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Per Google, "giving an appearance or impression different from the true one;
That's a good definition.
However, it fails to communicate how clever and slight a shift in wording can
Here is an example, that may or may not be deceptive! It leaves out
information so it may well be a clever advertising slogan. "Made Fresh Daily"
Does that tell you the product is made fresh daily? Yes. Do you assume that
fresh means made today? Potentially it does just that.
What if its made fresh daily a week in advance so there is more than an
adequate supply on hand for daily consumption?
The statement is still true but a week old sandwich is not as fresh as today's
product could be, right?
For all we know, "made fresh daily" might include being made in China daily,
fresh, then frozen and shipped to markets all over the world. Storage life
being say two months? How fresh is that?
I generally do not get into political discussions. Its my opinion, people are
emotional rather than logical about politics. It is also my opinion that many
people can not see the obvious due to personal bias or false data.
I believe that if some politician promises to continue or start something a
person will receive personal gain or even imaginary gain from, that politician
will not be evaluated rationally. At the same time, if the politician makes a
statement that is not agreed to by everyone, it may cause and irrational
However, looking at statements made in the past and seeing if they came
about should be something anyone can do that is sane. Would you agree?
Source of Information
Where do you get your information? If you're getting it from the main stream
media, how do you know it is true?
Per Mark Twain, “If you don't read the newspaper, you're uninformed. If you
read the newspaper, you're mis-informed.”
Back in the 80's, the media had me convinced that Russians were evil
monsters. Then one day, I watched an group of Russian young people at a
concert featuring a well know American performer. I discovered they were just
like my children! None of the people had two heads or tails!
The government via the media had lied to me. They painted a false picture.
To further prove that, my current neighbors on one side are Russians and are
very nice citizens of these United States!
In my opinion, both political parties are less than honest.
Movements and Where They come From?
Many people have reasons to complain. They also have a right to do so. The
Freedom of Speech, peaceful assembly, are guaranteed by the First
Amendment of the Constitution!
When someone pays people to agitate a situation, that is not a guaranteed
Occupy Wall Street, for example, where did it come from? George Soros'
name comes up. (He manages to profit from destabilizing economies and
The recent Women's March has many ties to George Soros. Don't take my
word for it, research it.
Deception and Your Responsibility
The point is that you should be responsible for the accuracy of your opinions
and your actions.
Listening to someone complain and bad mouth someone or something is
rarely a reliable source of information.
Main stream media is definitely not an honest source.
Before you act, get the truth. You will know the truth when you find it. Truth is
not based on opinions or rumors.
If you act on false information, incomplete information, are you helping
yourself, your family, friends, humanity?
Made fresh daily? I guess you'll just need to ask a few questions.