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One of the tactics used in 5GW is to corrupt the judiciary in common law democratic systems. The judiciary is one of the three branches of government responsible for upholding the rule of law and the separation of powers, which is at the core of the ancient laws and customs of the Anglo-Saxons. To combat this tactic, one approach is to use the enemy’s resources against them. In this case, the media can be used to highlight the corrupt judiciary and raise public awareness about the importance of upholding the separation of powers.
Even those who consider themselves “woke” have come to recognize the corrupt and wrong nature of these tactics. This highlights the importance of protecting our democratic institutions and the rule of law in the face of new and evolving forms of warfare.
An analogy that illustrates this concept is the arrest of former US President Donald Trump. Some have argued that this arrest is an example of using the enemy’s resources against them, in line with Sun Tzu’s principle of using your enemy’s strengths against them. The arrest also highlights the potential for corruption within the judiciary, as some have argued that the case against Trump was politically motivated.
Overall, the concept of 5GW and its implications for democratic systems is a complex and evolving issue. It is important to remain vigilant and take proactive steps to protect our democratic institutions and the separation of powers. Using the media to highlight corruption and raise public awareness is one way to combat these tactics and ensure the integrity of our democratic systems.
BTW Kettling or surrounding an enemy is similar to a strategic game played in the east called GO. England is being politically kettled.