The Kurt Cobain Example of Why Debunking Myths Matters

Many events today are staged for our consumption. They’re used to condition us and make us willing to do and think things we would not do or think otherwise.

We’ve been sold a bill of goods regarding much of what we think we know about our modern world. Take the JFK assassination, for example. Or what about 9/11? The official story is B.S., but it has allowed us to be led by the nose into horrible wars and the loss of our precious freedoms.

So where does Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain fit into this? He was murdered. His suicide was staged. You can find out more here.

Honestly, I was never a Nirvana fan, and until I learned of Cobain’s murder, I couldn’t have cared less about him. So why does this matter? Because it’s more proof that things are not what they seem.

One gentleman, Tom Grant, who’s been investigating this for years says he has received e-mails from teenagers who were thinking of committing suicide because it seemed to be the cool thing to do. After all, if Cobain did it, why not? However, when they found out he’d been murdered, they changed their minds.

Think about that. It’s powerful, isn’t it? Discovering the truth has saved lives. So let’s declutter our brains, debunk myths and lies we hold so dear and save more lives–perhaps even our own.

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