There is no doubt that much of the world we live in is illusionary and there has been a need for independent journalism to unearth the truth about partisan politics, geopolitics, finance, economics, science, healthcare and history to name but a few disciplines.
We have seen many examples of superb journalism unearthing irrefutable facts which counter and sometimes destroy the mainstream narrative. Our objective is quite simple in this regard, namely that we seek to deal with facts and establish the truth which is why our track record for correct forecasts is very substantial. If people want us to support their theories and hypotheses then present those irrefutable facts and we will shout it out to the proverbial four corners of the world.
There is also no doubt that in ever increasing numbers of people there has been an irretrievable breakdown in trust between governments, corporations, financial institutions and those people. Whilst there are occasions that there are valid reasons for doing so, this has led to an explosion in beliefs and movements that everything is now a gigantic conspiracy.
In one such example the recent coronavirus outbreak was immediately branded a bioweapon without any consideration for the science which would have to underpin such assertions. The conviction of certain people to believe in this hypothesis is so strong that they are not prepared to entertain anything of substance which contradicts that theory.
If such a theory or hypothesis encounters an established fact that derails such assertions it has to be discarded. However, we continue to see people ignoring this basic premise of investigation because they are determined to hang onto their beliefs, no matter what.
The power of such beliefs belies the fundamental tenet of exposing truth and reality. Someone has to categorically prove their theories, hypotheses or assertions. The onus is never on us or anyone else to disprove something which is not an established fact. We have personally encountered that defence mechanism when questioning such narratives.
If we are going to consider mounting a robust challenge to the official narrative, people expressing conformational bias is not part of the answer, nor those who ignore the fundamental principles which underpin any such investigation. In some cases it has reached the point in analogous terms that people are questioning the mechanism by which respiration occurs and therefore that proves that we don’t breathe.
This breakdown in trust has led people to no longer believe in the powerful force of nature and that all science is fundamentally flawed. We also have this paradox whereby on the one side we have people believing that the cabal ultimately seeks to turn us all into AI and on the flipside there is the Q movement, who have been trusting a plan for 2.5 years that has failed to deliver anything of substance. When you position yourself in the middle of these polarised viewpoints, you are attacked by all sides and accused of not understanding what is unfolding.
What has compounded this is that some of the most widely held beliefs in the “truth” community are in fact of deep state origin. They have sought to see how easy it was to subjugate people who had broken out of the mainstream thought processes. In essence, swapping one illusion for another.
The deep state have also sought to feed such theories themselves to discredit the entire “truth” movement. We have experienced this many times over the years. When you attempt to discuss something which is tangible, people will immediately seek to shut down the conversation by branding us believers in reptilians and shapeshifters.
If we don’t seek to establish irrefutable evidence which leads to verification of the truth we are no better than the mainstream media when it distorts the narrative. The truth should never be about conformational bias. It should always be about exposing the reality in the world of illusion, no matter how painful that might be. If not, we are just deceiving ourselves instead of being deceived by the cabal. Arguably, that puts us in an even more disadvantageous position than if we had remained oblivious to this illusion, in the first place. Only the truth will truly set us free.