Thread: Problem-Reaction-Solution (PRS)

1) In my thread Globalist Organizations (Part 1), I indicated that a so-called “globalist” revolution was occurring over the past few decades and accelerating in recent years.
2) In Globalist Organizations (Part 2), I described the financial structure that underlies this globalist, or New World Order (NWO), revolution.
3) Author H.G. Wells, in his book “New World Order,” indicated that in order for this globalist revolution to take place, conditions of “discomfort and resentment” would have to occur.
4) Politicians need to utilize crises in order to cultivate such conditions of “discomfort and resentment” among the population. Their primary model for doing so is Problem-Reaction-Solution (PRS), also known as Ordo Ab Chao (Order out of Chaos), or the Hegelian Dialectic.
5) Without the use of such crises, politicians will lack the motivation to create large-scale structural changes. Politicians in positions of great legislative power are corrupt and blackmailed to such a degree where they are motivated to repeatedly create these crises.
6) Futurist and author Alvin Toffler indicates, “By seducing or terrorizing the population, it becomes possible to persuade one’s subjects that the existing power system is not only inevitable and permanent, but morally right and proper, if not actually divine.”
7) Various governments, groups, and individuals have been utilizing PRS for thousands of years; this is a historical fact.
8) Take one hypothetical example: Country A desires the natural resources of Country B. Country A’s leadership demonstrates through its media that Country B is responsible for a terrorist attack against its civilian population.
9) Since the population of Country A feels traumatized and victimized by the terrorist attack wrongly attributed to Country B, it will demand some form of justice.
10) In the year 64 A.D., a fire broke out in Rome, burning for a total of nine days. It ended up destroying two-thirds of the city. Many believe this fire was deliberately started by a Roman Emperor named Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus.
11) Nero had earlier petitioned the Senate to demolish one-third of Rome so that they could build a lake and a series of villas, which he called Neropolis. However, the Senate refused his request.
12) Shortly after Nero’s petition to the Senate, a large fire spread across Rome; Nero allegedly directed groups of citizens to stop anyone from putting the fire out by threatening them with torture.
13) In order to shift the blame from himself, Nero blamed groups of Christians—whom he “habitually tortured and fed to lions,” according to author Mark M. Rich. 
14) Nero essentially created this crisis as an excuse to build his proposed Neropolis. This is one of the earliest known examples of PRS.
15) Germany’s version of congress or parliament used to be known as the Reichstag.
16) On February 27, 1933, the Reichstag building was set on fire. Initially, the fire was blamed on a man named Marinus van der Lubbe; however, later it was learned that the fire was set with the cooperation of the German government.
17) One month after the incident, the Reichstag passed “The Enabling Act,” which was also known as the “Law to Remedy the Distress of the People and the Nation.” This law essentially enabled Adolf Hitler to assume dictatorial powers.
18) The Enabling Act removed the Reichstag’s role in legislation and suspended most civil liberties defined in the German Constitution, allowing the Nazis to create a legal dictatorship.
19) In 1962, the US Department of Defense (DoD) hatched Operation Northwoods, a plan to generate public support for invading Cuba by staging acts of simulated or real terrorism in the US and blaming them on the Cuban government.
20) Mark M. Rich indicates that the plan included “state-sponsored acts of terrorism having real casualties.” 
21) As announced by ABC News in May of 2001, “America’s top military leaders reportedly drafted plans to kill innocent people and commit acts of terrorism in US cities to create public support for a war against Cuba.”
22) The plan included the following:
–Sinking Cuban refugee boats
–Hijacking planes
–Detonating a US ship
–Committing terrorist acts in Washington, D.C., Miami, and other major US cities
23) Before the plan was presented to President John F. Kennedy, it was approved by every single member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
24) The leader of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Lyman L. Lemnitzer of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), gave the plan to President Kennedy. However, Kennedy personally rejected the proposal.
25) The World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference of 1999 occurred at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle, Washington, from November 30 to December 4.
26) A series of controversial protests surrounding this convention, also known as the Battle of Seattle, took place outside the building and surrounding hotels. With over 40,000 protesters, the demonstrations formed the largest anti-globalization protest in US history.
27) However, the protests were marred by a group known as the black bloc, which Mark M. Rich defines as “a collection of affinity groups that assemble during anti-globalization and anti-corporate protests…”
28) “…They wear black clothing and masks to conceal their identities. They routinely vandalize property, assault police, riot, and instigate fights.” 
29) The black bloc, which was obviously funded and run by the government itself, caused numerous riots. The chaos instigated by the black bloc during the 1999 Seattle protests was one of the primary reasons for the creation of free speech zones.

30) A series of apartment bombings erupted in Russia in September 1999, lasting about two weeks and killing almost 300 people. The official story from Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Federal Security Service (FSB) indicated that Chechen terrorists were responsible.
31) Many researchers concluded that these highly suspicious bombings were false flag operations conducted by the FSB as an excuse to bring Vladimir Putin to power so that he could resume military activities in Chechnya.
32) A group of citizens who were unsatisfied with the official report formed their own private committee to investigate the bombings. However, the committee was disbanded after several deaths ensued. There were no more investigations after this.
33) Putin was the former head of the FSB and held the position of Prime Minister prior to the bombings. After blaming Chechen rebels for the attacks, he proceeded to launch a military invasion into Chechnya. He also subsequently won the presidential election in 2000.
34) The Oklahoma City Bombing was a domestic terrorist attack involving the destruction of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, on April 19, 1995. At least 168 people were killed, along with 680 injured. More than one-third of the building was destroyed.
35) Initially, the attack was blamed on extremists and attributed to a single 1,200 lbs ammonium nitrate/fuel oil (ANFO) bomb placed in the building.
36) A few mainstream media news sources that received their information from federal, state, and local officials arrived on the scene. They reported that two more high-tech, unexploded bombs were found in the building.
37) These reports were consistent with the DoD, FEMA, US Forces Command, and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
38) However, shortly thereafter the original story began changing significantly. The FBI indicated that the size of the bomb was actually 4,000 lbs. Then federal officials stated that the explosion originated from a car parked in front of the building.
39) Allegedly, the ANFO bomb was inside the car. Then the story changed further, with the car becoming a truck and the size of the bomb increasing to 4,800 lbs. These are obviously huge red flags surrounding the official narrative.
40) The debris was hauled away immediately, making an independent investigation difficult. However, there were independent studies conducted by engineers, explosives experts, and military analysts. They concluded that the government’s story was “technically impossible.”
41) In fact, the former head of the Los Angeles FBI office, Ted L. Gunderson, claimed that the damage definitely did not result from a single ANFO car bomb, but rather a high-tech military bomb designed by people with access to classified information.
42) It is also worth noting that multiple employees of the courthouse next door reported a bomb squad van in the vicinity as early as 7:30am. They claimed that the occupants of the van were wearing dark shirts with “Bomb Squad” in white-silver lettering.
43) Other witnesses reported hearing more than one explosion. The FBI predictably refused to interview these types of witnesses. Why? Well, because the disgustingly corrupt organization was obviously in on it. Why else?
44) Furthermore, the Oklahoma Daily Gazette acquired hotel receipts confirming that the head of the FBI Anti-Terrorism Task Force, Danny Coulson, checked into an Embassy Suites hotel in Oklahoma City nine hours before the blast—at 12:20am in the morning.

What a surprise.
45) The fall guy for the terrorist attack quickly became a man named Timothy McVeigh, who was conveniently stopped by an Oklahoma Highway Patrolman within 90 minutes of the explosion for driving without a license plate. He was arrested for illegal weapons possession.
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