FAIR PROCESS in SPITE of a RIGGED SYSTEM
by Aaron Dietrich Sept 25, 2018
OK, this is cool. Kavanaugh said “fair process” 17 times during his interview yesterday. 17! Most of ya’ll get that relevance, 17th letter is Q. But “fair process“, that’s a HUGE reveal that not a lot of people will get right away. I’ve been following this principle thru this process from mid ’16.
How do you get a Fair Process and a Fair Result in a Rigged System?
Now please don’t fall for their pre-programmed negative response to the following “dirty” S-word and keep reading, because it’s something they really don’t want you to understand. The only way to get a Fair Deal out of a Rigged System is thru “Spite” (dirty S-word… but it’s not really) manifested as Altruistic Punishment.
It’s not only sound science, but it’s the only potential solid strategy to beat a Rigged Game. This strategy has been at play since before ’16, and the Rigged System was forefront all thru the election that year and Trump (and Bernie) were all about talking about the Rigged/Unfair System. Our natural psychological response to a Rigged Deal/Game/System is what is described as Spite, and it’s well studied.
Spite is really defined as sacrificing something of yourself to punish another. This kinda (public) breakthrough study into how and why Spite manifests shows that by allowing for “negative assortment” in a more advanced version of the classic Ultimatum Game studies done before, they saw how that Spite organized into a Force of Altruistic Punishment ready to reject (and fight) the Unfair and Rigged System to get a Fair Process and Fair Result!
This is no coincidence that he said Fair Process 17 times, and Q has organized the negative assortment of US to become a force of Altruistic Punishment to force a Fair Process and Fair System!!
Relevant study below.
The Evolution of Fairness through SPITE
The presence of apparently irrational fair play in the ultimatum game remains a focal point for studies in the evolution of social behavior. We investigate the role of negative assortment in the evolution of fair play in the ultimatum game. Spite—social behavior that inflicts harm with no direct benefit to the actor—can evolve when it is disproportionally directed at individuals playing different strategies. The introduction of negative assortment alters the dynamics in a way that increases the chance fairness evolves, but at a cost: spite also evolves. Fairness is usually linked to cooperation and prosocial behavior, but this study shows that it may have evolutionary links to harmful antisocial behavior. 
…remains a focal point for studies in the evolution of social behavior. We investigate the role of negative assortment in the evolution of fair play in the ultimatum game. Spite social behavior that inflicts harm with no direct benefit to the actor can evolve when it is disproportionally directed ~~~
Kavanaugh asks for a ‘fair process’ 17 times during interview
Following Judge Kavanaugh’s interview on Fox News defending himself against allegations of sexual assault, Chris Jansing breaks down this decision and what he and his wife had to say. Weighing in: MSNBC Legal Analyst Maya Wiley, former Florida Congressman David Jolly, and former White House Communications Director for the Obama Administration Anita Dunn. 
The principle of spite, it’s strategic applications, it’s psychological potentials, and how that has been the backbone of “the Plan” in a big way! And the more we as that organization can be conscious of this part of the plan, the more that natural deep seeded feeling of Spite goes from subconscious to a manifestation of true Altruistic Punishment in not only an organized way because it’s sound strategy, but it really becomes empowering energetically and frees you from the negative association with really feeling spite towards something so unfair. Just like they did with the term “conspiracy theorist” making that a negative, they did the same with “spite” because critical thinking leads to realizing how unfair the system is, and altruistic punishment is the natural reaction they fear the most.
And put Kavanaugh’s 17 “fair process” statements in context with potential upcoming military tribunals and his understanding of their application TODAY – 
and Trump’s relevant EO 13825 –
2018 Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States
Issued on: March 1, 2018
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including chapter 47 of title 10, United States Code (Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), 10 U.S.C. 801-946), and in order to prescribe amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States, prescribed by Executive Order 12473 of April 13, 1984, as amended, it is hereby ordered as follows: 
 Aaron Dietrich