Morpheus : This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up and believe... whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill... you stay in wonderland... and I show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes.On first glance this is a simple offer: Do you want to know unpleasant truths or continue living a lie. However, if you think about it for longer than a second it’s much more complex. There is a very crucial aspect of The Matrix that is of paramount importance and often glossed over: The illusion is perfect. That is to say, you cannot know your world is not real. Thus, for the time between the offer and your decision there are two realities that simultaneously exist: your epistemic one, and the objective one. In this way, Morpheus' offer is the choice between remaining in your epistemic one (and forgetting entirely the existence of the objective one) and accepting the objective one and knowing that your heretofore epistemic reality was a lie.
Which do you choose? You’re probably still thinking that you’ll choose the red pill, "After all," you tell yourself, "I want to know what is real." Let me reiterate: Realness has no place in this argument. In The Matrix the veil of ignorance is perfect, aside from Morpheus, there is nothing to pierce it.