Coincidence, ..yea, ..or, ..nay?

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According to Webster: “co·in·ci·dence,” (in context) A sequence of events that although accidental seems to have been planned or arranged.

(Sidebar).

Not forgetting that we (ordinary common folks) live in the 21st century, ..where technology is available, i.e., (Photoshop) to create, ..and/or, ..re-create, ..anything in nature, ..and/or, ..in our wildest imaginations.

Continuing…

“A coincidence (often stated as a mere coincidence) is a collection of two or more events or conditions, closely related by time, space, form, or other associations which appear unlikely to bear a relationship as either cause to effect or effects of a shared cause, within the observer’s or observers’ understanding of what cause can produce what effects.” (Source Wikipedia).

Coincidences vs. caused events…

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Measuring the probability of any series of coincidences is the most common method of evaluating and determining mere coincidence or connected causality.

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The mathematically naive person seems to have a more acute awareness than the specialist of the basic paradox of probability theory, over which philosophers have puzzled ever since Pascal initiated that branch of science [1654] (for the purpose of improving the gambling prospects of a philosopher friend, the Chevalier de Méré).

The paradox consists, loosely speaking, in the fact that probability theory is able to predict with uncanny precision the overall outcome of processes made up out of a large number of individual happenings, each of which in itself is unpredictable. 

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In other words, we observe a large number of uncertainties producing a certainty, a large number of chance events creating a lawful total outcome. (Source, Arthur Koestler, The Roots of Coincidence).

To establish cause and effect (causality) is notoriously difficult, expressed by the widely accepted statement “correlation does not imply causation”. In statistics, it is generally accepted that observational studies can give hints, but can never establish cause and effect. With the probability paradox considered, it would seem that the larger the set of coincidences, the more certainty rises and the more it appears that there is some cause behind the effects of this large-set certainty of random, coincidental events.

Interpretation…

A coincidence lacks a definite causal connection. Any given set of coincidences may be just a form of synchronicity, that being the experience of events which are causally unrelated, and yet their occurring together carries meaning to the person observing the events.

(In order to count as synchronicity, the events should be unlikely to occur together by chance).

Science…

Science is the practice of constructing theoretical explanations of how events (phenomena) happen to repeatedly coincide.

Remarkable coincidences sometimes lead to theories involving the supernatural or psychic forces.

Or the explanation that a person or persons intentionally acted and the coincidence is the evidence of these actions

Conspiracy Theory…

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A conspiracy theory is an explanatory proposition that accuses a person, group or organization of having caused or covered up an event or phenomenon of great social, political, or economic impact.

Question: Am I, (Crusader Rabbit), a conspiracy theorist?

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According to Webster: “con·spir·a·cy,” An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act.

Keeping Merriam-Webster’s definition in mind less move ahead to; …

Plausible deniability…

History;

Plausible deniability is a term coined by the CIA during the Kennedy administration to describe the withholding of information from senior officials in order to protect them from repercussions in the event that illegal or unpopular activities by the CIA became public knowledge.

The term most often refers to the denial of blame in (formal or informal) chains of command, where senior figures assign responsibility to the lower ranks, and records of instructions given do not exist or are inaccessible, meaning independent confirmation of responsibility for the action is nearly impossible.

In the case that illegal or otherwise disreputable and unpopular activities become public, high-ranking officials may deny any awareness of such act or any connection to the agents used to carry out such acts. The lack of evidence to the contrary ostensibly makes the denial plausible, that is, credible.

The term typically implies forethought, such as intentionally setting up the conditions to plausibly avoid responsibility for one’s (future) actions or knowledge.

In politics and espionage, deniability refers to the ability of a “powerful player” or intelligence agency to avoid “blowback” by secretly arranging for an action to be taken on their behalf by a third party ostensibly unconnected with the major player.

In political campaigns, plausible deniability enables candidates to stay “clean” and denounce third-party advertisements that use unethical approaches or potentially libellous innuendo.

More generally, “plausible deniability” can also apply to any act that leaves little or no evidence of wrongdoing or abuse.

Examples of this are the use of electric shock, waterboarding or pain-compliance holds as a means of torture or punishment, leaving few or no tangible signs that the abuse ever took place.

Plausible deniability is also a legal concept. It refers to lack of evidence proving an allegation.

Standards of proof vary in civil and criminal cases.

In civil cases, the standard of proof is “preponderance of the evidence” whereas, …

In a criminal matter, the standard is “beyond a reasonable doubt.”

If an opponent lacks incontrovertible proof (evidence) of their allegation, one can “plausibly deny” the allegation even though it may be true. Arguably, the key concept of plausible deniability is plausibility.

It is fairly easy for a government official to issue a blanket denial of an action, and it is possible to destroy or cover up evidence after the fact, and this might be sufficient to avoid a criminal prosecution, for instance.

However, the public might well disbelieve the denial, particularly if there is strong circumstantial evidence, or if the action is believed to be so unlikely that the only possible explanation is that the denial is false.

