We find ourselves in a precarious moment in our nation’s history, where the flames of division are being deliberately fanned, and the very foundations of our constitutional republic are under threat of being dismantled.

If you have been a dedicated follower of my podcasts, you may recall one of my most popular episodes released on November 2nd, 2020, titled The Great Reset. During this episode, I delved into a concept known as “The Big Sort” and its crucial role within the Great Reset agenda. The Great Reset cannot be achieved without the implementation of the Big Sort, which primarily relies on identity politics driven through education and social media to actualize a divide and conquer strategy. The Big Sort acts as the complementary “ying” to The Great Reset’s “yang,” utilizing identity politics to fragment and weaken the United States of America.

When encountering the term “identity politics,” one might immediately associate it with Critical Race Theory or the various exaggerated insults and allegations of white supremacy and white privilege that often accompany it.

It is important to consider that in a well-coordinated effort to destabilize a nation, the orchestrating party must exert control over every aspect of the process, including all stages of the dialectic:

  1. Problem: Creating or exacerbating a crisis or issue.
  2. Reaction: Manipulating public sentiment and generating a specific response to the problem.
  3. Solution: Proposing and implementing a predetermined solution that serves the interests of the orchestrators.

This comprehensive approach ensures that the desired outcome is achieved, allowing those in control to shape the narrative and steer the course of events.

The party employing the dialectical strategy typically has a preconceived solution they aim to achieve, which, in some cases, may involve the ultimate goal of dismantling the United States of America. Their strategy may involve:

  1. Shattering and fracturing the unity of the nation into smaller, fragmented entities.
  2. Manipulating and reshaping these fragmented pieces to fit their predetermined vision of supranational rule.

By implementing this approach, they seek to undermine the existing structure and reshape it according to their own agenda, potentially leading to the erosion of national sovereignty and the establishment of a supranational governing system.

The operator of the dialectic will start with creating the problem on the left (CRT & radical subjectivism) and then create the reaction from the right (White identitarianism and the idea of Balkanizing the U.S. and creating hundreds of mini identitarian CHAZ-type autonomous zones).

Throughout the course of this process, both the *Problem* Leftist faction and the *Reaction* Right faction will propose similar remedies:

  • Abolish the constitution
  • Nullify inalienable rights
  • Establish micro-affinity nations
  • Eradicate national cohesion

One need not search far beyond the Fabian Window, currently displayed at the London School of Economics, to witness the essence of this concept.

George Bernard Shaw and Sydney Webb, engaged in a fervent session of pounding away at the earth on an anvil, symbolize their intent to reshape the world, fracturing and reshaping the world.

Nestled between Shaw and Webb lies the original Fabian logo: a representation of a wolf cunningly disguised as a sheep.

The emblem of the wolf in sheep’s clothing on the shield serves as a deceptive symbol, emphasizing a key distinction between the Fabians and the communists. Unlike the communists, who advocate for revolution and violence, the Fabians employ subversive tactics in their pursuit of establishing a socialist state. This emblem encapsulates the Fabians’ strategic approach to achieving their goals.

At the top of the window, the phrase “Remould it nearer to the heart’s desire” is prominently displayed. This specific phrase is derived from the works of Omar Khayyam, an 11th-century polymath known for his esoteric, alchemic, and religious-philosophical ideas. In the context of the Fabian window, this phrase suggests the Fabians’ intention to reshape society in alignment with their deepest aspirations and ideals

Contextually, Khayyam’s phrase from the Fabian window is:

Ah Love! Could thou and I with Fate conspire
To grasp this sorry Scheme of Things entire,
Would not we shatter it to bits — and then
Re-mould it nearer to the Heart’s Desire!

In this poetic phrase, several elements should be understood:

  1. Realizing that the entire scheme of things in the world is not in the state that you wish them to be
  2. Conspiring to change those things that you think need changing
  3. Shattering it to bits
  4. Remoulding those shattered bits into your vision

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The entire process described is executed with strategic intent. Utilizing tactics such as identity politics, fostering divisions between groups (vaccinated vs unvaccinated, Christian vs Atheist, black vs white), or any other means available, the aim is to erode any sense of community or unity that could potentially oppose the quest for power. By fragmenting society and creating discord, those seeking to overthrow the United States can exploit the resulting divisions to further their own agenda.

