Strictly speaking, I agree.
Which doesn't mean one should refrain from doing their homework on the topics they're really concerned with, once in a while.
For example, whoever is really serious about questioning the government's so-called "foreign policies" they will likely know this sort of resource:
Then, I guess it's fair enough to say they do have some "clues" of what they're talking about, even if not the entire picture. Always better than nothing or arguing in the abstract, IMO.
Is it not?
My name is pronounced like "see real". I code stuff for a living and for pleasure. I care quite a bit about language.
I think America should consider doing the same, and... ASAP!