“These two sentences, ‘Fight the fight that fits one’s weapons” and ‘Build the weapons that fit the fight’ show the clear demarcation line between traditional warfare and future warfare, as well as pointing out the relationship between weapons and taxes and the two kinds of wars…”

“These two sentences, ‘Fight the fight that fits one’s weapons’ and ‘Build the weapons that fit the fight” show the clear demarcation line between traditional warfare and future warfare, as well as pointing out the relationship between weapons and taxes and the two kinds of wars. The former reflects the involuntary or passive adaptation of the relationship of man to weapons and tactics in war which take place under natural conditions, while the latter suggests the conscious or active choice that people make regarding the same proposition when they have entered a free state.”

From:

Book: Unrestricted Warfare: China’s Master Plan to Destroy America