by Jon Rappoport
February 10, 2014
On a mass level, one of the most efficient methods of mind control is the creation of the non sequitur.
Non sequitur is Latin for “it does not follow.” In logic, this is a statement that doesn’t validly flow from previous assertions.
Example: “All presidents are crazy.” “Sam is crazy.” “Therefore, Sam is a president.”
Wrong. The final “Sam is a president” is a non sequitur.
In an education system where logic is absent, the student has no center. He drifts. He comes to rely on what other people tell him. He can’t think and reason for himself. He opts for ideas that seem superficially attractive.
In ordinary usage, this could be an exaggerated non sequitur: you’re parked in a lot outside a market, and a car hits you from behind. You…
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