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Problem, Reaction, Solution

Longings and fear can be used to create suffering, which is then used to perpetuate psychological warfare agendas against individuals and society as a whole.

I’ve seen this happen many times. Most of the examples I can reference are involving the same person, so perhaps some are more susceptible to this strategy than others.

Using this as a case study, it’s like looking at someone who continually stumbles into problem after problem while trying to solve problems. From my observation, there’s a fear used to generate rapid action without thinking about the long term consequences.

This would be like someone having a fear of not having money, and then rapidly trying to solve that by taking on another job which doesn’t allow them to sleep after they are finished with their main job. They feel this will solve their problems, but what happens is that because they don’t sleep, they end up falling asleep on the road and totaling their car, which leads to other problems. Because this programming is so insidious, it leads to a spiral of trying to dig oneself out of self-imposed struggles that could be have been avoided if one chose calm and long-term thinking over acting in fear.

There is no judgment on this, I am just sharing observations with the intent to sound a wake up call, because this happens on a wider scale in society.

Most recently, the problem was “the virus”, the reaction was fear and panic, and the solution was to cripple peoples ability to provide for themselves and then tell them that they would be able to do so again if they injected a bioweapon into their bloodstream. [1]1

And we are still coming into truth about that. The deception and psychological warfare has not yet been universally accepted in the collective consciousness.

Hegelian Dialectic

This can be described in the following manner: first there is a thesis, giving rise to its reaction; an antithesis, which contradicts or negates the thesis; and the tension between the two being resolved by means of a synthesis.[2]2

In terms of psychological warfare, the thesis is to create a problem, the anthesis is to generate a reaction to the problem, the third step is to offer a synthesis, or solution to the problem which was already planned before step one began. However, the solution never could have been implemented without bringing out some type of fear or longing which would condition people to quickly grab at any presented solution no matter if it is likely to be effective or not.

(Feb. 1, 2023)

Created on February 1, 2023 – Last Updated on February 11, 2023 by Jennifer Nelson


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