A House Doomed to Fall

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Many people around the world have belief systems that resemble a fragile house of cards. A belief system consists of interconnected and interdependent ideologies and philosophies. The more interconnected and interdependent the components of a person’s belief system are, the more difficult it is for that person to adjust their worldview when new information becomes available.

The components of a narrow-minded person’s belief system are so closely interrelated, that altering one facet of the belief system is just like removing a card from the house – the whole thing comes tumbling down. This phenomenon causes many people to ignore and suppress┬ánew discoveries about the world around them because it conflicts with some facet of their worldview.

People with a rigid belief system cannot synthesize┬ánew information and adjust their understanding of reality based on the new data, because to them, adjusting one small element of a worldview is the same as rejecting the entire package. The ‘House of Cards’ belief systems perpetuate some of the greatest dangers of modernity and lead to the rape of intellectual and moral integrity.

The philosophies that are propagated by these imbecilic cults must be wiped from the face of the earth. They bring nothing but ignorance and death.

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