Truth will out

The truth takes no prisoners, and it does not mollycoddle friends. I would like to apologize to any of my friends and family who I have upset while reading this blog. It was not meant to be nice and sweet. I created it to expose lies and infamies. I created it to show what true liberty is about, and to help guide individuals away from government coercion and fallacies. I would say to those who get upset, you can still read it if you take it with a pinch of salt, but this kitchen is getting hot, so if you can’t take the heat, I suggest you don’t read it. I’m not interested in creating family feuds or disenfranchising friends. For me this blog is personal, and a challenge for all those who espouse liberty.

One thing I like to do however, and something which I’m leaning toward; is self empowerment. Just because I’ve broken all your eggs, doesn’t mean I want you to stand in a puddle of goo. Make an omelet with those eggs! The ideas I have could change the world and truly make it a better and more sustainable place, without resorting to the diabolical fallacies of socialism, communism, despotism and fascism.

I cannot be put into a box because there are elements of political parties and ideas that I like and despise. Can you say that you currently support your party 100% and if not, what are you doing about it?

And what can you do to help yourself personally? How are your finances? How is your family? Are you relying on some form of government entity, or are you all chipping in to take a vacation, or cook meals together?

I believe in the best of all of you, every single person on this earth has something they are good at. Utilize those skills and make the most of yourself. Don’t ever wait around for someone else to tell you what to do, or give you permission. Get out there and be all you can be.

And to end, I will give a friendly warning to those who have not read my posts before. Nobody is safe on my blog; because safety is an illusion, and the truth always bears true eventually. If you can prove me wrong, I dare you to try. As annoying as it is to be proven wrong, it is always a good learning curve and a humbling experience. But do your research and back up your ideas with facts, because I put an awful lot of effort into my research and postings, and I’ve got a lot of philosophy behind me.

The truth is a funny thing, it only peeps its head out from time to time, and it can create crushing blows, but also extreme enlightenment.

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Paul Townsend

Paul is a freelance writer who grew up in the UK and became an American citizen.

6 thoughts on “Truth will out”

  1. Keep up the good vibes. We all need a kick in the old derriere once in a while. It really wasn’t that tough on us.

    1. I try and look at everything objectively. If it doesn’t add up I reject it. I see many well intentioned people going down similar paths to the very one’s they’re reacting against. I hope if anything this blog helps give a different perspective and helps to find the real culprits of the problems.

    1. Skepticism will either help sharpen the idea or destroy it. History will always bear truth in time. Do you remember when Dagny arrived in the Gulch and we discovered that one of the workshops had gone bust several times through new innovations? I’d love for someone to smash apart one of my theories so I could form a better one. I actually find it infuriating when I figure something out and I have no one around to pick at it without silly references that can easily be broken.

  2. whoah this blog is fantastic i like reading your posts. Stay up the good paintings! You know, lots of persons are looking around for this information, you could help them greatly.

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