posted on Aug, 4 2011 @ 06:04 PM
reply to post by CasiusIgnoranze
One's truth is a lie to another. One's lie is a truth to another.
Believe what you want, don't believe what you don't want. He said, she said and then there's the truth.
No one can say the next WW would be based on a lie or based on truth, with a hundred percent certainty.
The question is, can one condition themselves to believe lies to be truths and truths to be lies?
What is a truth anyway? "Truth has a variety of meanings, such as the state of being in accord with a particular fact or reality, or being in accord
with the body of real things, real events or actualities." en.wikipedia.org...
One can put faith and trust and make a pact over a lie, which is still noble in and of itself, but then there is more to it after the lie has been
established, that gut feeling that goes with the lie...does it feel right to engage or wrong to engage...if it feels right to engage in a war based on
a lie, then for that person, it is now a truth, so technically it is a truth because now it is a reality. If it feels wrong, then it is a lie to that
person and a lie to their reality.
Good question though.