Yesterday, 11:12 PM
Well, so, you're agreeing with me. I should mark my calendar.
Well, for the most part. You're actually doubling down and saying belief in conspiracy impedes strategy. But that's what I was implying really. To say these things "don't affect" strategy is to say they aren't relevant to development and implementation of strategy. Which of course implies that obsessing over it is going to impede these activities. People who obsess over conspiracy rather than society building and strategy formation are of course less apt to be useful in this regard.
I've noticed in my years here, that strategy is rarely discussed. When it is, its usually accompanied by someone's grandiose scheme to "define liberty" in some sort of bulleted list, or mission statement.
Real action, real leadership, is almost like magic. No one believes its real. They need some existing tangible group action to cling to. "The next campaign!"
Real strategy for liberty, is pre-embryonic. The enemy is an old dragon, and Ron Paul is like Jack returning home with some magic beans.