Strategy 001

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate
Creator of the Heavens and the Earth

Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem

Preliminary notes on sources:

The forces of the corporate oligarchy are at war with the common people of America and of the world. War is strategy. War is not the strategic use of weapons. War often makes use of weapons to further strategy. It is necessary to study strategy and learn to translate the lessons of strategy from one arena (for example, the physical battlefield, or a symphonic movement) to another (our struggle).

(In regards to the urgent suggestion that you listen to symphonic music: Over 90% of Americans cannot hear music — they experience entertainment, which is, at most, a secondary aspect of a symphony — and cannot recognize that a symphonic movement demonstrates in various ways how to get from A to B. It requires attentive listening — work — and it requires that we have an intellectual grasp of what is happening. We have our current situation, A, and we want to reach a goal, B; a symphonic movement demonstrates various ways of doing that. The Germans, from Bach to Brahms, wrote the best symphonic music, and Germany is the most powerful nation in Europe — not a coincidence. Their music incorporates not only Italian, French and English influences, but Russian, Bohemian, Hungarian, Spanish and Gypsy, as well as African and African American influences. The primary value of continual exposure to symphonic music is that strategic thinking becomes instinctive. And it is also something our adversary is convinced we will never do. This is a key to victory: do something your adversary does not expect.)

These are preliminary notes on sources. We are up against a clever, vicious, relentless, cruel, and exterminating enemy. When calling some of us nigger and calling others “poor white trash” (behind their backs) and turning us against each other stops working, we need to be ready for whatever comes next — or be ready with a preemptive strategy. Or we can just continue marching and chanting. And then they elect Trump (or worse).


Liddell Hart, B.H., Strategy

Arnold-Forster, Mark, The World at War

The World at War (documentary TV series, available on DVDs)

Middleton, Drew, Crossroads of Modern Warfare

Warriors: Zulu Siege (DVD) (History Channel)

Capoeira: Quilombos (Wikipedia article)

Battleplan (documentary TV series, available on DVDs)


  • war of independence
  • war of 1812
  • Mexican war
  • civil war
  • president grant
  • Spanish-American war
  • wwI
  • wwII
  • Korean war
  • Vietnam war

symphonic works (assorted suggestions, among the most challenging and rewarding):

  • first movement, Beethoven’s 5th symphony
  • first movement, Beethoven’s 9th symphony
  • the first symphony (entire) of Brahms
  • first movement, Brahms’ 1st piano concerto
  • concerto for two violins (entire) of J.S. Bach
  • Leonore Overture #3 of Beethoven
  • any or all of the fugues of J.S. Bach’s The Art of the Fugue
  • first movement, Brahms’ 4th symphony
  • the second symphony (entire) of Gustav Mahler (90 minutes, if you are really interested and feel up to it, my favorite symphony and a profound inspiration on the meaning of life; live performance is best, but DVDs are available)

I recommend listening to various items by James Brown (the words are not the point):

  • “Cold Sweat”
  • “I Feel Good”
  • “Superbad”
  • “Get on the Good Foot”
  • “There It Is”
  • the medley from the end of “Bewildered” through “I Got the Feeling” to “Give It Up or Turn It Loose” on the Sex Machine album, and compare this truncated and intense version of “I Got the Feeling” to the original version
  • and others (maybe I’ll add them later) — there is something special that James Brown was channeling, and it is well worth becoming acquainted with

You probably don’t actually listen to any music, least of all James Brown. 90% of Americans have lost or failed to develop the faculty for hearing music. And don’t know what music actually is — not what it has become.

The word “music” comes from the ancient African word “muse” — which means a messenger from the highest realm. The pyramid-builders said that the muses helped them build the pyramids. In military strategy, we want to gain control of the high ground. Developing the faculty for actually hearing music means that you are connecting to the highest realm, above any highest ground that thing-people (people who are convinced hat physical reality is the only reality) can conceive. Or, as a friend said when I asked how are we going to defeat these people — juju. Non-physical, transcendent power.

When we have mastered the combined forces of juju and symphonic music, these thing-people cannot possibly defeat us.


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