The inner meaning of ideologies must be expressed in their long term or final aims and results, which should be anchored in some way to reality. If there is no anchoring then the ideology must be considered to be avoiding reality, or ignorant of it.
What these false-reality ideologies do is create an impression of commitment to a reality while actually avoiding reality at all costs. What these false commitments do is sway our sense of reality toward the fantasy of the ideology itself, which becomes a cruel lie, operating under false pretenses in order to foster its own selfish aims.
Instead of working in an involved way with reality the false-reality ideology is always attempting to go beyond reality in order to create an alternative reality through the fantasy of a Utopia or a Heterotopia.
The false-reality is false because it is unreal, as are all Utopias and Heterotopias. Reality is necessity and the false-reality ideologies create false necessities in order to vindicate their claims. Ideologies posit themselves as “alternatives”, but we cannot create an alternative necessity to real necessity without lying to ourselves. That would be like being in the desert and affirming that although I need to drink to stay alive, instead I will just eat sand. After all there is so much sand around and not a drop of fresh water to be seen.