Please keep this insightful quote in mind at all times and please excuse any typos you may encounter.
"When people understand the Trivium specifically it’s like arming them with the mental antivirus that protects them from bullshit. It’s like having a razor blade that slices through all the crud and gets you to the truth of anything you’re studying. It identifies the logical fallacies, the false use of grammar, and poor logic. The Trivium is based on grammar, logic, and rhetoric. It provides a tool for how to think. Creating a meme of the Trivium method will actually neutralize politicians, sophists, liars." Jan Irvin -
All links posted here are for research purposes and are not meant to reflect the views of the author of this blog.
Here are some links and videos provided as food for thought and a foundation for understanding our collective global artificial culture.
Feed Your Head:
All of these websites are interesting places to virtually visit and each one represents indivudal personal views on fakery and other thought provoking subjects. These happen to be the websites I find to be the most interesting for one reason or another. I might not agree with everything on these websites and for me that's the whole point of this. All we can do is simply bounce ideas around the internet for each of us to consider. I'm extremely skeptical of many claims that come across tabloid to me but that does not mean my opinion means others should not produce the kind of content that reflects their own interests. AAMorris
A whole set of even more links:
NATURAL "LAW" VS THE IRS:
is the U.S.A. still a British Colony?
PANNING FOR GOLD:
Please note the opinions expressed on the sites linked above may or may not reflect what I "AAMorris" thinks. Pan the Gold from the sand for yourselves. I don't know or care about figuring out who is or who isn't a 'shill'. I assume, based on history, and my own research, that there are such agents online and off. I think that general subject an interesting one. But, I examine ideas, not personas. Honest people can be wrong and deceptive people can provide really good information. The important skill to learn is to think logically for oneself, and to not respond emotionally or to take any of this personally. We do not always need to all agree on everything. Even the Mainstream Propaganda Noise Machine can be a source of good information, if you think for yourself, that is.
(Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies'
"(Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies' is a documentary feature film that explores how and why people lie. The film is anchored in behavioral experiments that measure our propensity to lie - sometimes even unknowingly. On a more personal level, from little white lies to devastating deceits, people share on camera the true stories of lies they've told. Experts examine the reasons behind our behavior and the implications of our dishonesty. Behavioral scientist Dan Ariely brings these elements together and guides us in discovering the complicated truths about lies."
Content Warning: The Source of Mainstream News & Online Dis Info?
The possible source for not only Mainstream News and operations like Alex Jones, but perhaps too, some of the folks we think of as more amateurish online personas in the so-called 'research community'. Who knows? We can speculate. What I know is that even the controlled Mainstream Media sometimes presents good information. And I know too that the most honest person can be honestly wrong. I believe in taking a critical looks at the message and in not attacking the messenger. Ideas not personality, is what matters to us. I think shills can present some really good information (in terms of a limited hangout) and I think honest bloggers can make mistakes and can simply be wrong about things. We all make mistakes. Pointing the finger at individuals is somewhat pointless endeavor. Taking apart ideas makes more sense and can enable one to actually learn something.
"The Defense Information School, or DINFOS, is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) school located at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. DINFOS fulfills the Department of Defense's need for an internal corps of professional journalists, broadcasters, and public affairs professionals."
" Members from all branches of the U.S. military, DoD civilians and international military personnel attend DINFOS for training in public affairs, print journalism, photojournalism, photography, television and radio broadcasting, lithography, equipment maintenance and various forms of multimedia. The American Council on Education recommends college credit for most DINFOS courses"
Defense Media Activity (DMA)
"The Defense Media Activity (DMA) is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) field activity. It provides a broad range of high-quality multimedia products and services to inform, educate, and entertain Department of Defense audiences around the world. The Defense Media Activity is located on Fort Meade, Maryland. DoD field activities are established as DoD components by law, by the President, or by the Secretary of Defense to provide for the performance, on a DoD-wide basis, of a supply or service activity that is common to more than one Military Department when it is determined to be more effective, economical, or efficient to do so. DMA operates as a separate DoD Component under the authority, direction and control of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs."