posted on Oct, 27 2008 @ 07:22 PM
reply to post by downtown436
The thing about Problem/Reaction/Solution, is that it can be applied to any emergency situation. Any at all.
So, it's the kind of equation that really lacks credibility. I used to think it was a good analytical tool, but the truth is that it only produces
Create the problem. Wait for the reaction. Provide the solution. So what? I mean, what good is it for? One only recognizes the equation after
events are all said and done. The equation doesn't function as a predictor, as you imply.
The equation is useless because there are other ways to explain past events. If one cannot discern cause and effect they're not going to be able to
discern an equation that adds another useless variable.
That's how I feel about it. I know that hate exists, so the equation doesn't inform me that future ugly events are likely to happen. I know that
the government is capable of waging information warfare, and the equation doesn't clarify a damn thing. I also know that the government is capable
of carrying out false flag operations, and still the equation is useless as a predictor of when one is likely to occur, or during the first or second
stage what will happen next. It only functions as an analytical tool in retrospection. And in that respect its cumbersome, as well as useless.
So looking at the foiled assassination/mass murder plot reasonably, I have seen nothing to indicate that the event was staged. Nor is there an
indicator of specifically what will happen next in connection with the event, if anything., outside of the usual extended investigation, trial,
conviction, and sentencing.