What is the lesser of the two: To be ignorant of the truth, or knowledgeable in lies?
A revolution occurs either when an existing system is toppled and replaced with another one, or when people who were part of a revolution lead their county in a new direction. A coup d'etat is the sudden, extra-judicial deposition of a government, usually by a small group of the existing State establishment — typically the military. The U.S. is no stranger to sponsoring coups of nations that they perceive as thorns in their push for global domination. At this point the succession of wool pooling is coming to an end, but people don't see it. Tunisia and Egypt were presented to us as people-driven revolutions, when all along, both were in fact CIA coups in the most classic of ways.
Just have a look ourselves at who is now running Egypt; the people in "Freedom Square" or the military? This wave of coups was disguised as a wave of change, but somewhere along the way someone else stepped into the cloth and now the real monster and real purpose has emerged. If we follow the trail and trace it back, we can only be confronted with a different truth. Let it be stated that the one who stepped on the cape was Libya. Libya was presented as a new anti-government stance of the people, as in the two previous countries. In very short time however, it turned into a U.S. invasion and full-scale war. The "freedom" and "revolutionary" disguises were exposed to the point where we now we see "imperialism" and "mercenary". So it worked in Egypt and it worked in Tunisia. Three months in, and the U.S. have already entered another country. This kind of activity exemplifies what has been happening all along: A war on independence and a war against nation states. NATO have now been exposed as what they have always been, which is a sponsor of terror and death abroad and against anyone that is not in line with the global agenda. Lately it seems, the people's dreams are being built with ideas of change. People are asking themselves, "When will this happen over here?" Deception runs deep, and people are so ignorant to reality that their dreams actually amount to nightmares. Basically, a military coup is what people are calling freedom. Liberation is actually nothing more than pure enslavement. People's independent-thinking is now controlled by corporate agendas on such deep levels, that they cannot differentiate between right or wrong, freedom or slavery, and free speech or censorship. No action is removable from a context. A sequence is part of a bigger sequence. A bridge always connects two sides. Yet we are presented with only certain frames of a given sequence. If we look at that specific situation with a deeper scope, we see Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya as sharing the same sequence with certain variations. The first one went through without a problem, and no one even found out what happened. In Egypt, it was a bit more difficult so they used plan B instead: The "revolution" card. In Libya, the same process took on a different path, from the "revolution" to the "insurgency," to what is now the real perpetrator coming forward and doing what they set out to from the get go, which is a coup and a takeover. If there were someone in Tunisia like in Egypt who would have refused to stand down, there would have been a "revolution" in Tunisia like in Egypt. Similarly, if there were someone in Egypt like in Libya, there would have been an insurgency rather than an invasion. At this point in time, Libya is under attack. There is a war taking place. The first rule of war is whatever the TV/newspaper/radio is saying tends to be the inverse. A revolution in Egypt actually means an invasion of Egypt. Commercials are the certainty of this theory. The media tells us that a car gives us freedom. The truth, however, is that it doesn't. It enslaves us to so many things that each of us is like Gulliver, pinned down with multiple ropes to the greater landscape: Insurance, gas, bank, traffic, and an infinity of other things. A car gives us the freedom to get stuck in traffic while people walking and biking pass us right by. On television, we hear the term "insurgent" quite often. For those unaware, insurgent means anti-patriot, and everything as the opposite of what is presented. This why our dreams fail; the energy that moved them forward was actually forging ahead the nightmare. Just when we think we've accomplished our dreams, we come to realize it is not what we thought it would be.
What is the lesser of the two: To be ignorant of the truth, or knowledgeable in lies? Neither is the lesser. Both reveal that lies are actually truths, and that the truth is a lie.