Counter-chaos strategy for media and activists: substitute “President Bannon” for ‘President Trump’ in searches and Tweet #PresidentBannon and post it in every bit of social media we have
Flood the airwaves and internet with that substitution.
Google bomb it. (I’ve already done several searches for it)
Sow division between them. Trump will not tolerate the insinuation.
It won’t matter that Bannon defers to him in private. And a less shallow person would just blow it off but perception is all that matters to him.
“Let the enemy’s own spy sow discord in the enemy camp”
- Undermine your enemy’s ability to fight by secretly causing discord between him and his friends, allies, advisors, family, commanders, soldiers, and population. While he is preoccupied settling internal disputes, his ability to attack or defend is compromised.
Historical note on ‘The Thirty-Six Stratagems’:
The Thirty-Six Stratagems have variably been attributed to Sun Tzu from the Spring and Autumn period of China, or Zhuge Liang of the Three Kingdoms period, but neither are regarded as the true author by historians. Instead, the prevailing view is that the Thirty-Six Stratagems may have originated in both written and oral history, with many different versions compiled by different authors throughout Chinese history. Some stratagems reference occurrences in the time of Sun Bin, approx. 150 years after Sun Wu’s death.
The original hand-copied paperback that is the basis of the current version was believed to have been discovered in China’s Shaanxi province, of an unknown date and author, and put into print by a local publisher in 1941. The Thirty-Six Stratagems only came to the public’s attention after a review of it was published in the Chinese Communist Party’s Guangming Daily newspaper on September 16, 1961. It was subsequently reprinted and distributed with growing popularity.
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