At large, the public does not know much about the truth. More often than not, we are exposed to half-truths, true”isms”, bent-truths, and a variety of versions of alternate fables that are delicately fashioned to coerce their recipients into accepting their information as true. Without these bent, or half-truths, governments would fail to be supported, wars would not be able to be waged, corporations would fail, film production at large would cease, careers would be lost, and power, as we know it, would have no way of being enabled to exist.
From birth, we are convinced that there is one “order”, one true way to exist, and we, as American citizens, must abide by this order so that our safety is duly enforced. The problem with this concept is that it exists internationally; each respective culture is convinced that its own particular infiltrated order is the correct order, and its inhabitants must submit accordingly, so the civilization can exist.
For this reason truth must be subjective, and the more I know about my truth, the more I know about my lie. What is your truth?