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The Best Way to Control the Opposition is to Lead it Ourselves

 

“The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.”  (Vladimir Lenin)   In this essay, we will examine and define what “Controlled Opposition “is  explain why it exists and teach you how to spot it.  According to the urban dictionary, controlled opposition is “a protest movement that is actually being led by government agents. Nearly all governments in history have employed this technique to trick and subdue their adversaries. Controlled opposition involves a political organization used as a front in order to disseminate information useful to a ideologically opposed third party. IE a staunchly pro-capitalist intelligence community might deliberately set up a left-wing party in order to divide, confuse or discredit communism.  What ever the case, it is a power of a higher order to use deceitful and mind controlling methods over the people to pin them against one another or to create tension so as to keep the attention off of what this higher order is going to do-mainly control the masses.

The ideology of controlled oppostion can be played by anyone from groups, government, corporations-anyone who knows how to play the game. The game is a matrix and is like playing chess but always with the master -or the one who is power hungary for control playing your mind 24 hours a day seven days a week..  Their hand is hidden but it is there. Therefor,  controlled opposition is the concept of controlling both sides of a conflict so you can determine who wins. And  at current day, the masters of this  control operation have us at check mate.

Now I am going to make an important point.  People who are apart of controlled opposition are “Operatives.”       For example, a pro communist organization might send “operatives” to a teaparty group.   These “operates” earn the trust of the teaparty group and get appointed to key positions.  Like for example, they get in control of fundraising operation or power positions and the pin people internally so the organization fights.  It is called divide and conquer.  When they are in power of these groups, they hammer at issues, are vocal about matters that appeal to activists, patriots and  religious groups, and even do some good deeds.  They never really accomplish the groups goals because they don’t want to. Their efforts will always fail to mobilize their supporters to take the right action, and  the majority  nevers see through their scheme.    The best of these cases is here when two operatives infiltrated a Florida Tax Paying group and can be found here.  http://orbisvitae.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=55880#.UaeUSOtAtkw

Types of people who infiltrate.  I took a loom at this and found that alot of these people do not have a life.  they spend alot of time thinking of ways to get a hold of other peoples money.  They also happen to infiltrate our education and health systems, media government and others.  These types of people have a complete disconnect as to what happens as a result of what they push ( a good example of this is our cities).

 

How to beat this !

At the current state,  the power hungry people are losing control over the media.  They may own fox, msnbc and whatever but they do not own the internet-at least not yet.  First, expose it on the internet.  You do have to listen to regular tv anymore!.    Second, take the time to vet your people, if you have the least bit of suspicion, you are probably right.  Vet your people by a set of rules or bylaws.  Third, take one of your own and infiltrate in reverse-play the same game with them. Vet and run your candidates especially for the local positions.   Finally, make your choices and make them wisely as to who you associate with.

Listen to the radio episode on this subject: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/youth-for-independence/2013/05/31/controlled-opposition-what-is-it-who-runs-it

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