Friday, May 10, 2013

Propaganda and the upcoming Cherokee Nation election

Propaganda is the art of persuasion - persuading others that your 'side of the story' is correct. ~~~ Be careful what you believe. Research everything yourselves.

Ah! Election time again in the Cherokee Nation! If you thought the U.S. elections were nasty, then you have never seen a Cherokee Nation election. There is a boatload of propaganda being spread around about many of the candidates. If you are a voter in the Cherokee Nation who wants to know the truth about any candidate -- do your own research and then decide for yourself who you do or don't want to vote for. Talk to the people who have decided not to vote and ask them why. Do whatever you need to do in order to learn about the candidates and how they were before all this election business started. Please don't believe everything you hear. Remember, the purpose of propaganda is to persuade people into believing what one wants them to believe. It is most effective "at those times when we are too lazy to think for ourselves." Do not fall victim to it. Think for yourself.

Those are my thoughts for today.
Thanks for reading.

copyright 2013, Polly's Granddaughter - TCB

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