like a keynsian hack job and the people who like using convenient snippets of data. Like when people try to make a pro union argument. They show a little snippet of data from the year unions started, to recent trying to make the case for how effective they are at decreasing accident rates. Sure the number of accidents did go down. What they don't show you is the data prior to unions. The accident rate was already declining at pretty much the same rate even without unions for many years. If you look at the graphs for multiple years, democide was virtually an unspoken word until more recently. Not sure if infowars has anything to do with more recent spikes. But that fact is, democide was not even really discussed until recently.
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