GLOBAL TOTALITARIANISM AND THE WORKING ANIMALS
Glloball Tottalliittarriianiism and tthe Worrkiing Aniimalls G oba To a a an sm and he Wo k ng An ma s
- Essays, Citations, Extracts, Comments -
Author and Editor
Florentin Smarandache, Ph D Associate Professor Chair of the Department of Math & Sciences University of New Mexico 200 College Rd. Gallup, NM 87301, USA
KOGAÏON ÉDITIONS, 2008
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Preface: The Wolf Dressed in Sheepskin: 4
Global Totalitarianism and the Working Animals: 6 International Injustice in Science, Arts, and Letters: 23 Dark Strategies in Politics: 29 Extracts from Machiavelli’s leading “Prince”: 52 Extracts from Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”: 55 ADDENDA: More References on (Anti)Globalization: 63
Preface: The Wolf Dressed in Sheepskin
Sic semper tyrannis
[Thus ever to tyrants]
We live today in an Upside-Down World, whose equilibrium has been broken and those who lead play the fools: - a Klan of elites manipulate the whole world setting up a global dictatorship as never before in the humankind’s history; - the tyrants show up as good men; - the most criminals pretend they are innocent and fight for “peace”; - the illiterate plead about culture; - the evil is presented to the public’s eye as angel; - there is today a “democracy” of the most powerful; - respecting the “human rights” became synonymous to subordination to the most powerful; - creators, scientists, writers who don’t obey to the powerful elite are blacklisted, ignored, slandered; - the immoral teach us about morality; - the official thieves are taken for honest;
- those who lie are today at great honor; - the rich elite Klan manipulates mass-media, economy, spirituality, recession/depression and the whole global life. Opportunists ally with the most powerful in their attempt to get some rests from the powerful elites’ table… About this gloomy reality and more on today’s spiritual misery, you can read in the next pages. It is today a highest paradoxism ever at all levels of the global society! F. S.
Global Totalitarianism and the Working Animals
This so-called “globalization” is called on Internet in the following ways: global totalitarianism, neo-totalitarianism, new world order, global fascist order, neo-fascism, today’s new fascism, semi-colonialism, neocolonialism, global cyber hegemony (global control and manipulation of the Internet), global dictatorship, etc. where a few elites from some power countries try to take over the whole globe, which would become a prison planet. These unscrupulous, immoral, corrupted, genocidal, power-hungry elites will exercise an apartheid policy against the whole world, controlling people’s soul through their totalitarian regulation coercions. Our only hope for liberty would be… to move to another planet! This global colonization, which we call Glob-Colonization, means that a few power countries transform the third world countries into politically, ideologically, militarily, economically, financially, spiritually, culturally dominated territories. These powerful countries do the followings in order to dominate the
underdeveloped countries: - Install puppet or at least semi-puppet governments in underdeveloped countries, easily manipulated and subordinated to them. Many times, they put in power and support dictators, hated by the local population (see for example Pakistan, then some countries in Latin America, in some Arabic countries, etc.). - Falsify and manipulate underdeveloped countries’ local elections in order to bring to power marionettes subordinated to them. The secret services of these powers start by publicizing, before local elections, spurious “Gallup poll” or “opinion statistics” that show as favorable (of course!) their marionette politicians – in order to psychologically prepare the local population for accepting these marionettes. When the falsification of the elections does not succeed, a flood of slandering, defamatory propaganda is lunched by the secret services (sheltered by these power countries’ embassies/consulates/missions, etc.) against the democratically elected government. In the 17th-19th centuries, Romania and other countries under the Ottoman Empire had eastern leaders, called “Phanariotes” (i.e. Greeks nobles from the Phanar district of Istanbul), now local population jokes that their leaders are… western-Phanariotes [or
- Destroy the industry of underdeveloped countries, making the populace poorer, jobless, and thus obliged to emigrate to the west as cheap and discriminated labor. In this kind, they eliminate industrial concurrence. A country in general cannot be rich without industrialization. - Dumping third world countries’ agriculture system in order to destroy their peasants’ small economies, and thus make the citizens of the third world countries dependent of the dominant powers. - Break up underdeveloped countries into small parts, by pedaling on regional differences between various ethnic groups. - Send so-called “peace missionaries” and traders in underdeveloped countries, who in realities are spies who collect information and stir an ethnic group against another in these underdeveloped countries in order to provoke regional turbulence, encourage separatist groups, and try to destabilize these countries. Dividae et impera [divide and conquer], or divide in order to be able to easier conquer, tells a cynic Latin aphorism. See for example Czechoslovakia, then Yugoslavia and afterwards
Serbia [because they are Slavic countries], and who would be dismembered next? Attempts were against Romania. Similarly, against China regarding the separatist Tibetans, with Tibetan riots organized by foreign secret services just on the eve of the 2008 International Olympiad in Beijing, in order to boycott this Olympiad, thus mixing politics with sports in their humbug interests. Also, attempts to break Brazil, since it is too big and becomes a dangerous competitor, into South Brazil (a rich part) and North Brazil (a poor part), or to remove Amazon’s jungle from Brazil because, because as they say: Amazon’s jungle belongs to the planet not to Brazil. Maybe, Indonesia will follow next (?) (East Timor was already cut off from it.) So, what kind of globalization is that in which, instead of unifying, it divides?! As in paradoxism, the Balkanization of the world is “performed” by non-Balkan powers, the vile actors on the world scene! But the same powerful countries do not want to hear about, for example, dividing Canada into two parts, the French part, Québec – that many times asked for independence, and the Anglo part; or splitting Belgium into two parts, French part (Wallonie) and Flemish part; or letting Ireland unite with Northern Ireland… .
