Wednesday, December 14, 2016

The Four Paths of the Destructive Self

The four paths of the Destructive Self

The destructive self as stated in the tenets of this path is a concept that is inherent in the human character and can be seen in the history of humanity. The destructive aspect which has given humanity it's ability to survive and overcome great obstacles is also the one that has lead to mass war, conquest, and environmental damages. The destructive self inherently is individual but as history has proven it is also collective. In order to understand the collective use of the destructive aspect of the collective human one must understand that there are four different destructive process in the human individual. The first is catalyst reaction. One pushes the other pushes back. The second is catalyst, means then action. One pushes the other clenches his or her fist or grabs a club then strikes their opponent. The third is catalyst, thought, means and action. One pushes the other knows that the assailant has to go to their car, the victim acquires their means and waits for their assailant to walk to their car the victim then proceed to stab their assailant to death. The fourth kind of destructive self is catalyst, thought, forethought, means, then action. One pushes the other knows that their assailant lives next door to them he wants to kill the assailant, he wants to burn the house down but knows theirs a fire alarm inside the house in order to obliterate his enemy he must disable the fire alarm which means he will have to either become a home repair man or break into their house and permanently damage the alarm system. He decides to wait until his assailant walks out of the house then beat him with a bass ball bat. Then the victim thinks if all goes well their will be a bludgeoned dead body on the street corner but if someone sees he will probably be sent to prison. He decides to not worry about it and to deal with the assailant within an already working system, so he calls the police has the assailant arrested. With this information in mind one can accurately understand organized armies and defensive units.

Type one and two are usually organized into infantry battalions that are used as basic ground forces, the guys one sees on TV, their personality type is conducive to killing lots of people. The insurgent fires at them they fire back killing them. Type three personalities are usually best placed as snipers or artillery and tank divisions. These type of people are charged with special duties which require them to think about their course of action. Exampled an infantry unit is set to be deployed in an area that has a larger number of their enemy or has a technological advantage. The commander decides that he or she needs to tip the balance in the favor of his or her infantry unit he or she decides to call in an artillery strike. The artillery specialist is given the command and the information needed for the strike. On the grid there are several disadvantages to the artillery specialist, there's a school, a hospital, and religious center in close proximity to a mortar unit and missile launcher. He or she is also aware that anti aircraft tanks are positioned next to the school and a park. The artillery specialist now must think about how he or she is going to accomplish he's or her objectives. He or she decides to use smaller deep penetrating missiles with a low explosive kill area. These kinds of missiles will not only damage and destroy the opponents weapons system but also reduce the number of civilian casualties. This kind of artillery is known as kinetic artillery they use the force of the object to destroy their targets rather then an explode them. A bullet is a basic example. Type five personalities are usually placed in areas of high command like the pentagon or executive branches their job is simple to make the dissension based on whats happening and the repercussions of said action. An other examplem enemy force has a stronghold in Watsonville California at an old hospital, their numbers are only slightly greater then the commanders own but the commander knows that said enemy has snipers. If the commander sends a ground force then there is great risk of loss of life if he calls for a stinger missile to be launched then civilian causalities may be incurred. The commander also must consider retaliatory actions which is based off the information of how popular the group is to the locals. If not very popular the commander will call a siege which he or she hopes will give enough inference to the local population to find a means of escape. After civilians are cleared he or she will order a bombardment of stinger missiles targeting the snipers after the snipers are cleared tear gas will be launched by missile into the building. Then the ground forces will be sent in wearing proper attire for gas.

Most people are type one or two personalities and have to be trained to work as three. Type fours are usually really keen type ones or type threes that have been seen to make the proper decisions. History has shown that effective use of all four types creates a stable group but it has also shown that the civilizations can become destabilized by type twos and ones in order to even out this factor the proper thing to do is to train the the ones and twos to fulfill the capacities of a four and to give type fours a higher standard of living or a living that ones and two's and strive for and obtain. In storm fall terms reduce the neophytes through advancement and placation.