• First of all I'd reserve judging the entire world as believing lies when you yourself are posting them. You can teach and provide facts, but what people believe is their choice, and it should be! Let them believe whatever they want! Its the way God made them! Just because someone chooses to remain ignorant and believe a lie doesn't change reality and truth. Also some people have soft minds and literally can't understand more complex truths. Its not always a choice. And we all learn more about truth and lies the older we get. Besides the fact you have offered no proof of your hypothesis that the world believes in lies. And strictly speaking generalizations like you offered here are lies by definition because you can't possibly know everyone in the world and that they believe lies. Maybe if you research some statistics to back up your claims they could resemble more truth than lies you make up and post.
  • you cant
  • You can't end of story, Look at Jesus, when on earth 1 Peter 2:22 says "He committed no sin, nor was deception found in his mouth." Did the world believe Him? No! All we can do is follow in his footsteps; and what do what? you might ask. Matthew 28: 19 and 20 says "Go, therefore, and make disciples of people of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you." What was Jesus teaching? Gods Kingdom. Here is a link to a book Let your Kingdom Come. I hope you find it informative
  • It would be the same as talking to a wall because they won’t listen. People who believe in lies have their head in cloud nine therefore they are in denial and cannot or will not face truth. People like this are not aware of their surroundings. Getting through to them is almost impossible. They can go ahead and live a lie. That’s their problem. I like to face facts unlike some people (I don’t mean everyone). While those who live a lie on cloud nine, I like to be in tune with my surroundings and nature instead of being involved in the head.
  • With some people who are willing to listen, make your words powerful and introduce a logical argument, and give them a reason to listen to you. Now, with others who just don't want to hear it, they are the type of people in which the Bible describes them having a hardened heart. Matthew 13:13-15 "This is the reason I speak to the crowds in parables: because while [having the power of] seeing they do not see, and while [having the power of] hearing they do not hear, nor do they understand and grasp [spiritual things]. 14 In them the prophecy of Isaiah is being fulfilled, which says, 'You will hear and keep on hearing, but never understand; And you will look and keep on looking, but never comprehend; 15 For this nation’s heart has grown hard, And with their ears they hardly hear, And they have [tightly] closed their eyes, Otherwise they would see with their eyes, And hear with their ears, And understand with their heart, and turn [to Me] And I would heal them [spiritually].'"
  • The world is far from monolithic in its beliefs. Either present the truth as truth and have a conversation with those who value the truth, or else present the lies as lies and start an argument. Both are valid paths to fighting for the truth. Otherwise, present the information as satire and confuse everyone - at least it'll get them talking.
  • I just tell it the way it really is. I can't make people believe it if they are too stubborn to accept it.
  • I have no idea most of the old people I know would rather believe lies than admit they have been telling them for the last 50 years. It doesn't bother them to sell out their own children and grand children.
  • Most people assign to the idea that ignorance is bliss.

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