Monday, June 8, 2009

Definitions Better Than Webster's: Part 23

"A 'false' problem is one that, on the surface, appears to be valid, but upon closer scrutiny is only a symptom of the true problem...When the underlying dynamic is exposed, analyzed and understood, it is possible to remedy the symptom (false problem). Only then can short-term and long-term tactics be developed. When the underlying cause is discovered, addressed and neutralized, the false problem begins to wither away." -From, "The Isis Papers" By: Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

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