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Creating Political Change Through Communication and Legislation

 by Edward Ulrich, updated March 8, 2011



This article examines each of the steps in a problem solving process for peacefully creating political change in the United States through the use of communication and legislation— by using a process of defining a political problem, then defining a goal state with the problem eliminated, and then finding the most efficient processes of communication for reaching the goal state through the use of the legislative process.

It could be a theoretically simple task to fix many of the political problems in the United States quickly and peacefully, assuming enough citizens were sufficiently informed and cooperated with effective enough strategies for bringing about change.

In cases of repairing political misconfiguration or corruption, the legislative mechanism for creating political change is already in place, but many of the steps in the problem solving process have been strategically jammed in order to block effective change from occurring. Various potential blockages are identified within each of the problem solving steps, along with suggestions of methods for overcoming the blockages and accelerating the problem solving process.

An example of a problem solving process for fixing the issue of the use of fraudulent voting machines by the United States Government is also shown within each of the steps.

This article is continually updated.














Step 1:  Identify a political problem

The biggest obstacle to identifying a problem is not knowing that the problem exists in the first place. Mainstream media outlets frequently limit or censor information they present in order to protect long-term agendas of a few controlling individuals and groups. The alternative media generally does not have as extreme of limitations but it is frequently overlooked as ”not being as credible” due to its often surprising subject matter. However, most of the major alternative media outlets do carefully check their facts and often rely on research and information from mainstream news sources which has been buried or looked over.


Sample Problem:  Identifying the problem of the use of fraudulent election machines by the United States Government

Many resources exist for identifying the problem of the use of fraudulent election machines by the United States Government. Following is a summary article continaing useful information about the subject:


A Summary of Election Fraud Issues
updated September 14, 2010
This article links to resources about issues of election fraud in the United States, including audio interviews with activists Bev Harris and Vicki Karp, and video clips from the documentary Hacking Democracy.









Step 2:  Identify an ideal goal state

Numerous sources of information exist to help formulate an ideal goal state for any political problem in question, including searching the internet and libraries, information from sources such as documentary films, and consultation with individuals who have particular areas of expertise.


Sample Problem:  Identifying an ideal goal state for the problem of the use of fraudulent election machines by the United States Government

Of the most important issues of corruption in the United States Government, the problem of election fraud is perhaps one of the easiest to fix, as it mainly involves the use of machines which can easily be replaced and election laws that can be changed. Also a wealth of experts exists which could help formulate a more viable alternative.


Following is an illustration from The Washington Post:




The above diagram from The Washington Post describes the corrupt lack of regulations associated with the use of voting machines, by comparing the regulations associated with electronic voting machines to those of Las Vegas slot machines. This chart also serves to show solutions which need to be implemented if the use of electronic voting machines is to continue.

Another good source of information is the HBO documentary ”Hacking Democracy,” which describe many of the problems associated with the frequently used Diebold voting machines, as well as showing how such machines have recently been fraudulently used.




Hacking Democracy - Hacking Votes Using Only a Memory Card

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With Diebold voting machines, every vote is stored on a memory card along with additional computer code. This video clip from the HBO special ”Hacking Democracy” shows how an election can be altered through a person only having access to a memory card. The video shows how the hack works even with Diebold machines that only tabulate paper ballots, and how it is impossible to detect the fraud once it has happened.




Conclusion

From the above information, it can be concluded that the use of electronic voting machines is intentionally not appropriately regulated, and that the Diebold company is intentionally manufacturing voting machines which allow fraudulent altering of votes cast on their machines. Therefore an ideal goal state for legislation should include a plan of eliminating the Diebold company from any future government contracts and bringing criminal charges against certain individuals associated with the company.

It may be beneficial to eliminate the use of electronic voting machines altogether by replacing them with a more reliable and basic system of paper ballots. Paper ballots could be officially standardized and tamperproof— similar to paper currency such as a dollar bill.

Once a theoreticaly foolproof system of collecting and tabulating votes is established, it may be a good idea to federalize the election process to ensure uniformity of the system throughout the country, similar to how only one currency is used rather than each state issuing its own. Many people are opposed to ideas of federalization of anything, however in this case it could be beneficial.









