A gaming exercise of the perfect, indigenous color revolution, code-named Blue, was leaked from a major think tank established in the imperial lands that first designed the color revolution concept. Not all the information disclosed here about the gaming of Blue has been declassified. That may well elicit a harsh response from the Deep State, even as a similar scenario was gamed by an outfit called Transition Integrity Project. Both scenarios should qualify as predictive programming – with the Deep State preparing the general public, in advance, for exactly how things will play out.   The standard playbook for a color revolution rules that it would normally start in the capital city of nation-state X, during an election cycle, with freedom fighting “rebels” enjoying
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A gaming exercise of the perfect, indigenous color revolution, code-named Blue, was leaked from a major think tank established in the imperial lands that first designed the color revolution concept.

Not all the information disclosed here about the gaming of Blue has been declassified. That may well elicit a harsh response from the Deep State, even as a similar scenario was gamed by an outfit called Transition Integrity Project.

Both scenarios should qualify as predictive programming – with the Deep State preparing the general public, in advance, for exactly how things will play out.  

The standard playbook for a color revolution rules that it would normally start in the capital city of nation-state X, during an election cycle, with freedom fighting “rebels” enjoying full national and international media support.

Blue concerns a presidential election in the Hegemon. In the gaming exercise, the incumbent president, codenamed Buffoon, was painted red. The challenger, codenamed Corpse, was painted blue.

Blue – the exercise – went up a notch because, compared with its predecessors, the starting point was not a mere insurgency but a pandemic. And not just any pandemic, but a really serious, bad to the bone global pandemic with an explosive infection fatality rate of less than 1%.

By a fortunate coincidence, the lethal pandemic allowed Blue operators to promote mail-in ballots as the safest available socially distant voting procedure.

That connected with a rash of polls predicting an all but inevitable Blue win in the election – even a Blue Wave.

Plenty of shadow play at America’s presidential elections. Photo: AFP

The premise is simple: take down the economy and deflate a sitting president whose stated mission is to drive a booming economy. In tandem, convince public opinion that actually getting to the polls is a health hazard. 

The Blue production committee takes no chances, publicly announcing it would contest any result that contradicted the prepackaged outcome: Blue’s final victory in a quirky, anachronistic, anti-direct-democracy body called the “Electoral College.”

If Red should somehow win, Blue would wait until every vote had been counted and duly litigated to every jurisdictional level. Relying on massive media support and social media marketing propelled to saturation levels, Blue would then proclaim that “under no scenario” would Red be permitted to declare victory.   

Countdown to magic voting

Election Day comes. Vote counting is running smoothly – mail-in count, election day count, up to the minute tallies – but mostly favoring Red, especially in three states always essential for capturing the presidency. Red is also leading in what are characterized as “swing states.”  

But then, just as a TV network prematurely calls a supposedly assured Red state for Blue, all vote-counting stops before midnight in major urban areas in key swing states under Blue governors, with Red in the lead.

Blue operators stop counting to check whether their scenario directed toward a Blue victory can roll out without bringing in mail-in ballots. Their preferred mechanism is to manufacture the “will of the people” by keeping up an illusion of fairness. 

Yet they can always rely, as their Plan B, on urban mail-in ballots that are on tap, hot and cold, until Blue squeaks by in two particularly key swing states that Red bagged in a previous election.

That’s what happens. Starting at 2 am, and later into the night, enter a batch of “magic” votes in these two key states. The sudden, vertical upward “adjustment” includes the case of a batch of 130k+ pro-Blue votes cast in a county alongside not a single pro-Red vote – a statistical miracle of Holy Ghost proportions.

Stuffing the ballot box is a typical scam applied in Banana Republic declinations of color revolution. Blue operators use the tried and tested method applied to the gold futures market, when a sudden drop of naked shorts drives down the gold price, thus protecting the US dollar. 

Blue operators bet that the compliant mainstream media/Big Tech alliance will not question that, well, out of the blue, the vote would swing toward Blue in a 2 out of 3 or 3 out of 4 margin.

