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DEATH-GROUND STRATEGY | 33 STRATEGIES OF WAR BY ROBERT GREENE | ANIMATED BOOK SUMMARY

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John Hunter (2 months ago)
It's a simple military principle: kill or be killed.
Asad Ali (2 months ago)
Make other parts plsss
E Mendoza (7 months ago)
Cortez did not conquer the Aztec with 500 soldiers.they allayed with other native American tribes and plague help conquered the Aztecs
carnage6ar (7 months ago)
I plan to take over Mexico in this manor hahaha
Haus (8 months ago)
Lifestyle
B Smoove (11 months ago)
Can you do more videos on The 33 Strategies of War. I watch your videos everyday and would like more on this area of study
illacertus (11 months ago)
Absolutely.
I I (11 months ago)
Hey bro last time I asked you to do on the strawman and the ucc1-308
Hunter Killer (1 year ago)
At 0:27 isn't the quote like this "The man who has NOTHING to lose is the most dangerous of all"?
Danny Rivers (7 months ago)
Hunter Killer I think what you're saying is very different. It's the threat of losing everything that makes them dangerous and you don't want to put the enemy in that state. Fighting for everything and failure meaning losing it all, is what makes them dangerous. Fighting to save your family and failure to win means they all die vs they're already dead. Those two different facts for the same person could have completely different outcomes. With a man's family already dead being victorious could easily not be the only thing this man is thinking. He could easily be thinking Maybe take out as many as I can on my way out since my family is unrecoverable. But a man's family alive and being victorious, as in saving your family staying alive yourself and victorious, is most likely his thought process. So more focused on staying alive means more focus on how to fight and not for die yourself. "The man with nothing to lose is the most unstable of them all". I think that's really how's yours should read. Sorry if that turned into rambling. Let me know what you think! Thanks.
Kasra Khorramnezhad (1 year ago)
well done sir well done
Parker Senecal (1 year ago)
This is similar to the Art of War. I would suggest you make videos on that to.
Romeo Whiskey (1 year ago)
I think of the last statement as : Always give your enemies the APPEARANCE of a line of retreat ... even if it is not true ... and you plan to crush them completely. If you cannot convince them that they are winning , right up to the moment that you destroy them , then convince them that they have a viable means of escape ... and then destroy them piecemeal as they pursue it , rather than making a stubborn , costly , final stand against you .
Shadley Wagner (1 year ago)
Thanks for this animated book summary!
Mike Romeo (1 year ago)
I like the books and your videos. Well done sir. Fine job.
Marles Barkley (1 year ago)
great video, thank you
Sally Morn (1 year ago)
I read this book when I was 12 and it shaped my life. I was confused for a long time, to who was the enemy, and did I really need to act this way? But I found balance, I read the book and I took in all the knowledge the it had to offer. And with this realization, I can live a much more fulfilling life, from being able to predict actions and emotions accordingly from my peers and enemies, to being able to regulate thought and emotion more logically, big picture, and to really be careful who I call friend and enemy. Edit: and pick and choose battles.
Erlyt Rotaerc (1 year ago)
Cortez was a fucking badass, Jesus Christ, slaughtering all those dudes
LG280 Lg280 (11 months ago)
He usted a very large forces ir natives who hated the aztecs
Chris Mitchell (1 year ago)
these videos make me wanna change my life thanks
Noah Stoddard (1 year ago)
great video as always keep up the excellent work.
F Sims (1 year ago)
I wish I had discovered your videos earlier. I love your videos! They clarify so many topics and strategies that I try to use in everyday life. I am also a student of the "The Art of War" by Sun-Tzu and "The Prince" by Machiavelli. Do not apologize for accent. I can understand you quite well and it makes you unique.The accent also adds an authoritative quality to your videos like an old wise teacher giving advice to his pupils in a monastery or in ancient Greece.
Scorpion Jones (1 year ago)
33 thousand subs how ironic
nickthesick (1 year ago)
yo illacertus when u gonna finish this series..i read this book and it has made me extremely shrewd haha i kno it could help others as well..keep up the good work homie
Vlad the Inhaler (2 years ago)
Crush your enemies, see them driven before you, hear the lamentation of thier women.
bruno581 (3 months ago)
Conan
Infinite (8 months ago)
Vlad the Inhaler LOL cute edge lord.
illacertus (1 year ago)
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Fresco David (2 years ago)
Thank you for this video. It seems to me that warfare can occur in every situation. This principles can be apply, even in our personal life to achieve what we really want in life. I appreciate your work and I hope you will do more great work next time.
illacertus (2 years ago)
You're absolutely right. These laws / strategies / tactics are universally applicable. Thanks, David!
