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Less reliance on fake news articles


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For years I have pretty much stayed away from this forum, because there's one practice on here I don't like very much.

It's the reliance on news articles that are often blindly posted by people, as gospel truth on an issue. Mostly the articles are NOT objective, mostly they are propaganda for a particular side's interpretation of an event or lingering government situation.

If I create new threads here, I will not be posting links to news articles. I will rely on my own experiences to tell things as I see fit.

And I think that's what others would be wise to do as well. Don't let organizations determine what is news. Cut ties with the fake news. 

Live these issues through your own personal experiences. Not as a pawn in a big political game.

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6 hours ago, MovieMadness said:

I once asked a couple of posters to stop with the fake news, but they believe it no matter what.

Says the King of fake news posting.

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39 minutes ago, Sukhov said:

If you don't want to discuss politics or news then just don't read it

But that is way too practical. 

Instead it is better to go out of one's way to seek things that will offend yourself,  so then you can rant about it.

 

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On 7/9/2020 at 7:14 PM, MovieMadness said:

I once asked a couple of posters to stop with the fake news, but they believe it no matter what.

Sounds like you're caught up in a riddle.

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