Problem Reaction Solution – David Icke Explains the Hegelian Dialectic

Problem – Reaction – Solution – David Icke Explains the Hegelian Dialectic

‘Problem Reaction Solution’ is a term coined by David Icke which refers to the Hegelian Dialectic. Also known in Freemasonry as Ordo Ab Chao, or ‘Order out of Chaos.’ Create the chaos, and then offer the order out of it.

If we had a media worth the name ‘journalism’ Problem Reaction Solution could not exist. Because REAL journalists would investigate the official version of the problem, they’d find out it was nonsense, and they would tell the people. Because the Mainstream media is just a public relations office for the official version of events, it goes through virtually undiluted.

David cites 9/11 and World War 2 as two extreme examples of Problem Reaction Solution. ‘If you want to change something globally, you need to create a global problem.’

The Project for the New American Century (PNAC) is a neo-conservative think tank with strong ties to the American Enterprise Institute. PNAC’s website says it was established in the spring of 1997 as “a non-profit, educational organization whose goal is to promote American global leadership”. 

PNAC’s policy document, “Rebuilding America’s Defences,” openly advocates total global military domination. Many PNAC members held highest-level positions in the George W. Bush administration. The Project is an initiative of the New Citizenship Project. The New Citizenship Project’s chairman is William Kristol and its president is Gary Schmitt.

The PNAC was co-founded in 1997 during the Clinton administration by William Kristol and Robert Kagan. PNAC’s original 25 signatories were an eclectic mix of academics and conservative politicians, several of whom subsequently found positions in the presidential administration of George W. Bush.

PNAC was set up because the founders felt that there was a lack of coherence in America’s foreign policy and that America was not being as dominant as it should be in world politics.

Kristol was the editor and founder of The Weekly Standard, a prominent Neoconservative publication of the day. William Kristol has been affiliated with many publications and neoconservative groups. He has also played a part in the US government in the Office of the Vice President: he was Chief of Staff to Dan Quayle, 1989-1992 and Office of the Secretary of Education: Chief of Staff/Counselor for Education Secretary William Bennett, 1985-1988.

Among other notable founder members of PNAC were Jeb Bush, the Governor of Florida and brother of President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, the Vice President to George W. Bush, Francis Fukuyama, an author of neoconservative literature, Dan Quayle, vice president to George Bush Senior, Donald Rumsfeld, former Secretary of Defence to George W. Bush, and Paul Wolfowitz, who has held many government positions and is the former President of the World Bank. 

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