Do the Dictionaries and the Encyclopedias and the General Controllers of Information, Change the Definition to Fit the Narrative?

If you don’t know anything, how do you expect to learn anything? Who controls the information? From primary school to university and beyond. What has been changed in the history books? What are credible sources?

CNN Explains Democratic Socialism:

https://youtu.be/exdr6KxW5g0

9 thoughts on “Do the Dictionaries and the Encyclopedias and the General Controllers of Information, Change the Definition to Fit the Narrative?

  1. I thought the video was going to be a piece about dictionaries, encyclopedias & history books being changed.

    Instead, that sounded very much like a “Hey, socialism isn’t so bad. See?”

    Heh. Yeah. The gubment & all its ‘services’ is gonna save us all. Hooray. With said gubment being $20 trillion in debt, that’s gonna be the biggest magic trick we will ever see.

    And, gubment (elites) controlling all the ‘services’ for the betterment of the ‘serfs’ (people)? Sounds a lot like, well…fascism.

      1. Yeah. Fancy that. “Pick a side, everyone!” Twix even has a commercial where you should “pick a side”. They’re just cookie bars for Pete’s Sake! Tall about “programming”. SMDH. 🤔🙄😖😳😠

  2. We’ve discussed this before how opinions depends on where you’re standing when something happens. Different angle means different perception. But weren’t people more in agreement as to what the truth was years ago? It seemed that facts were facts and everyone “knew” it. Now, wherever you look, you will see a different answer.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      I don’t know Goldie, I think this is really nothing new. What was the belief on blacks, gays and bodybuilders a few decades ago? What about the tourism industry since tourism began? I think it’s just a matter of finding out for yourself rather than depending on others to inform you.

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