Attention, anyone who has been told they are “color blind.” Don’t believe that! You’re perfect the way you are, and no one should tell you any differently!
Color-blindness is a hoax!
It’s all a scam!
COLORS AREN’T REAL!
And, if anyone tries to tell you they can “see” green or red or yellow, they’re just trying to get control over you.
Don’t believe me? Well, here’s a question for all those people who supposedly “see” colors: why can’t anyone agree what they look like?
If other people really can see colors, then they ought to be able to describe them with at least a little consistency, wouldn’t you think? Do they really expect you to believe it’s just “hard to explain” but “you’d understand if you could see the whole color spectrum, too.”
If THAT’S not suspicious enough, just Google “Colors aren’t real.” You will see dozens of articles where expert debate this very topic.
Many scientists will come right out and say, “Colors don’t exist. Our brains have only made them up.”
In other words, humans have only imagined them! (Well not ALL humans have imagined them, of course. The brains of colorblind people don’t make up such nonsense.)
Sure, there are scientists who say that even imaginary things are “real” in an important sense. They will say that perception is part of reality. They will say that thoughts and feelings EXIST, though they aren’t made of “stuff.”
In fact, James Jeans said the entire Universe is more like a “thought” than like a “machine.”
But that’s just his opinion. Why should we listen to him?
HE PROBABLY THOUGHT COLORS WERE REAL, YET HE STILL WANTS THE REST OF US TO TRUST HIS BRAIN! Why would I trust a brain that makes stuff up?
And, that’s why I’m blowing the roof off this “colorblindness” hoax once and for all.
If you’ve been told you’re somehow lacking because your brain doesn’t trick you the way most people’s brains trick them, don’t believe it.
You’re not blind. (What a horrible thing to tell a child!)
It’s the Color-Seeing people who have been indoctrinating each other.
Go ahead and try to prove that I’m wrong.