Order Out Of Chaos: The Doctrine That Runs The World

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market blog,

“From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, and down to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxembourg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States), this world-wide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of envious malevolence, and impossible equality, has been steadily growing. It played, as a modern writer, Mrs. Webster, has so ably shown, a definitely recognizable part in the tragedy of the French Revolution. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the Nineteenth Century; and now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads and have become practically the undisputed masters of that enormous empire.”

 

- Winston Churchill, February 1920, in an article that appeared in the Illustrated Sunday Herald

The concept of conspiracy frightens some people, so much so that they are willing to overlook any and all evidence that world events are for the most part directed, rather than chaotic and coincidental. For those who are uneducated and unaware, explanations for the terrible tides of politics and war generally revolve around a false understanding of Occam’s razor. They argue that the theory states that the “simplest explanation” is usually the correct one for any particular problem or crisis. But Occam’s razor actually states that the simplest explanation according to the evidence at hand is usually the correct answer for any given problem. That is to say, the simplest explanation must conform to the evidence, or it is likely not correct.

Unfortunately, “skeptics” of directed conspiracy often turn a blind eye to evidence that is contrary to their simple explanations, while arguing that simplification is its own vindication. In other words, they don’t feel the need to defend their simplistic world view because, in their minds, simplicity stands on its own as self-evident. There was a time when men believed that the planets revolved around each other because they were tied together by long glass strings, and this was evident to them because it was the simplest explanation they could come up with. The thinking of skeptics of the New World Order and concerted globalization is much like this.

The most common argument they tend to exploit is that the world is far too “chaotic” and that if the elites are actually seeking a fully centralized one-world system, they are “failing miserably” because so many cultures are so clearly divided. For anyone who holds this argument as logical or practical, first I would suggest they look beyond the surface of the various conflicts at the similarities between these so called “enemies.”

For example, what about the United States versus Russia? These two nations have a long history of opposing ideologies and have come close to war time and time again. Certainly, average Americans see themselves as individualists and Russians as socialist or communist. Average Russians see Americans as capitalist imperialists and see themselves as humanists. But what about their respective governments? What about their respective financiers and oligarchs? Do they really see each other as enemies?

If that were so, then why did American Wall Street tycoons and the U.S. military aid the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917?

A false paradigm was created when internationalists supported the Bolshevik Revolution and allowed Russia to become a communist-held country. The eventual Cold War that resulted created the rationale used by the military-industrial complex to build a massive standing army (which is not part of the U.S. Constitution), an army which could then be sent around the world to subdue various nations and even possibly be used to oppress the American people.

Even today, the false East/West paradigm continues, with America painted as the bumbling villain and Russia painted as the stalwart and reasonable objector. Yet Russia’s top government officials and our top government officials work closely with and answer to the same international financiers and elites, like the International Monetary Fund and the Bank of International Settlements, as I outlined in great detail in False East/West Paradigm Hides The Rise Of Global Currency and Russia Is Dominated By Global Banks, Too.

Even closer to current events, the U.S. has now entered into military operations against ISIS insurgents moving rapidly through Iraq’s northern regions toward Baghdad. However, if ISIS is the enemy, why did the U.S. and our ally, Saudi Arabia, support and train ISIS agents in Syria as well as Iraq?

Is it just irony that our government helped birth ISIS and now the White House is at war with the group? Or is it possible that maybe, just maybe, a greater plan is afoot?

As the sinister Rahm Emanuel famously said: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”

If a crisis of opportunity does not present itself in the time frame you need, why not ENGINEER a crisis to fit your goals? This is a tactic that has been used by elites for generations, and it is called the Hegelian dialectic.

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel’s work was the very foundation of the collectivist/socialist ideology, and it inspired Karl Marx during his writing of The Communist Manifesto. Hegel was an avid statist who believed that the collective must be ruled and directed by centralized governance and that all individualism should be sacrificed for the greater good.

Hegel wrote that the state “has supreme right against the individual, whose supreme duty is to be a member of the State… for the right of the world spirit is above all special privileges.”

In his dialectic theory, Hegel conjured a strategy by which the establishment elites could control the masses through deliberately created division. To define the Hegelian dialectic method simply, the ruling body must first trigger a problem or crisis that causes the citizenry to react with fear and demand a solution. The rulers then offer a solution, which they had already predetermined before they had started the crisis; this solution would usually entail more power for the elites and less freedom for the citizens.

The world appears divided and chaotic exactly because it has been MADE that way by a select few in the globalist establishment. In fact, if you were to name any war in the past 100 years, any competent alternative analyst would easily produce undeniable evidence of the involvement of international banks and think tanks pulling strings on both sides.

