Fake vs. Real, Part 1

What’s the difference between fake and real?

That is usually in the eyes of the beholder. Mostly, people accept as fact that which is in agreement with their beliefs. It is a rare person indeed who objectively looks for info on both sides. Certainly not anyone in the current political madness.

However, underneath the surface, a clearing of sorts is occurring. The real IS being separated from the fake.

“Nah,” you say. “Reality is perception, and that’s different for every person. Goebbels, the Nazi propaganda minister, said that he could convince anyone that a square is a circle if he repeated it often enough.”

This argument has validity. Propaganda is based on the simple truth that repetition, even of a blatant untruth, can be accepted as fact if enough people agree.

Nevertheless, propaganda is based in materialism, in the idea that people are pieces of meat, unintelligent ciphers that will simply absorb information. Those who promote propaganda are themselves materialists interested in a service-to-self paradigm. Their calculations are based on getting people emotionally excited and/or stirring up opposition and hatred for their own benefit.

However, they simply cannot calculate for the unexpected/unknown spiritual factor in a human being. This factor is present even in people who claim to be atheists, because inside the biology of every human is the God template. This higher template can be ignored, but will often show up during times of confusion or severe stress. The 2020 election is likely to be very stressful.

This spiritual/higher self connection is ignored, necessarily, in polling and surveying, be cause this invisible  connection is not measurable. It is the variable that results in “wildcards,” or unforeseen outcomes such as the election of Donald Trump in 2016 when the election of Hillary was supposedly a given.

The 2020 election will be based on the perception of fake versus real. It’s already happening.

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Here is a pic of a trans woman confronting a binary woman. Which one is fake and which one is real? Here is what one anonymous commenter posted:

Observe his vaguely threatening stance and gesture; the difference in size between his massive skull and hers....the remnants of what appear to be sideburns on the side of his face versus the woman’s clear cheeks; the intense expression on his face versus the bewildered expression on hers, the sheer difference in size between their torsos – his is probably double the size of hers; his masculine profile with his chin jutting out and his longer face versus her rounder face. [The] assertion that...there is no meaningful difference between them makes for the most exquisite irony when their differences are juxtaposed so vividly. The contrast is almost divine. On the left is man’s hubris, his desire to capture the beauty of nature and make it his own, his cerebral and conscious understanding of what it means to be what he thinks he is, his intentional “becoming.” While on the right is nature, beautiful, effortless being. No doctor’s appointments or hormones or surgeries, just an “is” that needs nothing added to it in order to be complete. He tries so hard and yet the harder he tries to “become” the further he takes himself away from the effortless “is” of the thing he wants to be.”

I post this not to make fun of anyone, but to show starkly the difference between real and fake. There IS truth, but truth is not facts, figures, statistics, opinions, or emotions. TRUTH is what appeals to the divine within each one of us. When we fail to appreciate what and who we are, we diverge from real and become fake. The object of life is the discovery of who we are, and the acceptance of our life path and our soul mission. That discovery goes beyond the tawdry materialism of the body.

Who knows, maybe the life path of this guy is to balance the energies of male and female; perhaps he feels the feminine energy and is doing all he can to make himself congruent with it. I applaud that, as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others to have their own beliefs.

 Looking at a photograph like this will inform you of what you consider to be real. I’m all with the woman on the right, but an LGBTQ choral group I attend the concerts of has many trans people in it, and they would identify with the person on the left. To each his own, but the essence of a person goes beyond the physical body.

An assertion that two things are identical when they are not is a lie. It’s fake, it’s Orwellian. It’s a diminution of the language and the startling difference between what is real and what is fake. The guy on the left is not a woman, no matter how many cries of “transphobic” are uttered. The assertion of something over and over is an attempt to propagandize; it is not (necessarily) a fact.

For example, I accept completely the fact that the person on the left believes he is a woman. But to say, “If you do not believe that the person on the left is a woman, then you are transphobic,” I will not accept.  For the simple reason that such an assertion, and the demand that I alter my own belief system, destroys my personal self-determinism and my integrity. No one has the right to demand that of another.

A person is free, as far as I’m concerned, to assert that he or she is anything he or she wants to be, and to demand my tolerance of that assertion, but not to control my own thinking. Nevertheless, fascists, communists, nazis, dictators, lunatics, and other psychopaths have been doing this since humanity came out of the caves. The demand to control another’s thinking is rooted in a terrible personal insecurity, and indicates mental, emotional, and/or spiritual imbalance. Persons who demand that you change your beliefs to suit them NEED others to change in order to be happy, but this is an insufficiency within them.

The need for others to change is a violation of their free will, and denotes personal immaturity. Sorry to say, but a person’s feelings and emotions are their responsibility. A person learns this after he or she (or they, if you are gender neutral) grows from adolescence into adulthood. If you never learn this, you never learn any responsibility at all, for if you do not have sovereignty over your own emotions you cannot live a happy life. You can’t be happy if you constantly demand change from others but not yourself. It’s pretty simple.

 Now that I’ve insulted half the readers, I’ll get back to the point of this article: The election of 2020 is the most important in this country’s history. We have to decide, as voters, what kind of country we want: a country that recognizes personal responsibility and personal freedom, or a fake country that demands adherence to a “one-size-fits-all” line of thought. Will we become a country that continues to tolerate pedophilia, child abuse, satanism/satanic ritual abuse, and corruption?

Before the election next November, enough info will have come out about the dark networks across this country to scare the shit out of you. Then, all of us will have to decide what is truly real, and what is fake.

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