Moe Bedard the Gnostic Warrior #wingnut #conspiracy #transphobia

The great Greek philosopher, Socrates once said, “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”

In today’s modern culture of social media and virtue signaling, there is a massive trend among people to support things and new ideologies that they have no real knowledge about.

It’s been dubbed the “I support the current thing #trend.”

It’s a way to say that you support something without having to do any work or research.

You just have to show up, and say, “I support this thing.”

Meaning, that, unlike Socrates, they do not know that they know nothing. But they act, lie, and will even fight you as if they do.
This trend is pushing many people to support and defend certain new ideologies they have no real knowledge about that can be potentially harmful to our nation’s youth and future. They are also contrary to our nation’s history and its traditional values.

I think we all know by now that the world is not black or white. There are shades of gray in every situation and topic.
The problem is that when you do that, you are supporting the wrong thing. If you don’t even know what it is, then how can you support it?

If you’re going to support something, be sure you know what you’re supporting before you do so. There are plenty of people who don’t know what they’re talking about and have no idea what they’re actually supporting.

If you don’t know anything about something, then don’t be foolish and support it. Also, do not expose your children to new woke ideologies and mentally ill drag queens that can damage their minds and ruin their lives.

You will not only look like an idiot and child abuser – you will become one.

Knowledge equals power!

This ancient fact will never change no matter what trend ignorant social justice warriors try to impose upon other people.

In regards to real knowledge (Gnosis), as former Navy SEAL and podcast celebrity, Jocko Willinck would say, “Get some!”



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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