The Hegelian dialectic The Hegelian dialectic is an age old scientific equation, expressed today as "Problem, Reaction, Solution", and was created by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, an influencial philosopher, in the 1800's. The elite power brokers of today have taken this sociological, psychological, and political princible to the extreme. Problem, Reaction, Solution First, a problem is created which is directed at a target population. In the aftermath of the incident, naturally, a reaction is generated. This reaction is not unknown, for careful calculation is done beforehand which consists of scientific psychological analysis. Lastly, a solution is provided which you have layed out prior to initiating the problem, which serves to assure the success of your agenda(s). This principle has been used all throughout history. I will use Hitler as the first example. In 1933, the Reichstag parliment building in Germany was firebombed by Hitler's goons, creating a problem. Soon after, the incident was blamed on a mentally ill bystander, who had nothing to do with the fire. This act was later blamed on Hitler's political enemies, and the population reacted with a desire for revenge on those responsible, and also begged for protection. In the midst of the emotional response to the incident, a solution was provided that would ease the fears of the masses; grant the new leader more power. In turn, Hitler was given dictatorial powers to "save" Germany from a new grave (manufactured) threat. Hegelian dialectic - in America? In 1963 a plan was drafted and approved up to the joint chiefs of staff. That document was called Operation Northwoods. This document can be found here, at the national security archive in PDF format - Link In this now declassified document, detailed plans are layed out regarding how to decieve America into supporting an invasion of Cuba. The Hegelian dialectic is clearly the foundation upon which this plan was written. The plan consists of several ways of molding the minds of Americans. The document explains: "3. A "remember the Maine" incident could be arranged in several forms: a. We could blow up a US ship in Guantanamo bay and blame Cuba. b. We could blow up a drone (unmanned) vessel anywhere in Cuban waters." The document continues, explaining the staged rescue operation... "The US could follow up with an air/sea rescue operation covered by US figthers to "evatuate" the remaining members of the non-existent crew." "...Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation." So far, the plans have appeared at least to be restrained to non-lethal means. The plans go on to talk about commiting murder on US soil. "We could develop a communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington." In another example of the dialectic at work, president Bush recently revealed that the United States was prepared to dupe Saddam, prior to the initiation of the Iraq war, into firing upon a fake UN aircraft. Watch the dialectic at work... Bush said, in this channel 4 news article (link) that, "The US was thinking of flying U2 reconnaissance aircraft with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in UN colours. If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach." Through the Hegelian dialectic, wars have been initiated and populations enslaved. By this process the elite are intent on turning the globe into a high tech orwellian plantation, and the people will be imprisoned in the most hellish tyranny the world has ever seen.