Ace, I'm not sure where you're headed with your comments about objections being a request for assistance as a "notion". Xerox based part of their sales training on this premise.
The idea of "removing objections" seems to me unrealistic as what Xerox trains is "recognizing objections". Here's my point: conditions (one type of objection) cannot be "removed". For example, "...we're within a week of bankruptcy..." is a objection/condition which cannot be removed. It MUST be uncovered, identified/clarified, and the SR must move on.
My comments come from 30+ years of B2B sales. My formal sales training comes from Xerox, 3M, Apple Computer, etc. I am currently offering sales consulting services.
Ace, I'm not sure that the language utilized in your post is helping you put forward your thought on the topic. Perhaps, you could re-word your post.