If you don’t understand the concept of “order out of chaos,” then you’ll never understand a thing.

Engineered chaos serves several purposes. It provides distraction and cover for the elites to implement other plans that they would rather not have noticed.

It also provides a scapegoat for the masses, who are now divided against each other. When violent changes are implemented that produce destructive consequences, the people must be placated with an easily identifiable villain. Certain changes globalists wish to make in the way the world functions require the careful exploitation of scapegoats.

For example, the globalists at the IMF have been discussing the establishment of a global basket currency for years to replace the U.S. dollar.

Russia and the East have also, conveniently, been calling for the IMF to replace the dollar with their Special Drawing Rights basket.

And finally, as well as conveniently, the elites in the U.S. government have launched a controlled coup in Ukraine and initiated direct economic confrontation with Russia, thereby giving the East the perfect excuse to dump the U.S. dollar as world reserve and replace it with a basket currency system under the IMF. Despite claims that Vladimir Putin is “anti-globalist,” the Russian is in fact an avid supporter of the IMF, and has stated his goal is to continue Russia’s IMF membership in a larger capacity:

"In the BRICS case we see a whole set of coinciding strategic interests. First of all, this is the common intention to reform the international monetary and financial system. In the present form it is unjust to the BRICS countries and to new economies in general. We should take a more active part in the IMF and the World Bank’s decision-making system. The international monetary system itself depends a lot on the US dollar, or, to be precise, on the monetary and financial policy of the US authorities. The BRICS countries want to change this."

Yes, Vladimir, and so do the manipulative social engineers at the IMF...

Hopefully, you have the sense to see how this works: problem, reaction, solution. Economic or physical war is launched between East and West, while the dollar is killed in the process. The masses react by demanding a fair and balanced replacement for the dollar as world reserve so that economic stability can return. The Americans blame Russia and the East for their fiscal misfortune. The East blames the hubris of the West for its own downfall. Neither side blames the banksters, who started the whole calamity to begin with. And the elites swoop in as saviors with a new Bretton Woods-style agreement to appease all sides and cement their global currency system, the system they had always wanted. And with a global economic currency and authority in place, global governance is not far behind — order out of chaos.

This process is more psychological than political in its goals. One could argue that if the elites already have control of all central banks and governments, then why do they need a global government? The answer is that these men do not want secret global governance, they want open global governance. They want us to ACCEPT the idea as a fact of existence, for only when we agree to participate in the lie will they then have truly won.

The end result of World War I was the creation of the League of Nations and the argument that sovereignty leads to disunion and catastrophe. World War II led to the creation of the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund. I believe that a third world war is nearly upon us, one that may involve weapons of monetary destruction more so than weapons of mass destruction. Each supposed disintegration of global unity has eventually led to greater centralization, and this is something the skeptics seem to forget. The progression of crises suggests that the next war will lead to total globalization under the dominance of a minority of elitists posing as "wise men" who only wish to bring peace and harmony to the masses. In the meantime, the skeptics will continue to mindlessly debate in the face of all reason that the whole thing was a fluke, an act of random mathematical chance, leading coincidentally to the one thing the establishment rulers crave: total global totalitarian micromanagement.

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kchrisc's picture

The Hegelian dialectic is the main reason I do not concern myself with "illegals," gays, gay marriage, abortion, niggers, Muslims, etc.

I only concern myself with Restoring the Constitutional republic and the American people to the American country by ousting the DC US usurpers and occupiers.

An American, not US subject.

 

The Four Rs
Rejection: Quit paying, quit obeying, quit playing
Revolution: It is inevitable, so prepare, as they are.
Retribution: The guilty must answer for their crimes against the American people and the Constitution.
Restoration: Restore the American people, country and Constitutional republic.

TahoeBilly2012's picture

And Wall St. is run primarily by...that's right, ding ding ding.

DoChenRollingBearing's picture

 

 

O/T

Of my own volition and for personal reasons, I am asking that the Tylers delete my Zero Hedge account.  I have been wrestling with this decision for long enough, and now it is made.

It has been a great run for me here at the World's Biggest And Funnest Playground™, but the time has come for me, an impulsive fellow, to leave.  It is time for me to read & listen more, and spout less.  I'll be reading ZH as an outsider from here on.

There are so many here I would like to thank over these years, but the list would be long, and I would surely forget many names, so I thank you all instead.

To all of you, peace and farewell.

sleigher's picture

really?  I liked your posts.  I am sure that list you speak of feels the same.  don't go.

