An atmosphere of totalitarianism is encircling the globe and the method of those seeking to obtain power is as old as time: create a crisis that results in fear, confusion, and division, offer assistance to one faction during the chaos – acting as savior or rescuer, and ultimately seize control of both sides once the “crisis” is over.
Machiavellianism is the tactic; total control is the outcome.
Generally, where there is peace, there is stability. Create a crisis or a catastrophe, and the ability to make sound decisions is lost and stability is compromised – if not eradicated. We have seen multiple recent examples – the most obvious one being the COVID-19 pandemic.
Other examples include racial divisions and the blatant infusion of Critical Race Theory into America’s education system, sexual issues and radical transgender ideologies forced upon the innocent in the name of political agendas, the border crisis, climate “crises,” in the form of transportation, energy, fossil fuels, inflated gasoline prices, and the premature push of consumers toward EVs and an unstable grid, “climate change” rhetoric, and most recently with the reportedly “deliberate acts” of the explosions of Nord Stream 2.
Who has created the most recent act of chaos? Who suffers and who benefits? Who will come in and offer “assistance?” Winter is coming – both literally and figuratively for Europe – and a chill is setting in across the continent, blowing in from the east, bringing even more fear, discomfort, and uncertainty with it. Well-orchestrated chaos. The British Empire did it. Lenin and the Bolsheviks did it. Hitler and the Nazis did it, along with so many other examples throughout history.
We are being pitted against each other by individuals masquerading as peacemakers – but in reality – wielding stakes of claim behind their backs, ready to drive them deeper when the time is right. Black vs. white. Republican vs. Democrat. “Trumpers” vs. Democratic Socialists. Christian vs. non-Christian. Right vs. Left. Conservative vs. Liberal. Label after label is deliberately attached, sending society spiraling into chaos, because you cannot cause fear and division without crisis and chaos.
Three parties are needed for the assumption of total control: the divider and the two divided parties of a formerly unified entity. The divider seeks control and is the one who creates the crisis and chaos, splitting the formerly unified entity apart, offering help and assistance (for the crisis they’ve created, unbeknownst to the warring factions), and then eventually conquering the other.
From the war in the heavens to present day (as told in the Biblical books of Isaiah and Ezekiel), and every other power-shifting blip in between, there has been a struggle for control. The crisis and the chaos are simply the means to an end.
Holly Abernathy is a communications and creative arts professional. She works in a variety of media and lives in Nashville, Tennessee. For more information, visit www.6qCreative.com.