Robert Podhajsky, Ocean Shores
Is it wise to question your own belief in something that is accepted as true without proof?
All the misinformation is being removed from publication. Why is this necessary? Decisions are being made to stop it happening. It can be said that misinformation is false, but it is also missing information that can be used to determine a belief on the subject being studied.
Information about personal experience can fall under the misinformation banner: just look at the information available from authority. Robodebt was in the public interest, cost effective, and designed to be a fair welfare system, people believed. Years later the courts have made a decision: it was unlawful from the start.
The tip of the iceberg of misinformation supplied by the government, suppression of information over a number of years, money is repaid, liability unacknowledged by the government. They condoned the misinformation of the situation, which takes years to unravel. Suppression of information that delayed the facts being revealed, structured into the laws of Australia!
Misinformation or missing information, suppressed for the benefit of the population, a control of belief. What information can be trusted these days? Going beyond belief is now a requirement for living in 2021.