Social Justice Revolution


Controlled Conflict to Achieve a Desired Outcome

We touched briefly on Hegelian Dialectic in the previous post and how it is a tool used by global power players to influence and manipulate the masses according to their agenda. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a German philosopher who revolutionized European thinking, especially Marxism. Hegelian dialectic is a way of thinking that affects our entire social and political structure and is the framework for guiding our thoughts and actions into conflicts that lead us to a predetermined solution designed by the global elites. It is a Marxist revolutionary technique used by elites to enslave humanity[1] -- create a problem, wait for the reaction, and offer a predetermined solution. The elites recognize that controlled conflict can create the desired outcome. If we do not understand how the Hegelian dialectic shapes our perceptions of the world, then we do not know how we are helping to implement their vision.

For example, the globalist elites want a New World Order — a one-world system in which economics, education, medicine, food, religion, and all other aspects of life are controlled by a central power. This New World Order cannot come about without controlled conflict. For Hegelian thinkers, the function of Congress, or other elected bodies such as Parliament, is to allow ordinary individuals to feel that their opinions have some value and to enable the government to take advantage of any wisdom that the population may offer. Despite this appearance of influence, Hegelian thinkers treat the individual as merely a pawn in the larger unfolding of world events. It is expected that individuals will blindly follow a leader who provides surreptitious guidance, essentially thinking for them. To such leaders, the common people are expendable. This hierarchical system affects individuals’ morality as they are taught and encouraged to say and do what’s politically correct, without realizing they are being manipulated. When subtle methods like this don’t fully produce the desired results, less subtle means, such as banning and censorship through Big Tech and the mainstream media, or worse, are employed. Either way, the net effect is that an individual’s rights such as freedom of speech -- to have and express one’s thoughts and opinions -- are taken away. In this construct, the State requires complete obedience from the individual citizen. Individuals cannot exist for themselves -- they only exist to perform a role in the operation of the State.[2] For these elitists, the State is supreme and the self-appointed elite running the State effectively act as God. This is essentially how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) operates.

In reality, there will be no freedom in this New World Order -- just as there was no freedom in Adolf Hitler’s Fascist government in Germany, or Vladimir Lenin’s Marxist Communist government in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Nearly 100 million people[3] were killed under these oppressive regimes.[4] So, why would free people ever choose to go down this path? No one in their right mind would willingly do so and that is why tactics like this, and the ideological subversion that was discussed in the previous post, are employed -- conflict is used to affect the desired change. We must step outside the dialectic and shift consciousness so that we are released from the limitations of controlled and guided thought. As the moves on the global chessboard become more obvious, we can exercise our free will and choose not to support a system that is designed to strip us of our liberties and hold us back from thriving. 

Social Justice Revolution

Revolution is often portrayed as a spontaneous event by the deprived against an autocratic state. However, revolutions need financing and the source of the financing is usually the elites. As an example, one need only look at how billionaire globalist George Soros funds organizations -- many deceptively named in regard to their true purpose -- to affect the change he desires to see. He recognizes that there is no way to implement his radical left agenda through normal democratic processes. So, Soros uses other tactics. 

Social Justice is a neo-Marxist abstraction that simplistically breaks the world down into race, class, and gender. The ANTIFA[5] and BLM riots[6] we have witnessed[7] were not spontaneous -- they were planned, organized, and funded by the likes of Soros. These groups were well-prepared to exploit tragic events to further their agenda. Furthermore, Soros has funded District Attorney (DA) political races across the United States over the years to put in place DAs that won’t prosecute the crimes these groups are committing.[8] The overarching strategy is to use conflict -- a “revolution” -- to create the end-state objective, which is a New World Order.

Critical Race Theory

Another tactic to manage conflict is to turn citizens against one another via the promotion of ideologies like Critical Race Theory (CRT), an “intellectual movement” founded and led by KimberlĂ© W. Crenshaw. She is a law professor at Columbia and UCLA who has published multiple books on the topic.[9] She coined the term “intersectionality” to describe the way people’s social identities can overlap. In an interview with Time magazine in February 2020, she said that CRT is “an approach to grappling with a history of white supremacy that rejects the belief that what’s in the past is in the past, and that the laws and systems that grow from that past are detached from it.”[10] CRT brings together issues of power, race, and racism and argues that ignoring racial difference maintains and perpetuates the status quo with its deeply institutionalized injustices to racial minorities. It is the view that the law and legal institutions are inherently racist and that race itself, instead of being biologically grounded and natural, is a socially constructed concept that is used by white people, who have “white privilege,” to further their economic and political interests at the expense of people of color.[11] 

