Postmodernism: Denial of Facts and of Objective Reality is Insincere

Post-modernism is a nice theoretical mind game. >>“alarming postmodern implications, that is, that the truth is based not on agreed upon facts and evidence, but is contingent on narrative and point of view”.[NR]Accepting post-modernism as a serious realistic world view is either ignorant, or insincere. A well educated & intelligent person cannot, with honesty and … Continue reading Postmodernism: Denial of Facts and of Objective Reality is Insincere

Age of Enlightenment for Social Sciences Requires Scientific Honesty

The Age of Enlightenment advanced quality of life through technological revolution in STEM . Our ideologically flawed Social Sciences (political sciences, journalism) are in need of such enlightenment to bring an end to disastrous policy decisions based on factually false theories. Truth, honesty, sincerity is the way, says SINCERITY.NET. Forbidden Truths and dogmatical lies have … Continue reading Age of Enlightenment for Social Sciences Requires Scientific Honesty

True Speech is Forbidden, True Facts are Taboo. #DeCriminalizeTrueSpeech

Free speech is not our primary problem. True Speech repression, is our society’s worst problem. When reporting crimes, it is not permissible to [truthfully] refer to the suspect’s religious, ethnic or other minority membership {GUIDELINE 12.1. by the German Press Council} The true news report sentence “Black kills white woman” or “Pakistani Muslim rapes white … Continue reading True Speech is Forbidden, True Facts are Taboo. #DeCriminalizeTrueSpeech

Everything false can be derived from one false premise (f ⇒ f)

Thus we must not allow a single false or dubious assumption to creep into media, into social sciences. PresseKodex 12.1's mandatory lies (by omission) have given rise to (potentially) false dogma that corruped media and social sciences. f ⇒ f   From one false assumption everything else can be deduced as true, mathematical logic tells us. … Continue reading Everything false can be derived from one false premise (f ⇒ f)