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In an atmosphere of terrorism in France of the late 1960's and early 1970's, where even schools were being firebombed and associated internal social upheaval was violent and riotous, Philippe Sauvage began his 'semi-official' service to justice at the age of 17, (The Warshal, 11-5), by joining the highly sulfurous paramilitary 'Order Nouveau'. Distinguished by extreme sacrifice to his cause (Life and Justice), yet primarily due to the highly valuable powers of Subliminal Influence that he possesses, Philippe Sauvage then received appointment as the youngest police Lieutenant of his generation at the age of 21 (The Warshal, 11-7). His first assignment out of the police academy was "the Second Territorial Brigade of the Criminal Police ('Deuxieme Brigade Territoriale', 'Police Judiciaire', Paris 75018) which, transposed on the American psyche, would be something like some 'elite SWAT team' of the FBI or maybe the famous (and infamous) ... HRT." (The Warshal, 11-9)

      Order Nouveau & other "Paramilitaries": 1971 1975
      Police Lieutenant: Sept. 1975 December 1978

Based on his cultural initiation and experiences in law-enforcement and counter-terrorism, Philippe Sauvage is an 'ultra-legalist' and staunchly, inalterably believes that the end never justifies the means.

As Sun Tzu put it, "The consummate leader cultivates the moral law, and strictly adheres to method and discipline; thus it is in his power to control success."

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