From the October 2004 Idaho Observer:
Problem? Reaction. Solution.
Beginning on about Sept. 12, 2001, it was becoming obvious to independent thinkers that the official story about 9/11 (19 Arab hijackers linked to al Quaeda) was not consistent with the evidence. Within weeks the evidence indicated prior knowledge; three years later, the evidence indicates official complicity.
The Hegelian Dialectic (thesis—antithesis—synthesis [or problem—reaction—solution]) has been used by governments for eons to create and direct mass mindedness.
Those who understand dialectic principles believe that 9/11 was the problem, fear of another attack was the reaction and a dramatic restriction of civil liberties was the solution.
Those who have dedicated some independent thought to 9/11 cannot deny that there is not one shred of evidence supporting the official story. One may even argue that the official explanation of 9/11 is the worst coverup in history.
What if the 9/11 coverup was the problem? What if the reaction was intended to be global outrage and the solution a demand that those responsible be indicted, tried, convicted and the U.S. be taken apart to pave the way for a New World Order?
The scenario deserves some contemplation. However, we should not shy away from the truth even if the intended outcome is global government. Our job is to seek the truth and stand in faith and principle. The outcome of our actions, so long as they are noble, are not in our power to determine. One thing is for certain: We always get what we deserve.
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