posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 09:29 AM
I feel there is a decent amount of effort to push many into this current movement, from an official and intentional capacity.
Where I live, the coverage consisted of two stories cycling back and forth; the riots and protests, and a local story (with video) of a blatant case
of LEO abuse of power. It was several days of five minutes given to one story, then five minutes to the other with little, if anything, being reported
The correlation that is made in the narrative of the public is directed by these tactics with great efficacy. Those most likely to actively fight the
system end up forging their own shackles. Beyond that, it marginalizes any future attempts at enacting change of any kind.
I am starting to think one of the last hopes is for 'TPTB' to guide the public to a different, more advanced cultural story and narrative. The problem
is they seem just as trapped by it as anyone else.
Regardless, this is an opportunity for instigation in order to marginalize any future attempts and 'they' would be foolish not to take advantage of
The most dangerous event for authorities would be for movements like this to form concrete goals and objectives rather than simply reaction to
stimuli. I don't feel there is much of a threat from that at this point though.
edit on 28-11-2014 by Serdgiam because: (no reason