These powerful countries do whatever they can for dominance by force and by deceiving. - Entangle, by any mean, countries of same language or culture to unite (for example Arabic countries, or Hispanic countries, or all Islamic countries), so they do not become powers. - Create international organisms that pretend serving the whole globe but, in reality, they only serve the interests of a few powers against independent non-obedient states. What kind of democracy promote these international organisms when some countries are allowed to have sophisticated arms and others are not?! Clearly, they are biased. In our opinion, all countries should disarm - but this is a utopia today. Also, why some countries have the “right of veto”? That’s not fair. These international organisms look for pretexts (saying that they bring “international aid”) to intervene in the affairs of underdeveloped countries. - Erase the collective memory of other nations by defaming, slandering, detracting nations’ history, language, personalities, traditions, culture. This is a cynic strategy of abolishing nations. - Humiliate a whole underdeveloped nation through a propaganda
that throws the particular to the general, i.e. blameworthy facts of a few individuals from an underdeveloped country are generalized to the whole nation they belong to; that’s the intentional way of how mass-media of these power countries transmit lies to the whole world. Thus, for example, Romanians are stereotyped “gypsies”, “thieves”, etc. because of some bad facts of a few individuals, but not all Romanians are gypsies or thieves, and by the way according to official statistics - there are tens of times more criminals and thieves in these power countries than in Romania! - These powers mutually promote at an international level the racial idea of “superior nations” [which is a kind of neo-
Aryanism] by humiliating other nations (using lies, speculations,
slandering, boycotting, ridiculing realizations and people of third world countries). It is indeed a Global Aryanism. This means an attempt to culturally, spiritually, intellectually, etc. exterminating other nations. These powers try to intimidate by inspiring international fear and slavishness. They publish and promote all kinds of reports, various encyclopedias, handbooks, movies, documentaries, propagandistic news, web sites, etc. in order to indoctrinate the whole world that they detain the hegemony in every field.
- Defamation of other religions, different from western Christianism, such as: Islam and its prophet in special, then eastern orthodoxies, scientology, etc. in order to impose a global religious dominance. - Indoctrination of third world countries with these few power countries’ ideology, culture, religion, propaganda, while suppressing local values. - Calumniation of underdeveloped nations’ traditions, customs. Powerful countries’ secret agents pay dishonest local journalists to write and speak against their own countries’ culture, history, traditions, religion, but of course praising the dominants. - Ignore, ridicule, detract and boycott underdeveloped countries’ realizations, personalities, men and women of arts and letters, scientific research. Falsify the local history. This is part of denationalization and brain washing! From the national poet Eminescu, to high historical leaders as Ştefan cel Mare (Stefan the Great), Mihai Viteazu (Michael the Brave), and to the Romanian folklore characters Făt-Frumos and Ileana Cosânzeana, everything is under a flood of organized denigrations , while those who dare to defend them are blacklisted and constantly insulted.
It is a way to erase the collective memory of third world country nations. - Weaken the national education system in underdeveloped countries and intoxicate it with these power countries’ propaganda, ideology, religion. - International Banks lend money to underdeveloped countries with the pretext of “helping” them, but under cover these banks interfere with underdeveloped countries’ political, ideological, economical affairs undermining them, imposing regulations in the interest of a few power countries these banks belong to, and transforming the underdeveloped countries in semi-colonies. - An international swindle done by these few power countries is the so-called “convertibility” of only their currencies (or only their currencies to be considered “hard money”) in foreign exchange, and not of other countries' currencies. This international financial cunning gave these power countries a huge advantage over the world, since it was extremely cheap for them (i.e. only the cost of ink and paper) to print colored papers [= their currencies] and pay in the whole world for all kind of goods and services with their ‘colored papers’: from oil and agriculture products to secret agents acting in third world countries to destabilizing them.
