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Beware of those who question those who question authority
An excellent Ted talk by Sharyl Attkisson that was done 6 years ago explains how we got here and how you can tell when you are being manipulated.
Six years ago, Sharyl Attkisson gave an excellent TED talk entitled “Astroturf and manipulation of media messages.”
It explains precisely what is happening now including:
how we are all being manipulated.
But most of all, at the very end, it explains the subtle clues that we are being manipulated. A key lesson: Beware of those who question people who question authority. In short, beware of those (such as Wikipedia, “fact checkers,” and doctors) who question people like myself, Robert Malone, Bret Weinstein, and others who question authority.
Sharyl Attkisson was viciously attacked by Wikipedia, exactly as she described in her talk: beware those who seek to discredit the truthtellers. Once again, wikipedia portrays Sharyl as a bad person, rather than objectively provide evidence and let the reader decide for themselves.
There is a simple test to see for yourself that Wikipedia is corrupt: they never link to the original source material of the subject so you never get to see what they actually said in context. They link only to takedown pieces and include ad hominem attacks as their “proof” rather than actual evidence and facts.
Watch the video now. You’ll be amazed how relevant it is today, 6 years later. Wikipedia says she spreads misinformation. You decide who the misinformation spreader is. Reading the comments on the video can also help you decide who is telling the truth.