CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

Post #24

The term Black Swan originates from the belief that there are only white swans. That opinion changed after a Dutch explorer discovered black swans in Australia. People consider low probability but high impact occurrences as black swan events. The black swan events of 911, the threat of global warming, and COVID-19 coupled with the Hegelian Dialectic method of control, advance a pre-determined agenda, such as revolutions, wars, lock-downs, vaccinations, and a one-world order.

The 19th-century German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel explained how an evil force could enslave humanity by entrapping us into a frenzied thought process leading to our destruction. By controlling the mainline news, social media, politics, education, and the voting process, this diabolical force has convinced societies to defend themselves against a false or at least an exaggerated threat. As long as society is ignorant of this invisible cabal of conspirators—freedom is threatened.

These puppet masters change cultures to fit their narrative by proposing a solution to a self-imposed problem. They instigate an event, watch for society’s reaction, and formulate a solution (problem, response, resolution) that ushers in a foreordained consequence. However, the problem is always a red herring. A red herring event leads people to predetermined conclusions by constructing a false narrative. A red herring misleads people as a consequence of a black swan event. Nine-eleven, the threat of global warming, and COVID-19 are black swan events. The red herrings are the war on terror, strict environmental policies, and lock downs. The Twin Towers attack ushered in the war on terror; the threat of global warming threatens our free enterprise system, and COVID-19 ushered in the fight against freedom. COVID-19 is the problem, the reaction is panic, and the consequence is the concentration of power.

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Published by Kenneth E. Long

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