The Enemy and How I Helped to Fight It

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Abstract

A member of the terrorist organisation “The Organisation” gets up in the morning, goes to his post, and quits. But before he leaves, he makes a suggestion that makes his former comrades fight each other to death. Join the now ex‐Member of the Organisation as he embarks on an ego trip, where he tries to prove that A can in fact be not‐A, whether or not Aristotle would agree.

“The Enemy and How I Helped to Fight It” is a political satire, but one that is universal in its message, and touches on many aspects of politics, logic and Objectivist philosophy.


Table of Contents

Political Background to the Story
1. Gone Without a Trace
2. The Terrorist that Returned from the Cold
3. Crying Wolf.
4. An Encounter with the Shield of Democracy
5. A Star is Born. Maybe.
6. To the Lion’s Den
7. Interviewing with the Enemy
8. With Enemies Like This, Who Needs Friends?
9. The Return Home
10. Epilogue
A. About the Author
B. Acknowledgements