Re: List of disinformators?
That's very well put PopHistorian. For example, if NOS was to look for the long thread on this forum on David Icke's work, he'd see how complicated it is to reach a point where you can say this person or that person is a 'disinformator' or this/that information is disinformation. It takes work, but the process of doing it is fun and, more importantly, the things you learn in one area can be applied to other areas in ways you weren't expecting.PopHistorian said:Just a reminder that the C's said (in Session 020223), in response to a question about a particular source, "All is of value if examined with an open mind and proper perspective." The concept of "perspective" is strong throughout the sessions (you can review occurrences of that word in the sessions to see it), and often goes hand-in-hand with the recommendation to cultivate objectivity. So, even disinformation may be of value if you can recognize it as such -- easier said than done, of course. This is a complicated topic.