The Dialectic Game
The stage is set for the argumentative display of the opposition of two forces of reason and results. Somewhere in the initial presentation of the the argument of ‘truth’ the actual truths are replaced by two seemingly innocuous deceptions that are only partial to the reality of the situation and the true argument.
The Truth Is Accosted
The truth is discreetly exited stage left and the current draped just enough to hide the reason. Backstage crews sweep upon the truth and rapidly duct-tape the mouth and limbs. They pick up the truth and exit the venue through a back-door locking the truth in the back of a truck which quickly drives towards the horizon. Soon the truck is in another state and the argument is ferociously captivating the attention of the people.
After hours upon hours of ‘argument’ whereby the truth was only seen for the most initial presentation of the details, if that, a completely artificial and ineffective agreement is presented which narrowly avoided actually involving true change or acknowledgement of the original problem. Thus, this solution is a pseudo-agreement cleverly designed to simulate the solving of the problem through the appeasing of the conscious mind.
The Actors and Group Think
Upon the completion of this tumultuous event, the dialectic speakers present the pseudo-agreement which is most readily internally rejected by the majority of the people. Thus, there are either at least 2 individuals who are foolish enough to consider this an actual appeasing of their interests, or the presenters will simply instruct 2 individuals to enter into the crowd and openly agree with the results.
Through group think and social conformity, the majority of the people are obliged to agree with the falsely presented and falsely accepted ‘positive’ results and this display goes on and on with any variety of issues that require solving.
Thus, the people of the majority intuitively know something is amiss, but cannot actually generate any effectual change to bring about the desired results.