posted on Oct, 6 2016 @ 08:55 PM
How can "the Truth" be used to manipulate the masses? How can it be used to manipulate YOU? Those are questions worth asking.
By controlling what "truth" you see, and thereby influencing your opinion of what The Truth really is and is not, hacked private emails released from
the criminal source that obtained them illegally, may give a distorted view of truth and be very dishonest, and unduly influence your opinion.
It's a smoke and mirror trick. Very KGB, if you will (or CIA, take your pick).
Also, it is important to bear in mind, that these "hacked" (illegally obtained) private emails may not be "pure" and they may be "altered."
They may contain wording changes or additions and if they are good at what they do, and if the "dump" is big enough, their little lies may be woven
into "the truth" thus distorting things even more. I don't have proof that they are doing this, but they certainly COULD do this, and who, upon first
seeing them, would be the wiser?
These hackers are CHAOS MAKERS and they're doing a great job of sucking people in and manipulating them.
So, yeah, I would not be so quick to trust this source of "truth," as it is, by its nature, morally corrupted, and on top of that, it is potentially
How would you know? Seriously?
How about considering it all a potential lie before embracing it as truth?
And then there are issues of freedom and privacy. Do you have a right to privacy? Do you want your private communications to be plastered all
over the internet? What about all your work emails?
If you have no problem with other's being hacked, then you must be okay with relinquishing all your own freedoms and rights to privacy, too, right? I
mean, fair is fair?
Sure, you may say, you aren't a public figure! But think smaller - think in terms of ways it really would matter to you. An illustration, if
Would someone going through a divorce want all their private communications hacked and put up where his or her spouse and their lawyers could see
What if only ONE side of the divorce had this happen? It revealed strategy on money and the legal approach, and included emails to friends "venting"
against their spouse... You see where I'm going with this?
"But it's the truth!" the other spouse says, "It doesn't matter how it was obtained!" and uses that information to slay their former loved one in
court. - Even if the Judge says they can't directly use it due to it being illegally obtained, will it not influence the outcome of their divorce?
AND, what if some of those emails had their language changed?
What if it was made to look like one spouse had an affair!! Think about it...they are innocent, but the hacked emails say different...
Is that the world you want to live in?