The other night we listened to a very disjointed debate on planes/noplanes on episode 78. The prothink people injected their anti-Jew propaganda into every possible empty space in the conversation. The result is reasonable people will tune out, which in disinformation campaigns is the goal. Whether they are paid shills or simply dupes is difficult to determine, but the outcome is the same: confusion and getting off the topic at hand.
Personally, I am willing to entertain the though of anyone being in control, be it Jews, Jesuits, Freemasons, or the club of psychopaths. I don’t have a horse in this race. I am not comfortable with the most obvious group, with people yelling about it at every chance, being in control. I would like to hear about every organization, their past, present, and future, and make a determination. I am comfortable with the notion that the power structure will always use blackmail to control a small minority in positions of power. This just makes sense. Don’t do as we say, and we throw you to the wolves — and we’ll make sure those wolves are hungry.
We have always been in a psywar with those that control the masses. The best tactic for maintaining control is divide and conquer. So how does that work when running a government? Put the minority group in power, and make them the clear enemy.
In politics and sociology, divide and rule (or divide and conquer) (derived from Greek: ??????? ??? ????????, diaírei kaì basíleue) is gaining and maintaining power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into pieces that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy. The concept refers to a strategy that breaks up existing power structures and prevents smaller power groups from linking up.
In the western world, this minority is the Jew. They fit the role of being placed into power perfectly. They are an amorphous, recently invented tribe (whose roots go back to the beginning) that have many characteristics that can be easily targeted. They have been identified as the enemy by the majority, in one form or another, since the beginning of time.
Germany and Belgium used the minority rule trick to rule Rwanda.
Germany and Belgium ruled Rwanda and Burundi in a colonial capacity. Germany used the strategy of divide and conquer by placing members of the Tutsi minority in positions of power. When Belgium took over colonial rule in 1916, the Tutsi and Hutu groups were rearranged according to race instead of occupation.
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