Suddenly discovering that you were lied to on an atomic scale can be too pychologially difficult for most people to handle, so their mind quickly throws up a firewall. I remember the feeling well. It's like being thrown out of your home and forced to walk a three-sixty desert alone. It's an upheaval. Ignorance is much warmer, homely and embracing. Most people feel it safer to follow the crowd - even if that crowd is heading for a cliff (for example, the coming horror of European demographics is mentally averted by a quick: shut up, racist!).Yeah, the man on the street is something to go by and last week I spoke with an old flaming socialist who went on May Day marches once upon a time and all and he's had enough. It was like talking to Hitler and I liked it. In Sweden people are not afraid to voice their disbelief anymore and you hear it everywhere now and I don't go out that much and don't work so you can just imagine.
It's like every single person now has realised that they've been lied to and have been paying for their own extinction. People suddenly refuse to believe in things like the moon landing which for some has become the symbol of how media and governments lie to the masses. Even the swedish state tv showed a documentary about the moon landing hoax and I was gobsmacked.
It is because of the lies now we realise that the lies way back were far greater cause back then they had the monopoly and means to sell those lies. Thing is, do peope really want to the truth because there is a large group of people who seem to prefer to live in ignorance.
We call such people socialist voting cattle here in Sweden and they are still many enough to stop any kind of progress.
But some of us are stubborn and like to know the truth come what may. The establishment is scared shitless of people like us (e.g in most Euro countries Holohoax deniers are jailed) which of course brings a warm glow of its own.