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Problem, Reaction, Solution

December 18, 2011

Manipulate “customer” reaction by creating a perceived problem, perhaps by leaking stories to the press e.g.: Iraq WMD, Terrorist threat, Global Warming.

Your “customer” obviously is concerned by this apparent turn of events and demands help and protection.

Eh Voila, you come up with the solution to save the day, the same “solution” that you would never have been able to sell before making the customer worried e.g.: 5 years of Iraq war; an endless war on a noun (terror); and people for the first time being willing to pay more taxes and cut back on their consumption to “save the world” all under a false pretext (Problem, Reaction, Solution).

fabricated attacks – “…A brief look at history teaches us that governments have always used Problem-Reaction-Solution to increase their size, power and control, often in the form of false-flag attacks. The most popular type of false-flag attack is where a government carries out an attack, such as a terrorist attack, against it’s own people, then blames it on a foreign enemy. The public demands the government take action against the apparent perpetrator, and the government willingly obliges by starting a war against their chosen enemy. Alternatively, a domestic enemy can be blamed and the public will accept a police state, told that it will be the solution to the problem and similar attacks will not occur again. Sometimes, a government need not carry out the attack itself. It can provoke and then facilitate an attack carried out by a real enemy, so that it can then justify a declaration of war on the basis that the enemy fired the first shot. There are even instances where there was no attack at all. These are known as fabricated attacks. The truth is concealed from the public, and only emerges years or decades later…” (Problem-Reaction-Solution)

mandate to do something – “…When the population is properly conditioned, the desired agenda of the ruling elite is presented as the solution. The solution isn’t intended to solve the problem, but rather to serve as the basis for a new problem or exacerbate the existing one. When the newly inflamed difficulty reaches the boiling point of a crisis, it becomes the foundation upon which arguments may again be made for change. Hence, the process is repeated, over and over, moving society toward whatever end the planners have in mind. It’s also important to understand that as this process is being driven, arguments are created both for and against certain measures of change. All arguments are controlled. The presented solutions — each with varying levels of unadornment — are “debated” publicly by the manipulators or their minions. This is done until a perceived compromise has been reached on the best measure to take in route to solving the crisis. Then, the outcome of the “debate” — which purportedly weighs the concerns of the public with the mandate to do something — is enacted as public policy…” (Hegelian Dialectic)

possibility of spreading yellow fever and plague with insects – “…At present, there is little evidence the virus was created in a U.S. lab and deliberately unleashed on an unsuspecting Mexican public. However, there is plenty of evidence the U.S. military and the CIA have used biological agents in the past, including “tests” on the American people. “More than 200 experiments were carried out in U.S. rural areas to test the spread of non-lethal germs,” writes Joe Allen. “These tests were also carried out in San Francisco in 1950 and in New York in 1966. While the cover for these tests was to study a ‘defense’ against biochemical warfare, U.S. war planners wanted this knowledge for offensive use against an enemy population,” for instance livestock and people in Cuba, as mentioned above. At the height of Cold War insanity, the U.S. government gave a free hand for its scientists to experiment on anything that could possibly further its military prowess. The CIA experimented with LSD for “mind control.” At Fort Detrick, scientists studied the possibility of spreading yellow fever and plague with insects. Anti-crop bombs were built for the United States Air Force to be used in the Third World. It appears this insanity did not stop with the Cold War. Last week, the Frederick News Post reported Army criminal investigators are looking into the possibility that disease samples are missing from biolabs at Fort Detrick. Finally, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen has reported that “a top scientist for the United Nations, who has examined the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, as well as HIV/AIDS victims, [and] concluded that H1N1 possesses certain transmission ‘vectors’ that suggest that the new flu strain has been genetically-manufactured as a military biological warfare weapon. The UN expert believes that Ebola, HIV/AIDS, and the current A-H1N1 swine flu virus are biological warfare agents…” (Problem, Reaction, Solution = Swine Flu?)

unsurpassed array of weaponry and powers – “…If today’s arrangements had been in place back then, the whole affair would have been settled quickly with little or no collateral damage. Lack of the right tools has provided the Bank with a handy excuse for many of its supposed failings. There will be no such defence next time. The Bank is being equipped with an unsurpassed array of weaponry and powers. The worry is rather about how it might choose to use them. Thus far, the Bank has studiously avoided any contrition. Given the limitations, the Bank claims, it managed to navigate the financial crisis as well as could be expected. Up to a point, this is true. One thing the crisis has done is cruelly expose the limitations of inflation targeting, for long considered the only thing you really needed to worry about in macroeconomic management. It turned out to be a lot more complicated than that. Financial and fiscal stability have proved just as important as price stability, if not more so. Yet the reality is that the Bank hasn’t even succeeded on the narrow objective of meeting the inflation target. For much of the past three years, inflation has been well above the 2pc target, unlike Europe and the US, where prices have remained broadly stable…” (Problem, Reaction, Solution: The Rothschild’s Bank of England to Control Britain!)


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