Does thinking for yourself and questioning what we’re told to believe make you a conspiracy theorist? Also, we’ll talk some tools.
I have been really busy working in the shop and the Christmas rush is in full force. I haven’t had much time for anything other than work but I have been having a great sense of satisfaction and contentedness lately. I have really been enjoying my work, and my tools.
Here is an article about the Canadian government setting up a new organization to use propaganda and other techniques to influence Canadians: https://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/canadian-military-to-establish-new-organization-to-use-propaganda-other-techniques-to-influence-canadians
Here is the article where they lied and said there were wolfs at large and that people should not leave their homes: https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/provincial/forged-letter-warning-about-wolves-on-the-loose-part-of-canadian-forces-propaganda-campaign-that-went-awry-509157/
This is some scary stuff and I think that the best way to combat this is simply to share this information so it does not go un-noticed. The governments of the world would love nothing more than having a completely ignorant citizen base that doesn’t think for themselves and hold people in power accountable.