Step 3:  Plan and implement a process of reaching the ideal goal state

Once a problem has been identified and an ideal goal state with the problem removed has been defined, it is then a matter of creating enough public interest in the subject to get an appropriate bill introduced into Congress, as well as creating enough public pressure to force politicians who otherwise would not support the changes to sign that bill into law.

This section discusses methods for raising public awareness about issues and also drawing public interest toward the legislative process of the issues being fixed. Potential blockages of the processes of communication and legislation are examined, as well as ways of circumventing those blockages.









Hub Article:  Media Bias Effecting Awareness of Important Issues


This summary article explains why most media outlets don’t accurately report information about important political realities. Topics include explaining who the people are that most control the media, as well as their reasons, means, and methods of controlling it.


View the entire article >>
updated March 7, 2011



Selected information from this article:


Behind the Big News: Clip 2 of 3, How the CFR Controls the American Media
running time 23 minutes 10 seconds
This video segment from the documentary ”Behind the Big News” describes how the powerful political organization the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) controls and distorts information put out by mainstream news sources in order to protect wide ranging Establishment interests and objectives. Issues discussed include the CFR being founded in 1921 by J.P. Morgan, the fact that most major individuals in the news media are members of the organization, and the CFR’s many deceptive globalist objectives.


Deception at the Million Mom March
September 14, 2010, running time 3 minutes 20 seconds
This video clip from the documentary ”Behind the Big News” explains how a publicity stunt created by gun disarmament advocates for an event called the ”Million Mom March” used deceptive techniques for creating an illusion in the media of having more popular support than it actually had.


A Summary of the Documentary Video ”Behind the Big News”
updated January 30, 2011
The Documentary "Behind the Big News" examines issues of corruption in the mainstream media of the United States, explaining how the powerful and secretive Establishment group The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has had a tremendous influence in biasing news that all mainstream media outlets disseminate. Conflicts of interest exist due to the fact the most major figures in the media are members of the CFR, which is also the most influential organization in formulating the foreign policy of the United States. The CFR has agendas of perpetuating globalist agendas which are often deceptive and little understood by the general public, and it often makes use of its control over the media in order to generate uncritical support for such agendas.



Following is an excerpt from the Media Reform Information Center:





"In 1983, 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the U.S. At the time, Ben Bagdikian was called "alarmist" for pointing this out in his book, The Media Monopoly. In his 4th edition, published in 1992, he wrote "in the U.S., fewer than two dozen of these extraordinary creatures own and operate 90% of the mass media"— controlling almost all of America's newspapers, magazines, TV and radio stations, books, records, movies, videos, wire services and photo agencies. He predicted then that eventually this number would fall to about half a dozen companies. This was greeted with skepticism at the time. When the 6th edition of The Media Monopoly was published in 2000, the number had fallen to six. Since then, there have been more mergers and the scope has expanded to include new media like the Internet market. More than 1 in 4 Internet users in the U.S. now log in with AOL Time-Warner, the world's largest media corporation. In 2004, Bagdikian's revised and expanded book, The New Media Monopoly, shows that only 5 huge corporations— Time Warner, Disney, Murdoch's News Corporation, Bertelsmann of Germany, and Viacom (formerly CBS)— now control most of the media industry in the U.S. General Electric's NBC is a close sixth."








Hub Article:  A Summary of Political Activism Issues

Members of the government sponsored provocateur group "The Black Bloc" prepare to infiltrate a peaceful demonstration.
Members of the government sponsored provocateur group "The Black Bloc" prepare to infiltrate a peaceful demonstration.

Many blockages exist to the political activist population’s effectiveness as well as the general public’s ”word of mouth” activist activity, but such blockages can be circumvented and effectiveness can be accelerated.

This article summarises issues including activist groups being infiltrated by government and law enforcement organizations using ”provocateur” groups and other methods, the effects of varying activist communication styles, the benefiets of activists shifting their focus, and many other issues.


View the entire article >>
updated October 12, 2011



Selected information from this article:


Deriving the Most Effective Communication for Creating Political Change
updated August 14, 2010
This article is a study of individual citizens’ politically motivated communication styles and the practical voting results arising due to that communication, by means of graphing theoretical voting results.

