The destabilization template

Through the epidemiological lens of the destabilization template, we can see what is happening to the world.

2nd March 2010

1. a branch of medical science that deals with the incidence, distribution and control of     disease in a population.
2. The sum of the factors controlling the presence or absence of a disease or pathogen.

So many categories, each one attributable to the same sinister influence.

Poison medicines probably is the saddest category. Hypocritical politicians probably most accurately reflect the psychological makeup of most people. Isn’t it interesting these days to see how all the TV beer ads encourage men to choose being inebriated over listening to women? All these debilitating facts track to the same source.

Perhaps the destabilization template is easiest to see in immigration. Slavery is perhaps the biggest cash cow in history, and the United States grew rich on this Jewish industry, which was a social Trojan horse if there ever was one. Made money off the cotton, then made money off the war to free the slaves. Not to mention the money they made off the sale of those human beings. That’s how America got so strong, and like Britain, it was a Jewish operation.

The financial health of the United States was permanently injured on at least two occasions, both involving immigration laws, in the 1880s and the 1960s. Welfare killed the republic, made it weak and corrupt. Sabotage by population transfer was the murder weapon.

When we examine the trajectory of thought from the Statue of Liberty — was it a Trojan horse? — to, as an infamous recent example, the implantation of 2,500 Somalis into Lewiston, Maine, totally wrecking the social fabric and peace of mind of the town, we see how the America we dreamed of has been deliberately torn down by the very laws that were supposedly designed to protect us.

In between the Statue of Liberty utterance by the famous Jewish poet Emma Lazarus —

"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

— and the urban race war between blacks and Hispanics that is now being deliberately exacerbated on America’s streets, we get a glimpse of a plan to destroy America. And not only America. All existing social orders that are not banker approved. Not only is this plan working, it has just about succeeded.

It always offends many people to refer to the Protocols of Zion, but here it is, right on the button as usual.

Protocols of Zion No. 1. Our power in the present tottering condition of all forms of power will be more invincible than any other because it will remain invisible until the moment when it has gained such strength that no cunning can undermine it. Behold the alcoholized animals bemused with drink, the right to an immoderate use of which comes with freedom. It is not for us and ours to walk that road. Goyim are bemused with alcohol, and from early immorality into which it has been induced by our special agents.

Right after the Statue of Liberty was erected in New York harbor, the immigration of Ashkenazi Jews from Russia was accelerated to the max, and the downfall of the United States took only a few decades, until the Federal Reserve and income tax were passed. The availability of a guaranteed amount of money than had never before been amassed is what has created the string of wars engineered by Jewish bankers that continues uninterrupted today.

They profit from destruction. Systems are sabotaged for profit. In fact they’ve built a whole culture on the ritualized destruction of everything. Which is exactly why the world is going up in smoke.

This destabilization template concept has been percolating in my mind for a long time. My understanding of it radically increased when I considered it in the context of my own life.

When I was in third grade in the early 1950s, we played with toy cars in the dirt and ran around the neighborhood brandishing toy guns imitating Roy Rogers and the Cisco Kid, two superstar TV cowboys of the time. In other words, through the destabilization template, we learned how to drive cars and shoot guns.

Though many of my generation were captivated by Salinger’s suicidal teenage icon Holden Caulfield learning about hookers in the city and subliminally promoting homosexuality (“The Catcher in the Rye”), I was transfixed by Jack Kerouac’s On the Road series, a dreamy hitchhiker character endlessly searching for meaningless adventure, implanting ideas in me that caused me to run away from home repeatedly, much to my parents’ consternation.

To be hip in the ‘60s and ‘70s meant to be stoned, to be “hip” to this “new” music, and to distrust all representatives of authority and the existing order. Talk about a destabilization program par excellence. All the while prosecuting a war with no meaning except mass murder.

Bob Dylan took New York City with “how many deaths will it take til we know that too many people have died,” and JFK, chastened from his Bay of Pigs experience, agreed to the largest troop buildup ever in Vietnam. When Bobby Kennedy was gunned down in ‘67 by his own bodyguard (two quick shots to the back of the head), I remember my friend Pinky McGovern, a big fan of the Kennedy clan, running down the street literally crying, saying, “None of us are safe now.” What an excellent execution of the destabilization template it was.

In about 1972 I found myself in Montreal and saw a large sign prominently displayed on a building. “Strength in diversity,” it read. Oh, I thought, that’s cool. Wouldn’t it be nice.

It wasn’t until many years later that I realized the statement — strength in diversity — is a lie, John Carpenter-like social conditioning, ranking right up there with George Orwell’s “War is peace.” What Warman and his Jewish gestapo have done to free speech in Canada is absolutely Orwellian.

Too bad their diversity didn’t include Ernst Zundel and Marc Lemire. But no, the importations of Asian and African immigrants into Canada was a vivid example of the destabilization template at work, redolent of Nietszche’s observation that they idolize the sick and poor and then use them as a weapon to weaken what is strong in every nation.

War is peace, Afghanistan and Iraq version. Isn’t that what they say now? And aren’t they lies? And don’t you know they’re lies? And don’t you pretend they’re not lies, just to be able to get along in the world? This is cognitive dissonance at its finest, the very thing that has you all jangled up about what’s going on in the world, because you don’t know what to do about it; what can any of us do about it?

The controllers like that attitude. It’s good for business. Insecure people buy more things.

And an essential part of the destabilization template. Nervous, desperate people are easier to control. Smugly satisfied folks are a pain in the butt. They get big ideas because they think they’re free.

Probably the single most devastating aspect of the destabilization template, begun by Bernays with cigarettes, was this Jewish driven women’s liberation movement that destroyed the American family with disingenuous social workers counseling divorce and “liberation.” Likely this is the major psyop that wrecked the whole world, and began the trend toward cookie-cutter babies born in factories.

Don’t procrastinate. Examine how the destabilization template has wrecked your life and kept you from being who you really are. We don’t even need to talk about who is responsible for this, because everybody already knows, or their brains are already dead.

And in this late spring AD 2010, we who seek to know what is really going on in the world have learned a valuable lesson that we will keep in the forefront of our minds for as long as we live.

When contemplating any problem, any disaster, any political puzzle, or any medical question, you must do one thing first. Always — first — consider how Jewish influence has distorted and manipulated the situation to its own advantage, and only then proceed with whatever investigative process you usually use. You’ll save yourself a lot of wasted time and needless energy.

P.S.: The destabilization template is very helpful in weeding out Jewish saboteurs from the 9/11 skeptics movement. Just observe their behavior. If they are trying to talk about exotic techniques of destruction instead of who it was committed the crime, you’ll know who they are.

"Israel may have the right to put others on trial, but certainly no one has the right to put the Jewish people and the State of Israel on trial."
-- Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, 25 March, 2001 quoted in BBC News Online

Oh yeah?

The whole world will put the Jewish people on trial.

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