Have you noticed how we seem to be moving from crisis to crisis? With each one comes dictatorial-like powers that present themselves with a promise from the government that their solutions are good for your protection and safety.
Is it possible that these various crises are actually false flags that are really about control?
Joining Jim to answer that question was William Federer. William is a nationally known speaker, historian, author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc. He’s the speaker on The American Minute daily broadcast. He has authored numerous books including, America’s God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations, Who is the King in America?, and Socialism: The Real History From Plato to the Present. It has the subtitle, How the Deep State Capitalizes on Crises to Consolidate Control.
What is the concept of false flags operations? It’s the staging of an event against an innocent party and the first quarter hour of the broadcast looked at this phenomenon as William took listeners through history with various examples.
Another key aspect of discussion concerned Machiavellianism. This is when an individual or group creates or capitalizes on a crisis in order to consolidate control.
Then there’s the Hegelian dialectic. It’s a triangle where you have a thesis, the opposite corner is an anti-thesis, and the top corner is a synthesis. The thesis is the starting point where everyone’s getting along. Next, someone creates the anti-thesis (the crisis) to begin discord. As panic and fear sets in, people become willing to forgo certain freedoms to settle for a synthesis that’s only half as bad as the discord. That becomes the new starting point. Each time this cycle occurs, small amounts of liberty and freedom are eroded with more power given to the state who was the group claiming to have the solutions in the first place.
Along these same lines there’s Critical Theory. This involves looking at the various economic, religious and racial groups and labeling some as victims and others as oppressors in order to pit them against each other. Once they’re fighting, people panic and some group or individual usurps power. Under Communism, the original use of this was to pit the proletariat against the bourgeoisie or the working class vs. business owners. Eventually it became the poor against the rich and then blacks vs. whites, Catholics vs. Protestants or Muslims vs. Christians. In the end, this theory is basically about introducing an autoimmune disease to the body politic.
President Lincoln recognized this problem when he talked about how a house divided against itself cannot stand. Here he was referring to Mark 3:24 where Jesus noted that if a kingdom is divided against itself, it cannot stand.
Fast forward many decades later and we have a man named Saul Alinsky. He communicated that the first step in community organization is community disorganization, rubbing raw the resentments of the people within the community.
Are you beginning to see a historic pattern here? There’s more to this as William also discusses the concept called “gaslighting.” As you learn the rest, you’ll see the connection to false flags and the consolidation of control as forces worldwide seek to take us from bottom up government to top down government. It’s all part of what’s called the Great Reset. Hear it all when you review this edition of Crosstalk.
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