ReadViewThink – January 10, 2020
When you read or hear about a ‘leak’ provided from an unidentified source, then the leaked information, in my personal opinion, is highly questionable; yet, should not be totally ignored. Leaked information, eventually, may be proven false or turn out to be legit.
Over the years, I’ve seen leaked information lead to legal investigations and criminal charges; or seemed to have been distributed for fear-mongering purposes only; or appeared as warnings prior to what I personally considered to be ‘false flag’ events; or proved to be a hoax of, generally, malicious intent.
I always ask how the leak’s information may affect my family and me, and go from there with other questions, like why leaked and end purpose of leak, and consider possible actions to be taken for different scenarios played out in mind generated from leak’s content. These are all fleeting thoughts before I move on to another article or video peaking my interest, or indulge in other activities immediately effecting the pleasures of living.
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