The Flag

A General on a mission is called a flag-general. In today’s world, of video games and simulations, it is important for a flag-general, especially with a Red team under his/her flag, to understand not just when he loses, but that when he wins is also an important event to note.

Because it is harder to prove a negative than a positive, the flag-general may not remember whose side he is on, and, because all flag-generals are winners, it is doubly hard to prove, by their Red team, that they are losers.

As an example, if you are a flag-general and just bought a house and,  if you are on your hands and knees, crawling around under that house looking for only God  knows what, then, perhaps, you haven’t really won.

If this is true that you didn’t actually win, it is because you didn’t know your enemy. The reason you didn’t know your enemy is because the Red team hid the enemy from you. That is what Red teams do, they hide things from you.

But what we do know is that a flag-general would do only what his God knows, to complete his mission. This is because his God is under his flag, and, of course, because the reverse of that is true, they are both positives.

One thought on “The Flag

  1. Reblogged this on The Image and commented:

    OK, the person crawling around under my mother-in-law’s old house isn’t a flag-general; he should be.

    I mean if there ever came a time (generation) when a flag-general would be needing this house and it wasn’t available, he/she would take it.

    So, let’s say that there is only so much time allotted before the Flag will be needing this house, so let’s see if it is still there when he/she needs it. I think it will be, but what do I know?

    What happens in the mean time depends on the mission, as well as the Flag that will be needing this house to complete this mission.

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