Entry Submitted by EthericBlue at 3:26 PM EDT on November 6, 2016
Through the daily morass of guru/Intel updates, how do we know if the information we are getting is accurate and truthful? How do we evaluate the information? What’s the real truth?
Are sources listed for the facts?
Obviously nobody in this Dinar/Zim world is going to give up their sources so everything posted up here is of dubious credibility.
Can information be verified through another source?
Well yes, sometimes we can verify through another source when another poster verifies the information. Which should give the information provided higher weight.
That being said, does the poster let us know where he or she gets their information from? I would weigh the information much more heavily on those who say they are getting their information directly from Wells Fargo, Abbott Downing, or the Republic vs. Channeled information, or from a Higher Power.
Paul Ryan being the next President. I can tell you that I ran this information up the flagpole and it came back to me as don’t listen to that internet fiction. Yes that flagpole went right up to WF Reno.
Is the publisher reputable?
Nobody is going to get up on a podium in Dinar/GCR/ZIM world to say, here’s my pic. Here’s my resume, and here’s my phone number. Call me. So therefore we will just have to go on our instincts.
Is a phone number or postal address available?
Is there a link to the sponsoring organization?
Is the author qualified to write on this topic?
LMAO! Like we are going to get someone from Wells Fargo Bank, an Elder, or someone from US Treasury to write here? If so, I would welcome this with open arms. Let someone come forth like Steve Pieczenik and write an expose with references. That being said, some of us may have direct or indirect sources. You will have to use logic and intuition to figure out which ones.
Does the sponsor have commercial interests?
Now this is interesting. Commercial interests? Connected to the sales of currencies? Hmmm???
Are there obvious biases?
Who would benefit from the sales of IQD, VND or ZIM the most? Not saying that the entire GCR is not real, but some people are benefitting in the short run from these things. There is a reason that Sterling Corp and Dinarcorp were raided and shutdown.
Is a publication date indicated? Well of course
Is there a date for the last update? Every day it seems
Is the topic one that does not change frequently? This is a currency GCR BlogSpot; of course it stays on message.
Are the topics covered in depth?
Sometimes they are from some of the best Intel providers. Otherwise it’s just repeating information over and over and over….and over and over again.
Does the content appear to be complete?
Some of our Intel providers do a good job on this. Others do not. Question everything.
Apology and Retraction
If a mistake is made, does the person who provided information issue a retraction and apologize? I know of only a few cases where a retraction and apology was ever given for erroneous information. This should give these posters even more credibility.
15 Beware of false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.
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