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  1. And so to understand. There doesn't seem to be any hidden meaning here. Don't become what you're fighting against. On the move, such an example came to mind. Racism. In America, for example, racial discrimination has existed for a very long time. Naturally, the black population was discriminated against. And you know, there was a mirror image of it – black racism. In general, the same eggs, only in profile. Or here is an example: fascists are anti-fascists. Both of them arrange skirmishes, fights, and pogroms…

    Good luck, and don't become a monster))).

  2. How to win?

    There is no definitive answer to this question. However, most people tend to believe that without enough knowledge about the opponent, victory is impossible. So, a politician before a debate carefully studies the activities of the person with whom he has to discuss, a football team before an important game spends a lot of time watching various videos with the participation of an opponent, in order to learn as much as possible about him.

    While studying the one who is going to fight, we accidentally, and sometimes specifically, adopt his tactics, his way of fighting. This behavior certainly helps us. For “we beat the enemy with his own weapon” is not empty words, but, indeed, valuable advice. For example, IT companies always try to adopt the latest technologies of their competitors, which helps them stay afloat, offering consumers the best. In tennis, too: you can't win without a symmetrical response. Every tennis player does not forget that a stronger shot should be answered with an even stronger one.�

    Often, to successfully fight someone, you need to learn the best skills of the opponent without which victory is impossible…

    P.S. Don't forget that not only are we fighting the monster, but the monster is also fighting us. =)

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