Here’s me and my sign (They Lie We Die) at an anti-war demonstration in Los Angeles a few years ago. One of my favorite “words to live by” is Always Question Authority. I have learned over the years that I need to do this to stay sane. It took me a number of years before I questioned authority on why we went to Vietnam. (And I served in Vietnam)
Vietnam was a LIE that led to over 50,000 U.S. and millions of Vietnamese casualties.
And here’s a great video that summarizes the lies that were used by our government against our own people to instigate us into supporting their war. And plenty of American citizens were killed BY OUR OWN GOVERNMENT!
It took several months before the government narrative about what happened on 9/11 started falling apart in a cloud of dust.
The 5 dancing Israelis nearby the towers.
And never did believe the narrative about Israel needing to “defend” itself against those nasty Palestinians.
This so-called “Ebola epidemic”? More bullshit, I’m sure.
Here is a very well done video detailing a number of the insidious activities done by those who are controlling events in this world.
And, on another more expansive subject. I always had my issues with schools and education in general. It just felt wrong and I always rebelled without know why it just seemed fucked up somehow. Well, here’s some interesting information on that front.
So, what can we do to enhance our critical thinking skills?