Top Ten Things Some Americans Believe Are TrueThere are so many things that most of the country has no idea about or doesn't know is happening...wanna find out what?
The War on Terror has killed more foreign people than it has killed Americans, many of which are citizens. In addition, the war has provided almost nothing of benefit and the United States entered a massive deficit due to the lackluster and poorly managed leadership of George W. Bush. Not to mention an increase in PTSD and the fact that traumatized soldiers actually commit suicide due to the stress and memories they received during their battles in the Middle East. The worst thing is the war is still ongoing and by now, both sides are now fatigued, with several people already expressing dissatisfaction and frustration over several events that have occurred since 9/11.
No one realizes this because of all the liberal idiots out there who's motto is "just think happy thoughts! " have covered it up. Well guess what? We've been at war since 2001 when terrorists hijacked commercial airplanes and crashed into the pentagon and World Trade Center.
The war on terrorism has been on going since the Barbary Pirates. Today's generation are not aware of all the attacks, partly due to the cells being spread out and not united by one country.
Okay before you read this let me make it clear that TTT changed the name before they passed it- it used to be "Top Ten Things Most Americans Don't Know or Realize" but they changed it so it doesn't make as much sense anymore..by the way this is the author of the list in case you didn't catch that
And what drives social media? People. Including politicians and political parties. But with that said, you get as much propaganda from politicians as well as ordinary citizens online as you do in real life. The main difference is that social media makes it easier for individual voices to be heard over this propaganda, if they can make it stand, because whatever anyone in the government says is what people will believe in or confront.
So many people aren't aware of this, but they aren't the ones actually deciding on a new president social media is. They get their opinions from Facebook and the internet, and they don't even realize it. The people controlling these social media sites decide who becomes president because they have the power to warp peoples minds and change them according to what they put out and not enough people are smart enough to know that to make a difference.
Its true then America should be like North Korea just vote for Republican only. But not voting compulsory.
Again, Obama and the liberals decided that we can't bomb people in churches and homes, because we might be killing innocent people. War is terrible, but if we absolutely have to go to war, we have to strike hard and kill the enemy quickly to make. Them. Stop. We bombed the crap out of them when they came after us on 9/11 and when our lovely president came into office he gave them back their government and power and we've been at war ever since. In World War II when we bombed the crap it of Japan, guess what happened? They STOPPED. We won. Ever since then we haven't won a war because we've refused to use explosives on "innocent people" and no ones aware of it because social media covers it up
Yes, and our founding fathers believes in the same concept. Does "don't tread on me" ring a bell? That flag was almost made our American flag, because we believed that a rattlesnake was one of the most noble creatures on earth. They didn't strike without warning- they warned you first, but if you didn't back down, they struck hard, killing the enemy.
Not strictly a war, but what about the Cold War? And not to mention, they didn't exactly win the wars all by themselves.
Maybe a country that didn't end up in captivity ( like one of the comments says ) but one of the countries that has the most senseless and meaningless death rates of warhistory ( Vietnam is already enough said ).
Wonder how many people acknowledged this..? Our corrupt, messed up government is attempting to cover this up and pretend it didn't happen, and so is the rest of the nation. There are 300 people in the US that have that 39th Airlift Squadron badge that care, that think about this more than anyone, because a squadron is a family. When someone is born they all celebrate it, when someone dies they all grieve their death. This was a sad day for that squadron. They lost a family member.
Yes, its been all over the news. Very sad.
And our own lack of gun control laws has allowed 13 of our own citizens to be shot on a school campus just this past week. **sigh**. America.
Gays aren't a good thing, but that's between them and God. The real problem is the fact that the US violated an amendment that was made when the country was formed: the federal government would not interfere with the state government. In making gay marriage legal they forced all 50 states to be okay with it, and violated that amendment that was made when establishing this country.
Gay marriage has always been permitted, as with any marriage all you have to do is act like it, with communal finances, monogamy, etc.
What's different is that now gay couples can get the same tax advantages and other governmental "free stuff" that married couples get, which unmarried couples and single people do not get, which is extremely unfair.
