“Truth is a funny thing. It used to underpin society, our actions, our relationships. It used to be a virtue to not lie. It used to be a virtue to, when faced with truth, change your position to be more in line with truth. It also used to be a virtue to seek the truth.
Through a long process we have managed to change that. We arrived. We have seen that the ends do justify the means. We have seen on the horizon that if we have some outcome we see as more equal then it is imperative that the lies we would tell become truth. It is essential that we make sure that even the word truth is hollowed out and the shell used to encase any number of our narratives.
It is true that there is not absolute truth.” He said placing his neck into the guillotine.