OFFICE OF SPECIAL AFFAIRS
1 September 2006
OSA Network Order No. 101
(Excerpted from a briefing of 25 July 1975.)
You always make an enemy make mistakes. One of the ways you do it is hit his morale, unstabilize him, make him frantic. And at that moment he will start to make mistakes. And then you just mop him up. That is a method of prosecuting a war.
Particularly with an overwhelmingly huge enemy.
L. RON HUBBARD