Within this divisive conflict, both the extreme left and extreme right may urge their devoted followers to forsake the fundamental pillars that have traditionally served as stable anchors in our nation::

  • Objective truth, by promoting subjective narratives and disregarding factual evidence.
  • Inalienable rights, by advocating for selective rights based on ideological preferences.
  • The constitution, by questioning its relevance or seeking to dispose of it all together.
  • Tolerance, by fostering an atmosphere of hostility and animosity towards differing viewpoints.
  • Fair play, by embracing tactics that prioritize winning at all costs over ethical conduct.

By encouraging the abandonment of these crucial societal foundations, both extremes seek to undermine the principles that have long upheld our collective well-being and harmony.

Consequently, individuals start seeking charismatic figures who ride the metaphorical horse of simulacra, brandishing a simulated flag, and proclaiming, “Follow me! I possess the solutions!”

Regrettably, due to the influence of confidence bias and various other factors, these radical messiahs become abundant. People, yearning for guidance and desperate for change, may be susceptible to the allure of these confident but newly established leaders who promise that their untenable road to utopia is the only solution. The abundance of such figures further complicates the already fragmented landscape, making it challenging to discern genuine leaders from those who exploit the vulnerabilities of the disillusioned masses.

From this perspective, it is beyond obvious that both the left (problem) and the right (neo-reaction) converge on similar solutions:

  • Advocating for the establishment of micro-nation autonomous zones, where smaller self-governing entities replace the current unified nation-state.
  • Proposing the dissolution of the constitution, questioning its relevance, and seeking alternative frameworks.
  • Calling for the end of private property, advocating for collective ownership or redistribution of resources.
  • Seeking control over religion, potentially through regulation or suppression of certain beliefs.
  • Ultimately, aiming for the dissolution or transformation of the United States as it currently exists.

Despite their ideological differences, both sides find common ground in these proposed solutions, further blurring the lines between them and potentially leading to a significant transformation of the societal and political landscape.

The described outcome is the consequence following the lead of the Big Sort and the process of Balkanization. As societal divisions deepen and communities become increasingly fragmented, the unity and cohesion of the United States will be compromised. This will potentially pave the way for a shift towards a more globalized society, where national identities and boundaries become less significant.

What is our answer to the strategy of the Big Sort?

The answer to countering the strategy of the Big Sort lies in reclaiming and upholding our constitutional principles and utilizing the legal means available to address the challenges posed by revolutionary agitators. By reaffirming our commitment to the Constitution, we can safeguard the fundamental rights and values that have long been the bedrock of our nation. We must remember that it is crucial to engage in open dialogue, promote understanding, and work toward restoring national unity. Additionally, utilizing legal mechanisms to address any subversive activities can help maintain the integrity of our democratic institutions.

Ultimately, a combined effort to uphold constitutional principles and foster unity is essential in navigating the challenges posed by Big Sort strategies.

Join me in this vitally important podcast that describes the what, how, and why behind the deceptive attempts to Balkanize our nation.

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Michael O'Fallon
Michael O’Fallon is the Founder of Sovereign Nations, a media site dedicated to the preservation of national sovereignty.

2 Comments to: The Big Sort: Balkanization | Public Occurrences, Ep. 116

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    Peter Klug

    August 29th, 2023

    I understand your dialectic reference. However I certainly don’t see a reaction from people of faith directing their energy towards violence. Instead I see people focusing on Yeshua, Jesus as the answer to our fallen world. Loving people for being people created by Yahweh. The people of faith in the United States are longing for a return to the US Constitution. Not the abolition of the US Constitution. I see an absolute failure of the dialectic in this case. Revival is coming!!

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    Lewis Ricker

    September 5th, 2023

    Have you talking about the bulk organization of America or probably a decade or so now. I don’t want to say it’s inevitable but it would take an awfully large movement of God and or his people to stem that tide, and as you know and right about that’s not likely to happen anytime soon.


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