"You obviously believe your own truth, and it is just as obvious that others don't share your truth. This is just the way it is. It is individual perception that decides what is true."
Wrong. It is reality which decides what is true.
If it's all about individual perception, And a thief breaks into a persons house and shoots them, they can't decide to perceive that they were not shot. And if they do then they are not being realistic.
"If evidence is discovered to back a claim of truth, and it is accepted, what was once thought to be true may change, if you don't accept the evidence then for you it wont change. The change does not mean that the former truth becomes a lie, it just means it has changed. I don't see things in terms of truth and lies, its all just information that, as and individual, I accept or not."
Another contradiction that is inconsistent with the very meaning of the words. What is your definition of reality?
"You can be of the opinion that what I say is not true, and for you it may well be, I don't have any particular emotional attachment to the information I express, so your disagreement is just that, a disagreement with the information that I share. Your disagreement to my information is an example of liquid truth. What is true for you, is not necessarily true for me."
This is a contradiction, it is not consistent, because it is contrary to the word truth and the definition of facts and reality. Essentially the position of liquid truth is a "grand"contradiction. It exclaims there are no facts, no reality, it posits, the truth is... there is only individual truth, which is the truth for everyone. Contradiction.
Individual "truth" is called opinion, it may be perceived as truth to the individual, but it must be based on reality in order for it to be "the" truth, a fact, real.