Elvis the Pelvis's picture

Actually, the globe is getting better.  We've got less poverty and starvation than at any time in human history.  But things do need to improve.  And they will.  It just takes time.  Bitchez.

ratso's picture

This article is complete shit.

Davalicious's picture

Putin is a Jew, like the "revolutionaries" mentioned earlier in the article but not named as Jews. This is a global Jewish problem, with a little white window dressing.

https://img.4plebs.org/boards/pol/image/1393/51/1393512268645.jpg

Chew your last bagels, boys, we will be coming for you and your freemason buddies.

DanDaley's picture

Hasta la vista, compadre. Gracias por tus pensamientos -he aprendido mucho. Posiblemente algún día te invito a una copa en Perú. 

Escrava Isaura's picture

DoChen,

That's biazarre about deleting the account!

What spook you?

HamFistedIdiot's picture

Fear? Peruvian "authorities"? The global reckoning being near?

Escrava Isaura's picture

LOL...

DoChen is even runnign from us...

I think the end is near!

Escrava Isaura's picture

Ham,

Don't worry. I give a week and he will be back... After all, I am impulsive (DoChen's words).

Crawdaddy's picture

Nyet globalist minion. Ye shall not leave. Ye shall sell those bearings. Stay within the walls of our protection or perish.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE-uDhRmrxM

But if you are really adios, peace amigo. You are good people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBkwPYq4nhQ

TeethVillage88s's picture

I used to love Acoustic Music when I wore a younger man's clothes...

Second song seems to do it for me. Not sure why corporate culture kills this inside of us.

hobopants's picture

Good luck dochen, your input around here will be missed. 

chumbawamba's picture

Until we meet again, DoChenRollingDoobies.

-Chumbz.

woolly mammoth's picture

Sorry for being a pest.  http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/2013-05-03/we-begin

When I first realized the truth about 9/11, a cold wave swept though me like something I've never felt before. It was a sick feeling and I've never been able to see the world around me the same again. I'm hoping you still plan on sharing. 

 

 

chumbawamba's picture

Imminently, player.  If I'd actually begun when I said we did then I would have proved ultimately to be an abject failure in my intentioned goals.  I had more learning and experiencing to do.  That being done, now we begin...very soon.

Thanks for keeping the faith.

-Chumbz.

Ralph Spoilsport's picture

There's a house with no doors, but inexplicably, a room full of mirrors. Keep reading that insect shirt amigo.

Dave Thomas's picture

Dochen, I'll check them cow fields near highway 6 for ya, They don't have the same smell, but there are a ton of ghosts hunched over the happy hunting grounds. When like minds meet it's extascy.

I wish you well on Lake Titicaca!

knukles's picture

DoChen...
Peace be upon you, my brother.  Be steady always troding the road of happy destiny.  Thoroughly follow the path and speak with Him by Name, for nothing else matters.  Nobody has ever walked back into the rooms and suggested we join them elsewhere. 
Blessings
K

willwork4food's picture

DoChen, enjoyed your comments very much. Come back again when you are ready.

woolly mammoth's picture

Hope you continue to post on your blog DoChen. You've shared some very interesting stories as well as some interesting research. Good Luck!

zaphod's picture

Godspeed and good luck. ZH will be less without your contributions.

BTW, any parting suggestions on additional worthwhile sources to read and pay attention to? ZH has started to become a bit monotonous, and it's a large world out there.

Escrava Isaura's picture

zaphod,

You have away with words that say a lot, with few words.

Jam Akin's picture

Go with God DoChen - been good trading posts with you over the years.

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Dochen,

It has certainly been an honor and I will miss you greatly! I have been wrestling with this issue myself. I almost made the break but this Ebola issue made me reconsider. Maybe I could offer something of value.

I owe so much to ZH but so many have left whom I had become quite close, it just isn't the same. akak was the hardest. I really have been a misfit all my life and ZH has been the only place I could find people who shared my views. But the doom and sadness weighs heavily at times.

Please be well and happy my friend.

Miffed;-)

UselessEater's picture

Some strange down voting twit needs a hug.

Why would you down vote this thread? Its inoffensive and reflecting warmth amongst posters.

I happen to have been kindly helped personally by DoChen, someone I have never met but he went on a limb simply to be helpful and kind.

Be smarter and be kinder; peeps with key boards and red arrows are not as impressive as men who actually help by doing something.

Thanks DoChen.

