posted on Sep, 18 2012 @ 03:10 PM
Having wondered for how long the elites have used the all so famous problem-reaction-solution (PRS) method for reaching their goals I reached
interesting article about Diocletian, who reached his goal using the same method.
Today, use of problem - reaction - solution method is recognized in numerous events and political processes.
As most of you know, problem-reaction-solution goes something like this: Individual, or secret society with agenda creates a problem wich affects
tergeted group of people, then this group of people reacts demanding solution. This is a time when the same side (who created the problem) offers a
solution to a problem. The higher demand for a solution, the higher are the chances for accepting the solution presented.
Here is a link to article
about Diocletian and how he used problem reaction solution over
roman people to expand government and increase taxes.
In short - Diocletian needed a new enemy to create the 'problem' to justify government expansion and high taxes. Christians were to be used as an
enemy and he already had poor relations with them. Christians didn't like blood sacrifices made in the name of the god of Jupiter, to whom Diocletian
proclaimed himself the earthly representative of Rome.
Galerius - vice emperor suggested to Diocletian, to burn down his palace, wich he did. A false flag event was executed. Diocletian's palace in
Nicomedia burned twice within sixteen days. Government expanded and taxes stayed high. The Christians were immediately blamed. A monumental crackdown
then occurred against christians. Despite all this, Christians bacame too numerous across the empire to be wiped out.
Diocletian acomplished his goal - higher taxes. He created a problem - false flag attacks and propaganda against christians. Then, public reacted
demanding solution. He increased taxes and reduce liberty to "handle" christians.
Sory for my bad english
The key to being able to see the truth through the matrix of lies and myths that exist around us, is understanding why the lies exist. This requires
an understanding of the technique known as Problem-Reaction-Solution.
Governments exist to solve problems. Governments increase in size and power when new problems arise, which they can then work to solve. It is not in
the interest of governments to actually eliminate problems, because then there would be nothing for them to do.
What if there are no new problems for governments to solve? They must create the problem, or label something as a problem. When the public see this
new problem, they demand that government solve the problem, and the government willingly obliges by presenting it's solution.
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