Third world countries should not recognize these colored papers, and ask in the international trade to get in exchange: gold, silver, diamond, or other concrete goods and services, but not colored papers. - Those who dare to think otherwise, or countries that do not obey these powers are labeled “undemocratic”, “politically incorrect”, and accused of not respecting the “human rights”. a) These powerful countries pretend having democracy, but actually they have a phony democracy, i.e. “democracy of men with money”, since democracy in the classical Greek sense means “power of the people” [in Greek demokratia = demos (people) + kratos (strength), therefore: strength/power of the people], not power of a governmental junta. When, according to pool investigation, majority of people are against a war, and millions demonstrate against the war, but the governmental junta/Klan still goes to war, is that a manifestation of the power of the people? Of course not! There is no much difference between the Stalinist dictatorship and today’s so-called “democracy”: in the Stalinist dictatorship the citizen were not allowed to say anything; in today’s selfcalled “democracy” you are allowed to speak up, but the effect is the same as in the dictatorship (I mean: there is no effect!... because today’s totalitarian governmental junta do
whatever it pleases). People can say whatever they want, but it has no consequence!! Allowing people to say everything is a psychological tactic from the part of the governmental junta, since people release their anger, and doing that many times without any consequence they would eventually stop… There is a total ignorance from the part of the powerful Klan with respect to the people. The governmental cliques, in the selfcalled democratic countries and in other authoritarian countries too, act as official mobs! Those who dare to criticize these phony democracies are called “unpatriotic” … . Today’s world meaning of “democracy” is subordination to these power countries, so unfortunately “democracy” became a propaganda and a pretext of the power countries to interfere in the third world countries’ affairs! In addition, countries having a bi-partite political system are less democratic that those having a pluri-partite political system since the last ones offer more alternatives of policies and governance. Another example of lack of democracy and dominance of some elites over the normal citizen is the lobby in the American Congress; this lobby is unfortunately on official
corruption where firms with money bribe senators to vote for
firms’ interest laws which are in citizens’ disadvantage (a such example is the law that obliges each driver to have car
insurance, money which in most cases the citizens pay for nothing… they pay like a tax for wind and for illusions!). b) Further, this “politically incorrect” syntagme is a contemporary form of censorship and denial of freedom of speech (you’re not allowed to criticize the dominance... the dominance pretends detaining the global “absolute” truth in any field!). c) While by respecting the “human rights” they maybe mean: these powers’ “human rights” of dominating other nations! The secret services of these powers and their paid influence agents provoke disarray, disorder, and systematic psychological harassment against the governments of disobedient countries. Countries that oppose the dominants are destroyed with bombs, while those countries that yield to the dominants are destroyed with the pen, as Prof. Michel Chossudovsky plastically wrote, in the sense that local deregulations took place and external regulations from dominant powers were implemented. In the last category, Eastern Europe countries, such as Romania, Bulgaria for example, had their industries destroyed, their citizen required to pay high taxes to the government, and each whole country required to pay millions of euros for various European Union projects in Western countries, while Eastern European countries receive very little in exchange and their own projects are systematically rejected. As a result, a small percentage of Eastern Europeans became very rich and the majority very poor, while the
degree of population’s dissatisfaction – most people were plunged into misery - is very high. The corruption has been installed in the society, from its highest level to the lowest. The majority’s disgust and discomfort is reflected today by young generation’s movement in poetry and writing called “grievism” [coming from ‘grieve’] that it is often seeing on its Internet creations. European Union (EU), as part of the global totalitarianism (i.e. globalization), exercises - besides an internal neocolonialism of Western European countries against Eastern European countries which transformed eastern countries into the wasted garbage of the west - also an external neocolonialism of European firms against African, parts of Asian, and Latin American countries, forcing these underdeveloped countries to open their markets to EU firms whose products surpass the local products, bringing to ruins the local economies. As a result, rich countries become richer, and poor countries poorer and dependable on the first countries as neo-colonies. This is globalization’s equity! These few power countries use bombs, tortures (defying Geneva convention), invasions, genocides, deceptions, lies against third world countries - pretending they “fight for democracy”… (actually, it is the democracy of the most powerful that suck the natural and human resources of the neo-colonies!). Eeastern European analysts consider that their countries are
today under double occupation… . - There are national and international deceptive agencies of so-called “human rights” in these power countries, such as Department/Division of Human Rights, Amnesty International, Equal Employment Opportunity Committee (EEOC), etc. that pretend defending the human rights of citizens in the world, but in reality they go after so-called by them “rogue countries” [i.e. countries that do not subordinate to them] and they look for pretexts to interfere in these countries’ affairs. These deceptive agencies don’t even protect the ordinary citizens in these power countries from the abuse of the elites, not even do much for their discriminated minorities. These so-called agencies of human rights have merely a propagandistic role. - Encourage local population NOT to learn its country’s history, culture, traditions, etc. transforming them in just “speaking servants” (we adjust the Latin “speaking tools” at today’s reality), or worse “global working animals” for these powers. This is part of the robotization of the people. This population is thus embezzled from its identity… The more somebody knows, the more he or she demands from the society - which is inconvenient for these powers. That’s why the dominance tries to turn the thinking populace into an
amorphous ignorant and less educated crowd, and in consequence this populace will simply be pushed into obsequiousness. - Encourage the local creators to imitate and follow these power countries’ ideas in arts, letters, science, etc. while discouraging them from having original ideas and creations; these power countries’ elites pretend they detain the monopoly of creation; - These power countries try to control and manipulate the information at the global level, as part of globalization, by controlling the national and transnational mass-media, the Internet, and by defaming people who are independent and thus not obeying to them. - Award pompous international awards [with exaggerated epithets such as: “the best in the world”, “the genial creator”, “the genial theory” (for useless theories that many people contest), etc.] in science, arts, and letters to these power countries’ servants, since these power countries manipulate the awards as well… . - Transform the third world countries in cheap leisure places for the vacation of the power countries’ rich. That’s why these power countries’ economists “advise” third world
countries to develop their “cultural economics”! Native population is transformed into primitives that dance, sing, perform, exhibit, serve, etc. in front of these power countries’ rich… . - The middle class is thinning in all countries, and so is the real democracy. In U. S. there is no universal medical system as in other developed and even underdeveloped countries, the medical assistance cost is sky rocketing, the medical insurance agencies are simply business companies not medical helpers; the social system is bankrupting, and the retirement system in bad shape menacing contemporary working class to remaining without pensions… . The rich become richer and the middle class poorer. Despite the initial good features of globalization (amongst them the free circulation of people and ideas across borders), it has drastic negative impacts. The uniformization imposed by global totalitarianists reduces or even annihilates the countries’ national specific differences, which are the flavor of foreigners’ attraction. It is obvious to say that those who planned and set up the globalization did it in their own advantage/profit. A global totalitarianism of a few elites is installing today against the whole world.
