Revenge Strategy, Wasting the power of your hate on the guiltless (XX). WWII strategic reflections next week.
Wishing you a beautiful Sunday.
This is just to write that this episode about WWII is not done yet.
I still need to write strategic reflections about the Great War and World War II. As you know my domain is the corporate strategy (what business and industry to do). I depend on historians (and historians of art) to make corporate strategic analysis when it comes to past events. In consequence, I will offer a closure bonus episode about this example, next week.
My aim is to provoke you to think strategically. Any revenge strategy which utilizes a deadly weaponry war touches the war industry. I must write about the status of the armaments today. Why is it so relevant to stop nuclear arsenal war?, particularly when the war is in the hands of those who have the raw materials to produce them. Furthermore, those countries who have manufacturing nuclear companies. And finally, those who buy and hold the atomic bombs (which are infinitely more powerful today than the nuclear bombs utilized to destroy Nagasaki or Hiroshima). If you observe carefully, there are at least dozens of countries who have the supplies and the devices to fabricate the nuclear arsenal that could kill the planet at the sound of a snap. And these countries must be protected, otherwise, their nuclear resources can be used for blindfolded purposes at any time in the future. In addition, I need to give you some reflections about the most important role of the United Nations, that is to preserve peace.
Stay tuned, next week it will be interesting.
Have a beautiful day.
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