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    Kerry: People can't tell 'what's real and what isn't'

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    Kerry: People can't tell 'what's real and what isn't'

    Post  sinister_midget on Fri Dec 02, 2016 5:03 pm

    Kerry: People can't tell 'what's real and what isn't'

    Wrong John Kerry. You and the other snowflakes can't perhaps. But Normal people can.

    Secretary of State John Kerry lamented Friday that technology has allowed the quick spread of false information to the point that people are struggling to "know what's real and what isn't."

    "This is one of our chief challenges today, is to manage information and to do it in a way that average folks at home can know what's real and what isn't, what's true, what's false, and try to build consensus around a common set of understandings," Kerry said during the Mediterranean Dialogues Conference in Rome. "Technology has brought the world closer, yes; but it's also enabled bigots and demagogues to spread messages of divisiveness and hate with the click of a button, with the push of a finger."

    What John Kerry (who served in Viet Nam) really means is the government needs to control the truth. Nobody else should be allowed to decide what is and is not truth without government cooperation and blessing.

    Here, you go, Lurch. Maybe I can assist you with that.


    This is truth:



    This is fiction:



    I do see how you might be confused, though. You probably wish that second one was true and the first wasn't.






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