Equilibrium of powers at the planetary level is needed for a healthy global atmosphere. Today’s unipolarity is abusive, aggressive, corrupted, yoking. Therefore, it is hoped that maybe China, Brazil and other modest countries will develop in order to counterbalance the arrogance of today’s totalitarian power. History teaches us that no empire lasts forever, consequently sooner or later this glob-colonialism/totalitarianism will fail.
References:  Michel Chossudovsky, Global Famine, http://snuffysmithsblog.blogspot.com/2008/05/global-famine-bymichel-chossudovsky.html;  Jared Israel, An interview with Michel Chossudovsky, Professor of
Economics, University of Ottawa,
http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=79;  Michel Chossudovsky, The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction:
"Owning the Weather" for Military Use,
 F. Smarandache (author), V. Christianto (editor), If anything go
wrong, pass it on to someone else / Florentin’s Laws (I and II),
partially in Campus Voice, University of New Mexico, Gallup Campus, Vol. xiv, Nos. 3 & 4, March and respectively April 2008, http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/FlorentinsLaws.pdf;  Alexandru Nemoianu, Ziditor de Vreme, Information Bulletin, Romanian American Heritage Center, Jackson, MI, Vol. xxv, No. 2, p. 6, April-June 2008;  V. Christianto, F. Smarandache, Cultural Advantage for Cities: An
alternative for underdeveloped countries, InfoLearn, 2008,
http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/CulturalAdvantage.pdf. [A previous version of this article was published in “Agero” journal in Germany, May 2008.]
International Injustice in Science, Arts, and Letters
In the scientific research, it is important to keep our freedom of thinking and not being yoked by others’ theories without checking them, no matter where they come from. Cogito, ergo sum [I think, therefore I am], said Descartes (1596-1650), and this Latin aphorism became his first principle in philosophy. Inspired by D. Rabounski  and M. Apostol  I read more articles about injustices in science (for example ) and in arts and letters occurring in contemporary societies. Other than Descartes, we can also learn from Kant, who is perhaps the greatest ‘natural’ philosopher, with his famous phrase :“Have the courage to use your own reason!” (in Latin sapere
aude!). Needless to say, to become a scientist one shall be dare to
stand for the truth, even if it means to face the ‘clamor of Boetians’ (Gauss). A particular good example for this view is Galileo or Copernicus who defended ‘heliocentric’ system despite excessive pressure. The poet Plautus (254-184 B.C.) had once exclaimed that homo
homini lupus [man is a wolf for man], so people make problems to
people. In this short letter to the editor, I would like to list some inconvenient cases that manifest today: There exist reviewing and indexing publications and institutes made just for a propagandistic way, and not reviewing all relevant literature on the topics, but reviewing their people and their ideas while ignoring, boycotting, denigrating, or discrediting other people and ideas. They exercise an international traffic of influence by manipulation and falsification of information (such as biographies, history of events, etc.), discourage people for working on topics different from theirs, and use subversive techniques in their interest of hegemony in science, arts, and letters. The science, art, and literature of the powerful are like that: If
you don’t cite them, it is your fault as if you have not read them. However, if they don’t cite you, it’s your fault too as if you did not deserve to be cited because you have published in so-called by them “obscure publications”, even if these people have “borrowed” your idea without acknowledgement. They categorize as “obscure, unimportant, not mainstream” those journals, publishing houses,
cultural centers and researchers or creators that do not obey to them or that dare to be independent thinkers, in order that these people with power positions stigmatize them in the public’s eye (because they can not control these publications). While the publications and centers of research they control they proclaim as “the best”. The science/art & letters establishments continue to ignore or minimize the research and creation done outside the mainstream. It became a common procedure that people who control the socalled “high” publications abuse their power and they “take” ideas from less circulated publications and publish them in these “high” publications without citation, as their own ideas! There are journals using hidden peer-reviewers that delay the publication until someone else from their house get credit for your paper’s ideas. Secret groups and services ignore and even boycott personalities who are independent in thinking and don’t follow the mainstream/establishment or don’t obey to them; they manipulate national and international awards in science, arts, literature, also they manipulate university positions, high research jobs, funding; they try to confiscate the whole planet’s thought by making biased so-called “reference sites” (as the self-called “encyclopedias”, “dictionaries”, “handbooks”, etc.) where they slander independent thinkers, while blocking other sites they don’t like; that’s why the
whole human history of science, arts, letters has to be re-written; the search engines bring these “reference sites” amongst the first pages in a search, even they are not the most relevant to the search topic, and since most of the hurry readers browse only the beginning pages [they don’t spend time to look at all of them], it is a high probability that the populace is manipulated according to the biased information of these so-called “free” [just because they are not free!] reference sites; these groups try to confiscate the Internet at the global scale; always, during history, there were and unfortunately there still are intentions from some secret groups or services to dominate others… They try to transform other countries in spiritual colonies by brain washing. Secret groups and services do not only politic, economic, or military espionage, but also scientific, artistic, literary manipulations in the profit of their people. Unfortunately, big cultures continue to destroy small cultures and to delete the collective memory of small nations. History is written by winners, says the aphorism, but this is not correct, history should be written by all parts. It became a common procedure that creators from third world countries are constantly ignored and their work and ideas patented or published by others as their own in powerful countries! See a
such example in . International organisms are created who unfortunately only serve the interests of a few powers, not of the whole world. There are people believing they detain the absolute truth, and if somebody dares to have a different opinion from them, he or she is blacklisted, slandered, banned from various publications, etc. The public opinion is provoked, manipulated through propaganda, publicity, dissemination by those who detain the power or control the mass media and the national and international awards, and these awards have been created in purpose to impose some people and ideologies. There exist scientific, artistic, literary, or cultural The
associations/organizations whose hidden goal is to manipulate people in their propagandistic interest and indoctrinate them. literature they start to send (after collecting your membership money!) reflects only their ideas and praise only their people, while ignoring or boycotting others’. Nolens volens [unwilling or willing] the “member” of such association becomes their spiritual slave. Consequently, you are yoked to this association’s propaganda. Better to be independent and not belonging to any association/organization.
