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    Posted August 12, 2014 by
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    With children we use reverse psychology. You know, tell them they’re not going to like something that we think they should try. They go for it nine times out of ten.

    The same works in reverse. If we don’t want something to happen or we would like for something to end we should not encourage it by noticing it successes and it potentials.

    We mention how much money sisi has how many weapons they have and all about from which “victories”, and of course we don’t fail to mention how big sisi is, how they’re recruiting and how easy it is to join.

    I’m thinking more along the lines of:
    Let’s start talking about how small they are compared to other forces who are very near geographically speaking. We should also mention how difficult it will be for sisi to obtain new/replacement ammo/artillery shells without having new “victories” (we must also come up with another word for “victories” here). They can’t easily replenish if we don’t let them.

    We need to talk more about how many of the sisi’s have been “exterminated”, “eradicated” or “killed”. We need to be showing pictures of this as it’s happening and then repeat until there are more. We need to instill fear in those assholes on the ground over there as well as any other assholes who may want to join them. Do this by talking about plans to “destroy” them. If we don’t have plans yet, say things that are equally as terrifying about the plans that we’re making. If we really aren’t making any other plans at the moment, make some shit up for now.

    Get army, navy etc… Big dogs on your show who are hell bent on killing this guys and let them carry on a while.

    Report on how many we and others plan to kill tonight and tomorrow morning.

    This is what will change the tides.

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