By Jon Rappoport
October 10, 2013
It's easy to say the government always screws things up and, therefore, the crash of its Obamacare sign-up system is merely another example of gross incompetence.
But this is shortsighted. White House officials knew, months ago, the online site was an unmitigated disaster, and yet they let the train continue speeding down the track to its inevitable crackup.
To understand this, we need to go back to the opening salvo in the Obamacare drama.
To his advisors' shock and surprise, Obama, taking office in 2009, announced that his first big move was going to be national health insurance.
His people assumed jobs would be the top priority. The nation was clamoring for a solution. People were out of work. Banks were foreclosing on homes. Families were in peril.
How could the President misread the national mood so badly? National health insurance? Now? Where the hell did that come from?
The 1993 track record of earlier efforts, headed by Hillary Clinton and her buffoon of a consultant, Ira Magaziner, had run aground, failed miserably, and stirred up considerable animosity.
Obama was going to lead with this again? Bring on a storm of contentious clashes in the Congress, the press, and the nation at large?
What was he thinking?
He wasn't. A super-ambitious campaign on this issue had to come from somewhere else. Obama's high-flying humanitarian rhetoric notwithstanding, the man was acting as an agent of change. An agent.
He was taking dictation.
And sure enough, he sank the country in a hostile grinding debate that persists to this day. Meanwhile, the economy and jobs went begging.
When the Obamacare bill finally passed, without anyone reading it, and when subsequent arm-twisting led the Supreme Court to call the individual mandate a tax (a transparently preposterous strategy), thus clearing the way for implementation, amid loud cries of fraud, there remained another opportunity for promoting disaster:
A system for enrollment that wouldn't work, that would crash, that would look like a bevy of drunken idiots ($634 million richer) had put it together with scotch tape and a random number generator.
At a much high level of op, Obamacare was always invented chaos.
It was intended to be.
The target was America itself. As in destabilization.
This is a strategy as old as the hills.
In this case, the people in charge, behind the scenes, are Globalists (think Rockefeller, for starters). For over a hundred years, their objective has been the takedown of the United States, one of the strongest holdouts against a planetary management system, in which, ultimately, national borders are erased and individual countries cease to exist.
In 1971, David Rockefeller's intellectual consigliere, Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote: "...[the] nation state as a fundamental unit of man's organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state."
Achieving such a goal, however, is not simply a matter of standing back and watching evolution take it course. It involves torpedoing major institutions, regardless of how well or poorly they are serving the public interest.
In other words: promote chaos at every possible opportunity.
The extreme oddness of choosing national health insurance as the first planned shot out of the White House, in 2009, was, at the most important level, an exercise in stirring the national pot with a multi-blade fan engine.
Chaos has several aims; among them: raising the level of frustration; dividing the populace; engendering heating conflicts; demoralizing citizens; producing a sense of helplessness; and rendering large numbers of people into a state of surrender and passivity.
It is a prelude to a New Order. A more heartless and repressive Order.
Obamacare is just one example among hundreds.
Operation Chaos has been targeting the United States for well over a hundred years.
Of the dozen or so possible first steps of a Presidency, Obama chose the one that would produce the most discord.
Because US presidents rarely mention Globalism and its tentacles and plans and organizations, it is assumed the issue isn't of high importance.
But since the closing days of World War 2, (and, actually, much earlier), when members of the Rockefeller Council on Foreign Relations were tapped to write the blueprint for the United Nations, when the outline of the Marshall Plan was drafted, when the first serious meetings of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) were set in stone, every American President has looked the other way, when Globalism has reared its head.
That's FDR all the way through to Obama.
And during that 70-year period, ops small, medium, and large have been launched to weaken the United States and entangle it in the Globalist framework.
For the two terms of Obama's Presidency, national health insurance was chosen as a bare electric wire, to shock, stimulate, and magnify dormant hostilities throughout the country.
To the Globalists, the respective merits and flaws in a national healthcare system are of absolutely no concern. It is simply one more opportunity to "crash the system" and produce a hole in the fabric of national life.
For these men, the issue of Obamacare "has legs." They will squeeze more out of it, for their own purposes, in the months and years ahead.
Mired in the quite serious and real pros and cons of a national health plan, people will miss the bigger picture and pass by it without a glance of recognition.
The manipulators don't pick trivial issues. Distraction requires presenting people with forceful conflicts.
It requires the belief that events are what they seem and the motives behind them are clear and on the surface.