The Narrative is ALMOST ALWAYS the opposite of the truth.
Why is this the case?
Human psychology in groups. That's why.
Here are some examples:
Nutrition: They still say meat is bad. Meat is the literal best human food there is. And they still do this while having not a single interventional study (actual experiment) to ever substantiate any of these outlandish claims demonizing meat (the same can be said for salt, fat, and cholesterol). Just one more reason to not trust the “experts.”
Politics: Early on in America it was, “Should politicians have this power.” It was a fight against more power. Today, the narrative is, “Who should have the power, the left or the right?” It is now a complete farce.
Collectivism: Do it for “us all” is the new collectivist banner, which is nothing more than the current most effective propaganda campaign to convince the masses that the powerful should dictate how they should live so “we all” can solve this “world-ending catastrophe.” (Cept it’s not going to end the world and it’s not even close to being a catastrophe.)
Bloodletting: A common practice into the early 20th century
In the beginning in Asia and the Mideast, patients were bled to release demons and bad energy. Later, in ancient Greece, they were bled to restore the body's balance of fluids, and even later, in medieval and Renaissance Europe, they were bled to reduce inflammation -- by then thought to be at the root of all disease.