I’ve been asked to expand more on a FABIAN STRATEGY for the right after putting up essay, “We all want a Caesar, but perhaps, we need a Fabius.” This essay makes the argument that while we all want a Caesar to come and throw thunderbolts at our enemies, what we really need is a Fabius. There is no one on our radar that we can say: “This man is a Caesar.” Our side has gotten soft, lost its edge. So called conservatives are little more than leftists of five years ago. Many are just trying to hold out for the fall in full belief that they will win against the enemy, the enemy whom holds the full might of the US military at its disposal. Now, there may be a contingent of veterans that can carve out a piece of the pie for themselves in such a scenario, but the vast majority will be crushed under the weight of globohomo, woefully unprepared.