retour! You wrote:"As far as the other things, you should know the drill: we're at war and in war you fight. Right? Important people don't take vacations."
YOU ARE WRONG! If you study military science you would see that war exhaustion is an important subject, and how to avoid it. It is the ABC of elementary military tactics WHILE AT WAR to never overuse your troops, MORE THAT SHORT PERIODS OF TIME! And I am talking about short periods of perhaps some months.
If the troops are forced to fight for days and days without rest war exhaustion occur and the troops fight less efficient.
This is why a GOOD general always keeps some brigades or batallions behind the front RESTING so that they can replace the troops that are under constant fire and let them rest!
I know how it was during my time in the organization and how the american policy of "deployments" and "organizing" seven days (or six and a half days) a week was justified by the talk that "we are in war". For heavens sake, we all knew in reality that laborintensive work seven days a week is lousy economics, (right!) so the only argument left is the warfare argument!
But as can be easily proven, that is a flawed and dangerous argument!
And one which proves the fascist nature of the LaRouchian laborintensive dogma. Look at Mussolini and you will soon see that he talked about the need to let the society be in a state of constant warmobilization and war. This, in order to control them!
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