This is also known as The Hegelian Dialectic, or Diocletian’s Theory. There may be a post on the Hegelian Dialectic, around here, somewhere.
It is a basic psychological method, developed in the early 20th Century, to manipulate an agenda. I’m not ready to accept the idea of reptilian people, but it works like this, from wikipedia on David Icke:
You want to introduce something you know the people won’t like. …
So you first create a PROBLEM, a rising crime rate, more violence, a terrorist bomb … You make sure someone else is blamed for this problem … So you create a “patsy,” as they call them in America, a Timothy McVeigh or a Lee Harvey Oswald. …
This brings us to stage two, the REACTION from the people – “This can’t go on; what are THEY going to do about it?” …
The third stage allows THEM to then openly offer the SOLUTION to the problems they have created …”
Whenever you see a news story, ask yourself: who benefits, if you believe the story?
This is a take-off from recent killings that may or may not be related. The speculation is all over the map, but the whole thing smells like mexican cartel hits.
First, there was the Colorado prison chief that was killed at his home. This was followed by a man that died on the side of the road, from Texas law enforcement bullets.
Then, the Kaufman County district attorney and his wife were killed in their home, a couple of weeks after the Kaufman County assistant district attorney was killed.
There is no evidence and no indication of a white supremacist gang, murdering anyone.
That is the SPLC narrative, though.
Do you recognize the pattern and the intent to demonize a select group?
Watch how they do the spin, to achieve and support the intended narrative.
First they say it was a white supremacist ex-convict, from the CO murder. Then they say they had no indication it was a white supremacist ex-convict.
But when dumbed down citizen-subject reads the article, all they will remember is that it was a white supremacist ex-convict.
So they bring the assumption full circle by stating McLelland brought up white supremacists in the first murder in CO, so now he was probably murdered by them too….
It had to come down to a white guy with a gun.
It tracks with the SPLC narrative.
Update: Kaufman County sheriff says
“whole spectrum” of agencies involved in investigation into DA, wife’s slayings
District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife came less than two weeks after Colorado’s prison chief was shot to death at his front door, apparently by a white supremacist ex-convict.
Kaufman County Sheriff David Byrnes said Sunday he had no indication that white supremacist groups were involved in the killing of McLelland on Saturday.
McLelland, in an Associated Press interview shortly after the Colorado slaying, raised the possibility that Hasse (CO) was gunned down by a white supremacist gang.
The pattern continues…
Fears that a white supremacist gang or someone else is targeting Texas law enforcement officials spread Monday to Houston, where the chief prosecutor went under 24-hour protection in the wake of the weekend shooting death of his counterpart in a suburban Dallas county.
This article is not from the state controlled media and does not fit the narrative:
A national security expert who has spent several years in intelligence gathering operations around the Mexican drug cartels’ criminal insurgency into the continental United States told Breitbart News, “This assassination of DA McClellend and his wife is meant to send a message: no one is safe, no one is beyond our reach. We will kill you and your loved ones. We are in control here.”
. . .”The criminal insurgencies and their gang foot soldiers have exported the type of warfare that brought Mexico to its knees deep into our sovereign territory. They are waging a war: targeting, assassinating, using terror tactics—and our law enforcement is outgunned and overwhelmed.”
. . .Breitbart News interviewed McLelland several weeks ago as part of an investigation into Mexican drug cartel criminal insurgency operations in the United States, including Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and the city of Chicago. Breitbart News’s Brandon Darby conducted the interview with D.A. McLelland in his office in Kaufman, TX.
Is this a part of Gun Walker – Fast and Furious, where the federales were running guns to Mexican drug cartels?
Mexican cartels dispatch agents deep inside US – spread into non-border states
Is DHS Setting Up Local Law Enforcement For Failure?
See the pattern? Even if you do, it will be hard to resist. Sorta like advertising, public service announcements and other brain washing and influence tactics.