I've noticed a tactic that people tend to use. It's
used a lot by politicians but other people do it too. They'll say
something, make a statement that they want other people to believe and
they'll just keep repeating it over and over again as if it's just fact
and everyone knows it and then the media will join in and they'll
repeat it . . .
EQ: And then it becomes a fact.
Yeah, and the population just starts repeating it like little parrots and everyone thinks it's true. So how do you combat that?
EQ: Think! And encourage others to think. We have said this before: When the populace blanketly accepts what they hear, they're fooled. Think! That which is told as truth is not necessarily true.
Ok, so how do you encourage people to think?
EQ: Well, when someone makes the statement . . .
EQ: No. Say to them, "Hmmm... Explain to me what you mean by that." Make them start thinking it out.
I see. Ok.