What happens if we choose to give up our eternal quest for the truth. By that I mean the real truth, the one hidden behind all the lies?
Can we simply abandon our search and return to a life where discovering the dark truth no longer adds to our anger, egocentricity and a feeling of alienation from the world around us.
We are free to make that choice.
However, giving up the quest for truth would be fundamentally irresponsible.
Because by abandoning the search for truth we would be deluding ourselves into believing that this might be somehow constructive, progressive or even a good thing in our lives.
It isn’t. Because finding the truth is our only way to knowledge.
And knowledge is power.
So what happens to truth-seekers on their potentially life corrupting journey when they discover that the things they once believed are not as true as they were led to believe?
For example what would they do if they were to discover that corruption was lurking deep within the power structure that governs the majority of human affairs?
Would a discovery of that magnitude make truth-seekers the heroes or the villains of the story?
What would that mean for life going forward?
It raises another question – how do truth-seekers reconcile their beliefs with their higher intellect?
Truth Seeking is a risky business
Being a truth seeker can be a risky business. One risk is contracting a condition known as ‘cognitive dissonance’.
This is a mental discomfort usually experienced when presented with alternative beliefs, or realities, which conflict with the ones currently held.
This discomfort can cause people to reactively reject, then push away any unwanted ‘truths’.
Are truth-seekers really prepared to experience this discomfort because it appears to be a pre-requisite of their journey to finding the truth.
The big problem with searching for ‘the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth‘ is the longer the search continues, the more upset we human beings become.
In turn this means the more tempted we are to give up the truth-seeking search altogether.
Instead, many truth-seekers have found themselves adopting the artificial relief that pseudo idealism can present.
And that is one of the greatest challenges facing human society today.
What is Pseudo Idealism?
Pseudo-idealism is a term coined by the Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith. It describes apparently charitable behaviour which, on closer scrutiny, is revealed to be selfish, because the giver is engaging in it.
Pseudo Idealism in practice?
For decades people have been divided by the glitz covered ideals of socialism, new ageism, feminism, environmentalism, multiculturalism, globalisation-ism, anti-capitalism, political correct-ism and post-modernism. There are many more ‘isms, way too many to list here.
Ultimately all the above ideals have represented false starts to the human need to discover the truth about the world in which we live.
False starts? Why?
Divide and Conquer
Let’s face it the one thing a dictator fears more than anything else is the gathering of the people.
Simply put, for decades the corrupt hierarchies of power have been peddling these virtuous, and self-righteous, pseudo idealistic causes in order to control the masses.
How have they done this?
They’ve achieved this by creating controversial ideals which will ultimately divide people and their opinions (pseudo-idealism).
This works because most pseudo idealistic agendas will divide opinion, loyalties, beliefs, intellectuals, politics, commercial interests… the list goes on.
Divide and rule or divide and conquer, in politics and sociology is the gaining and maintaining of power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into pieces that individually have less power than the one implementing the strategy.
The use of this technique is meant to empower the sovereign to control subjects, populations, or factions of different interests, who collectively might be able to oppose its rule.
It’s a simple enough strategy. If the people are fighting amongst themselves, they are not challenging those in power.
The Truth Seekers of 2021
Over the years pseudo-idealism has been horribly abused in order to deter any real understanding or truth about the world in which we live.
However, there’s some good news.
A great transformation in the human race has now begun.
And with that transformation has come an understanding that the dogma and delusions which the powerful have been peddling for decades – are often hidden within pseudo-idealism
However, for millions of truth-seekers the endgame has now arrived.
Truth-Seekers 1 – 0 Rulers
In specific regard to the C-19 pandemic the world’s truth-seekers have finally worked out how the masses are being subjected to the dogmatically imposed values of the mega-rich elites.
Truth-seekers across the world have exposed those who have been using their influence to ‘purchase’ not only an entire generation of politicians but Big Pharma, the United Nations and the World Health Organisation as well.
Yes, truther-seekers have exposed how the advocates of this divide and conquer agenda have been using the C-19 pandemic as a platform to remove people’s right to freedom of speech, the right to question, the right to think independently and ultimately the right to find (and then accept) any understanding outside the one being driven at them via a propaganda soaked main stream media.
And as every politician knows – censorship reigns supreme.
The elites and the whole ugly business of global politics is finally being exposed for the evil it represents. The truth-seekers are winning the war and hopefully the human race will soon be free.
When this finally happens any justification for the egocentric power-fame-fortune-and-glory-seeking way of life which is being espoused by the global elites will end.
And, most significantly, this time the truth-seekers will not have abandoned their ongoing battle for truth, they will have won it.
I’d like to end here with a little advise to all our truth-seeking readers out there.
By freeing yourselves from the dogma dominated delusions offered by a whole host of pseudo-idealistic distractions then your on-going search for truth and understanding will be successful.
Always remember it is vital to form your own conclusions. Do this by questioning your assumptions, challenging your existing beliefs, and researching the realty of any given situation.
Don’t believe something just because someone else tells you to, especially when what you’re being told breeds fear rather than freedom.
Gather information from multiple sources and ultimately become a warrior for truth-seekers everywhere.
In this world of competing agendas and widespread worrisome headlines, remember the ABC principle which is used by independant investigative journalists.
I leave you now with some poignant lyrics from the song Revolution which was written by the late great John Lennon.
You say you wanna revolution
You say you got a real solution
Well, you know
We’d all love to see the plan
You ask me for a contribution
Well, you know
We’re all doing what we can
But if you want money for people with minds that hate
All I can tell you is brother you have to wait….
Peace and Tranquility.
Author: Michael W
Special thanks to
All the world’s Truther-Seekers