This comes from arguably the most ‘mainstream’ of MSM/CMMM websites – that of USA Today. While I understand there are likely many sides to this matter, I find the logic of those involved to be distressing and even disturbing.
For example, look at these two paragraphs from the article which are based upon the statements of one ‘Ernie Abbott’:
FEMA’s governmental watchdog has been empowered by a surge in funding thanks to a Congress that puts a high priority on a slimmer national deficit and debt, said Ernie Abbott, a former top lawyer for FEMA during the Clinton administration who now represents municipalities in post-disaster negotiations with the agency.
“Frequently you will hear, ‘If we could only stop the waste, fraud and abuse we could be restored to an even financial keel,’ ” Abbott said. “Well, the way you stop waste fraud and abuse is to give more money to the (Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General).”
To me, this is an obvious example of “Problem. Reaction. Solution.” which is also called the “Hegelian Dialectic”. Let’s give more power to DHS (Department of Homeland Security) so they can stop the waste and fraud of FEMA!
Here are a couple additional links for those who wish to further delve into “”Problem. Reaction. Solution.” aka the “Hegelian Dialectic”.
I advise everyone to become as self-educated as possible. Note that even though “Problem. Reaction. Solution.” is considered to be synonymous with the “Hegelian Dialectic” that there are obvious differences. I believe David Icke is a very important figure in the awakening of humanity, but even regarding his statements I try to do my own research and develop my own opinions as much as possible. I do the same for any key figure – including Cobra.
In fact, it was my ‘reverse-hypothesis-testing’ that led me to believe Cobra was not just the real deal but also the best Intel source around. I systematically spent most of 2013 trying to disprove him (in my own mind). Now I am not only a convert but also one of his fiercest supporters as part of the group “Prepare For Change”.
If you wish to understand my reasoning further, feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] I have been gathering pro/con dialogues for a year in order to demonstrate support for him in a concrete and easy-to-follow manner, and I will attempt to consolidate these into a post or two later this year.