Staying sane in a world of lies
When we write the history books of the future, 2016 will be hailed as the year when things turned around. Brexit and Donald Trump are some incredible signs of what can be accomplished as long as there is just an inch of hope.
Having said that, although we have won an important battle, we have not yet won the war. That's all right, we're not tired of winning yet.
But of course, we can't slack off. The enemy is still much more powerful than us. They just went all in with their misjudged support for Hillary Clinton, and they lost. One wonders, not without some fear, what will they do now?
But just as well, what can they do?
Just like the Devil, their greatest power comes from convincing the world that they don't exist. And as the Democratic Party even brag about, courtesy of the Podesta Emails:
"... we've all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry. The unawareness remains strong but compliance is obviously fading rapidly."
They are probably correct that the unawareness remains strong, but just as compliance fades, more and more people get their eyes opened to the truth everyday. For all of you who've tasted the Red Pill in this process, I pray that you have at least someone with whom you can talk about it.
Of course I don't suggest that I or anyone else knows the whole truth, but what we know is horrible enough.
What makes it worse is that these are things which you don't speak about it in polite society. This of course helps to keep the majority unaware, which is detrimental to our cause and all the free world. But what makes it really diabolical is the psychological effect on those who are a little less unaware.
Everyday they have to face the world, knowing the enormous lies and horrible crimes that take place all around us. And as long as society as a whole goes along with it, that is the only "truth" that most people will ever want to hear. To be alone with this knowledge can be one heavy burden.
I understand very well why Cypher wanted back into the Matrix. Ignorance is bliss, as they say. Well, being drunk is also bliss, but that is at least saved for the weekend.
Wow, that was a lot of depressing talk. Let's not do that again!
Although your knowledge will prevent you from ever again feeling content as an ordinary citizen and having a place in society, I'd suggest that the price is worth it.
'Cause you know what your knowledge entitles you to be a part of?
Choose it wisely.
Last updated on Thursday, December 15, 2016