As we grow up and learn more things, we understand that reality in various issues is different of what we thought. The more we explore, gain experience, the more we understand that we live in a type of Matrix. Many facts considered random eventually turn out to be there because of specific actions by certain people, groups, governments, etc.
G. Edward Griffin, editor of NeedToKnow.news and author of the seminal book on the Federal Reserve, The Creature From Jekyll Island, had a quite interesting idea called RED PILL Expo.
Griffin borrowed the idea from the famous sci-fi movie The Matrix, in which the central hero is choosing to take the red pill in order to discover the reality rather than take the blue pill and continue to live in a false world.
As he told to James Corbett:
Wouldn't be a great idea if we could just bring all of these red pill takers together and we could swap stories and say 'well, let me tell you about what I learned that turned out to be different from what I thought'.
From the RED PILL Expo website we read:
Taking the RED PILL is a contemporary meme from the sci-fi movie, The Matrix, in which humans are living in a world of illusion that prevents them from knowing they are enslaved by unseen masters. The only way to see things as they really are is to reject the blue pill, which perpetuates the illusion, and take the red pill, which makes it possible to see reality.
Attend the RED PILL Expo.
See through the illusion.
Reject the fake news.
Escape the matrix.
Take the red pill.
The event will take place at the Commons, Bozeman, Montana on 23-24 June, 2017.