Critical Thinking

In the upside-down world we now find ourselves navigating, this might be the most important tool to have in your box.

The ability to discern right from wrong, truth from complete fiction, has never been more vital.

There’s a war going on. It’s a psychological war. You’re either aware of it and fighting back or you’re not, but it’s real and people are dying each day because of it.

Experts now warn us:

Don’t Go Down the Rabbit Hole 
Critical thinking, as we’re taught to do it, isn’t helping in the fight against misinformation.

This is from The New York Times and is, in my opinion, utter garbage, so I won’t bother with a link. Just search the headline, and read it for yourself.

It does, however, illustrate the crazy lengths that they’re now willing to go to in an ongoing effort to keep as many people as possible under their mind control.

Brainwashed slaves are the happiest, or so I’ve been told.

If you do decide to open yourself up to what’s really going on, you’ll quickly find what all the mask wearers are now calling conspiracy theories.

This is what you need to listen to, because our world is now backwards, underwater, just a reflection of itself, and these theories aren’t actually theories anymore; they’re facts.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not here to convince anyone of anything; that’s pretty much the point. You can decide what to do all by yourself.

The ball’s still entirely in your court.

You still have a chance to break the spell and be your own person. You have one shot at surviving this nightmare, this ‘might-mare’.

I have my own Gaggle of Old Men to listen to for updates. They are more reliable than the MSN could ever be. This works for me.

Go down the rabbit hole and I’m sure you’ll find a gaggle all your own.

Keep in mind, even though the brutes will continue to hammer away at you non-stop through the television, you can simply shut this off and recognize that it’s really only 24-hour propaganda.

It’s not real, it’s not thinking.

Critical thinking is now apparently wrong, so I strongly suggest you try some.

Have a great day, read a book.

-I am Crandew




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16 Responses to Critical Thinking

  1. Agree that commercial media is often uncritical, if not corrupt, (though, there are honest journalists out there), which is why non-corporate sources such as DemocracyNow! and journalist, Glenn Greenwald are useful, amongst others.

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    • Crandew says:

      Good point. My main concern is always with getting to the actual facts; what’s real and what’s not real. Non-corporate and alternative are much better sources by far. Thanks!


  2. So I just read the rabbit hole piece. Here is my take away, turn it as upside down as they have turned our world. Understand that research is important and that we must seek out, go deeper, think more critically about what we are reading so that, as you do, we share the truth in its purest form. To share information in ways that while against what they are pushing, therefore radical, it can be done in ways that shine the light on the lies.

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    • Crandew says:

      Very well put! I totally agree. There were a lot of things he said in the article that I disagreed with and found to be degrading, so I chose to focus instead on the question: to think or not to think? I love the idea of flipping things around to get a better understanding. It always seems to work out best, no matter what you decide to go with.


  3. I went back to your gaggle of old men blog, I’m going to share that with a friend who loves finding new avenues of information. I’ve listened to a couple of the videos there and will finish later. Its always good to have connections to information and truth. Thank you for being one of those.

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  4. DiosRaw says:

    Wow, I saw the headline.. if people don’t smell something fishy, I don’t know anymore. This is getting more and more ridiculous. Conspiracy facts.

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    • Crandew says:

      Exactly. I view conspiracy theories as good things. They give us new stuff to think about, and most are completely real. I don’t get how more people aren’t aware of how wrong these times really are.

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