Baruch writes of something here that constantly vexes me, the corrosion of our government icons when the lens of truth is applied, the same lens that fails to un-tarnish the villains. In my personal life, I have conversations with some highly intelligent folks who simply cannot function without believing in a cacophony of beautiful lies—and so I write. With this realization in mind I am forever uncovering a piece of fascinating knowledge which cannot be presented without drawing ridicule from those entrapped by their ossified collective dreams. Having long ago gotten over this rejection, I now embrace the lonely sadness of knowing that the brainwashed will cling to their binding lies and that the murder of truth will continue its tidal surge.
Baruch’s choice of a transformative social force in the form of a man as our last 20th Century hero is fascinating and well-informed.
Check out Baruch’s take on this subject at the link below.
A Partial Exhumation of the American Dream