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Windy Words Result in Robbery; Comment on News Tonight

Sometimes discourse requires great length, but, yes, some teachers' compositions or speeches are windy -- are without substance and say nothing good whose occupancy of time and space amounts to robbery.

Related, I know little about minster Louis Farrakhan other than he called out the Rothschilds and the rest of the global bankers, but I wonder what I saw tonight on media shill Lou Dobbs' show about Farrakhan is the beginning of media attacks/tactic on anyone applying names to -- that is, identifying who's involved in -- central banking.

Dobbs said Farrakhan is anti-Semitic as if to say anti-Jewish. Peculiar. A Semite is a Middle Easterner, right? If so, will this Dobbs' notation -- an exclusion of all nonJewish Semites -- spread if talk about central banking becomes common among the people, people who probably won't even discuss central banking in assigning blame on an ethnicity but on the very people foisting drudgery on people worldwide? If this instance using the modified definition of Semite spreads, freedom people will have to contend the anti-Semite charge, which should be easy because it's a straw man argument. A straw man argument is a diversion argument through omission or exclusion that's so weak it falls from the slightest counter argument. (The straw man argument is without substance, hence the word straw, something easily movable.) But here, will the counter argument surface or will it be suppressed?

Spotting logic fallacies such as straw men comes down to the individual. Does the individual want to learn, want to know? If he learns, he will see the media heads for what they are, frauds.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.