I like to use the term
"one-sided" when I come across to very misleading, too much marketing or even wrong information in annual letters. My observations can be flawed so I am very hesitant to use more extreme terms such as
"brainwash" or such terms. One example where I like to use the term
"one-sided" and sometimes
"propaganda" is in finance and particularly with speculators. One good example is Buffettphilists that premisizes their actions with Buffett's historical actions (this company is like Buffet's this-that company, I will buy it etc).
- What are more lively terms for one-sided information?
- What are more neutral terms for one-sided ambiguous information?
- What are more stressing terms for one-sided clearly wrong information?
- What are more neutrals terms for clear brainwashing?