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Old 06-12-2008, 01:08 AM
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Question Divide and Rule

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Is that is, is tis in the oughts that brought thought.
Unity of knowledge is the subject heading reckoned.
Yet everywhere my beaming eye looks I see crooks.
Fences and offence in blame and praise in the nooks.
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Get a real job with more pay today you will be a ok.
Give and take so taker is giver is taker is giver day.
Gifted with spines holding heads up and tails down.
Guts in between present, past and future in a frown.
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Growth since Eden men blame women blame the devil.
Divided thus separated in fights living everyday is evil.
Divide and rule is when you set parties against others.
Then monitor internecine resentments the corrupters.
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Apperception is the study of one personal aim to target.
Atheist verses Theist which ones divided lest we forget.
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Originally Posted by wikipedia, Divide and Rule

1.6 India
In his historical survey Constantine's Sword, James P. Carroll writes,

"Typically, imperial powers depend on the inability of oppressed local populations to muster a unified resistance, and the most successful occupiers are skilled at exploiting the differences among the occupied. Certainly that was the story of the British Empire's success, and its legacy of nurtured local hatreds can be seen wherever the Union Flag flew, from Muslim-Hindu hatred in Pakistan and India, to Catholic-Protestant hatred in Ireland, to, yes, Jew-Arab, hatred in modern Israel. [Ancient] Rome was as good at encouraging internecine resentments among the occupied as Britain ever was." [2]
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