Georgia Republican: Obama Using “Delphi” Mind Control Technique: Agenda 21

Via Mother Jones:

President Obama is using a Cold War-era mind-control technique known as “Delphi” to coerce Americans into accepting his plan for a United Nations-run communist dictatorship in which suburbanites will be forcibly relocated to cities. That’s according to a four-hour briefing delivered to Republican state senators at the Georgia state Capitol last month.

Hat tip: Doubtful News.

16 Comments on "Georgia Republican: Obama Using “Delphi” Mind Control Technique: Agenda 21"

  1. Calypso_1 | Nov 16, 2012 at 3:55 pm |

    I taught Barry this methodolgy back in the early 70’s during Project Pegasus. He really wasn’t the best student at the time. We weren’t growing any martian hydro back then & he kept trying to sneak into engineering to score some nitrous. Fortunately we were able to have a little refresher course via our recent HAARP link.

  2. he knows cause of his own training in mind control.

  3. That’s right–Forced relocation from the suburbs to the cities, mandatory hipster glasses and state mandated jazz music piped into all apartments. All Bibles will be recycled into Starbucks cupholders, guns re-purposed into clever modern art installations. The day has arrived.

  4. Using the Delphi Technique to Achieve Consensus

    How it is leading us away from representative government to an illusion of citizen participation

    The Delphi Technique and consensus building are both founded in the
    same principle – the Hegelian dialectic of thesis, antithesis, and
    synthesis, with synthesis becoming the new thesis. The goal is a
    continual evolution to “oneness of mind” (consensus means solidarity of
    belief) -the collective mind, the wholistic society, the wholistic
    earth, etc. In thesis and antithesis, opinions or views are presented on
    a subject to establish views and opposing views. In synthesis,
    opposites are brought together to form the new thesis. All participants
    in the process are then to accept ownership of the new thesis and
    support it, changing their views to align with the new thesis. Through a
    continual process of evolution, “oneness of mind” will supposedly

    In group settings, the Delphi Technique is an unethical
    method of achieving consensus on controversial topics. It requires
    well-trained professionals, known as “facilitators” or “change agents,”
    who deliberately escalate tension among group members, pitting one
    faction against another to make a preordained viewpoint appear
    “sensible,” while making opposing views appear ridiculous.

    In her book Educating for the New World Order,
    author and educator Beverly Eakman makes numerous references to the
    need of those in power to preserve the illusion that there is “community
    participation in decision-making processes, while in fact lay citizens
    are being squeezed out.”

    The setting or type of group is
    immaterial for the success of the technique. The point is that, when
    people are in groups that tend to share a particular knowledge base,
    they display certain identifiable characteristics, known as group
    dynamics, which allows the facilitator to apply the basic strategy.

    The facilitators or change agents encourage each person in a group to
    express concerns about the programs, projects, or policies in question.
    They listen attentively, elicit input from group members, form “task
    forces,” urge participants to make lists, and in going through these
    motions, learn about each member of a group. They are trained to
    identify the “leaders,” the “loud mouths,” the “weak or non-committal
    members,” and those who are apt to change sides frequently during an

    Suddenly, the amiable facilitators become professional
    agitators and “devil’s advocates.” Using the “divide and conquer”
    principle, they manipulate one opinion against another, making those who
    are out of step appear “ridiculous, unknowledgeable, inarticulate, or
    dogmatic.” They attempt to anger certain participants, thereby
    accelerating tensions. The facilitators are well trained in
    psychological manipulation. They are able to predict the reactions of
    each member in a group. Individuals in opposition to the desired policy
    or program will be shut out.

    The Delphi Technique works. It is
    very effective with parents, teachers, school children, and community
    groups. The “targets” rarely, if ever, realize that they are being
    manipulated. If they do suspect what is happening, they do not know how
    to end the process. The facilitator seeks to polarize the group in order
    to become an accepted member of the group and of the process. The
    desired idea is then placed on the table and individual opinions are
    sought during discussion. Soon, associates from the divided group begin
    to adopt the idea as if it were their own, and they pressure the entire
    group to accept their proposition.

    • I’ve seen this put into action at several feel good pc waste of time
      meetings to give the illusion of participation to the audience, whilst
      convincing them that the pre-ordained conclusions are there own. Easy
      to diffuse. Good tips with this article. Notice how many posters
      suddenly attempt to use these techniques on this forums whenever it
      comes to other issues of supposed “consensus”. Try to make someone who
      disagrees with the desired manipulations out to be the “bad” guy,
      fostering the victim/aggressor dynamic between the “facilitator” and the
      “iconoclast” or what have you.

      • Calypso_1 | Nov 16, 2012 at 11:53 pm |

        The delphi technique has little to do with any of this and far more to do with anonymity and statistical analysis. It has been used in many aspects of policy making for half a century, most often on technical issues. The recent appellation of ‘mind control’ and conflation with staged town hall style political events is utterly absurd. But you have yet another windmill to joust – so have at it old boy.

        Notice how I will now ‘facilitate’ the consensus dynamic in order to conjure new heights of intellectual perfidy against your noble quest.

        PS: We’ve been adjusting the formula of the chemtrails over Atlanta. There’s a new ‘crisp autumn scent’. We’d very much appreciate your feedback.

  5. mildly off topic but do other people have problems with Vimeo embeds? i can watch them on vimeo but they always fail on other websites.
    Stumbled upon this one, maybe it explains it?

  6. DeepCough | Nov 17, 2012 at 12:18 am |

    The fact that people think Obama is the one using this technique is one sign that it is working well.

    • Calypso_1 | Nov 17, 2012 at 12:42 am |

      You mean we should consider the fact that its coming from a bunch of ‘grass roots’ community organizers who’s last claim to fame was the birther charade?

  7. BuzzCoastin | Nov 17, 2012 at 6:30 am |

    good job boys, it seems to have worked

  8. BrianApocalypse | Nov 17, 2012 at 9:01 am |

    It’s funny that the Right-wing rejected virtually identical conspiracy theories about Bush when he was president, but now they’ve got a black democrat in the White House they’ve gone all Infowars on his ass!

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