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10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

Much of the conspiracy is not actually hidden it's just that most people don't read the documents or listen to the whistleblowers who are exposing it

 

why do you think people aren't interested in knowing this information? do you think they make the conscious decision to stay uninformed?

10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

iscussing those issues with a wide range of people from all backgrounds, countries, beliefs and viewpoints

would you say this is also the purpose this forum is serving? To provide space for this kind of conversation and discussion?

This reminds me a little about this concept I read about called 'communities of inquiry', where instead of having an exclusive group of people – who acquired expert status within a certain (institutionalised) framework – makes decisions about what should be the accepted truths and facts about their area of expertise, instead of that you have groups and communities of people from different contexts and different kinds of motivations and world views discuss together to find a consensus.

Does that resonate with you?

 

10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

UKColumn do a newspiece three times a week that looks at documents and listens to whistleblowers

that's interesting, thanks

10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

So in short....a whole load of legwork

well... being intelligent and thinking autonomously is no bed of roses 😬

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10 hours ago, emresearch said:

why do you think people aren't interested in knowing this information?

 

They are born into a culture that vilifies it. The culture is created by the engineers of perception who create the false perceptions they want the public to hold and then they seek to vilify anyone who threatens those false perceptions

 

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do you think they make the conscious decision to stay uninformed?

 

That's going to depend on the individual but there is no doubt that a climate of fear has been created where many people are now afraid to question the mainstream narratives on things

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