The concept is even more important in espionage. Intelligence may come from many sources, including human sources. The exposure of information to which only a few people are privileged may directly implicate some of those people in the exposure. Take for example a scenario where an official is travelling secretly and only one of his aides knows the specific travel plans. The official is assassinated during his travels, and the circumstances of the assassination strongly suggest that the assassin had foreknowledge of the official’s travel plans. The probable conclusion is that the official has been betrayed by his aide. There may be no direct evidence linking the aide to the assassin, but collaboration can be inferred on the facts alone, thus making the aide’s denial implausible.

The expression “plausibly deniable” was first used publicly by Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director Allen Dulles. The idea, on the other hand, is considerably older.

For example, in the 19th century, Charles Babbage described the importance of having “a few simply honest men” on a committee who could be temporarily eliminated when “a peculiarly delicate question arises” so that one of them could “declare truly, if necessary, that he never was present at any meeting at which even a questionable course had been proposed.”

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So now, with your education advanced beyond what it was prior to logging on to my site today, I’m ready to inform you that I received a not (run-of-the-mill) forward from my friend Kenny a couple a days ago. A forward, (surprisingly enough) that I didn’t have to verify, as the information with-in, (WAS) information that I had researched and verified over the past two years, as it (WAS) information that I have provided in previous blogs.

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Thus: …

“None of those coincidences, by themselves, may mean much. But taken as a whole it is almost impossible to believe they were all the result of chance. Consider the Obama-related coincidences:

(Pay close Attention): …

Obama (just happened) to know 60’s far-left radical revolutionary William Ayers, whose father (just happened) to be Thomas Ayers, who (just happened) to be a close friend of Obama’s communist mentor Frank Marshall Davis, who (just happened) to work at the communist-sympathizing Chicago Defender with Vernon Jarrett, who (just happened) to later become the father-in-law of Iranian-born leftist Valerie Jarrett, who Obama (just happened) to choose as his closest White House advisor, and who (just happened) to have been CEO of Habitat Company, which (just happened) to manage public housing in Chicago, which (just happened) to get millions of dollars from the Illinois state legislature, and which (just happened) not to properly maintain the housing—which eventually (just happened) to require demolition.

Valerie Jarrett also (just happened) to work for the city of Chicago, and (just happened) to hire Michelle LaVaughan Robinson (later Obama), who (just happened) to have worked at the Sidley Austin law firm, where former fugitive from the FBI Bernardine Dohrn also (just happened) to work, and where Barack Obama (just happened) to get a summer job.

Bernardine Dohrn (just happened) to be married to William Ayers, with whom she (just happened) to have hidden from the FBI at a San Francisco marina, along with Donald Warden, who (just happened) to change his name to Khalid al-Mansour, and Warden/al-Mansour (just happened) be a mentor of Black Panther Party founders Huey Newton and Bobby Seale and a close associate of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and al-Mansour (just happened) to be financial adviser to a Saudi Prince, who (just happened) to donate cash to Harvard, for which Obama (just happened) to get a critical letter of recommendation from Percy Sutton, who (just happened) to have been the attorney for Malcolm X, who (just happened) to know Kenyan politician Tom Mboya, who (just happened) to be a close friend of Barack Hussein Obama, Sr., who (just happened) to meet Malcolm X when he traveled to Kenya.

Obama, Sr. (just happened) to have his education at the University of Hawaii paid for by the Laubach Literacy Institute, which (just happened) to have been supported by Elizabeth Mooney Kirk, who (just happened) to be a friend of Malcolm X, who (just happened) to have been associated with the Nation of Islam, which was later headed by Louis Farrakhan, who (just happened) to live very close to Obama’s Chicago mansion, which also (just happened) to be located very close to the residence of William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, who (just happened) to have been occasional baby-sitters for Malia and Natasha Obama, whose parents (just happened) not to mind exposing their daughters to bomb-making communists.

After attending Occidental College and Columbia University, where he (just happened) to have foreign Muslim roommates, Obama moved to Chicago to work for the Industrial Areas Foundation, an organization that (just happened) to have been founded by Marxist and radical agitator Saul “the Red” Alinsky, author of Rules for Radicals, who (just happened) to be the topic of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s thesis at Wellesley College, and Obama’s $25,000 salary at IAF (just happened) to be funded by a grant from the Woods Fund, which was founded by the Woods family, whose Sahara Coal company (just happened) to provide coal to Commonwealth Edison, whose CEO (just happened) to be Thomas Ayers, whose son William Ayers (just happened) to serve on the board of the Woods Fund, along with Barack Obama.