Acknowledgement: The author would like to express his gratitude to V. Christianto, D. Rabounski, M. Apostol, E. Goldfain for their comments.
References:  D. Rabounski, Declaration of Academic Freedom, Progress in Physics, Vol. 1, pp. 57-60, 2006.  M. Apostol, Comment on the Declaration of Academic Freedom
by D. Rabounski, Progress in Physics, p. 40, Vol. 3, 2007.
 Rochus Boerner, The Suppression of Inconvenient Facts in
Physics, http://www.suppressedscience.net/, 2003.
 E. Goldfain, A Brief Note on “Un-Particle” Physics, Progress in Physics, Vol. 3, 2008. [A previous version of this article was published in “Progress in Physics” as Letter to the Editor, Vol. 3, 2008. The article was translated to Arabic by Dr. Salah Osman.]
Dark Strategies in Politics.
Various ideas, hints, possible methods
These ideas are compiled from various readings. They are unethical, immoral, unfair, and devilish. They are unfortunately examples of bad behavior and intentions of some powerful elites and other malignant people. IN CONCLUSION, THIS IS A DO-NOT-DO LIST!...
Dark Strategies in Politics
• “Si vis pacem, para bellum ” [Latin, VEGETIUS; If you want peace, prepare for war]; • People are leaded by violence and terror and by academic discussions; (“Protocoalele secrete ale înţelepţilor sionului”, commented by Pr. Dr. Gheorghe Ledunca, Ed. Destin, Deva, 1995); • People are guided, exclusively, only by their small passions, by their habits, traditions and their sentimental theories; • That who wants to dominate must refer to slyness and hypocrisy, the reprimand weakens you; • The law of the powerful [= law of jungle!]; • The mob’s power is blind, reckless, irrational, listens to the right and to the left;
• Corruption, deception, betray to reach your goal; • To take someone’s property; • In nature it doesn’t exist equality, nor liberty; • Real instincts; • Being sincere and honest you loose for sure; • Make modern studies (the classical ones are obsolete); • Clever publicity; • To say something, and do something else; • To pose as tame lamb, as victim; • Hot head; • Plan to conquer the world; • Economic war;
• To obtain influence, remaining in shadow; • Produce to others an inferiority complex; • Divers information; • Falsification of documents; • To exercise an invisible force; • Speculations; • There are espionage stations in many places (countries) which are camouflaged (masked) under various commercial companies (or inside embassies, consulates); • Cooperation between foreign espionage services; • Do not trust anybody (verify everything); • Compromise someone in public by making up something about him; • Sometimes you may have to cooperate with your enemies;
• Propagate advantageous news; • Discredit your enemies; • Through disinformation services: they rumor tactical news, madeup stories, false letters (the original headings and signatures are preserved) used to make believe and blackmail (the type of paper); • Production of materials for disinformation; • Guerilla fights, surprise stalking (when the adversary is stronger); • Corrupt some, recruit others (I. M. Pacepa, “Red Horizons”, 1987); • Counterfeit documents “forgotten” or placed in key places; • Usage of codifications, of number enciphering, of operations (secretive); • Hidden microphones, video recorders;
• Compromising someone to make him work for you; • Implant your agents everywhere; • Become friendly with friends and kiths of powerful men (this is how you can gain access to them); • To gather information; • Frame-ups to prove the guilt of certain people, institutions; • To do diversion; • Physiologic pressure; • An informative apparatus needs decades to become operational, it takes minimum 5 years, and $2.5 millions to train a true informational officer (Pavel Coruţ); • To get infiltrated; • Passing public news; • There are specialized technicians in electronic war (to delude);
• Politic, diplomatic, and economic sabotage; • Use the conflicts to harden yourself; • Learn from suffering; • Energy shower; • To deserve a myth (produce yourself one); • Play theater, put up an act (tell your partner what he wants to hear); • Codified system of communications; • Be cold blooded; • Give a gift that he likes; • Sometime you have to sacrifice some of yours (blame the adversary); • Be devoted to your career;
• To be able to maneuver others; • Beat your adversaries with their own arms; • You must spy on your friends; • Be tactful; • In war there are simulated shot guns (giving the impression of real shuts); • Radio electronic diversion (in war); • Write epigrams (= 4 verses) about my books (about their titles); • Write and epitaph, for me (include it on my journal); • Perfidy methods to corrupt and to cheat, to mutilate and destroy your adversaries; the usage of parapsychology; • The information means power (it exists informative, cultural, scientific wars);
• The masters control the planet from the shadow; • The power is based on money and information (P. Coruţ); • The ideology is a narcotic for the obedience of masses from any country; • The betrayal of the allies or friends is common; • Do someone wrong and tell him that you did him good (!); • Psychological preparation (human training); eliminate the human emotions; • To smile when everyone screams of terror; • You must act alone to preserve the secret; • There are electronic methods for neuropsychological influence; • Some agents are kept “canned” and made active later; • Write your biography, inciting;
• The war from the shadow, the namelessness’ war; • Psychological destruction; • The truth sets you free; • There are occult forces; • There are traps, staging for compromising some persons; • The information has a vital importance (that who has the information one hour earlier, could earn millions); • Indoctrination with dissimulated ideology; • Have many friends (if some betray you, there are others left); • Realist, practice thinking; • Some will denigrate you, ostracize, sabotage, hit behind your back, plagiarize; • To be able to bide;
