法 - FULL AudioBook ?? - by Sun Tzu Business & Strategy - This is the quintessential book on War & Strategy. A perennial favorite among business leaders, strategy planners, and military generals. Sun Tzu lays down his most vital insights into strategic planning.