Knowledge Is Power, But Who Determines What Knowledge Is?

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No one has a monopoly on knowledge, or better stated no on should have a monopoly on knowledge. A real education should teach us how to think for ourselves. It should teach us how to evaluate information and come to our own conclusions and not those that are fed to us by others as irrefutable truths. That is the hallmark of a true education. Yet today’s media, by and large, wants to determine for us what is “true” and what is not. It tells us what we have to believe and what we should disbelieve instead of allowing us to evaluate information on our own. Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, the so called “mainstream media,” or most newspapers and magazines, we the public are treated like children who must be spoon fed what others believe to be the truth because we are not capable of independent thought. There are some…

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2 Replies to “Knowledge Is Power, But Who Determines What Knowledge Is?”

  1. That’s a good post and very relevant. I too fear that the censorship with big tech and the coordination between them, the media and the Democratic Party is a much more dire threat than Covid.

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