I guess read this and just… choose your sources wisely:
Haha, there is criticism about the first chart too, but whatever. It’s better than Infowars’ chart. lol
I think pick and choose from a variety of sources across the spectrum and see what headlines/themes pop up the most. Those will be the bigger stories that everyone is latching onto if you want to stay afloat of current events.
I think most ENFJ end up being pushed to become icons/figureheads for one cause or another as they rise in influence though, so might as well go toward something you personally believe in. You don’t want to inadvertently end up as an icon for something you abhor but must keep up appearances to because it’s now your “loyalty base”… lol So pick something you’re actually interested in, and then explore political links to that. It could be science or environment itself, then explore how science is politically motivated, how it’s funded. etc.
The thing about politics is that the web goes everywhere. Even seemingly nonpolitical stuff, like pop music, you start realizing why one thing or another is rising to the forefront instead of this seemingly “equal” thing. Maybe the music speaks to the political climate, maybe it’s a cry for help for release from that climate. Backtracking into each thing like how the artist grew up to create this, or leading into new things like what companies want to use this music in their commercials, what groups of fans are appalled or delighted by this use, are all aspects of it. Just noticing these connections creates a better sense of political awareness.
So yeah, it’s easiest to start where you are already interested and weave out from there. Of if the group has a specific topic, you can look for something you’re interested in within that topic. Though I suspect that it all is going to go over your head for a while since political stuff has its own language depending on the group discussing.