by William Blum
15 April, 2010
Produced and directed by Charle Mauch and William Blum.
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Excellent. Yes we should report this cyber-teacher to the authorities indeed! Maybe authorities will finally learn something. The videogame animation prequels a necessary 4D interactive version.
Playstation should write an educational US foreign policy military deployment videowargame that pops up historical fact in real-time at every proposed policy move, citing historical consequences of similar moves as they actually turned out in the past, a tool to avoid repeating the disasters of all these deployments (since memory seems to fail us, we seem destined to perpetually repeat the past).
A player could input alternate strategies and the game would respond with pop-up balloons detailing intelligent projections based in past fact. Perhaps it could help select logical alternate histories had things been done differently. (Go ahead, Xbox, patent this, I won’t demand a commission!)
Perhaps such a game-theory program could ultimately aid in planning, so officials could sample in an unemotional, logical way, the likely outcome of a proposed deployment based in history for similar foreign policies, whus propely informing the proposed deployment under consideration.
At least it could reference every detail of past consequences for similar deployments so we might be perfectly, publically clear about past consequences for similar decisions. We certainly have enough past data about deployments and their consistent consequences to advise a rational decision going forward.
Disastrous foreign military policy has by now repeated itself so consistently for so many decades that we likely need the aid of such a technological tool to wiki the likely consequences.
Challenge Zbig, Kissinger & Chainey to replay their past policies with Blum’s historical footnotes popping at every proposed geopolitical move. We urgently need to resample their US foreign military policy vs. the claimed imperatives, as must now Oboma.