“One thing leads to another,” goes the old saying. We’ve all heard it before, and it invariably rings true. This is an obvious truth that is directly observable and requires no special understanding to grasp—and yet this simple phrase holds secrets of its own.
While researching for this report, I was immersing myself in Hegelian Dialectics. As noted yesterday, this method of thinking is a tool that has been in use for hundreds of years. Indeed, the systematic destruction of American culture has been achieved via the dialectic dismantling of our once shared values. Those who understand the dialectical process have a great advantage over the average citizen who is none the wiser to how it works. Hence the need to immerse myself and learn.
While I was studying the ABCs of this process and learning how the Thesis—Anti-Thesis—Synthesis framework leads to sublation (which catalyzes a progressive shift in perspective that gives rise to cultural revolution), I stumbled onto some crazy revelations. Indeed, without expecting it, the study of dialectics led me directly to eugenics, deep state shenanigans, depopulation, and the commie cabal.
All over a few cups of coffee.
Before we dive in, let me just briefly sketch the connections:
Hegel is falsely credited with creating the dialectic process. It turns out that Johann Gottlieb Fichte was also the originator of the thesis–antithesis–synthesis model. He was known to be a Free Mason and later became the father of German Nationalism—also known as Nazism, fascism, or the Third Way.
Because dialectics pits opposites against each other to transcend toward new understanding and new truths, the Third Way is often considered a centrist political position that takes the best of Left and Right ideologies. This “new political synthesis” is dubbed communitarianism—which explicitly aims to exploit dissatisfaction and crisis to create radical social transformation.
Digging into this strategy, which sounds remarkably similar to Communism, led directly to Julian Huxley’s plan for “global education” via “the delicate task of helping [people] become dissatisfied.” Julian Huxley was the first Director-General of UNESCO, founding member of the World Wildlife Fund, and the president of the British Eugenics Society.
It’s both shocking / not surprising the UNESCO was originally organized and ran by a radical environmentalist and outright eugenicist. Huxley’s 1946 report, UNESCO: It’s Purpose And Philosophy, states explicitly that “the world today is in the process of becoming one,” and UNESCO exists to assist in the “speedy and satisfactory realization of this process.”
Along with the proliferation of mass communication and propaganda, since inception UNESCO has worked closely with other UN bodies such as the Food & Agriculture Organization. The FAO also serves to “help the emergence of a single world culture,” by controlling the food supply to create behavioral change.
All of this should sound strangely familiar and raise some disturbing concerns.
Working backwards to connect the dots, Catherine Bertini, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, when talking about controlling the food supply with a bunch of global Communists in Beijing, said the quiet part out loud:
“Yes, it’s bribery. We don't apologize for that. We are changing behaviour … and that is all that counts. Each small change in behaviour will one day pay off in a change in attitude.”
We’ve talked a lot about how changing language changes perspective, which then leads to behavioral change. This is how psychological warfare works, why censorship is such a big deal, and the reason that weaponized AI is such a critical threat. What’s fascinating here, is that in just a few quick searches we’ve found the eugenicists, globalists, and communists collaborating on mass communication campaigns and controlling the food supply to take control of the world.
Now let’s pull in the Family Jewels—which are a treasure trove of deep state documents that prove just how integrated our own intelligence agencies have been in this whole process of dialectical transformation. You could try and chew through all 702 pages of damning revelations at the CIA’s online reading room, but suffice it to say the Twitter Files don’t have anything on the media infiltration of Operation Mockingbird, the unethical psychological manipulation of MKULTRA, of the myriad other revelations about the CIA, NSA, FBI, and IRS exposed by the 1975 investigations held by the Church Committee and others.
Frank Forrester Church III, the Democrat Senator who headed the committee, warned Americans about “crossing the abyss” into total state surveillance—which seems ironic given the Dems current support for state censorship. Of course, anyone who’s been keeping track of the ongoing deep state shenanigans has already crossed the threshold into full-blown state tyranny. Still, Senator Church’s warning serves as a timeless reminder of the dangers of having all-powerful state surveillance:
Thus, through a series of unexpected connections, we find the Hegelian dialectic method of Problem-Reaction-Solution linked directly to the deep state manipulation of public perception by infiltrating the media and intentionally spreading misinformation. What goes around, comes around. One thing leads to another.
Intelligence agencies use these dialectic tactics. Communists use these dialectic tactics. The global cabal is using these dialectic tactics. It kind of seems like maybe we should be using these dialectic tactics too, doesn’t it?
This passage from the Christian Observer spells it all out:
“Hegel’s dialectic is the tool which manipulates us into a frenzied circular pattern of thought and action. Every time we fight for or defend against an ideology we are playing a necessary role in Marx and Engels’ grand design to advance humanity into a dictatorship of the proletariat. The synthetic Hegelian solution to all these conflicts can’t be introduced unless we all take a side that will advance the agenda.
The Marxist’s global agenda is moving along at breakneck speed. The only way to completely stop the privacy invasions, expanding domestic police powers, land grabs, insane wars against inanimate objects (and transient verbs), covert actions, and outright assaults on individual liberty, is to step outside the dialectic. This releases us from the limitations of controlled and guided thought.”
Step out of the dialectic.
What does that mean? It means stepping out of the patterns in language and thinking that cause us to bicker and fight against each other—which is all being intentionally orchestrated per the dialectic strategies. The Observer goes on to say:
“Hegelian conflicts steer every political arena on the planet, from the United Nations to the major American political parties, all the way down to local school boards and community councils. Dialogues and consensus-building are primary tools of the dialectic, and terror and intimidation are also acceptable formats for obtaining the goal. … No matter what the issue, the invisible dialectic aims to control both the conflict and the resolution of differences, and leads everyone involved into a new cycle of conflicts.”
These diametrically opposed and dialectically dissected social issues create the necessary tension and fuel the consecutive crises that give rise to the ultimate solution—which is the Third Way agenda of a one world government. Knowing this, the question arises: How can we use these same strategies against those who are actively working in concert to destroy the country we love?
Well, we’re going to start paying much closer attention to language (specifically the language being used by the useful idiots), learn to present diametrically opposed perspectives through a series of antithetical questions, and above all else, keep the conversations going… because one thing leads to another.
All at once these suggestions must sound both overly simplistic and entirely undoable. How can we talk our way out of this? These people don’t listen. Luke what the hell are you talking about? Well friends, I’m talking about strategy and long term thinking. The greatest takeaway from my brief study of Hegelian dialectics is that it is a never ending process. Every narrative has a counter narrative, and out of the synthesis of these narratives yet another narrative is born.
This fuels the evolution of understanding.
While the commie cabal has a firm grip on the global narrative, they cannot compete with the firm grip we can have on another person’s attention during direct conversation. That is where the magic happens, where we can use intelligent questions to tease out a higher understanding of what’s happening in the world.
When we step out of the dialectical illusions being cast by the global elite (this person is my enemy, thus I need to defend myself), we can build alliances within our communities (because mutual respect is a mutual interest), and begin collaborating to put an end to perpetual conflict. It may seem like pie-in-the-sky idealism, but I sincerely believe this is the only method by which to preserve liberty for future generations. Every other strategy will end in failure.
More on that tomorrow!
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