Thinking: The Enemy Of Propaganda

If you still believe the version of what the government, news media, and majority of what everyone believes in what happened on September 11, 2001 (9/11), I wouldn’t be surprised.

A stiff mindset on opinions is very hard to change. Only the bearer of the mindset person needs to decide to change his/her own mind and let it free. In order to do that one must think. And thinking is one of those things that majority of the people don’t. As Earl Nightingale said, “…men simply don’t think.”

Why don’t majority of the people “think”?

Thinking involves a lot of energy. Thinking requires your brain to work extra hard. When your brain is actively being used glycerol metabolizes a lot more making your body work harder to fuel your brain’s energy.

The next time you are thinking hard, trying to solve a problem, or being creative, take notice of how you feel drained afterward and/or even working up an appetite. You are using a lot of energy.

But, the brain is naturally “lazy”. It is much easier and takes less up energy for people to take in whatever they see and/or are told as fact without ever thinking about it comprehensively.

And of course there are people who knows this and takes advantage of it.

So, if you still think 9/11 was not an inside job, I suggest you think twice…

Thinking is the enemy of propaganda. – EAHATX

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