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Re: [Clips] A small editorial about recent events. (fwd)
From: coderman <coderman () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 20:02:02 -0800

On 12/18/05, Dude VanWinkle <dudevanwinkle () gmail com> wrote:
Well, not all Coup's have to be bloody. I would be perfectly happy
with a bloodless coup (or even a sporty one)

The problem lies with the fact that most military persons (that I have
met, especially ones that have not _seen_ combat) follow the
"commander in chief" blindly (well unless they get a BJ), so any
bloodless coup would be met by a very bloody retribution.

if/when it does happen, the enemy targeted by the
revolutionaries/insurgents will be critical infrastructure:

that's the most effective and efficient means to cut the knees out
from under the current significantly centralized command and control

remember katrina?  that's what government looks like without
coordination and communication, and it isn't pretty.  (in fact, large
scale infrastructure disruption may be even more devastating than
large scale armed rebellion.  i'm not anxious to find out which is
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