Activist communication style can either be ”communicative” to win the support of those being communicated with, or ”solidifying” which entrenches people's opinions on both sides of an issue. This article describes aspects of the two styles and conducts a theoretical study of the practical voting results of the styles being used against each other. It is shown by graphing theoretical voting results that effective ”communicative” style will always trump the effects of ”solidifying” style.

This article will define the terms used, offer graphical representations of the ideas being presented, and draw conclusions based on the results of study.



”Black Bloc” provocateurs get green light to rampage at the 2010 Toronto G20 economic summit
September 14, 2010, running time 4 minutes 17 seconds
This video clip describes the government sponsored provocateur group ”The Black Bloc” (spelled in this video ”The Black Block”) rioting in the streets, smashing windows, and setting fire to police cars on the streets of Toronto for an hour and a half while police only watched from a distance during the June 2010 Toronto G20 economic summit.



Seattle WTO Riots: Problem, Reaction, Solution
running time 9 minutes 55 seconds
This video compilation from the Alex Jones documentary Police State II: The Takeover shows how demonstrations at the 1999 World Trade Organization (WTO) meetings in Seattle during the Clinton Adminstration were infiltrated by violent provocateurs sent by government groups in order to give law enforcement personnel an excuse to attack and suppress the peaceful legitimate protesters.

Video of the violence perpetrated by the group of over 30 government sponsored provocateurs is shown, followed by evidence including local news reports that shows how the group was housed and protected by law enforcement officials during the week of the demonstrations.



Behind the Big News: Infiltration of the Anti-WTO Movement
running time 6 minutes 28 seconds
This video clip from the documentary ”Behind the Big News” explains Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) connections to the anti-WTO movement which are meant to ensure continued propagation of globalist agendas.



”Coffee Party” Founder is Obama Campaign Operative
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The founder of a ”Coffee Party” political movement which is being promoted by many mainstream media outlets has been shown to be an insider in the Obama campaign as well as being a former strategy analysis for the New York Times, contrary to the grassroots image which is being attempted to be portrayed.



Tea Party Co-Founder Laments Hijacking of Movement
November 30, 2009
”Tea Party” movement co-founder Chad Peace has written an editorial harshly criticizing the takeover of the Tea Party movement by establishment political interests, explaining their strategic shifting of the movement's focus to incoherent right wing partisan talking points in order to distract many of the individuals involved.










Hub Article:  Legislative Issues for Creating Political Change



This article explains legislative issues concerning creating political change, including summarizing the process of how a bill becomes a law, explaining the major political systems being used in the world today, explaining issues of United States politicians being loyal to political backers, explaining how the governmental system of the United States has migrated away from its original Constitutional principals, and explaining the public’s general lack of knowledge about the activities of Congress.

View the entire article >>
September 14, 2010




Selected information from this article:


A summary of the process of how a bill becomes a law


From a Scholastic article ”How a Bill Becomes a Law.”


Every bill starts out as an idea which is sponsored by a Senator who introduces the idea as a bill. A bill can be introduced into either the Senate or the House of Representatives. The Senate is made up of two elected Senators from each state, and the House of Representatives is made up of over 435 elected representatives, the number coming from each state being determined based on the population of that state.

Once the bill is introduced, it will be sent to a committee of pre-selected members of Congress which specialize in one issue, such as Agriculture, Energy, and Banking. Once the bill is debated, modified, and approved by a particular committee, it can continue to the full house.

View a directory of House Committees  |  View a directory of Senate Committees

Once the bill is approved by a committee, it is then introduced into either the full House of Representatives or Senate where the members may discuss, debate, and then vote on the bill. If more than half of the Senators approve the bill, then the bill goes to the other house of Congress. If the bill is not approved, it can either be sent back to the committee or it can be abandoned.

Once the bill has passed one particular house of Congress, it is sent to the other house where the same process of approval by committee, debate, and vote by the full house takes place. If more than half of those Senators vote in favor of the bill, it passes and is then sent to the President to sign. If the president signs the bill, it becomes a law. If the President vetoes the bill, it is sent back to Congress where the bill can be either changed to suit the President’s liking, or the veto can be overridden by two-thirds of both Houses of Senate.






