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  • leweb

    All I am saying is that terror is an ideal example of a growing culture of fear. The intelligence community has used it to approach it with a new dynamic of mass surveillance. And the most tragic part of this is that, eventually it is the process itself that is doing the terrorizing. It becomes systemic and this leads us to where we are today. How else does one explain a President Donald Trump other than a systemic failure of rationality? We see things happening in places like Hungary and Poland with more authoritarian leaders. I think it is this new atmosphere of fear and that it won't change until we, as a public, learn to perform a new kind of alchemy and recognize fear when it is being presented.

    The problem is, once rationality has failed, this becomes much harder. I really wish people were smart enough to see through the manipulations, but most people tend to use their guts for thinking instead of their brains.

    • Gozzin

      Yeah,that second brain is good for some stuff,but for other stuff,not so much.

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