AlaricBalth's picture

DoChen. This forum will be lessened by your absence. I always enjoyed, and learned from, your wit and insight. You will missed. Perhaps when you are stateside Ill catch you on Calle Ocho sometime. All the best to you and Mrs. DoChen.

I'll be checking in a your blog from time to time, as I truly value your thoughtful musings.

(Hope you don't mind the plug.)
http://robertmixblog.blogspot.com/?m=1

:-)

COSMOS's picture
COSMOS: Damn i missed do chen saying goodbye cause I was watching COSMOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdOKUb0jQko COSMOS: Well not sure if I got this right COSMOS: did he quite cause he was hitting the bottle too many times or did he quit because of his zero hedge addiction COSMOS: hey chumba you ever see this guy in this video before? COSMOS: so who is going to get the hookers and booze for dochens retirement party COSMOS: interesting that he made his post in an article called or order out of chaos COSMOS: if he thinks his life will find order leaving the chaos of ZH he is sadly mistaken COSMOS: Dochen there is more to life than going to Machupichu and rolling down defective bearings down the ancient terraces as you chant and seek the meaning of life COSMOS: Here is what I say Dochen COSMOS: you need to follow a little bit of the Roman auspices methods with a mix of Inca, go to the big stone altar on machu pichu with your most prized bearing, crack it open and let the ball bearings fall on the altar. Take a picture of the pattern COSMOS: project that pattern on celestial maps COSMOS: see what mythological constellation it matches and then read up about it and you will find out what path your life should take....The Word from the all knowing COSMOS
Eirik Magnus Larssen's picture

You seem to be growing a bit more unstable with each passing day. I recommend an experienced psychiatrist.

UselessEater's picture

Nah its kinda sweet, no quack required. I got a smile from the post.

RafterManFMJ's picture

Well DoChen I've always enjoyed your posts and in fact contemplated hitting you up for an entry level position in selling ball bearings. Either that or apprenticing in Boris' urban copper mine.

One can tell you have passion about your work, and that's great to have.

I burn some time here as well and have been thinking of a sabbatical to actually produce something - but frankly my day job as an SEC investigator gives me a great deal of free time; and porn can only consume 20 hours or so per week...

Although we may never meet, it's good to see we are both under steam, heading toward the same destination.

Peace.

RafterMan

Jena's picture

Sorry to see you leave, DoChen. You will be missed.

Jena

COSMOS's picture

He will be back, sigh, ZH is more addictive than crack cocaine, and more trippy than an acid trip in the park in Berkeley California

TeethVillage88s's picture

Gonzo Journalism?

Or have you actually tried to trip in Berkeley California?

I guess I don't want to admit anything regarding trips. But my impression is that they are not so important or interesting at all.

Al Huxley's picture

I wouldn't say they're important, but they can be interesting at times.  Or at least strange and amusing.

Yen Cross's picture

 You're a sap. Do,Chen is going on sabbatical.

Yen Cross's picture

 Jena? Really?   Girlz

chunga's picture

There's a strange sense of obligation to remain informed about all the problems going on in this world, especially if one has kids. It get's to the point though when it must be realized there isn't a damn thing we can do about it any more. I've been thinking that I waste an awful lot of time reading about things that I didn't cause and are completely out of my control so why bother? I don't know but maybe this is what DCRB is thinking.

Be as prepared as possible and that's about all we can do. Success is measured by the laugh here at Half-a-Day Farm.

If Gabriel's Horn does blow it's going to blow whether we know why or not.

Jena's picture

YC? How you been? I'm still here, just reading mostly.

Rory_Breaker's picture

Goodbye DoChen, you will be missed!

COSMOS's picture

Do Chen must leave so he can be REBORN kind or like Francis Sawyer but he was a little bit more of Clark Kent kind of personae.

I wish you could of taken me with you Do Chen, I have wanted to leave so many times from ZH but they took away my passport and locked me up in a server.  Its always easy for the clients to leave and not come back, not so for the ring side girls.

mark mchugh's picture

DoChen,

Your decision to read and listen more is admirable, but I'd urge you to reconsider removing yourself completely from discussion.  There's this thing called moderation....

Your remarks were always worth reading and added to the discussion.  I will miss them. And I wish I could say that about more of the commenters here.  

Think about this (because I know you'e been here for a while):  Shameful was my favorite commenter at ZH and every time I scroll through the comments I hope to see something from him.  Wouldn't it be great if he'd resurface once in a while?  See what I'm getting at?

Anyway, best wishes,

Mark

zhandax's picture

DoChen,  "For with much wisdom comes much sorrow; the more knowledge, the more grief"  Know you are always welcome back, and go in peace.