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Denmark Fairy Tales: Denmark does not have a 33 hour work week

Denmark Fairy Tales: Denmark does not have a 33 hour work week

TL;DR  Summary Part 1: Denmark is the world’s happiest nation because of the following reasons (Not true) Part 2: Denmark has a $20/hour minimum wage (No, it does not). Part 3: Denmark has a 33 hour work week (No, it does not) Part 4: Denmark has Free University ? Yes but read why – it’s not why you think) Part 5: Denmark has Free Childcare? No, it does not – this claim is a lie). Part 6: Denmark has Free…

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Kafkatrapping, a logical fallacy used frequently in arguments

Kafkatrapping, a logical fallacy used frequently in arguments

TL;DR Summary: Kafkatrapping[1] is an argumentative form used frequently in propaganda messaging to convince you of someone’s agenda. If you have seen the movie, Monty Python’s The Holy Grail, you may remember that “only a witch would deny she is a witch”.  That’s kafkatrapping! A denial is confirmation! There is no possible defense to the accusation. The argument is framed in a way that to deny the argument is admit that you are guilty!