Yawn! Its always been allowed.
What changed is that now gay couples also get tax breaks and other "free stuff". Unmarried couples or single people of any orientation do not get these major benefits, which is completely unfair.
I think it's great that people don't have to hide their sexuality and can now embrace it! Nobody should be discriminated for anything that is part of their identity and who they are.
Actually, it just requires time management, which not many people are good at. You've probably seen the little triangle that says "choose two" in the middle and has the three parts of life at each point. If you find a way to manage your time well, you can actually get enough sleep, good grades, and have a social life.
3 scenarios where that would be possible:
1. Very "low-maintenance" school (read five pages, write a paragraph - get an A)
2. A small group of three close friends under a collective term of "social life", including time spent doing homework together.
3. Jackpot genetics, when you're good to go after 4-5 hours of sleep every 24 hours.
No. This is what parents believe
Well this is true. I have it.
Catholics pray to the saints, yes, but we don't worship them as God. We're asking them to basically have God help us when we need something that falls under that saint's category. Same with the Virgin Mary. We don't worship her. In the ancient times, you would get close to the son by becoming friends with the mother, basically. Have her put in a good word about you with Jesus. That's all we're doing when we're praying to her. "Holy Mary, mother of God, PRAY FOR US SINNERS, now and at the hour of out death" that's the Hail Mary. Catholics are merely asking her to pray for us. Now see the Our Father: "hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done [were praising Him] on earth as to is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread [were asking Him directly for help instead of asking Him to pray for us. See the difference? ]" there's a pretty clear difference between praying to Mary and worshiping her.
Not really any better Egyptian immigrants?
Maybe Egyptian explorers, certainly possible as evidenced by the Ra expeditions, ironically undertaken by a team with Viking origins.
At best they left a little pyramid technology behind to help out the locals, but they left no records, and so far none have surfaced in Egypt either.
Columbus created an unbroken timeline that leads directly up to the present day.
Also, one reason the natives suffered so much under [jerkhead] Columbus' gubernatioral rule on Hispaniola, is they were terrified to leave the island because the bloodthirsty Caribe tribe was running rampant across the region, killing off the rival tribes with great efficiency and animosity.
It was a rough world back then, we should be thankful we are here, and now.
Interesting auto-correct by TTT, which shows how infantile they are in many ways. They system corrects the spelling for a common food fish spelled with a C then an O and then a D, that enterprising Basque fishermen were catching off New England as early as the year 1100.
For some reason TTT has decided the fish's name must only mean the game Call of Duty, which is pretty presumptuous.
Spanish immigrants? What the heck are you talking about?
Columbus [Christobal Colon] was indeed a jerk, as evidenced by his term as the area's first governor, though he was indeed sailing in the name of Spain.
"Finding America first" is a very relative thing what did happen is that the timeline became solid after his voyage.
Depending on your timeline, several waves of Vikings, enterprising Basque Call of Duty fishermen, Chinese naval expeditions, and even explorers sent by the Egyptian Pharaohs [remember the Voyages of the Kon-Tiki and the Sun-Ra] had managed to sail to the new world in one spot or another.
Siberian nomads simply walked over a little earlier than that.
Quit trying to apply modern standards to historical people and events.
Several waves of Vikings, Basque fishermen, the Chinese navy, and Egyptian explorers all sailed to the new world, and Siberian nomads walked all before Columbus got there.
It's all pretty well known, and has been for a very long time.
In public schools, the rules are made to where atheists won't be ad fended by hearing the word "Christ" or witness a prayer group. So it's not okay that they be forced to hear the word "Jesus" but it's totally fine for Christians to be offended that they aren't allowed to say "Merry Christmas" and yet no one cares. But the moment an atheist kid gets mad because he has to walk by some kids on "see you at the pole" day they get to complain and someone has to force the kids that were praying to stop and do it in private.
Kindly advise just where "the Constitution decrees a separation of Church and State? "
You mean in history. Not nowadays.
Nowadays...It's a secret, shut up. Look at the triangle. Not very secretive.
