Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The Hegelian Dialectic: Offering Communistic Solutions to Fabricated Crises

David Risselada

By now, many have read that President Obama has recently called for a "new collectivized order" in order to quell many of the problems plaguing the world. President Obama cited the problems in Russia and Ukraine, Iraq, Israel and Palestine, and no doubt acts as if the immigration issue is one of these crises as well. Truly, the world seems to be on fire, and the Global Elite that are calling the shots would have you believe that surrendering our sovereignty to an all-powerful global government is the solution, never mind the fact that it is the global elite causing these problems in the first place. Using the concepts of the Hegelian Dialectic, the powers that be create the global conditions that lead to fear and uncertainty, allow the targeted populations to demand "predetermined solutions," and then reluctantly act as if they must go along with the demands to give the appearance of carrying out the people's will. It's all designed to get you to willingly accept what you once wouldn't, global communism…….To Read More…

My Take - Paraphrasing Thomas Sowell he once said that some things seem so reasonable they can fail nine times out of nine and people will still try it a tenth time, and some things seem so unreasonable they can succeed nine times out of nine and people will still refuse to adopt it a tenth time. That’s the difference between socialism and capitalism.

Socialism got its starting in 1785 with the French Revolution creating a government dictatorship that caused up to 40,000 deaths between 1793 and 1794 during what is known as The Reign Terror.  We have almost three hundred years of history to demonstrate that socialism - in all of its manifestations, such as fascism, communism, and now environmentalism - is a failed concept that has left dystopia in its wake, and the world's leaders want humanity to adopt it as worldwide plan for governance.

Is it any wonder I keep seeing that quote attributed to Einstein saying to keep doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different outcome is the definition of insanity. 


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