Anthony Judge: Dying to Live, Living to Die, Lying to Live, and Living a Lie

Cultural Intelligence, Peace Intelligence
Anthony Judge
Anthony Judge

Dying to Live, Living to Die, Lying to Live, and Living a Lie

Whether or not the play on words is trivial, there is also a case for exploring the slogan by which American foreign policy might well be framed by critics, namely “Saving American Lies”. This too appears to be interpreted with the qualifier “at all costs” — irrespective of the deaths that might ensue, whatever form these might take. A notable preoccupation with preserving this illusion is acclaimed as vital to American national security.

Introduction
Saving American Lives as unquestionable justification for violence and fatality
Saving American Souls?
American Lies?
Tridimensional dynamic framing: living, dyeing/lying, dying?
Saving American Lies — as “Saving the Colours” and “Defending the Flag”?
Fourfold adaptive cycle engendering 8-fold and 12-fold patterns
Salvation enabled by systemic comprehension via aesthetics of magic squares?
“Magic” and “auspiciousness” framed by ambiguity of the swastika
Integrative relevance of magical globality in 3D and 4D
Implicitly preferred patterns of global governance
Originating central locus of any “Big Lie”, colourful tales, or fluid creativity
Transformation pathways and “snakes and ladders”
Saving an American — a sole footprint in the sands of global dominance?
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