They do exist, their symbols are everywhere.
Most likely exists
Worst of all is that a leader ( the president of the US Donald Trump ) says that it is a hoax invented by China ( when in reality it became a global topic after American citizen Al Gore's movie ). A clown like Trump cares only for economic ( and believe me, for economics with a big E and certainly not for the minimum salaries of workers etc... ) issues and how to make so much as possible more money for those Multi-big Co.'s. Taking measures for global warming ( a scientefic proven fact ) would be a disadvantage for the economic conglomerats. But hey, what's more important for greedy capitalist president Trump, the survival of humanity in the future or money? I'm not saying that H. Clinton would have been a good or better president ( the US had actually a choise between two clowns at the final elections ) but she at least didn't deny the global warming fact and that we should do something about it. But for most Americans, life and their " big American dream " is all about the allmighty ...more
Trump is stupid! If we don't care about it and say that it is fake we will have " Harvey's ", " Irma's " etc...more and more in the future. Doing nothing will destroy our planet. What is the use of being " great again " if your country and maybe humanity will be destroyed?
This needs to be at the top. People who think that Global Warming is fake are pure idiots.
Yet another reason we are stupid.
There is some truth in this because many people are led by a majority opinion, but on the other hand it's still a " social media site ". Meaning that this sites are not government or economic controlled medias ( they can use it to make polls however ). And besides, for every top ten pro-site there's a top ten contra-site. So people who agree on a topic for instance will find equally for the same topic people who don't agree. I just think that it's exagerated to say that the top tens are another " brainwashing " social media site ( even if some people's opinions are indeed determinated by other people's opinions ). But that's just a minority.
What you mean with " Top Ten not a social media "? Whenever there's sharing of opinions and open to public there 's a social interaction. Even if the site is private but open to every user with an opinion it becomes social. However, that doesn't mean that it determinate people's opinions ( maybe it can influence some people with pro or contra's but it certainly doesn't change everyone who make uses of TTT's ).
I know I know "Well then why are you on here? " Because I'm careful to not let someone else's opinion decide mine.
Top ten not social media
Ironically, soda consumption has been dropping steadily for years.
Yes, it is true. 78% of Americans think that soda is a food group.
What? Who in their right mind actually believes THAT?
Yes, they think that they're living in the land of free where everything is possible. Truth is that it's almost becoming a policestate. Just look for the special controls you get when you want to travel to America. Every person is filed and controlled by autorities and they're even not aware of it.
Freedom still has some restrictions to ensure safety, but there are still laws that need to be changed and laws that need to be passed.
Do you wish it was a hoax because you believe in the tower of babel?
This isn't true, but it was created by the exact same people who came up with the "Global Cooling" theory in the late 1970's.
Global Warming is actually caused both by nature and humans. It happens naturally, but our actions make the process worsen. People who believe that Global Warming is caused 100% by humans are idiots, and people who believe that Global Warming is caused 100% by nature, they're idiots.
First of all, one says that Americans think that global warming is fake and here one says that Americans think that global warming is caused by humans. So, which one is that Americans think that it is true?
But that's not a big issue ( one say A and another B).
About the comment, Global warming is caused by many causes. There are the natural causes ( the earth is in a cycle around the sun which has moved to a closer distance between them now.). Something you and I or anybody can't change. You can't change a distance and certainly not a ellipse between two planets or a planet and the sun. More important is global warming caused NOT by natural causes and for that matter caused by humanity. There are more cars than ever which increase higher CO and CO2 in the air, factories producing toxic gasses that harm the ozone layer also increased because we're consume more, the use of technologies that produces waves ( cellphones, computers, the internet etc..), the destroying of the ...more
Humans are a huge factor of Global Warming since they are causing it to speed up. Without humans, nature would have done it much more gradually.
Solar cycles cause global temperature change. Just like ice ages where the polar caps/glaciers have spread far beyond their current regions and at other times the caps melted and some areas were submerged - the globe warms and cools based on the source of global warmth - the sun... Not SUV's
Since when do we believe that?