By Anna Von Reitz
We have heard the words “divide and conquer” since we were in Kindergarten. It’s what we did when the two Big Kids ganged up on the 500 First Graders.
We’ve heard it, and to some extent, we’ve all done it— yet, somehow, I have proof that we haven’t understood it— haven’t quite fully grasped the concept.
The Revolution: Brits against Colonists
The French Revolution: Monarchists against their Serfs
The Civil War: North against South
The First World War: Brits/French against Germans
The Russian Revolution: Monarchists against their Workers
The Second World War: Brits/French against Germans
Democrats and Republicans
Robber Barons and Labor Unionists
Palestinians and Israelis
Are you beginning to see a pattern here? There are two sides to every conflict. Why is that?
Because it is purposefully designed to be that way.
Polarization and labeling of two sides is a mathematically necessary requirement…