From my other thread:
As I watch people on this forum make huge assumptions regarding the Boston bombings that will only serve to cost them credibility in the end, I would like to start a discussion on how we can gain perspective by not picking apart pictures or videos or bad reporting when all of the facts weren't yet known.
Since the early 20th Century there has been a concerted effort by the monied elite to steer world events to their liking. Often we overlook the amazingly simple methods preferred by this group to control world events and human beings worldwide.
Their preferred method has always been the Hegelian Dialectic which is based on the belief that conflict determines history. According to Hegel, a force (thesis) dictates its own opposing force (antithesis). These forces in conflict result in the creation of a third force (synthesis). This work formed the basis of both Marxist dialectical materialism and fascist statism.
From his theory comes the reallization that the creation of conflicts can be used to produce determined outcomes. We have seen it used extensively throughout the 20th and 21st Centuries in wars, manufactured crisis, and many other ways to steer the course of the history of mankind. It has proved to be an amazingly simple and effective tool to control the masses.
Many will recognize it as PROBLEM --> REACTION --> SOLUTION.....same thing.
Hegel had no problems with this idea as he placed the State above the individual. Hegel's stated belief was that Man is subordinate to the State, and only finds fulfillment in obedience to the diktats of the State. As he said, "The State is the absolute reality and the individual himself has objective existence, truth and morality only in his capacity as a member of the State."
It goes against our western views of the individual being the supreme being in our relationship with the State. Regardless, the US government has long ago placed the State above the individual, despite what we were taught in school.
It is with this in mind, the method preferred by those in power, the Hegelian Dialectic, that we should be analyzing the current events in the absence of real and definitive intel.
We should be looking at what happened and what they achieved.
The event - the bombing.
The fear and anger produced by "terrorism" (even though the danger was small)
They normalized the suspension of the Constitution and the complete lock down of a major US city in the name of catching a lone 19 year old "terrorist". The citizens of Boston willingly handed over their Constitutional rights to freedom of movement and freedom from unlawful search and seizure. They accepted a militarized police force, complete with tanks and heavily armed soldiers, patrolling their streets. They cheered the police who put an end to their fear, even though in the process the citizens completely surrendered core values of the American Constitution. They distracted us while several key issues were being debated in Congress. I'm sure that much more will come from this......PLEASE ELABORATE!!
As you people pick apart the pictures, the testimony, the victims, the perpetrators and many other elements of this case, of which we will likely never get the answers, understand that there is another way.
A reverse analysis of the Hegelian Dialectic may provide you the evidence you seek and not make you look like a CRAZY conspiracy theorist in the process. Look at what the "Synthesis" were of this and other events and you may gain a much better perspective than if you focus on possibly inconsequential and hard to prove minor details.
The truth is that it is far more simple than many of you are making it. It doesn't need to be that difficult and frustrating. Once you understand their preferred methods you can more easily determine what happened and why.
Just my .02. I hope this helps a few of you.
Please contribute if you have anything at all to add.