Memetic warfare in America.

Dec 04, 2016

The current state of anyone's capacity to get any useful information in the United States these days, which is to say next to impossible due to the proliferation of fake news sites and pro-trolls doing their damndest to lower the signal-to-noise ratio to epsilon, is the logical end result of the following progression of cliches:

"You can't believe everything people tell you."

"You can't believe everything you read in books."

"You can't believe everything you see on TV."

"You can't believe everything your friends tell you."

"You can't believe everything your teachers tell you."

"You can't believe everything you read in magazines."

"You can't believe everything in your textbooks; they're written by people with agendas."

"You can't believe anything in newspapers."

"You can't believe everything you read on the Internet."