Sunday, May 13, 2012
False Flags & The Hegelian Dialectic
Adolf Hitler burned his own Reichstag building in 1933 to blame on his political enemies. He would later declare that, “Terrorism is the best political weapon for nothing drives people harder than a fear of sudden death.” Hitler’s Nazi Reich Marshall and Luftwaffe Chief Hermann Goering is quoted as saying, “Naturally, the common people don't want war … But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.”
False-Flags are covert operations usually conducted by governments or corporations which are made to appear as though performed by another entity. For instance when Hitler burned his own Reichstag to blame on the communists, or when the USS Maine was blown-up to blame on Cuba/Spain. False-Flags are used disturbingly often and effectively through the implementation of the Hegelian Dialectic.
“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed and hence clamorous to be led to safety, by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.” -H.L. Mencken
“There is no excuse at this stage of American development for a posture of political innocence, including an unquestioning acceptance of the good faith of our government. After all, there has been a long history of manipulated public beliefs, especially in matters of war and peace. Historians are in increasing agreement that the facts were manipulated (1) in the explosion of the USS Maine to justify the start of the Spanish-American War (1898), (2) with respect to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to justify the previously unpopular entry into World War II. (3) in the Gulf of Tonkin incident of 1964, used by the White House to justify the dramatic extension of the Vietnam War to North Vietnam, and, most recently, (4) to portray Iraq as harboring a menacing arsenal of weaponry of mass destruction, in order to justify recourse to war in defiance of international law and the United Nations.” -Richard Falk, Forward – “The New Pearl Harbor”
Problem – Reaction – Solution
One of the methods used by the elite to incrementally implement their New World Order agenda is known as “Problem-Reaction-Solution” or the “Hegelian Dialectic” from the German philosopher.
“Hegel proposed that all spiritual, intellectual and historical development (whether negative or positive) progressed from the outcome of two opposing ideals. Thesis clashed with antithesis and this produced synthesis. The modern day application of the dialectic is used by the ruling elite to create mass groupthink that enables them to further their agenda without opposition. In its simplest form, it is brainwashing. In the past, the dialectic has been used to manufacture war. Both the Bolsheviks and the Nazis were funded and supported by the global elite. These two forces were then made to clash in order to foment the chaos of world war two. The widely used term amongst researchers today is ‘Problem-Reaction-Solution’ and the tactic is mainly used to oppress populations, advance the police state and further the geopolitical aims of the New World Order.” -Paul Joseph Watson, “Order Out of Chaos” (13)
First a problem is created and designed to elicit a certain reaction out of the public. Then the people demand something be done about the problem and willingly accept the pre-planned NWO solution; a solution that always involves actions or legislation that never would have passed under normal circumstances.
“It works like this – the manipulating body covertly creates a problem and then directs the media to incessantly focus on it without recourse. Remember, you only need to control the top of the pyramid – most media coverage is an exercise in regurgitating what the big newspapers and T.V. stations are reporting. The problem could be anything – a war, a financial collapse, a rash of child abductions, or a terrorist attack. The power of the media can create the false perception that a big problem exists, even if it doesn’t … Once you have created this problem you make sure that an individual, a group or an aspect of society is blamed. This then rallies the population behind the desperate lunge for a solution to the problem. ‘Something must be done!’ they cry in unison. The people that created the problem in the first place then come back in and offer the solution that the people demand. Remember – the people screaming for a solution do not know that the problem was artificially created in the first place. The solution to the problem is always a further curtailment of freedom and an advancement of one or more aspects of the New World Order agenda – whether that is geopolitical expansion, new laws or the implantation of new societal worldviews.” -Paul Joseph Watson, Order Out of Chaos (13)
“The Hegelian dialectic of problem-reaction-solution. Attack yourself, blame your enemies, and tell the public you can protect them if they give up their freedoms.” -Alex Jones, “911 Descent into Tyranny”
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