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Truth in the world, lies, ignorance, deceit, treachery, how would you describe the world today?

If you would ask me: "Describe The World In Two Words?"

I would say about Governments: Big Mess!
Someone said: Confusing, weird.
Another one said: Totally insane.

About people I only need one word: Promising!
Others said; Awesome, amazing, funny, nice, cool, friendly, mysterious, lovable, inventive, huggable, and more.

If you do the Google search on this question you'll find more and, almost every time in a positive way.

How come that the majority of people are so friendly, and the world is a big mess?

If you take a closer look and investigate all these facts:
…. Why are there so much poison processed foods in the supermarket?
…. Why do pharmaceutical companies need more money to investigate?
…. Why are their marketing budgets bigger then the research budget?
…. Why are pharmaceutical drugs the number one killer in the world?
…. Why did we have more then 200 coups and wars after the Second World War?
…. Why do we need a secret weapon called HAARP?
…. Why do we see Chemtrails in the sky every week?
…. Why do we need GMO foods?
…. Why do we need to rescue banks gambling with our money?
---- Why … (fill in the blanck).

Is it possible that governments have a hand in all these matters?
…. Who else might be involved, … a New World Order? … the Powers That Be?

Isn't it time you need to know what's going on behind the scene?

Here's what Arthur Schopenhauer said about it:
"All truth passes through 3 stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident".

A wise man, Eric Schaub who stated:
* "The truth doesn't sell. It is high in supply, but low in demand".
* "The truth is more important than its teller".
* "A seeker of truth is no stranger to controversy".

The more I truly learn, I realize the less I truly know.
In reading you can learn so much from history. Knowledge that saves you from making the same mistakes all over again. Who said history repeats itself? Said more clearly: "Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it" (Karl Marx)

Isn't it time we seek and face the truth?
No legacy is so rich as honesty, said William Shakespeare

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Bud you also can learn a lot from George Bernard: "If you do not say a thing in an irritating way, you may as well not say it at all because people will not trouble themselves about anything that does not trouble them".

What are YOU gone do, living from day to day, from holiday to holiday? To find someday your world turned upside down, ….. suddenly?

George Bernard Shaw, quote about Truth:  "The right to know is like the right to live. It is fundamental and unconditional in its assumption that knowledge, like life, is a desirable thing".

Richard E. Sincere, Jr., quotes about Truth: "In a free society, standards of public morality can be measured only by whether physical coercion -- violence against persons or property -- occurs. There is no right not to be offended by words, actions or symbols".

Isaac Bashevis Singer, quotes about Truth: "We know what a person thinks, not when he tells us what he thinks, but by his actions".

Alexander Solzhenitsyn, quotes about Truth: "The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie. One word of truth outweighs the world".

Gerry Spence, quotes about Truth: "While birds can fly, only humans can argue. Argument is the affirmation of our being. It is the principal instrument of human intercourse. Without argument the species would perish. As a subtle suggestion, it is the means by which we aid another. As a warning, it steers us from danger. As exposition, it teaches. As an expression of creativity, it is the gift of ourselves. As a protest, it struggles for justice. As a reasoned dialogue, it resolves disputes. As an assertion of self, it engenders respect. As an entreaty of love, it expresses our devotion. As a plea, it generates mercy. As charismatic oration it moves multitudes and changes history. We must argue -- to help, to warn, to lead, to love, to create, to learn, to enjoy justice, to be".

Herbert Spencer, quotes about Truth: "The authoritarian sets up some book, or man, or tradition to establish the truth. The freethinker sets up reason and private judgment to discover the truth... It takes the highest courage to utter unpopular truths".

Herbert Spencer, quotes about Truth: "The greatest of all infidelities is the fear that the truth will be bad".

Sir Leslie Stephen, quotes about Truth: "Every man who says frankly and fully what he thinks is so far doing a public service. We should be grateful to him for attacking most unsparingly our most cherished opinions".

Robert Louis Stevenson, quotes about Truth: "The cruelest lies are often told in silence".

Now what have you learn today?
And there's some more to come, …

"Wars in old times were made to get slaves. The modern implement of imposing slavery is debt."
-- Ezra Pound

When marijuana was legalized in Alaska, consumption went down. The Netherlands had a similar experience. In Amsterdam, heroin addiction is half that of the U.S. rate, and crack is not widely available. When we honor our neighbor's choice, he or she will often act differently than we would have predicted. ... The excessive profit that comes from prohibitive licensing would not exist in the self-regulating marketplace ecosystem. Alcohol and cigarettes, which are illegal for minors, are less of a problem because they are less profitable. If recreational drugs were legal, their medicinal properties could be more easily studied and employed. Today, red tape discourages physicians from giving marijuana to their patients, even though it can slow the progress of glaucoma, keep cancer patients from being nauseated by chemotherapy, and help treat multiple sclerosis. Until it became illegal, marijuana was listed in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia for some of these purposes. Instead, our enforcement agents seized the marijuana plants of a retired postal worker suffering from cancer. Robert Brewser had used them to control the pain and nausea from his radiation therapy. The agents also took -- without trial -- the van his wife used to take him to the hospital for treatment! How much universal love do we show our neighbors when we support laws that make this possible? ... Aggression-through-government sets the stage for drug problems. When we discriminate against disadvantaged workers through minimum wage and licensing laws, we frustrate their economic goals. Getting high is certainly more attractive when other parts of one's life don't seem to be working. Selling drugs certainly seems like a lucrative career for a ghetto youth banned from legitimate paths of creating wealth. In addition to the other deleterious effects of licensing laws, they may well contribute to the drug problem. Drug prohibition is counterproductive. We resist this conclusion, however, because we want to control other people's choices. Some people will indeed make what we consider to be poor choices for themselves. People who overeat, drink heavily, or engage in dangerous activities may prefer a shorter, more exciting, and intense life to a longer one with different rewards. They may prefer gratification over longevity. It is their life and their choice -- if only we would honor it.
-- Dr. Mary J. Ruwart

"Alcohol didn't cause the high crime rates of the '20s and '30s, Prohibition did. And drugs do not cause today's alarming crime rates, but drug prohibition does.... Trying to wage war on 23 million Americans who are obviously very committed to certain recreational activities is not going to be any more successful than Prohibition was."
-- Judge James Paine

"Thanks to the war on drugs, nearly 700,000 people were arrested in the United States for possession of marijuana in 1997, while 400,000 currently sit in prison for drug crimes -- more than the entire prison population of Britain, Germany and Belgium -- for what is a consensual act. Nearly $35 billion a year is spent on arresting, prosecuting and jailing drug criminals in the US -- $400 million in Canada -- to hammer at a crime which essentially harms no one but the drug user."
-- Steven Martinovich.

Didn't we elect these governments?

Do we need governments anyway?

Isn't it better to create self-supporting local economies like we had before? Do we really need to give away our fruits of labor for money that's actually worthless through inflation? Worthless by default?

Don't we need to start from scratch creating our world, a truly better world?

Can my protest song contribute to raise the awareness?
… and will you actively help me to spread the word?
-- Henk Mutsaers

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