FAKE NEWS IS INCOMPLETE INFORMATION

Fake News Is Incomplete Information

Fake: an imitation of the real thing.

Fake news is selective information.
All media selects their information for us to repeat.

News is incomplete truth; it’s a version of the truth. Truth is what sees, not what is seen.

It is the element of ‘truth’ that gives incomplete truth credibility. An imitation is being economical with the truth via deliberately obscure language. As news is a version of the truth, that allows another version to be presented, thus creating a complex picture that causes confusion and division.

Advertisers, politicians, religions, corporations, scientists – indeed, all of us – are selective with the truth. Anything we speak about is selective information, and it is for this reason that there are so many ‘spiritual’ groups or traditions, all claiming to speak the truth.

Ho, ho, here it comes again … ;D
The Buddha said,
“Do not take my word for truth; test it for yourself.”

Truth never takes sides.
Ultimate truth is pure perception.
Pure consciousness.

Everything else is
a temporary illusion … fake … click bait … something to argue about …
Even the Buddha’s words are an imitation of the truth,which is our own genuine experience.

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3 Responses to FAKE NEWS IS INCOMPLETE INFORMATION

  1. Anonymous says:

    “Truth is what sees, not what is seen” wow-that statement really hit home!
    I’ve said for some time now that this world, “man’s world” is a giant chess match for control of your mind, control of your thoughts, and the media is the weapon used and its ammunition is words. Our thoughts are but words, words are but vibrations caused by air passing over vocal cords, seeing this one must ask itself; “am I less powerful than words? Why am I so moved by words?” In other words, words originate within us, we are their cause, words are our effect, thus words can only have the power we submit to them, recognizing this begins to relieve one of the effects of words and stay two to three moves ahead of the opponent in the battleground of the mind for control of your thoughts, through words. If a beggar and a king speak the same words, whose are more valuable and why?
    Thank you for your insights and for taking the time to share them.

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