Sorry, I had better things to do than watch a 7-hour climate change marathon on CNN this weekend. However, for the tens of people in the country that watched the majority of it, can anyone tell me if, in 7 hours of coverage, CNN found a few seconds to tell the other side of the story from the climate change skeptics and thousands of scientists brave enough to challenge this hoax? I calculate the odds of any alternative points of view on this marathon at 0.0000000%. CNN just provided perhaps the most clear example of communist propaganda to date, which is saying a lot given the last few years of anti-freedom, anti-Trump coverage in the “news” media.
If you answered No to all of them, that means all your knowledge of these comes from what you’ve read or what other people have told you. If you think about it, probably over 95 of our knowledge and beliefs come from other people rather than person experience. Now think about how easy it is to spread lies on the internet, to echo misinformation a teacher has taught you, to teach from and revise history books; think about all the fake or misleading new stories you see or read every day, and think about what it must have been like in an era of TV/newspapers that can’t easily be countered or corrected by media watchdogs; think about all the information that comes from countries with state-controlled media. The point is you always have to question your beliefs. A good example is the current Climate Change hysteria, which has been built on a global propaganda scheme the likes of which the world has never seen. How many of the current “Sky is Falling” politicians and celebrities have any solid knowledge of science or have done any hands-on studies on the subject? Almost always they’re relying on the steady stream of propaganda stories on their liberal websites & TV channels that brainwash them into a certain way of thinking. As they become more entrenched in their views, they themselves become part of the global propaganda campaign. It shows no sign of slowing as Democratic leaders seem to be trying to one-up each other every day on who can make the wildest end-of-world prediction. I’m waiting for the new Democratic campaign slogan to come right from Ghostbusters: “Rivers and seas boiling, 40 years of darkness, earthquakes, volcanoes, human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together. Mass hysteria!”