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Battle for Statehood (5)
War in Intangible Space

22 April 2012
 

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The following are the main points presented by Tatyana Gracheva in the chapter War on Mental Space in her book Invisible Khazaria:

The intangible war against the statehood is carried out in two spaces - people's mind and people's heart. In this case "the state can be destroyed without declaring a war or conducting traditional military operations against it".

There are many ways to conduct the intangible war, which include "(colour) revolution, reprogramming the consciousness of the ruling elite towards the anti-state course, and regime change to establish a puppet government."

All these methods are aimed at reducing the authority of the state either by corrupting it or molding it through already corrupt individuals, accompanied with the external military pressure.

"But the fight against the state can be done not just through the impact on power, but also by influence on the people. As a rule, under conditions of corrupt corporate state, power no longer cares about the people and brings them to such a sorrowful condition that they begin to feel hatred for authority and extend it to the state and statehood as such.

They perceive the state security institutions as their enemies, especially the army. They do not want to support it and serve it. They lose very important ability to maintain the state, that is to bear the burden of the statehood, to sacrifice and experience deprivation for the sake of statehood.

In the event of war, the people whose consciousness is damaged by hatred for authority and, consequently, for the state, will not defend it. Such a "prepared", in the political, informational, and psychological sense state is easy to conquer and destroy."

The hatred of the government also results the people to narrow the focus of interest to their own individual needs. In order to compensate the lack of sense of connection to community and the absence of a higher purpose for personal existence, they indulge in superficial stimulations to satisfy their basic instincts. Such individualism-based state will not be able to defend their homeland when it is invaded.

Lack of a coherent national psyche makes the state like a plate of sands and leaves a mental void which can be filled by hostile external forces with the ideas that may look attractive on the surface, but in fact extremely destructive to the state.

"Man lives by hope for the future and memories of the past.

And the absence of state-oriented ideology, by contrast, leads to absence of future, hopelessness and meaninglessness of existence. Therefore, depriving people of state-oriented ideology is a way of depriving them of the state."

A depopulated territory can be easily conquered and occupied by outsiders, so is the territory of the collective consciousness - "if there is not state-oriented ideology, it will be occupied by its antipode."

The another way to destroy the positive national psyche is to deprive people of their history. "The occupation and destruction of the state lie in the occupation and destruction of historical consciousness."

"When we say that Russia's history is a history of wars, which she was engaged in almost continuously, to protect her statehood, we should keep in mind that the enemy, which encroached on our identity and statehood, being defeated, may become possessed with thirst for revenge.

The people are forced to be ashamed of those very periods of their history during which the statehood and their country was particularly strong and marked by the heroism of victories in the name of defending the homeland.

And this destructive passion of revenge, of repeating the attempt of occupation may have its roots in history, and even in the very remote history, which suddenly comes to life, igniting the inner world of some group of people living in the present, and becoming the driving force behind their behaviour."

我们已经知道这场摧毁国家的全球化战争是从看得见和看不见两条战线同时向主权国家进攻的。除了通过军事打击、经济掠夺、人口控制在物资领域摧毁一个国家的实力外,另一个越来越倚重的进攻方向就是改造目标国的上层建筑和精神领域。运用这种手段可以不必公开宣战而打败一个国家,比如通过颜色革命、反爱国主义洗脑宣传以及扶持傀儡政权等等。

所有这些渗透性的主权颠覆手段都需借助里应外合而显示成效,即一方面收买内部的腐败分子,一方面在外部施加军事压力。

而与此同时,由于权贵的腐败给国民带来深重苦难,大量民众对权贵阶层及他们所控制的国家机器充满了仇恨。在这种情况下他们很容易或者出于愤恨或者受人煽动[在中国,此类典型煽动者有茅于轼之流。茅鼓吹中国应该为了他所谓的米式普世价值放弃领土和主权,并叫嚣不准用他所交的税造航母。意味深长的是,此直言不讳的叛国贼却是温家宝国务院的顾问]将警察和军队看成权贵镇压百姓的工具而拒绝支持。失去民众支持的军队和失去爱国热忱的民众在外来侵略者面前是不堪一击的。

除此以外,失去了家国情怀的民众对集体利益变得冷漠,将关注点收缩至个体,靠寻求感官刺激淡化因缺乏群体意识而造成的孤独感。这样的奉行个人至上主义的民众既没有关爱邻里、社团、同胞的能力,在大敌当头之际当然更不可能挺身而出为国赴难了。

达到这一毁人家国于无形中的战略目标的关键步骤是抽去国民精神中与爱国主义有关的崇高理念,让他们自动抛弃自己的国家。要做到这一点首先就要虚化这个国家的历史,让民众为自己的国家感到羞愧,深感“祖宗不足法”。这对于那些向有精忠报国传统的国家尤其重要。

无论有没有用文字表达,每一个国家都有自己的特定集体意识,这是一种客观存在。这种集体意识可以是自我肯定的,也可以是自我否定的。就像权力可以为广大民众服务[如薄熙来的重庆],也可以只为少数权贵牟利[如温家宝的国务院],甚或可以成为勾结外敌谋取私利的工具[同前]。

为大众服务的政权必然为民所拥护,为权贵牟利的政权肯定被民所唾弃,而卖国政府无疑让民众切齿痛恨。在后两种形式政权的统治下,民众的家国情怀无以寄托,整体的精神领域呈空虚状态,于是境外敌对势力控制的传媒就乘虚而入,利用民众对当权者所倡导的理念的不认同,提供一种表面上看起来更吸引人,而实际上具有破坏性质的思潮 [李克强精神导师厉以宁的以牺牲多数人利益换取少数人幸福的法西斯主张,美国线人贺的无视人类基本道德准则的法律程序正义说,以及李淫婆的淫乱伦乱天然合理论等等]。民众被这样的思潮牵着鼻子走,完全没有意识到他们正走向自我毁灭的绝路。

有志于权为民所用的政府不应听任国民的整体精神呈空虚状态。就像地广人稀的国度必然被外族征服和占领一样,民众的精神领域,政府不用爱国主义信息去充实[如通过薄熙来所倡导的唱红],外敌就会乘机用反爱国主义的信息培植带路党,引导民众不以叛国为耻,反以当亡国奴为荣 [一如目前满清余孽及西奴文人之所为]。

人的现实存在的质量与他对过去的记忆和对将来的期望密切相关。一个国家也一样。

一个缺乏崇高信念的国家让民众看不到更好的未来,对未来失去希望的民众就是不堪一击的行尸走肉。综上所述,只要摧毁了一个国家的国民对崇高信念的追求就摧毁了一个国家赖以存在的精神基础。

欲去其国,先去其史。摧毁一个国家的精神基础的目的还可以通过摧毁一个国家的历史来达到。

俄罗斯的历史是一部战争史。从立国以来,俄罗斯就一直需要为捍卫国家主权而与入侵者殊死鏖战。我们决不能低估那些曾经在历史上败给俄罗斯的族群的复仇欲望 [对中国来说,永远要警惕日本、鸦片国及鸦片国的手足同胞国美国,以及暂时成为这个国家国民一部分但仍怀念其祖先对中国的征服史的侵略者的后裔]。 当机会再次来临时,这种强烈的复仇欲望就会转化为再次摧毁这个国家的实际行动 [对中国而言,从通古斯远道而来的女真满人一族先后两次在宋末和明末之际导致中国文明中断和倒退的史实就是极其沉痛的教训。]

1, Battle for Statehood - Main Target of Modern War
2, Battle for Statehood - Why Target Statehood

3, Battle for Statehood - Essential Components
4, Battle for Statehood - War on Population

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