Jon has another good one here, where he shows The Overton Window in action. It is your mind that the globalists are working on. They have unfettered access to your child’s mind, in government schools. And they use every minute of they day, to do their dirty work… Pay attention.
In any negotiation, always demand way more than you are willing to accept.
You might not get all that you demand. But, you might.
That is a part of the principle at work in the overton window.
Politicians use it to the great advantage, since the late 1800s…
The Overton Window deploys an outlandish proposal.
An emphatic rejection of the outlandish proposal is expected.
The outlandish proposal is dialed back, a little, to what will be an acceptable proposal. An alternate plan is offered that is more palatable to the people.
The next time they profer the original outlandish proposal, it then seems closer to what the public will accept and they then make it the plan to use.
This is how you use time to shift public opinion.
The Hegelian Principle is thesis, anti-thesis, synthesis. Create a problem, offer the solution that the people would not normally except, if the people are desperate enough then they will except it. Create your own opposition so you can control the unorganized opposition.
Problem – Government creates a problem.
Reaction – they provocateur a radical, unpopular solution.
Solution – pose as a ‘saviour’ with the ‘solution’ they wanted all along.
To implement the Overton Window:
State a radical idea.
Open up the channels of conversation about it.
Back off a little bit, but do not return things to the way they were, before the idea was floated.
Did they get what they want? Not this time, but the idea is now out there. Just by being there, it has some twisted form of legitimacy.
Things do not usually change, in one election.
The globalists shifted things one election at a time, with the Overton Window.
Originally posted on Jon Rappoport's Blog:
What’s behind the punishment for fake guns in schools?
By Jon Rappoport
February 6, 2013
In the latest episode of Ban Fake Guns, we have a boy suspended from school in Florence, Arizona, for carrying, yes, a picture of a gun on his computer. Screen saver. This is surely a sign of complete mental breakdown by school officials. And yet one more reason to home school.
Steve Watson, writing at infowars, runs down the recent litany of fake gun crimes at schools across America, resulting in student suspensions, suspension hearings, and actual school lockdowns:
Transparent toy gun. South Carolina.
Gun built from lego bricks. Massachusetts.
Two kids talking about a nerf gun. New York.
An actual nerf gun. New York.
A pink bubble gun. Pennsylvania.
A paper gun. Pennsylvania.
Pointing a finger and saying “pow.” Maryland.
Playing cops and robbers with fingers. Maryland.
Making a gun “hand gesture.” Oklahoma.
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