Fulton County election workers examine ballots while vote counting at State Farm Arena on November 5, 2020, in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo: Tami Chappell / AFP

They bet no questions will be asked on how a 2% to 5% positive ballot trend in Red’s favor in a few states turned into a 0.5% to 1.4% trend in favor of Blue by about 4 am. 

Or on how this discrepancy happens in two swing states almost simultaneously. 

Or on the fact that some precincts turn in more presidential votes than they have registered voters.

Or that in each of several swing states, the number of extra mysterious votes for Blue far exceeds votes cast for the Senate candidates in that state, when the record shows that down-ticket totals are traditionally close.

And that turnout in one of these states would be 89.25%. 

The day after Election Day there are vague explanations that one of the possible vote-dumps was just a “clerical error,” while in another disputed state there is no justification for accepting ballots with no postmark. 

Blue operators relax because the mainstream media/Big Tech alliance squashes each and every complaint as “conspiracy theories.”  

Red counter-revolution

The two presidential candidates do not exactly help their own cases.

Codename Corpse, in a Freudian slip, has revealed his party’s setup of the most extensive and “diverse” fraud scheme ever.

Not only Corpse is about to be investigated for a shady computer-related scheme. He is a stage 2 dementia patient with a rapidly unraveling profile – kept barely functional by drugs, which can’t prevent his mind from slowly shutting down. 

Codename Buffoon, true to his instincts, goes pre-emptive, declaring the whole election a fraud but without offering a smoking gun. He is duly debunked by the mainstream media/Big Tech alliance for spreading “false claims.”       

All this is happening as a wily, old, bitter operator not only has declared that the only admissible scenario is a Blue victory; she has already positioned herself for a top security job. 

Blue also games that Red would immediately embark on a single-minded path ahead: regiment an army of lawyers demanding access to every registration roll to scrub, review and verify each and every mail-in ballot, a process of de facto forensic analysis.  

Yet Blue cannot foresee how many fake ballots will be unveiled during recounts.

As Corpse is set to declare victory, Buffoon eyes the long game, set to take the whole thing all the way to the Supreme Court.

The Red machine has already gamed it – as it has been fully aware of how operation Blue is to be played.

The Red counter-revolution does carry the potential of strategically checkmating Blue.

It is a three-pronged attack – with Red using the Judiciary Committee, the full Senate and the attorney-general, all under the authority of codename Buffoon, until Inauguration Day. The end game after a vicious legal battle is to overthrow Blue. 

Red’s top operators have the option of setting up a Senate commission to investigate Corpse – or a special counsel, to be appointed by the Department of Justice at the request of the Judiciary Committee. 

Donald Trump supporters pose hold signs in protest outside the TCF center where ballots are being counted in downtown Detroit on November 4, 2020. Photo: AFP / Seth Herald

In the meantime, two electoral college votes, one month apart, are required to certify the presidential winner.

These votes will happen in the middle of one and perhaps two investigations focused on Corpse. Any state represented at the electoral college may object to approval of an investigated Corpse; in this case, it’s illegal for that state to allow its electors to certify the state’s presidential results.

Corpse may even be impeached by his own party, under the 25th Amendment, due to his irreversible mental decline.  

The resulting chaos would have to be resolved by the Red-leaning Supreme Court. Not exactly the outcome favored by Blue.

House always wins

The heart of the matter is that this think tank gaming transcends both Red and Blue. It’s all about the Deep State’s end game.

There’s nothing like a massive psy op embedded in a WWE-themed theater under the sign of Divide and Rule to pit mob versus mob, with half of the mob rebelling against what it perceives as an illegitimate government. The 0.00001% comfortably surveys the not-only-metaphorical carnage from above. 

Even as the Deep State, using its Blue minions, would never have allowed codename Buffoon to prevail, again, domestic Divide and Rule might be seen as the least disastrous outcome for the world at large.

A civil war context in theory distracts the Deep State from bombing more Global South latitudes into the dystopian “democracy” charade it is now enacting.

And yet a domestic Empire of Chaos gridlock may well encourage more foreign adventures as a necessary diversion to tie the room together.

And that’s the beauty of the Blue gaming exercise: The house wins, one way or another.