December 12, 2019

NRA, Immigration, and Political Campaigns

It was actually Winston Churchill who first said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” History proves the man took advantage of every crisis and/or took part in the creation of such crises. It was later, during the Obama Administration, that President Obama’s Chief of Staff, Rahm Emmanuel, unoriginally stated, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that [is] it’s an opportunity to do things that you think you could not before.”

Hegel’s Dialectics is a method of controlling and manipulating the masses by essentially fabricating a “crisis” in order that it can be taken advantage of, i.e “to do things that you think you could not before.” The Dialectic is in three parts – fabricate a crisis, embellish that crisis, offer a solution to the crisis, i.e. “never let a good crisis go to waste.” The solution is what was desired in the first place.

What most people are in denial about is that the U.S. Government, a most corrupt corporate organization, MUST control all aspects of our lives in order that it can exist. Along with all aspects of our lives, government wants to disarm the citizenry. Presidents come and presidents go and with them live and die their lies and false promises. Trump is an example of the typical lying, cheating, stealing politician, while at the same time doing as the controller of his puppet strings tells him to.

Before Trump became president, he strongly supported, then president, Bill Clinton’s assault weapons ban. But running for office he presented himself as a supporter of gun rights, among other things, and lied and made false promises all the way to the White House.

The most egregious act, the real barometer of what kind of idiot Trump is, came when he declared that we should simply go take people’s property from them for no apparent reason other than fear, and worry about due process later. His words fell on the selective hearing loss ears of the blind followers of this man’s lies and promises. We will never learn.

The only way any government, even those strongly supported by non-governmental organizations, can take away and destroy the rights of people, including those rights which originally were considered unalienable, is to do it incrementally and systematically. An all out assault and immediate taking away of the right to keep and bear arms would create a crisis so large even the “expert” purveyors of Hegel’s Dialectic could not manage the outcome. Thus it must be done slowly and methodically. This is what we see going on right in front of our noses.

At present we see the fallout from fabricated crises, all happening at the same time. There is the made up immigration problem, the orchestrated mass shootings, the embellished issues with the NRA, and a federal election just one year away. What a better opportunity to play false crises one against another to accomplish the third part of the Dialectic.

Nothing is ever coincidental. It is not simply a coincidence that with a new party take over of the House of Representatives, the takeover consisting of those most vocal about taking away Second Amendment privileges, that with the loud calls for “gun control” we see more events of mass shootings.

(Note: There are increasing inherent dangers in numerous uses of the Hegelian Dialectic. For the “never let a good crisis go to waste” to be effective, each successive crisis must be bigger and scarier to have the desired effect on the masses of circus goers.)

Of course the mass shootings have to be connected to immigration – a “twofor” if you will, playing one against the other. At the same time, with the NRA in “crisis,” real or imagined, the opportunity is in prime time to win more of the Bread and Circus goers over to increased gun control.

Real or imagined, the NRA is perceived by far too many people, as being the most powerful supporter of gun rights – is the cup half full or half empty. Because the Dialectic has been in play for so long, the slow and distinct gnawing away of gun rights occurs with each passing false flag “crisis.” The real function of the NRA is to control the bleeding, never to stop the action that causes the wound. The NRA, therefore, is part of the controlled opposition and never the opposition.

With the passing of time, a fabricated crisis weakens and is soon forgotten…that is if left alone. The Washington Post is running a headline claiming a mass shooting every 47 days. For mass shootings to continue to be an effective means of perpetuating the crisis in search of a result, look for that number to continue to drop and become more frequent and with each orchestrated event becoming more horrific.

Death, blood, and guts grabs the attention of the masses. Once you have their attention then talk can be implemented as part of the embellishment of the false crisis. This embellishment works perfectly with stirring up the calls for “there ought to be a law.” Congress is happy to oblige…after all, isn’t that the reason for the crisis?

With a country rapidly giving away its freedoms, all in the name of security, what remains is a suppressed existence even more needy of government than before the fabricated crisis – a position government wants us to be in.

Whether the NRA is being systematically destroyed in order to deliver the needed support to the complete repeal of the Second Amendment, or is purposefully being brought to a weakened state in order to increase the chances of implementing more gun control, remains to be seen.

Regardless, Hegel’s Dialectic is a powerful and useful to government tool that allows government to increase their control over a free country. Once the freedoms are gone, there is little left for the masses except those occasional nights out at the “circuses” and the bread crumbs for sustenance.

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