You should get help with your paranoia. But onto the serious business

Counter argument 1
Traditional western philosophy teaches us, through the study of epistemology, that knowledege is (almost) justified true belief. I would argue that facts are essentially knowledge - that what makes a truth a fact is that it is known by someone.

Hence, facts don't help you find the truth, but rather, the truth helps you discover facts (through the action of justifying your belief).

Counter argument 2
In a state of war, two sides oppose each other. If one knows the truth, and it is their enemy, then surely it is the friend of their opponent?