Tara's Diary

Conspiracies and herd mentality-Tara Aisida

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  1. Olusoji Wey says:

    Thanks, Tara, for another candid and objective treatise of a timely issue.

    This quote resonates with me:

    “It is alright if the illiterates and uneducated do so but it is very worrisome when educated people take things at face value and run with it because their influencer, who may be a pastor or politician, says so.”

    In the present circumstances, there are many who are neither pastors nor politicians, but nonetheless influencers, whose opinions others will regard as sacrosanct. These, too, need to be awake to their responsibility to safely and responsibly influence others.

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