The Form of Social Truth

An alleged social truth is confirmed by the evidence that supports its existence, not the presence of the word being included in its title.

When there is insufficient evidence supporting an alleged social truth, the inclusion of the word by the speaker may be evidence supporting an attempt by the speaker to seduce and distort the perception of reality of the audience they are speaking to.

Legal Disclaimer: This writing has been published with respect to the requirements communicated by our nation’s legislature within the US Code and the spirit of our founding leaders as manifested by our nation’s Constitution. This writing does not represent the honorable office of the US Presidency. Still, it is a conclusion supported by the evidence produced by a citizen who was elected to serve in that office.

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