In America, belief in the concept of individual freedom is an act of cruel self-deception, and Americans have a propensity for shrinking from dissent as if it were an odious cancer.
But, as Samuel Clemens once wrote, it is invariably easier to dupe the masses than it is to convince them they have been duped. Indeed, tell an American they aren’t free, and watch for the daggers drawn at one’s back.
How comical then, in a country owned by London’s Crown Temple, Chase Manhattan and truly governed by names and faces with which the masses shall never become familiar belonging to global decision makers never broadcast on television, Americans have a hard time conceiving of the idea the politicians for whom they cast votes are nothing more than well trained actors operating under pseudonyms.
For some, in fact for many, cognitive dissonance is a terrifying concept to contemplate.
The ability to discover, discern, and digest paradigm altering new information or ideas contradicting the philosophies, ideals, and what is believed to be one’s settled conception of reality, even in a digital age where information is readily accessible, remains paradoxically difficult for many to obtain and assimilate. Indeed, it is never easy to comprehend, and can be a most harrowing prospect to even consider but for a moment that for one’s entire life they’ve been systematically betrayed – lied to by those in whom they’ve placed their complete and implicit trust.
Be that as it may folks, there can be no doubt one’s so-called political leaders have sold the masses defective goods and charged a kings ransom in retail price (taxes) to finance the prevailing system of commercial and unlawful but legal slavery. No doubt the ruling elites shall continue to shovel their pathological lies and will continue to do so for as long as they remain successful, and all to keep the masses invested in their criminal commercial monopoly. The actors for whom you’ve cast votes don’t care about you, much less about the death of republican democracy – assuming such a concept ever truly existed.
However, when one dares endeavor to deliver such a dire message to the public at large, and when one finds they are taking flack because of it, it implies the bombs of truth have indeed inflicted damage upon the intended target. One has most recently been accused of indulging in the art of disinformation, and that there exists no proof for one’s published findings. Within this baseless assertion exists the implication one is dispensing truth mixed with poisoned grains of prevarication. While the former is certainly factual, one has provided no cause or proof in demonstrating any tangible evidence of dispensing the latter.
But, only the truly desperate and pathetic liar determined to discredit those attempting to discern the absolute truth will be found grasping at such proverbial straws.
On the other hand, such an accusation is understandable, in that no one wants to contemplate everything they’ve been conditioned to believe may be an illusion. It has become self-evident that for the masses of acutely fearful, the effort necessary in determining those tenets which have been established as gospel truths, those sacred pillars upon which are based the guiding principles of their very lives and national identity could ever possibly be revealed for what they truly are – an elaborate canard – is truly too arduous or even perilous an endeavor to undertake.
Nevertheless, one shall proceed despite having to suffer the petty slings and arrows wielded by those pusillanimous few lacking genuine names and conspicuous faces, who shall never, regardless of the verifiable facts presented, summon the requisite fortitude in sacrificing the comforting sweetness of lies for the bitterness of truth. Continue reading “The mysterious man of many famous faces (part III)”