Schoolhouse Rock - How a Bill Becomes a Law
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View a classic animated short video showing the process of how a bill becomes a law.


This video is a part of the article Creating Political Change Through Communication and Legislation.







Issues with politicians being loyal to financial backers such as special interest groups and political action committees


The corrupting influence of Lobbyists, Political Action Committees, and Earmarks

Members of Congress often rely on taking money from lobbyists and political action committees (PACs.) This is a problem because politicians are then indebted for favors to those organizations who have contributed to their campaigns.

Some politicians pledge not to accept money from lobbyists and PACs, however this puts those politicians at a disadvantage due to the fact that it deprives them from campaigning resources which their competitors collect, and public knowledge of the corrupting effects of lobbyist and PAC contributions is not widespread enough to translate into enough votes to offset the competitor’s advantage. Also, many politicians accept money from dishonest means yet still attempt to win votes by making campaign claims of not doing so.


”Earmarks” allow members of Congress to decide who gets money spent by the United States Government, and often members of Congress divert such money intended for the public’s benefit to political donors and ”pork-barrel” projects.


The Iron Triangle - The Carlisle Group
running time 46 minutes 42 seconds
The Carlisle Group is a massive ”private equity firm,” which raises money from wealthy individuals and companies, and then reinvests the money into private defense companies which have extremely high profit margins. It is made up of well known politicians such as George Bush Sr. and James Baker, and it is one of the most powerful elements of the ”military industrial complex,” which is a business built around the defense industry being so large and powerful that it able to influence the politics of war. This video discusses the structure of the group and explains its history of abuses.



Campaign Reform

If campaign reforms are not created by way of legislation, those candidates who attempt to voluntarily be ethical in their actions are put at a competitive disadvantage by not having the same campaign resources that their competitors have. Some states are now enacting ”Clean Election” laws which help to eliminate the influence of special interest groups. The website publicampaign.org is an organization for the purpose of reforming and reducing the role of special interest money in state and federal elections.





Issues with the lack of public knowledge about the activities of Congress

Members of Congress escape accountability and take unethical liberties due to constituents not being aware of the true agendas of their representatives.


Lack of Transparency about the Activities of Members of Congress and ways of Circumventing the Problem

Even with increased media and activist attention, much of the activities of members of Congress would remain a mystery. A solution to this problem is to increase transparency of the actions of people in Congress by making the activities of its members public through changes in the law and rules of Congress. This could involve making members of Congress be required to post weekly updates of their activities including campaign contributions, meetings with registered lobbyists, their latest earmark requests and significant changes to their personal wealth, as suggested by the website fixcongressfirst.org.


Lack of Mainstream Media Coverage About the Activities of Congress and Ways of Circumventing the Problem

Mainstream media outlets rarely mention the daily activities of Congress in ways understandable to most people. This could be fixed by such outlets incorporating quick daily information about the activities of Congress including issues concerning upcoming bills explained in layman’s terms. Media outlets would need to be pressured into doing so because increased mainstream public knowledge about the daily activities of Congress would conflict with the agendas of those who control the decisions of the media.










Sample Problem:  Plan and implement a process of creating enough public interest to reach the ideal goal state through the legislative process

The use of fraudulent voting machines by the United States Government has been covered by the mainstream media over the past few years, including being featured on numerous news segments, weekly news shows, as well as the HBO documentary Hacking Democracy. Public awareness of the issue is increasing but the problem still has not been fixed.

A way to ensure proper legislation being enacted could be the idea of the creation of a ”reality show” on a major television network which would demonstrate the way Congress works by following the process of a bill becoming a law by using the example of a bill eliminating election fraud in the United States.

The show could define issues of current election fraud in the US, and then explain how the proposed legislation was formulated and how it would eliminate the problem. The show would follow the passage of the Bill through each of the steps of the legislative process, including the approval process of the various committees followed by debate and voting on the bill in both houses.

