|Re: Learning is messy!!! Thank you for this. It's a good example of how oifinsmrmation is sometimes intentially created to manipulate competitive interests in the marketplace. It also demonstrates how bad information unexposed to critical thinking leads to inadvertant beliefs and how such beliefs e2€” even among best intentions e2€” sometimes enable and perpetuate injustices and immoral inflictions on others. On a larger scale, this illustrates a moral question: Profiteering from war and the integrity of people who knowingly or unknowingly enable profiteering. In a society where each of us is free to believe, speak and vote as we choose, is it morally okay for anyone not to critically think about what they believe, say and do?