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The Survivorship Ritual Abuse and Mind Control 2022 Conference

 

The International Evidence of Ritual Abuse Conference

 

Survivor Conference - Saturday and Sunday May 21 - 22, 2022 - The weekend survivor conference for survivors and their supporters will discuss breaking the global silence of ritual abuse and will provide resources and support for survivors.

 

Clinician's Conference - Friday May 20, 2022 - "Exposing Ritual Abuse Internationally." The clinical conference will present empirical evidence of ritual abuse and complex trauma.

 

Conference information is at:  The Survivorship Ritual Abuse and Mind Control 2022 Online Conference | Survivorship.Org

 

Is this organization legitimate and trustworthy? 

 

 
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just because you want it to be true doesn't mean it is
There are lots of people who mistake their imagination for their memory. - Josh Billings
 
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  1. EXODUS 20:16 KJV "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour." (kingjamesbibleonline.org)
  2. BIBLE VERSES ABOUT BEARING FALSE WITNESS (kingjamesbibleonline.org)

 

Did the Martensville scandal actually happen or was this news segment another form of disinformation? 

 

 
FACTFAKE, OR OPINION?
 
Check your reasoning >> Wheel of Reason (criticalthinking.org) 
 
DISCERN FOR YOURSELF: Do your own research, weigh the pros and cons. Learn to compare and contrast theories which are bullshit to ones which are real. Do a self-assessment and try to discover some common barriers to critical thinking.
 
 
Review the instinct-correcting maxims below:
 
From The Thinker’s Guide For Conscientious Citizens on How to Detect Media Bias & Propaganda In National and World News by Dr. Richard Paul and Dr. Linda Elder
 

Dear Reader,

 

The logic behind bias and propaganda in the news media is simple and it is the same the world over. Each society and culture has a unique world view. This colors what they see and how they see it. News media in the cultures of the world reflect the world view of the culture for which they write. But the truth of what is happening in the world is much more complicated than what appears to be true in any culture. To be a critical reader of the news media in any society, one must come to terms with this truth and read accordingly. Critical thinking is a complex set of skills that reverses what is natural and instinctive in human thought.

 

The uncritical mind is unconsciously driven to identify truth in accordance with the following tacit maxims:

  • "It's true if I believe it."
  • "It's true if we believe it."
  • "It's true if we want to believe it."
  • "It's true if it serves our vested interest to believe it."
just because you want it to be true doesn't mean it is
 

 The critical mind consciously seeks the truth in accordance with the following instinct-correcting maxims:

  • "I believe it, but it may not be true."
  • "We believe it, but we may be wrong."
  • "We want to believe it, but we may be prejudiced by our desire."
  • "It serves our vested interest to believe it, but our vested interest has nothing to do with the truth."

 Mainstream news coverage operates with the following maxims:

  • "This is how it appears to us from our point of view; therefore, this is the way it is."
  • "These are the facts that support our way of looking at this; therefore, these are the most important facts."
  • "These countries are friendly to us; therefore these countries deserve praise."
  • "These countries are unfriendly to us; therefore these countries deserve criticism."
  • "These are the stories most interesting or sensational to our readers; therefore, these are the most important stories in the news."

 Critical readers of the news reverse each of these maximsThis guide explains how to do this and thus reduce the influence of bias and propaganda on human thinking.  - Richard Paul Center for Critical Thinking and Linda Elder Foundation for Critical Thinking

 

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