• To believe in your ideal; • Spreading of the false news; • Without moral scruples; • Be without shame; • Act merciless, have no pity; • You can exploit the adversary vices; • The art of making people open up to you; • The art of domination (by spiritual means); manipulator tricks, fast orientation in new situations, psychological resistance; • The victories and defeats are always temporary; • The resigned hatch in their minds the most terrible revenges (P. Coruţ); • Bear down your psychological barriers;
• Find the place and the system to direct others; [Lee Wallek, “The Mafia Manager”, 1991, Illinois]; • That who plays alone, never looses (Sicilian proverb); • If you leave amongst wolfs you learn to howl; • Mafia = the empire from the shadow; • Work in secret; • Know how to use your power; • Be good, or bad with others (depending of the situations); • To have peace; be prepared for war; • The luck first smiles then betrays; • When the occasion is proper don’t loose it, and hit your adversary; • By compromising you loose; when you leave the impression that you compromise yourself, you advance a step towards gain;
• Your difficulties disclose what type of human you are; • If you’re anvil stay quietly; if you’re a hammer hit! • The agreements are made to be broken; • To finish faster, work with patience; • No power without money; • The capitalists act harmoniously to cheat the public; • Many words, many lies; • “The publicity (advertising) is a legalized lie” (H. G. Wells); • Your business database should be password protected (change it periodically); • Lawyers are arrogant, interested only in money; giving the impression that they know more than anyone else! They twist the truth, putting wrong words in someone else’s mouth;
• The only honest politician is that that has hear on his teeth (Lee Wallek); • Don’t tell anyone more than they need to know (relatives, friends, etc.); from little knowledge some can reconstitute the whole thing; • Under the mask of a religious sect, some exercise their power and terror (M. Barbu); • Under the pretext of a diplomatic, humanitarian, charitable visit sometimes is hidden the spying, sabotage intentions (M. Barbu); • Camouflage of intentions; • To let certain things known to your coverts (to be known only what you want to be known); • Corruption; thefts; • To weaken the public spirit by criticism; • Transitions of contradictory opinions; • By self-criticism they want that you diminish yourself your
personality (to believe that you are null, to be disgusted of yourself) [depersonalization]; • Stay away from orators (they take your brains away); • The word mustn’t match the facts; • Scission with the help of politics; • To look honest and conciliate; • Victims in face, and executioners in the back; • The blackmail of those with marks; • The inactivity weakens you; • People should believe that they follow their ideas, but, in fact they follow yours; • Don’t have a lamb’s soul, be tough; • Instruction through images (much more than through writing, books);
• Diabolic mind; • Supervised liberty; • Artificial crises; • The elites’ space; • Do not disclose your enigmas; do not explain your myth (to have it interpreted and re-interpreted); • Increase the efficiency; • To give the impression that behind you are the masses (you’re sustained by the masses); • To be able to mobilize large masses; • Companies of disinformation (with the intention to have others fight for you); • The decisive wars weren’t great wars, and the great wars were not decisive (Geoffrey Parkes, “Military Revolution”);
• The insistence, repetition, produce the inverse effect (Radu Mureş); • Physiologic assassination; • Psychological weapon; • Psychological aggression against somebody; • Don’t play adversary’s game; • The secret of your work; • Absorbed of conspiracies, intrigues; • Holotropic war; • Threats to your enemy; • Politico-diplomatic pressure; • Economic-financial ruination of others;
• Informational manipulation; • Cultural penetration; • Non-military aggression; • Close supervision; • Disparagement of adverse values; • Resistance to assimilation; • Dislocation of adverse elements; • The conscience of self identity; • Enemy’s strength gives you your own strength (Vietnamese General Nguen Vo Giap, 1954); • Aggressions launched on masked ways; • Your own cult; • Books in which the bad exults, in which the burglars are never
caught, the criminals escape, the innocents die, the parasites gain; the ugly, the injustice, hatred, slander succeed; • The terror can be crushed only through terror; • On Earth always exulted only the bold, daring man (Hitler); • When the ration is silent, the violence takes the decision; • The best defensive arm is the attack; • The psychological importance of a symbol which designate the organization, the achievement (insignia, flag, slogan, drawing, blazon, emblem); • The magical of a presentation seduces the crowds; • The symbol must be decorative and suggestive, to make an impression, its dimensions explosive, its form must be original and captivating; • To display your symbol; • To establish the contact between you and the public who listens;
• Interpret the events in your favor; • You must be the unique winner; • Be more astute than the astute people; • Be tough, brutal; • To detour public’s attention in your preferred direction; • Shower your enemies with lies and calumnies until you destroy their nerves and they start to obey, then will become paralyzed (said Hitler in “Mein Kampf”); • The justice sentiments don’t apply, therefore you have to be the strongest (Hitler); • Recruit new adepts; • When you work on something, finish it; • Pull the strings without being seen (from the back stage);
• There are cases when you have to act brutal; • The ideology, politics, economy, philosophy, science, art, literature, propaganda of the most powerful!
