The Hegelian Dialectic. The art of problem, reaction, solution. This is something I make a point to show my children every chance I get. And there are a LOT of chances, because it is everywhere and being used by both corporations and governments alike world wide. Problem: pee too much; solution: we got a drug for that. Problem: pee too little; solution: whatta you know, we have a drug for that also. Got a terrorist problem? Solution: well we have a fantastic document ( written in 1993. Chew on THAT for a while ) that will take away every God given right you have ( and as a bonus to the elites, obliterates our constitution and bill of rights ). And just to confuse the f*#@ out of you, we’ll call it the Patriot Act. Problem: whoops, we accidentally ( on purpose ) let too many illegals wander willy nilly across the border, solution: why we’ll fix that by just giving them ( and practically every relative they have still in Mexico ) amnesty. See, problem solved! If all this wasn’t such serious shit, it’d be funny. And I’m sure you are all smart enough that I don’t need to tell you that your part is the reaction to these “problems”.
There are so many examples of ways in which this form of mind control being utilized, I couldn’t possibly go through them all, but here are just a few examples:
In 1998 at the U.N. General Assembly, Mikhail Gorbachev stated that “The threat of environmental crisis will be the international disaster key that will unlock the New World Order”.
Declassified documents of the Banff Canada meeting in 2006, states “We will use border crises ( my emphasis ) to merge Mexico and Canada with US to create a unified security perimeter around the North American continent ( read: North American Union ).
( This is a British Columbia Civil Liberties Association government job posting found on their own website looking for Senior Civil Servants ) This is what is stated in the “Characteristics/Behaviours” section of the role profile: “Executives anticipate, and are prepared to institute change quickly. At times, to capitalize on the best opportunity, executives create a crisis ( my emphasis ) to force change.”
If you are interested in doing some research into the Hegelian Dialectic, this a great place to start: http://nord.twu.net/acl/dialectic.html