Obama also worked on voter registration drives in Chicago in the 1980s and (just happened) to work with leftist political groups like the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and Socialist International (SI), through which Obama met Carl Davidson, who (just happened) to travel to Cuba during the Vietnam War to sabotage the U.S. war effort, and who (just happened) to be a former member of the SDS and a member of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, which (just happened) to sponsor a 2002 anti-war rally at which Obama spoke, and which (just happened) to have been organized by Marilyn Katz, a former SDS activist and later public relations consultant who (just happened) to be a long-time friend of Obama’s political hatchet man, David Axelrod.

Obama joined Trinity United Church of Christ (TUCC), whose pastor was Reverend Jeremiah Wright, a fiery orator who (just happened) to preach Marxism and Black Liberation Theology and who delivered anti-white, anti-Jew, and anti-American sermons, which Obama (just happened) never to hear because he (just happened) to miss church only on the days when Wright was at his “most enthusiastic,” and Obama (just happened) never to notice that Oprah Winfrey left the church because it was too radical, and (just happened) never to notice that the church gave the vile anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan a lifetime achievement award.

Although no one had ever heard of him at the time, Obama (just happened) to receive an impossible-to-believe $125,000 advance to write a book about race relations, which he (just happened) to fail to write while using the cash to vacation in Bali with his wife Michelle, and despite his record of non-writing he just happened to receive a second advance, for $40,000, from another publisher, and he eventually completed a manuscript called Dreams From My Father, which (just happened) to strongly reflect the writing style of William Ayers, who (just happened) to trample on an American flag for the cover photograph of the popular Chicago magazine, which Obama (just happened) never to see even though it appeared on newsstands throughout the city.

Obama was hired by the law firm Miner, Banhill and Galland, which (just happened) to specialize in negotiating state government contracts to develop low-income housing, and which (just happened) to deal with now-imprisoned Tony Rezko and his firm Rezar, and with slumlord Valerie Jarrett, and the law firm’s Judson Miner (just happened) to have been a classmate of Bernardine Dohrn, wife of William Ayers.

In 1994 Obama represented ACORN and another plaintiff in a lawsuit against Citibank for denying mortgages to blacks (Buycks-Roberson v. Citibank Federal Savings Bank), and the lawsuit (just happened) to result in banks being blackmailed into approving subprime loans for poor credit risks, a trend which (just happened) to spread nationwide, and which (just happened) to lead to the collapse of the housing bubble, which (just happened) to help Obama defeat John McCain in the 2008 presidential election.

In 1996 Obama ran for the Illinois State Senate and joined the “New Party,” which (just happened) to promote Marxism, and Obama was supported by Dr. Quentin Yong, a socialist who (just happened) to support a government takeover of the health care system.

In late 1999 Obama purportedly engaged in homosexual activities and cocaine-snorting in the back of a limousine with a man named Larry Sinclair, who claims he was contacted in late 2007 by Donald Young, who (just happened) to be the gay choir director of Obama’s Chicago church and who shared information with Sinclair about Obama, and Young (just happened) to be murdered on December 23, 2007, just weeks after Larry Bland, another gay member of the church, (just happened) to be murdered, and both murders (just happened) to have never been solved.

In 2008 Sinclair held a press conference to discuss his claims, and (just happened) to be arrested immediately after the event, based on a warrant issued by Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, who (just happened) to be the son of Joe Biden.

In 2003 Obama and his wife attended a dinner in honor of Rashid Khalidi, who (just happened) to be a former PLO operative, harsh critic of Israel, and advocate of Palestinian rights, and who Obama claims he does not know, even though the Obama’s (just happened) to have dined more than once at the home of Khalidi and his wife, Mona, and (just happened) to have used them as occasional baby-sitters. Obama reportedly praised Khalidi at the decidedly anti-Semitic event, which William Ayers (just happened) to also attend, and the event Obama pretends he never attended was sponsored by the Arab American Action Network, to which Obama (just happened) to have funneled cash while serving on the board of the Woods Fund with William Ayers, and one speaker at the dinner remarked that if Palestinians cannot secure a return of their land, Israel “will never see a day of peace,” and entertainment at the dinner included a Muslim children’s dance whose performances (just happened) to include simulated beheadings with fake swords, and stomping on American, Israeli, and British flags, and Obama allegedly told the audience that “Israel has no God-given right to occupy Palestine” and there has been “genocide against the Palestinian people by (the) Israelis,” and the Los Angeles Times has a videotape of the event but (just happens) to refuse to make it public.

In the 2004 Illinois Democrat primary race for the U.S. Senate, front-runner Blair Hull (just happened) to be forced out of the race after David Axelrod (just happened) to manage to get Hull’s sealed divorce records unsealed, which (just happened) to enable Obama to win the primary, so he could face popular Republican Jack Ryan, whose sealed child custody records from his divorce (just happened) to become unsealed, forcing Ryan to withdraw from the race, which (just happened) to enable the unqualified Obama to waltz into the U.S. Senate, where, after a mere 143 days of work, he (just happened) to decide he was qualified to run for President of the United States.

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“Tolerance is the last virtue of a dying society.” –Aristotle 

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Crusader Rabbit…

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