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Unlike what is often highlighted as the main cause of friction between the so-called Civilized West and the rest of the under-developed World – radicalization – is a useful tool, used for eons to manipulate the population into doing what the powers (in the West) need them to do. Radical movements happen so fast that they leave a power vacuum – which western powers have always used to help insert their own puppet leaders.

Such a power vacuum – has now appeared in Egypt. That was the plan.

However, there is a second part to this game: Balkanization

That comes from a very old British Colonial trick, known better as, “Divide and Conquer.”

Now, to successfully balkanize a population – you have to make certain that the different pre-existing divisions do not communicate. If they do communicate, then it must only be to incite hate between the groups. Races can be played against each other in some countries where the population is inherently multi-racial, or at the very least multi-ethnic. In certain other countries – certain social classes can be brought into conflict. This is the card played in Egypt and Thailand.

Then of course, there is the all-time favourite RELIGIOUS uprisings. Here, you get to play one group of radicals against another. But for this to work – you NEED radicals within EACH RELIGION. George W. Bush played this card against the people of the United States – when he, along with those in the Shadow Government – blamed a dying Tim Osman (a.k.a. Osama bin Laden) of Masterminding the 9/11 “Attacks.” This RADICALIZED the largely Christian populace to such an extent – it even won him a free pass into Iraq!

Nevermind the fact that Christianity is all about – turning the other cheek – and forgiveness…

There in lies the beauty of having a radicalized population: THEY DON’T THINK – all that much.

Before you know it, you have them killing for you, dying for you – and giving you ALL THEIR MONEY.

(That last part – being the whole point of the exercise)

Beck isn’t always on the mark – especially on issues like 9/11 – but he’s got this one nailed.
I find this monologue on propaganda – lucid and concise enough – to be worth your time.

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