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originally posted by: MRuss
a reply to: tsctsc
I liked your response, but I have to disagree with you on a point.
My children have been surrounded by talk of politics, by travel, by media and other platforms growing up that supported our point of view.
But that is just one facet of influence upon our children. Parents must compete with television, music, friends, social media---and of course a university education. Universities and colleges are ground zero for the New World Order. That's often a kid's first stop on the road to indoctrination.
I see it clearly with our kids who have recently graduated from college. Listen, the powers that be know what they're doing.
We have Google to stop that.
Google is known as a search engine, yet there is barely any searching involved anymore. The gap between a question crystallizing in your mind and an answer appearing at the top of your screen is shrinking all the time. As a consequence, our ability to ask questions is atrophying. Google’s head of search, Amit Singhal, asked if people are getting better at articulating their search queries, sighed and said: “The more accurate the machine gets, the lazier the questions become.”