It would be helpful for the show to be ”multi-part,” with each episode airing soon after being taped in order to generate increasing public interest and about the progress of the bill. The show could include many interviews with individuals in Congress explaining why or why not they are voting for the legislation. Such media attention would force more Congresspeople to vote against the corrupting influence of those they are unethically indebted to.

The show could also focus on a variety of other issues such as the corrupting influence of special interest groups, political action committees, controlling organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the abuse of ”earmarks” by congresspeople, as well as the lack of transparency of the activities of members of Congress.

It would be important for the show to be aired on as mainstream of a television network as possible, and it would be important for the show to have entertainment appeal for audiences who currently view such shows as ”American Idol,” ”Survivor,” and ”The Apprentice.”

Creation of the show may create conflicts of interests for groups who have influence over the content which the television networks present, so public activism by well-known entertainers to create a public demand for the show being created would be helpful, and it would draw even more attention to the show when it is finally aired.












Other Solutions

Following are some sources that describe solutions to current political problems— Webster Tarpley’s book ”Surviving the Cataclysm,” which describes a plan for bringing the United States and the world out of its worsening economic depression and into a period of economic growth and prosperity, and also presented is a pamphlet ”Restoring the Rights of the States and the People,” which explains how the political system of the United States has migrated away from the structure outlined in the Constitution and how to move it toward being restored to those principals.









Article Excerpt:  A Summary of the Book ”Surviving the Cataclysm”

Surviving the Cataclysm by Webster Tarpley
Surviving the Cataclysm by Webster Griffin Tarpley.

The comprehensive book ”Surviving the Cataclysm - Your Guide Through the Greatest Financial Crisis in Human History” by Webster Griffin Tarpley offers an excellent view of the inner workings of the US and world economy that is often concealed by the establishment media, and in the process the book hilights the futility of Barack Obama's current economic strategies while outlining an effective plan for bringing the world out of it’s worsening depression and into economic growth and prosperity.

Major topics of the book include the huge economic problems being caused by the existence of toxic ”derivative” speculation, as well as policies of the Obama administration wastefully pouring massive amounts of money into failed financial institutions rather than dedicating resources such as low-interest credit to restarting the dying US industrial base for rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure.

The book is a thorough and engrossing explanation of global economics written in a manner that is easy for anyone to understand while also being detailed enough to serve as a reference for financial professionals.

This article summarizes only the chapters that make up the 2009 additions to the book, explaining the destructive economic policies of the Obama administration while laying out a strategy for recovering from the worsening depression. Information from the preface is summarized in this article point-by-point along with written descriptions of each of the new chapters.

Webster Tarpley’s website is located at http://www.tarpley.net/

Order the book from ProgressivePress.com.


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Back Cover

Surviving the Cataclysm: Your guide to the greatest Financial Crisis in Human History. The Book that Shows the Way out of the World Depression. Here is the indispensable handbook for the present breakdown crisis and disintegration of the world financial, currency, and banking system. Webster Tarpley builds on his prophetic work of 1999, which showed the world heading for a financial cataclysm and economic depression due to deregulated derivatives speculation, the destruction of modern productive industry, the collapse of the US standard of living, and a globalized hot money casino run by a tiny financier oligarchy. Tarpley calls for a return to the American system of political economy as exemplified by such figures as Hamilton, Clay, Lincoln, FDR, and JFK.

Tarpley shows the criminal futility of the Bush - Paulson - Bernanke bailout of the $1.5 quadrillion derivatives bubble, now continued under cynical and demagogic left cover by the Obama - Geithner - Summers - Bernanke clique. Obama is exposed as the worst Wall St. puppet in recent US history, an anti-FDR peddling a New Deal in reverse for the benefit of zombie bankers, while the American people get the crumbs.

Surviving the Cataclysm advances a benchmark program for world economic recovery, full employment, scientific and technological progress, third world development, and the defense of our threatened civilization. It is a call for wiping out derivatives, banning foreclosures, and nationalizing the failed Federal Reserve System.

Cheap, no-interest Federal credit for production can build 1,000 hospitals, 100,000 miles of high-speed maglev rail, 100 fourth generation high-temperature pebble bed nuclear reactors, while rebuilding the interstate highways and water systems— creating tens of millions of high paid, capital intensive modern jobs in the process.

