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New knowledge is always passed through this filter to see if it fits our subjective preconceptions. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on the television.This is how we decide what we will, or will not accept as truth. You can feel it when you go to work, when you go to church, when you pay your taxes.These almost invisible strings are very well concealed, where the puppets themselves the politicians, religious leaders, heads of educational institutions, scientists, foundations, various think-tanks, media moguls and other officials generally held in high-esteem by the sheeple - act so incredibly convincing as to blend in perfectly with their audience.Extremely evil men of all religious and ethnic persuasions who make up the world's power-elite have cleverly cultivated a virtual pasture so beautifully grass-green that few people, seldom if ever, bother to look up from where they are grazing long enough to notice the brightly coloured tags stapled to their ears.
To a human lemming, the commonsense logic behind an opinion doesn't count as much as the power, popularity and acceptance that comes with that opinion.
Why waste it allowing our potential, our personality, our values to be shaped, crafted, and limited according to the priorities and cares of this phoney world?
There are many truly important decisions that are crucial to our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, decisions that require information and research.
These same people who cannot see their enslavement for the ever delicious pasture grass, have a tendency to view as insane "conspiracy theorists," those of us seeming loons who have strained hard to see past the farm and into the parlour of the feudal lordship's castle.
Time is our most precious asset; it is always and deliberately in short supply and usually expended on the wrong things.