In practice, CRT promotes estrangement rather than friendship, and hostility rather than goodwill. It is similar to the tactics used by Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union and by Mao Zedong in China -- divide a people, turn them against each other, and ultimately conquer them. The process used by those communist dictators is eerily similar to the way CRT and identity politics have been applied by progressives in America to stoke divisions between people where few or none ever existed before. It’s all about relational aggression and predatory alienation and destroying any sense of community a person may have. CRT exploits the tragedy of racial divisions in America and is thus reduced to nothing but a vehicle for a power grab by elitists in the circles of academia, the media, and Big Tech. So, rather than serve as a balm for healing, CRT has proven to be poisonous to liberty, true community, and our common humanity.[12] What is very troubling is the fact that this “intellectual movement” has infiltrated the social structure of America -- from the curriculum of K through 12 schools to required training courses of public and private sector organizations. President Trump recently became aware of this and put an end to the CRT training that had been implemented for Federal employees.[13] 

Color Revolution   

Color revolutions are defined as civilian uprisings covertly funded and orchestrated by private groups that label themselves as humanitarian, but which have ulterior motives pertaining to political objectives. Their goal is to bring a large number of demonstrators into the streets and create sufficient destruction and fear to bring about regime change with a new political leader or party subservient to those who provide the funding. 

Color Revolution is the term used to describe a series of CIA-led regime change operations since the 1980s that have been remarkably effective using techniques developed by the RAND Corporation, “human rights” non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and other groups.[14] One such NGO is called the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). It was created as part of the National Endowment for Democracy Act in 1983.[15] According to their website, NED is a private, nonprofit foundation “dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world.” NED makes “more than 1,600 grants each year to support the projects of non-governmental groups abroad who are working for democratic goals in more than 90 countries.” Their slogan is “supporting freedom around the world.”[16] That sounds nice, doesn’t it? In reality, NED receives tens of millions of dollars in US government funding from Congress through the Department of State (DoS) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and operates in areas where the US government is banned by law from providing direct foreign aid.[17] NED has been accused of advancing US imperial interests abroad[18] primarily by assisting in the overthrow of specific regimes around the world under the cover of a human rights NGO. 

The Color Revolution model was used in the Serb Otpor! (“otpor” means “resistance” in Serbian) destabilization of 2000, and then refined and deployed in 2003 in Georgia as the Rose Revolution, and in 2004 in Ukraine as the Orange Revolution. DoS, aided by NED and select CIA operatives, trained and funded activists -- often students -- to lead the revolution and affect the desired change. The template was later used during the Obama administration by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to launch what is known as the Arab Spring[19] in the Middle East and North Africa, which started in December 2010 and lasted through December 2012. In all cases, NED partnered with other NGOs including Soros’ Open Society Foundations. 

Why should we care about this?

When you understand the Color Revolution playbook, you see the protests, riots, violent and nonviolent actions that have occurred across the US since 25 May 2020 in a new light. Activists took to the streets supposedly in spontaneous outrage, but a closer look reveals a more sinister agenda. The Black Lives Matter (BLM) website headline is “Now, we transform. Our fight for liberty, justice, and freedom continues. Together, we can — and will — transform. This is the revolution. Change is coming.”[20] The BLM founders admit that they are “trained Marxists”[21] and their agenda is far different from their slogan. Their values are antithetical to traditionally held American values.[22] Their list of demands includes abolishing the police,[23] and they threaten to “burn down this system” if their demands are not met.[24] 

BLM is connected with and financed by the Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) that was founded in 1985[25] and rose out of the New Communist Movement of the 1970s.[26] As stated on their website,[27] the FRSO “is a national organization of revolutionaries fighting for socialism in the United States. Our home is in the working class. FRSO members are rooted in the mass movements for justice, particularly in the labor movement and the movements of oppressed nations and nationalities– especially African-Americans and Chicanos. We are also active in the immigrant rights, anti-war, student and youth movements. We are organizing the united front against monopoly capitalism — with the strategic alliance of the multinational working class and oppressed nationality movements at its core. This is our general strategy for revolution in the US. FRSO is recruiting and building towards the creation of a new Communist Party based on Marxism-Leninism. This is necessary to lead the way to socialism and liberation. Our newspaper Fight Back![28] is popular at protests, read by union workers and community activists.” 

FRSO is funded by well-endowed tax-exempt foundations tied to the fortunes of Soros, Rockefeller, Ford, Kellogg, and Hewlett, and others.[29] New members of Congress who are affiliated with the Democratic Socialists of America, such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) and Rashida Tlaib,[30] and sympathetic Democratic local officials in key cities, have enabled the “peaceful protests” of organizations such as BLM and ANTIFA to have a dramatic impact on American society. 

It is clear that the protests led by these organizations are more than purely spontaneous moral outrage. Hundreds of thousands of young Americans, indoctrinated by progressives in the education system, are being used as a battering ram in an attempt to not only topple a US administration but the very structures of the US Constitutional order in the process. 

In conclusion, Social Justice and Critical Race Theory have proven to be effective tools for radicalization and fomenting widespread conflict, which is desired by the elitist players of the global chess game to incite a Color Revolution in America. In my next post, I will describe the conceptual “pillars” of the Color Revolution playbook and how this applies to the “fundamental transformation” of America.

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