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[–] FormerBaltimoreRes 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

I don't value the opinions of entertainers either but I can't deny that this is a useful tool in the right context. Whatever puts a small crack in the conditioning of normies I believe we need to use to the fullest.

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[–] TheBuddha 5 points 0 points (+5|-5) ago 

Unqualified opinions are of no value, regardless of the source. He's not going to 'open eyes', he's going to be considered a crackpot.

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[–] FormerBaltimoreRes 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

They are of no value to me or you, but normies actually form their world view this way. I hold that statements like this from musicians go a long way towards normalizing red pills.

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[–] Samchay6 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Based on the dubious track records of the "expert opinions" of both the United States and international intelligence community paired with the "expert opinions" of the foreign policy experts over the last couple decades, we can derive two reasonable inferences based on this pattern of poor assessments:

  1. Both the members of intelligence community and the foreign policy community are overwhelming incompetent at making assessments and implementing plans of action.

  2. The members of intelligence community are regularly lying to the general public. Furthermore, the action plans implemented the foreign policy community are often costly and ultimately detrimental for both our country and the country we are attempting to help.

So...we can draw reasonable, logical, conclusions:

  1. The evaluation of intelligence and subsequent determinations of threat assessments by the intelligence community illustrate such a gross level of incompetence on a consistent bases that it is unreasonable to consider them "experts". Therefore, it is reasonable to believe that their assessment is incorrect and to entertain other assessments of the facts available based off, logic, reason, basic pastern recognition, and an understanding of cause and effect.

2.1. The evaluation of intelligence and subsequent determinations of threat assessments by the intelligence community illustrate such a gross level of self-serving dishonesty on a consistent basis that it is unreasonable to consider their "expert" **opinion as a reasonable course of action. Therefore, it is reasonable to believe that their assessment is incorrect and to entertain other assessments of the facts available based off, logic, reason, basic pastern recognition, and an understanding of cause and effect.

Start paying attention and actually thinking.