Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking vs. Cognitive Dissonance

crit·i·cal think·ing

[critical thinking]


  1. the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment:“professors often find it difficult to encourage critical thinking amongst their students”

cog·ni·tive dis·so·nance

[ˈkäɡnədiv ˈdisənəns]



  1. the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs, or attitudes, especially as relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change.
critical thinking
“…but I don’t see anything”

trust the science

[trust the science]


  1. do not think for yourself or use ANY form of common sense. Trusting the science means doing what you are told…by big pharma. Listen to the computer guy who wants to depopulate through vaccines, planned parenthood, and modern medicine. But under no circumstance should you listen to any ACTUAL DOCTORS that are disputing the narrative…such heroes like Dr. Judy Mikovits, the two California Doctors who were censored, and the HydroxychloriQueen, who spoke on the Capitol Steps, who was ridiculed, attacked and censored.
  2. wear the paper mask on your face everywhere! Leaving your eyes fully exposed, but still believing that a piece of paper will protect you from a deadly global virus.
UN admits “We own the Science”.

Critical Thinking vs. Cognitive Dissonance. Critical thinking has been trampled in schools, media and society, but not defeated! Cognitive Dissonance is considered blissful, but that is what they say about ignorance.

Which one wins? “The one you feed”.

THIS is not critical thinking!!!