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Small excerpt from book I never finished writing - controlled opposition portion

 
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Small excerpt from book I never finished writing - controlled opposition portion
...One old way to cheat people out of their money, was rigging fights. An organizer of a fight would put two fighters against each other. He would pay one of those fighters to take a dive – to lose the fight. Sure, he wanted this fighter to actually fight, to make it look believable. But he didn't want him to fight well enough to win. At some point, that fighter has to go down and stay down. What does this benefit the organizer? It gives him certainty in the outcome, with which he could profit greatly by betting against other spectators.

The same trick can actually be employed to push any political agenda desired. If a group wants a law passed, especially one they know might not be very popular, they may elect to create an organization that opposes their agenda. In this way, they control their opposition. They have a false champion, created to fight them - an opponent that they control. Other opponents who might rise up to fight them organically, would then have three choices:

1) Allow the fight to be fought by the controlled group that the conspirators secretly created, hoping that this “champion” will win, but doing nothing more than cheering or donating some hard earned cash.


2) Elect to join the controlled opposition group that the conspirators control, thus falling under the conspirators control.


3) Oppose the conspirator's agenda individually or with an uncontrolled group. The drawback there, of course, is that another group has already established themselves as the main champion and best hope. This “best hope” is the original opposition, the one that the conspirators control. Johnny-come-lately groups will normally be seen as less capable than the ones that have been around since the beginning, so fewer will join or contribute to these new, legitimate, organic campaigns.

In the end, to enact the conspirator's goals, the controlled opposition group just needs to sabotage themselves in some believable way. All that is needed is one or two people at the top of these controlled opposition groups to be “in the know” and positioned well enough to sabotage it from within. The controlled opposition group will deliver some punches, causing the fight to look real, but when the timing is right, that group will fall to the mat, giving the conspirators the victory they seek.
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Re: Small excerpt from book I never finished writing - controlled opposition portion
...One old way to cheat people out of their money, was rigging fights. An organizer of a fight would put two fighters against each other. He would pay one of those fighters to take a dive – to lose the fight. Sure, he wanted this fighter to actually fight, to make it look believable. But he didn't want him to fight well enough to win. At some point, that fighter has to go down and stay down. What does this benefit the organizer? It gives him certainty in the outcome, with which he could profit greatly by betting against other spectators.

The same trick can actually be employed to push any political agenda desired. If a group wants a law passed, especially one they know might not be very popular, they may elect to create an organization that opposes their agenda. In this way, they control their opposition. They have a false champion, created to fight them - an opponent that they control. Other opponents who might rise up to fight them organically, would then have three choices:

1) Allow the fight to be fought by the controlled group that the conspirators secretly created, hoping that this “champion” will win, but doing nothing more than cheering or donating some hard earned cash.


2) Elect to join the controlled opposition group that the conspirators control, thus falling under the conspirators control.


3) Oppose the conspirator's agenda individually or with an uncontrolled group. The drawback there, of course, is that another group has already established themselves as the main champion and best hope. This “best hope” is the original opposition, the one that the conspirators control. Johnny-come-lately groups will normally be seen as less capable than the ones that have been around since the beginning, so fewer will join or contribute to these new, legitimate, organic campaigns.

In the end, to enact the conspirator's goals, the controlled opposition group just needs to sabotage themselves in some believable way. All that is needed is one or two people at the top of these controlled opposition groups to be “in the know” and positioned well enough to sabotage it from within. The controlled opposition group will deliver some punches, causing the fight to look real, but when the timing is right, that group will fall to the mat, giving the conspirators the victory they seek.
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