You don't know.
At the end of the day: you don't know. You don't know the truth, and, ergo, you cannot understand the truth.
Then who are you to judge? Who are you to criticize or comment? You lash out, you scorn and you become hateful because you are suddenly thrust into this state of not knowing. You don't know what is right or wrong and you certainly don't know what is the truth and what is a lie. You don't know and that scares you, bothers you and so, you channel your energy, your emotions - frustration - into anger.
Worse of all, you aim it at the source even though... you still don't know.
You claim that others are fickle, weak and have lied; portraying some image. This could be true, but it could also be wrong. Rather than lay the blame, why not look within yourself first? You, who have changed sides, changed loyalties so immediately without truly knowing? You say 'he said' or 'she said' but in reality, those sources claim the same thing and, really, what you know has gone through 6 degrees of separation. Besides, those sources you claim, can they truly claim to be... unbaised?
You hear words straight from the source and you're quick to question. It's understandable because it could all be a script; it could all be words put there by someone else. But in the end: you still don't know. So it's sad that direct words cannot even be trusted anymore. When did the world become so corrupt? So sceptical? So bleak?
A lot of loyalties are changing. A lot of words are being said. A lot is happening when no one truly knows.
Get your facts straight.
Then, and only then, can you turn your back on people with
a clear conscience.
But, in the end, you still don't truly know.