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Saturday, June 18, 2016

4GW in audiobook

The 4GW Handbook is now available in audiobook. Narrated by the quintessential voice professional, Bob Allen, this is a must-listen for anyone interested in the future of war. 3 hours and 54 minutes.

Also available now in paperback.

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6 Comments:

Blogger JACIII June 18, 2016 5:50 PM  

Got it.

Blogger JACIII June 18, 2016 5:52 PM  

Will be a good lawn mowing distraction.

Anonymous Goodnight June 18, 2016 6:08 PM  

Sweet! Just got my new Audible credits and was looking for something new.

Blogger Chiva June 18, 2016 6:18 PM  

This old man with terrible eyesight, but excellent hearing, thanks you.

Anonymous Andreas Müller June 19, 2016 1:12 AM  

Is it possible to get it in MP3 format?

OpenID simplytimothy June 20, 2016 7:18 AM  

I started reading it yesterday.

The book is written (so far) from the perspective of the state-actor against the 4-GW actor.

Acquiring the thinking of the non-state actor is what I am after and appears doable from this book (so far).

It is instructive. I have never studied war beyond reading Clausewitz On War as a kid and the book is providing useful (and new to me) insight--strategy, operation, tactics --for example, that provides a framework that the state-actors use.

The 4-GW frameworks of physical, mental, moral ,with moral being determinative, seems to be where this current war currently is.

The state has lost moral legitimacy among my people.
A mental contest between state actors and my people is happening right now.
A physical contest has happened at Trump rallies.

The existence of the state-actor--the uni-party/ruling class in D.C and urban areas seems settled.
The entry of Islam into this war (at the invitation of the ruling class) introduces elements of state and non-state actors against me.

Some measures of moral-legitimacy of the state would be useful (an economic collapse, most useful in depriving them of moral legitimacy)

Anyway, the book has gotten me started thinking.

I wonder where the strategy of pushing an abhorrent morality on my people fits in with their thinking? I can view this as an operational issue, that has failed at the moral level.







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