Social Engineering, Agenda 21 & Transhumanism – The Secret Manipulation of Humanity

Something everyone should see with an open mind.
Observe! Discern! Learn!

Born Outside the Box

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David Icke

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David Vaughan Icke is an English writer, public speaker, and former media personality best known for his views on what he calls “who and what is really controlling the world”. Describing himself as the most controversial speaker and author in the world, he has written many books explaining his position, dubbed “New Age conspiracism”, and has attracted a substantial following across the political spectrum. His 533-page The Biggest Secret (1999) has been called the conspiracy theorist’s Rosetta Stone.

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The three branches of logic

Such simple solutions. It has to start somewhere. Imagine people which can communicate on levels higher than children.

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The three branches of logic

By Jon Rappoport

In my collections, The Matrix Revealed, and Power Outside The Matrix, I offer a basic course in logic, and a more advanced audio presentation on analyzing disinformation.

After working for 30 years as a reporter, I recognized I was using “three branches” of logic. Each one helps. Each one contributes to investigations. Each one enables a person to spot flaws.

Branch one: this is called formal logic, or the logic of implication, or symbolic logic. It began with Aristotle. It offers rules for determining what is valid and what is invalid. In the simplest terms, for example: “If it snows, there are clouds; there are no clouds; therefore, it isn’t snowing.”

Branch two: the logical fallacies. There are many lists. Some fallacies overlap with others. Example: If I want to defend the existence of manmade global warming, I attack the PERSON who…

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Logic and non-logic in education

A beginning in logic would be heading in the right direction. Perhaps, after that, we could learn how to communicate.

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Logic and non-logic in education

by Jon Rappoport

March 28, 2017

In two of my collections, The Matrix Revealed and Power Outside The Matrix, I include basic training in the art of logic and more advanced critical analysis.

The basic fact is: students in schools are rarely taught how to follow a line of reasoning from beginning to end. Nor do they practice analyzing half-formed, faulty arguments.

Who teaches young students, these days, how to distinguish between a polemic and a formal argument?

Teachers spend little or no time discussing hidden premises or assumptions, which color a subsequent argument.

Increasingly, people are “learning” from watching videos. Some videos are well done; many others intentionally omit vital data and make inferences based on “shocking images.”

A focused study of logic can illuminate a range of subjects and disciplines. It can suddenly bring perspective to fields of inquiry that were formerly…

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The Age of Mass Debaters

Perhaps the future historians will remember this age as that of the “mass debaters” – where we didn’t really learn anything except how to tear each other down.

Neat Little Boxes

Problem is that people want to place everything into neat little boxes in order to ‘categorize, classify and identify” better. (left/right, normal/abnormal, etc.)

Nobody ever stops to wonder where the labels for those conceptual boxes came from in the first place.

Ever Notice – 01

Ever notice how someone which starts a conversation with

“I don’t have anything against (insert group here)”

are always very eager to tell you what they dislike about said group.

The Age of Stupidity – I Know Nothing

Just wrote this and posted

What has happened is that society has gotten, I’m going to  say it, STUPID. Fortunately for some, technology for ‘smart’ gadgetry is running rampant and it can help organize your life; click ‘accept’ here and accept the fear of losing it along with the personal connection to others which you so crave yet can’t really find the right app. People will usually buy the next flashy, digital, larger whatever, and stare at it in wonder all the while confusing it for innovation and ‘evolution’. Swipe swipe, drool.

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