by David Prentice
The fog of war. It’s real. It’s been hiding the truth that civil war has been upon us for years now.
Here is a prescient definition, first made by Prussian military analyst Carl von Clausewitz, who defined the fog of war concept in the mid 1800s:
War is the realm of uncertainty; three quarters of the factors on which action in war is based are wrapped in a fog of greater or lesser uncertainty. A sensitive and discriminating judgment is called for — a skilled intelligence to scent out the truth.
Example: Hitler not scenting out the truth is how we prevailed on D-Day. The allies used the fog well.
So here we are, and the left is engaging us with its fog. We have been fighting the left in a multi-front war, one front being the mysterious war against the Wuhan virus. Others are fighting a degenerate Democratic Party and an even further degenerate media.