Tarpley makes the case for science drivers in exploration, colonization, and industrialization on the moon and Mars; high energy physics; and biomedical research. A special chapter discusses the way individuals can survive the crisis.

It you read one book on economics, let this be the one.














Article Excerpt:  A Summary of the Booklet ”Restoring the Rights of the States and the People”

Restoring the Rights of the States and the People by John McManus, published the the John Birch Society.

The 38 page booklet ”Restoring the Rights of the States and the People” explains how the political system of the United States has migrated away from following the structure which has been specified in the U.S. Constitution, and it explains how elements of the current political system could be moved toward being restored to their original Constitutional principals.

The governmental system of United States was originally designed by the Framers of the U.S. Constitution to be a union of independent States, with most of the power belonging to the individual States, and with the federal government being intentionally very limited in it’s powers.

The political configuration of the United States currently consists of much of it’s power resting in a centralized federal government, which is a configuration that the Framers of the Constitution were strongly opposed to and went to great lengths to limit through the laws they created in the Constitution.

The booklet explains major points in the history of the U.S. government’s migration from it’s originally designed configuration in 1787 to how it is configured now, explaining the rationalized excuses and illegal methods that have been used by elements of the political system of the United States in order to implement legislation which is contrary to the laws and intentions of the framers of the Constitution.

Methods are then described that can be used by citizens and politicians to move the government toward restoring key elements of it’s originally planned configuration as laid out by it’s founders.

This booklet has been written by John McManus, and is distributed by The John Birch Society.

[Editor's Note, October 7, 2011— This booklet is very informative about the differences between how the U.S. Constitution has been specified and how American society is structured today. Major socialist agendas have been implemented in the United States during the past two centuries which exist contrary to the specifications of the Constitution. Many of such agendas are pointed to as being helpful for society, and it is true that many have been helpful, however those agendas have been implemented by making use of dishonest interpretations of the Constitution at the expense of such goals being reached by better methods. Often it is shown that such implementations contain deceptive and dangerous ulterior motives which are designed to ultimately destroy the sovereignty of the United States in favor of establishing an Oligarchical one world government. Also, it should be noted that a surprising omission from this booklet is a description of the reductions of liberties of rights which have occurred due to the implementation of recent legislation such as the Patriot Act.]

Also view the documentary video Overview of America.


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Full Article Tree - Creating Political Change Through Communication and Legislation
Following is a map of the pages within this entire article.

Creating Political Change Through Communication and Legislation
A Summary of Election Fraud Issues in the United States
Audio: Alex Jones Speaks With Vote Fraud Activist Bev Harris
Audio: Alex Jones Speaks with Vote Fraud Activist Vickie Karp
Video: Hacking Democracy - Hacking Votes Using Only a Memory Card
Video: Votergate
Media Bias Effecting Awareness of Important Issues
Deriving the Most Effective Activist Communication for Creating Political Change
Video: Behind the Big News: Clip 2 of 3, How the CFR Controls the American Media
Video: Deception at the Million Mom March
Audio: Media Personality Glenn Beck is "Controlled Opposition"
Audio: Journalist Wayne Madsen explains why ”WikiLeaks” is not what it appears to be
A Summary of the Book Do As I Say (Not As I Do)
A Summary of Political Activism Issues
Video: ”Black Bloc” provocateurs get green light to rampage at the 2010 Toronto G20 economic summit
Video: Seattle WTO Riots: Problem, Reaction, Solution
Video: Behind the Big News: Infiltration of the Anti-WTO Movement
Video: Infiltration of an Activist Protest in Quebec
Video: ”Provocateur agents” caught attempting to incite violence at a peaceful Quebec demonstration
Tea Party Co-Founder Laments Hijacking of Movement
”Coffee Party” Founder is Obama Campaign Operative
Deriving the Most Effective Activist Communication for Creating Political Change
Legislative Issues for Creating Political Change
Video: Schoolhouse Rock - How a Bill Becomes a Law
Video: The Iron Triangle - The Carlisle Group
A Summary of the Book ”Surviving the Cataclysm”
A Summary of the Booklet ”Restoring the Rights of the States and the People”





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