I have had some interesting experiences talking to people about the New World Order. When I present the facts to people I get two common responses:
- The first person that I talk to will say that it is impossible to make an informed decision and therefore they make the choice to believe that the government would not hurt them.
- The second person that I talk to will say that they can see the tyranny but if the New World Order is as bad as I say it is then they better keep their mouth shut so that they don’t get hurt.
Both of these typical people are in denial about the New World Order. In this blog I will discuss denial and knowing reality.
Wikipedia says about denial:
Denial is a defense mechanism postulated by Sigmund Freud, in which a person is faced with a fact that is too uncomfortable to accept and rejects it instead, insisting that it is not true despite what may be overwhelming evidence. The subject may use:
- Simple denial: deny the reality of the unpleasant fact altogether
- Minimisation: admit the fact but deny its seriousness (a combination of denial and rationalization)
- Projection: admit both the fact and seriousness but deny responsibility.
You can see that the first person that I talked about is affected by simple denial. The second person I talked about could either be affected by minimization or projection. The point is that despite the available evidence these people refuse to accept that facts.
How do we Know Things Or Objectivist Metaphysics and Epistemology
I would like to take a few moments and discuss how every human knows things.In The Philosophy of Objectivism: A Brief Summary Leonard Peikoff states:
The base of Objectivism is explicit: “Existence exists – and the act of grasping that statement implies two corollary axioms: that something exists which one perceives and that one exists possessing consciousness, consciousness being the faculty of perceiving that which exists.”
The third axiom at the base of knowledge…is the Law of Identity. This law defines the existence of existence: to be is to be something, a thing is what it is.
In layman’s terms, Peikoff is saying that our world exists and that we can use our five senses to understand it’s existence and that we can learn and understand. We can trust our learning because things are what they are, i.e. a thing can only be what it is, or simply A = A. A tree is a tree, a rock is a rock or person is a person.
Therefore when you see:
- Bankers being installed as the heads of state in Greece and Italy:
- (Wikipedia) On 16 November 2011, Mario Monti was officially sworn in as Prime Minister of Italy, after unveiling a technocratic cabinet composed entirely of unelected professionals.
- (Wikipedia) Lucas Papademos was proposed for the position of Prime Minister of Greece on 10 November 2011, after the head of the governing party, George Papandreou, decided to step down, and allow a provisional coalition government to form with the task of taking Greece out of the major political crisis caused by the country's debt crisis.
- When the super rich can break laws with impunity:
- (SeatleTimes) If a kid in a hoodie held up a store for $15, he'd soon be in the custody of Sheriff Sue. A well-connected guy in a business suit "loses" $1.6 billion in other people's money? He's still free. "Equal justice under law"? That's rich.
- When America is transformed into a police state:
- When there is a fake global warming crisis and UN Agenda 21 are being used to set up world government:
- The elite publish books explaining their plans:
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If you think I am wrong, prove me wrong!!! Get off the fence and take a stand!!!
The problem is that people are comfortable with their “reality” and they cannot accept what is actually going on or they don’t want to be seen as weird or rocking the boat. As an example, have you ever avoided opening a bill that has arrived in the mail because you would then have to deal with the fact that you would then have to pay the bill or deal with the consequences? People feel they need permission to acknowledge the truth and then they can get on the band wagon. As a rule people are sheep.
I have been mocked all my life about my curly hair, my acne and that I did gymnastics. I have done things selfishly for me that nobody supported me on like joining the army, getting involved in acrobatic cheerleading or moving around the world in pursuit of opportunity. As a result of these experiences I have learned not to care what other people say about me and allowed me to wake up and see the truth.
Everyone has to pick a side in this battle. Either you are for life and freedom or you are for cowardice and slavery! Don’t live in denial! Research the facts for yourself! Take responsibility for your life and the life of your children!