April 17, 2016 by Jon Rappoport
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Warning: Don’t read this article if you want to avoid feeling an unpleasant sensation in the pit of your stomach.
The issue here is: refusing to believe an uncomfortable fact.
An unpleasant fact.
A devastating fact.
There is a simple formula that describes how the public refuses to believe an uncomfortable fact.
It goes this way:
“Well, if that were true, then…”
It’s a statement that suggests a person is standing at the edge of a cliff. And if he accepted some particularly unpleasant fact, he’d suddenly fall off.
Another way to look at it: if he accepted this fact, it would lead, by contagion, to him admitting there were other very uncomfortable truths. And then, by extension, like branches quickly growing out of a tree, a whole host of multiplying shocks…
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