References:  F. Smarandache, Life Strategies (draft), Vol. I: Works, http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/LifeStrategies1.pdf, 2008;  F. Smarandache, Life Strategies (draft), Vol. II: Literature, http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/LifeStrategies2.pdf, 2008;  F. Smarandache, Life Strategies (draft), Vol. III: Theater and Non-
Extracts from Machiavelli’s leading “Prince”
Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527) was a politician and writer who lived in Florence (Italy). Preoccupied by political philosophy, in 1513, he wrote “The Prince”, which was published after his death, in 1532. Because he unmasked the religion’s interference in politics, the clergymen slandered him. Read below short fragments from his main work, “The Prince”, and sometimes comments by others, under the form of aphorisms about power.
• Others help you if you help yourself; • My poverty is a witness to my honesty; • The injury that is to be done to a man ought to be of a such kind that one does not stand in fear of revenge; • Not allow any strong foreign powers to gain authority; • One always finds malcontents;
• A wise man ought always to follow the paths beaten by great men, and to imitate those who have been supreme; • Hieron II, the Syracuse (307-216 BC), […] wanted nothing, but a kingdom to be a king; • Those who solely by good fortune become princes from being private citizens have little trouble rising, but much in keeping atop; • If his dispositions were of no avail, that was not his fault, but the extraordinary and extreme malignity of fortune; • To win friends, to overcome either by force or fraud, to make himself beloved and feared by the people, to be followed and revered by the soldiers, to exterminate those who have power or reason to hurt him; • The nobles wish to rule and oppress the people; • Mercenaries and auxiliaries are useless and dangerous; • Having your own forces (F. S.); • Support yourself; • Roman Empire sank under the weight of its military obligations (Mr. Balfour); • Nothing can be so uncertain or unstable as fame or power; • The rules of war;
• Be considered clement and not cruel; • It is much safer to be feared than loved; • Friendships that are obtained by payments, and not by greatness or nobility of mind, may indeed be earned, but they are not secure; and in time of need cannot be relied upon; • Inspire fear but avoid hatred; • Hannibal was very cruel, that’s why he could control his enormous army; • He who seeks to deceive will always find someone who will allow himself to be deceived; • Avoid being despised and hated; • Conspire because of fear, jealousy, prospect of punishment; • Keep the soldiers friendly; • Give gifts to your servants; • Avoid flatterers; • Be a constant inquirer, and afterwards a patient listener; • It is better to be adventurous than cautious.
Extracts from SUN TZU’s “The Art of War”
Sun Tzu (or Sun Zi, or Sun Tse) was a Chinese military theorist who lived in 6th-5th century BC, when China was broken up in small states. His “Art of War” book has become an army manual in Military Academies around the world. Extracts from his book, together with comments from other military strategists mostly Chinese, are listed below; most of them are tricky/dirty methods in the war!
• When able to attack, we must seem unable; • When using forces, we must seem inactive; • When we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; • When far away, we must make him believe we are near; • Deceive friends and enemies; • Hold out baits to entice the enemy; • When he is in disorder, crash him; • If he is superior, evade him; • If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him;
• Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant; • If his forces are united, separate them; • Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected; • More calculations beforehand; • Don’t divulgate military devices; • He who wishes to fight must first count the cost (Ts’ao Kung); • Haste may be stupid, but at any rate it serves expenditure and energy (Ho Shih); • No country has benefited from prolonged warfare; • Be little ahead of your opponent; • Bring war material with you from home; • Rewards are necessary in order to make the solders see the advantage of beating the enemy (Tu Mu); • In the practical art of war, the best thing of all is to take the enemy’s country whole and intact; to shatter and destroy it is NOT so good; • Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting; • To balk the enemy’s plans;
• When the enemy has made a plan of attack against us, we must anticipate him by delivering our own attack first; • If quite unequal in every way, we have to show: 1. Opportunism, 2. Flexibility, 3. Adaptability; • He will win who knows when to fight and when not to fight; • He will win who knows how to handle superior and inferior forces; • He will win whose army is animated by the same spirit throughout all its ranks; • If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles; • If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat; • If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle; • Attack is the secret of defense, defense is the planning of an attack (Chang Yu); • The opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself (committing a mistake);
• One may know how to conquer, without being able to do it; • Who is skilled in defense hides in the most secret recedes of the earth; • He who is skilled in attack flashes forth from the topmost heights of heaven; • To foresee the event before the action has begun; • To plan secretly, to move surreptitiously, to foil the enemy’s intentions; • Sharp sight, quick hearing (Ho Shih); • He who looks below the surface of things, wins with ease (Mai Yao-ch’en); • The victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won; • Don’t disclose your position; • In presence of the enemy, your troops should be arrayed in normal fashion, but in order to secure victory; • Abnormal maneuvers must be employed (Chia Lin); • Confuse the enemy; • Indirect tactics; • Combinations of direct and indirect attacks; • Simulated disorder postulates perfect discipline, simulated
fear postulates courage, simulated weakness postulates strength; • Rapid evolution (Tu Mu); • Whoever is first in the field and awaits the coming of the enemy, will be fresh for the fight; • The clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy; • Strike at vulnerable points, shun points that are defended (Wang Hsi); • That general is skillful in attack whose opponent does not know what to attack; • You may advance and be absolutely irresistible, if you make for the enemy’s weak points; • Fitting with a large army under your command is nowise different from fighting with a small one: it is merely a question of instituting signs and signals; • Attack places which are undefended; • Hold positions that cannot be attacked; • You must defend even those places that are not likely to be attached; • If we do not wish to fight, we can prevent the enemy from engaging us; all we need do is to throw something odd and