RIX Center (2 years ago)
We really appreciate your videos. Please keep making videos of this book Illacertus. - Subscribers
Antonio Richardson (2 years ago)
please keep more of this knowledge coming. and fuck all those who hate on you
vilajnenbrov (2 years ago)
That' really good. Gotta love this guy. Cant wait until more of these from 33 SOW. Im just wondering - do you really follow these things that Rob Greene writes about?
A Man's History (2 years ago)
MAAAAN!! your videos are awesome, is that you speaking btw? just curious.
illacertus (2 years ago)
Thanks man! Yes, it's my voice, my animation, my script & so on.
Jack Orwell (2 years ago)
Welcome back my brother I hope you'll keep these video's coming they're amazing!
lil2ray21 (2 years ago)
We need full series again Illacertus, where they at thooo?
c00lbandit1 (2 years ago)
Glad to have a video from you. I've been hungry for knowledge.
sp1nny (2 years ago)
Good to see that you are back! Keep up the good work.
Jake Sainsbury (2 years ago)
glad to see you back love your videos man
Siim Land (2 years ago)
Even though Cortez was a villain I still love his achievement and consider him and the brave conquistadors a role model.
Siim Land (2 years ago)
But I've read the account of one of the conquistadors, Bernal Diaz, and the writings of de Las Casas as well. The conquistadors were simply out there to get gold and didn't shy away from anything to get it. Of course, the Aztec weren't innocent either. Human sacrifices, killing the Spanish, enslaving other tribes etc. etc. Playing by the rules of others doesn't mean that there isn't a better way of doing things :D
Siim Land (2 years ago)
Yes, good points.
illacertus (2 years ago)
I believe it was less than one million deaths. Either way, it seems like a monstrous massacre to us nowadays. It's a very interesting point of debate when you look at history. When historians paint a dark picture of, say, Alexander the Great for all the death that came with his actions, but then we also consider that different standards existed back then. He was playing the same game everybody else was playing. Is he the villain, because he was winning it? When we look at Aristotle, one of the most interesting philosophers, no doubt a wise man, but still in favor of slavery. History isn't black and white. That being said I share your empathetic sentiment.
Siim Land (2 years ago)
Because he paved his road to success with the death of millions of people. Of course, nothing is either good or bad, but still...
illacertus (2 years ago)
Although I agree, I'd like to know more about your thought on him being a villain. A villain by today's standards? Like an Adolf Hitler? Because he was responsible for the downfall of the Aztec empire?
Cosimo Marraffa (2 years ago)
;)
S1Bb0rn (2 years ago)
Great to see you back with a new video!
Stefan Pejoski (2 years ago)
great video, its made me rethink in pisitive terms. live for your dreamd brother
Stephen ONeill (2 years ago)
So glad to see that you are back
illacertus (2 years ago)
Too late to stop now, Stephen.
Pantokrator (2 years ago)
Are you skipping some of strategies of war?
afnan azfar (2 years ago)
where is 2 &3 ?
GuNNs0fCyDoniA (2 years ago)
Absolutely love your video's.
illacertus (2 years ago)
It means a lot! Thanks.
Francisco Vida (2 years ago)
Mental Gold Nuggets. Bar of gold more like, thank you.
TheZincShow (2 years ago)
So your not going in order with the book this time??
illacertus (2 years ago)
I'm not for now.
Jonathan Padron (2 years ago)
Loved it! Another great one. Welcome back!
Tsogtbayar Davaadorj (2 years ago)
Finally the wait is over!
Annony Mous (2 years ago)
Mongol hun tuujiin xxa
illacertus (2 years ago)
Highly appreciated.
illacertus (1 year ago)
Hey you, I truly appreciate the patience. Hopefully you find this video suspenseful / meaningful. Thanks! If you care follow me on Twitter (https://twitter.com/illacertus) for updates, notifications and other publications. - illacertus *Keys to Warfare* - Run with Plan A until the end. There is no Plan B. - There's no such thing as perfect preparation. - You learn to fly, while falling towards the ground. - Make no mistake, it's you against the whole world. - Patience and tranquility will lead to your demise. - Never forget, there's dire consequences in case of failure.
King Jay (2 years ago)
thank you

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