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A political opinion about informed democracy

  1. Our world poses certain issues that need to be acted upon.
  2. To understand the issue, one needs information.
    1. This information is fact-based[1].
  3. If you don't accept facts (or can't deny falsehoods), you cannot properly contribute.
  4. The democratic principle does never apply to facts, but only on how we humans want to respond to it.
    1. facts cannot be discussed, only proven or disproved by other facts (i.e. new information)
    2. All responses should also be validated as possible before it can be considered to be voted.
Further reads

Inductive Reasoning

Logic of science