unaccountable in his way; • We puzzle him by strange and unusual dispositions (Li Ch’uan); • Force him to reveal himself, so as to find out his vulnerable spots; • Compare the opposing army with your own, so that you may know where strength is superabundant and where it is deficient; • Conceal your tactics; • Do not repeat the tactics which have gained you one victory; • Avoid what is strong, and strike at what is weak; • The soldier works out his victory in relation to the foe whom he is facing; • You should modify your tactics in relation to your opponent; • There are constant changes; • The difficulty of tactical maneuvering consists in turning the devious into the direct, and misfortune into gain; • He will conquer who has learnt the artifice of deviation; • The art of handling large masses of men; • A soldier’s spirit is keen in the morning; by noon it has
begun to flag; and in the evening his mind is bent only on returning to camp; • Attack the enemy when it is sluggish; • Discipline and calm, to await the appearance of disorder and hubbub amongst the enemy; • To be near the goal while the enemy is still far from it; • Do not pursue an enemy who simulates fight; • Do not swallow bait offered by the enemy; • Variation in tactics; • There are roads which must not be followed, armies which must not be attacked, towns which must not be besieged; • No town should be attached which, if taken, cannot be held, or if left alone, will not cause any problem (Chang Yu); • Variations of plans; • Entice away the enemy’s best and wisest men, so that he may be left without counselors; introduce traitors into his country, that the government policy may be rendered futile; • Foment intrigue and deceit, and thus sow dissension between the ruler and his ministers, by means of every artful contrivance, cause deterioration amongst his men and
waste of his treasure; • Corrupt his morals by insidious gifts leading him into excess; • Disturb and unsettle his mind by presenting him with lovely women (Chia Lin); • The seek after glory should be careless of public opinion; • One may know the condition of a whole army from the behavior of a single man (Tu Mu); • Fight to the death; • Do not fight with desperate men; • Lavish rewards are given to keep men in good temper; • Keep a close watch on the enemy, and obtain
reinforcements; • Combination of hardness and tenderness; • Mercenary troops have less value; • The secret of war lies in the communications (Napoléon); • The line of supply may be said to be as vital to the existence of an army as the heart to the life of a human being (Col. Henderson); • The secret of getting successful work lies in the clearness of the instructions they receive (General Baden-Powell);
• Don’t hesitate; • Demoralize the enemy; • If fighting will not result in victory, then you must not fight; • Begin by seizing something which your opponent holds dear, then he will be amiable to your will; • In desperate straits people lose the sense of fear; • [The general] must be able to mystify his officers and men by false reports and appearances, and thus keep them in total ignorance; • By altering his arrangements and changing his plans, he keeps the enemy without definite knowledge; • By shifting his camp and taking circuitous routes, he prevents the enemy from anticipating his purpose; • Keep your antagonists in awe; • When the outlook is bright, bring it before their eyes; but tell them nothing when the situation is gloomy; • Accommodate yourself to the enemy until you can fight a decisive battle; • Exhibit the coyness of a maiden, until the enemy gives you an opening; • Cultivate your resources;
• If it is to your advantage, make a forward move, if not, stay where you are; • The use of spies: 1. Local spies (inhabitants of an enemy territory); 2. Moles (officials of the enemy); 3. Double agents (enemy spies used for our own purposes); 4. Doomed spies (doing things for the purpose of deception); 5. Surviving spies (those who bring back news from the enemy’s camp); • Manipulation of the threads; • Intuitive sagacity; • Be subtle; • Enemy’s spies must be tempted with bribes (to be transformed in double agent to carry false tidings to the enemy).
ADDENDA. More References on (Anti)Globalization
 Joseph E. Stiglitz, Globalization and Its Discontents, W. W. Norton & Company, 2002;  Lester Rowntree, Martin Lewis, Marie Price, and William Wyckoff,
Globalization and Diversity: Geography of a Changing World (2nd Edition), Prentice Hall, 2007;
 John Baylis, Steve Smith, and Patricia Owens, The Globalization of
World Politics (4th edition), Oxford University Press, USA, 2008;
 Lester Rowntree, Martin Lewis, Marie Price, and William Wyckoff,
Diversity Amid Globalization: World Regions, Environment, Development (3rd Edition), Prentice Hall, 2006;
 Robert K. Schaeffer, Understanding Globalization: The Social
Consequences of Political, Economic, and Environmental Change,
Rethinking Schools Ltd, 2002;
 Daniel Cohen, Globalization and Its Enemies, The MIT Press, 2007;
 Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, Robert E. Hoskisson, Strategic
Management: Competitiveness and Globalization, Concepts and Cases (8th edition), South-Western College Pub., 2008;
 Bill Bigelow and Bob Peterson, Rethinking Globalization: Teaching
for Justice in an Unjust World, Rethinking Schools Ltd., 2002.
We live today in an Upside-Down World, whose equilibrium has been broken and those who lead play the fools: - a Klan of elites manipulate the whole world setting up a global dictatorship as never before in the humankind’s history; - the tyrants show up as good men; - the evil is presented to the public’s eye as angel; - there is today a “democracy” of the most powerful; - respecting the “human rights” became synonymous to subordination to the most powerful; - creators, scientists, writers who don’t obey to the powerful elite are blacklisted, ignored, slandered; - the rich elite Klan manipulates mass-media, economy, spirituality, recession/depression and the whole global life. Opportunists ally with the most powerful in their attempt to get some rests from the powerful elites’ table… About this gloomy reality and more on today’s spiritual misery, you can read in the book. It is today a highest paradoxism ever at all levels of the global society!