In his latest post, American raw milk journalist David E. Gumpert compares the recent spate of raw milk disease incidents, and the outcry on the part of raw milk opponents — calls for prohibiting the feeding of raw milk to children and such — he compares that to the relationship between uppity blacks and their oppression by whites in the American south during the era of slavery. That’s certainly an illuminating comparison in that it highlights what might be happening on a soul level between the groups or classes involved in mutual struggle.
But one is tempted to wonder if there’s yet another principle at work here behind the scenes. There’s a well known formula of government that’s been invoked most famously through the events of 911. Step one is that you arrange for, or allow an outrageous public incident to take place, to “process the group mind”, as it were. Step 2 is to wait for the public outcry that something be done about it. And then step 3 is to put in place the “solution” you’ve been wanting to implement all along, but now you can do it with the appearance of democratic permission.
Of course the same formula has been used before, for example in Pearl Harbour, for getting the U.S. into WW II. Not to mention the many “false flag” attacks or events which have seemingly been staged expressly to justify actions governments wanted to take. See Alex Jones’ movie “Terrorstorms” for more on these. You can find the whole 2 hr movie on Google video.
So, ugly as it is to contemplate, would we really put it past the opponents of raw milk to deliberately stage an incident or incidents designed to raise a public outcry against the product they would like to see banned?