馃洃 Not Submission, Annihilation is the Goal 馃洃 I want you to put yourselves in the minds of the CEO's, other Executive Officers, shareholders, and board members of a major corporation. You have direct oversight over tens, maybe even hundreds of employees, who then have hundreds or thousands of employees under them. Your friends and some of your family are intelligent, accomplished, and highly-driven people who share your principles, sense of morality, and your political perspective. You've made a lot of connections with other companies within and related to your industry, as well as having made strong connections with politicians and political staff members. You, then, see a growing number of companies gaining traction within your industry, but they've managed to corner a niche section of the market. They've managed to capture clients that felt your services didn't meet their standards, some of whom your corporation had terminated contracts based on PR optics. These companies are starting to get major news coverage, your colleagues, your friends, people you're connected with in the political sphere, and even some of your family members are growing concerned that this will have a major, negative affect on how the public perceives how you've handled these clients. For you, the question isn't IF you're going to deal with these "competitors", or even HOW you're going to deal with them. The question is, for someone as connected, as morally self-assured, and as someone who is responsible for an entity so large, "How far can you go to destroy these companies without looking like the bad guy?" Your competitors don't have your advantage of unlimited access to corporate debt, they don't have influence over powerful politicians, and they certainly don't have the social influence over the nation as you do. You have an expansive repertoire of ways you can humiliate, torture, and completely end these companies without ever having to face any real consequences. So, you see, when you're faced with a growing opposition that seeks to undermine your entire life's work, the life work of thousands of people, it's not enough to force them into submission. No, you need to make an example of them, watch the fear in their eyes as you cross line after line, and then utterly annihilate them and, in doing so, crushing their will to challenge you again. This is our enemy, this is how far they are willing to go, and this is how they justify to themselves their doing it. We're not a righteous rebellion, we're not the defiant outcasts, we're just a problem to be "solved". Never forget that and make your plans with that in mind. #AnCap #agorism #news #politics #parler
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