It’s fine to not group-think. It’s totally fine to think whatever you wish about anything or anyone – so long as you’re not advocating harm to those people.
But a word of warning here – DO NOT pay the slightest attention to PaulJosephWatson there. A narci….no, a wannabe (but doesn’t even have sufficient charisma to be) narcissist, who likes to think he’s informing you, and educating and enlightening you. Telling you all the stuff that evil mainstream media (“MSM” to those who think they’re so much more clever than you are – even though to most of us they just look like they’re still using a late 90’s Microsoft messaging application and their finger slipped at the last hurdle) doesn’t want you to KNOOOOOWW.
He’s nothing but a self-serving twat, who uses HIMSELF as his sources. Now you might wish to assert that this is exactly what I’m doing. No, I actually bother doing research, and anything else is very obviously my own opinions. What Paul Watson does is try and make out he’s ‘bringing you’ a tonne of information. Yes he’s ‘informing you of what he knows’, that the evil MSN…sorry MSM isn’t telling you. But all he’s actually doing is spouting his own opinions, based on….his own opinions, backed up by…himself. And this is the twat that people are worshipping as “independent journalism”.
I despair. There shouldn’t be any one person who is a ‘go to’ for information. You should always do your own research and look into things yourself (that means generally staying well away from cobbled together shit like Wikipedia and doing ACTUAL research). But the worst kinds of people are those who pretend they’re ‘bringing you’ information when in fact all they’re really doing is bringing more opinion.