Μεταgrammar

The nonfiction of war on War (Interepublic & Democorporation and the liberation of knowledge) and the fiction of war on War (the proof of a loving world and The Future Retaliation) come together in a metaphor about the power of metaphor

To bridge reality and fantasy, this metaphor for existence shows how the conflict behind war on War is reflected in humanity:

Everything lies between something and nothing, their battle decides what exists.

In humanity they fight as love, unity & knowledge, as what’s beautiful in humanity, and they stand against hate, greed & ignorance, the worst of us. Is there doubt which side drew the map of our world?

In abstract, ignorance knows nothing, greed works for others to have nothing, hate sees others as if they are nothing. This is how people help nothing impact our world, and when it’s combined into one, it becomes the worst of humanity: war itself, legitimized violence, theft, and murder

So why don’t we have something to embody humanity’s knowledge, unity, and love, the best of us, like we have war to embody the worst? These ideals are what bring people together. Why is it so hard to make our world reflect that reality?

In terms a child understands, the Μεταgrammar explains how we confront and overcome war itself:

1: The goal is the “liberation of knowledge”, so it is free from the rich (and their greed) and independent from politicians (and their hate)

2: Interepublic & Democorporation work in unity to unite the people, a social network to support our experts, universities, research, education, the commonwealth of knowledge

3: The war on War ties everything together as a metaphor to measure the love in the world, as opposition to its hate, greed and ignorance

You would think it would be easy to form this alliance, since love, unity and knowledge describe ways people come together anyway. The fact that it’s so difficult is either hugely suspicious or equally worrying. And there is only one way to find out what’s taking so long

If the goal captures knowledge, and the groups capture unity, and the story captures love, then the metaphor for the war on War is complete. These ideals reach reality, and we finally find the answer to the question of humanity…