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Thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis

09/10/2015

You ever wonder why nothing happened when we voted in R control? Why nobody has yet yanked the MGMMPOS up by the short hairs? Pressed it’s illegitimacy? Fought it’s socialist attack? Nailed it’s totally UN-Constitutional behavior?

Steve, over at America’s Watchtower, pretty much nailed it. No matter what they say, once they are there they corrupt. Not just a whole lot of them even pretend, once they have the power. And yet they sit there, election after election, spouting the bullshit “Give us more power and we’ll fix this”. And WTF, one term and they’ve got one hell of a retirement program. So they don’t mind when the next election shifts the power structure, and they’re replaced by the other party. The only reason they become lobbyists or whatever is to get even richer than they already are. Let me give you a taste of what Steve said over there:

Have you ever wondered why after gaining a larger majority in the House and taking control of the Senate in 2014 the Republicans almost immediately capitulated to Barack Obama (and continue to do so to this day) after promising to reign him in?

I have espoused my theory on this many times in the past but I will sum it up once again: It is called the Hegelian Dialectic. The ruling class establishment on both sides of the aisle agree on more issues than they will ever admit publicly, they are on the same side, but they put on a show of controlled opposition to fool the people into believing they have a real choice.

The Dialectic is simple: thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis. Create or take advantage of a crisis, either real or imagined, create the opposition to the crisis and its solution while controlling both sides of the argument, and then implement the predetermined solution which almost invariably leads to more government control.

The establishment Republicans have made the political calculation that they stand to gain more politically by letting Barack Obama pass his agenda while they pretend to oppose it because then they can use all if it as a political issue to run against in the next election.

He got his inspiration from a National Review article, which identified the problem. or recognized the problem. Most of us already knew this, but now we have a Franklinesque post to point to, so that perhaps those who had not seen it now can have a brain seed to grow. Rather than clip from that, I’ll just see if the words from AW will inspire you to read further.

10 Comments
  1. 09/10/2015 15:56

    Thank you so much for the link and the mention! As I said in my post I think people are catching on to this and that is why Trump is doing so well.

  2. 09/10/2015 22:10

    Steve, that’s EXACTLY why Trump is doing so well.

  3. 09/15/2015 10:33

    Reblogged this on BPI reblog001.

  4. 09/15/2015 12:02

    Thank you! Hope it stirs up some brain cells with the voting public.

  5. 09/16/2015 23:21

    Glad you thought enough of it to share.

  6. 09/16/2015 23:21

    Indeed.

  7. 09/16/2015 23:22

    Why did so few see it?

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