Curry’s paradox

Karri's paradox Looking for an illustration for a new article about books, I came across a curious puzzle (see figure). After thinking about it for a couple of minutes, I, unfortunately, could not resist and found a clue on the Web. And it would be nice to solve the puzzle yourself :(
For those who are still thinking, but already ready to despair, I give hint: DO NOT BELIEVE YOUR EYES.
This consideration is also part of my December-January
puzzle. In Akunin’s Pelagia and the Black Monk, a semi-crazy physicist complained that the eyes always deceive the researcher, and a blind scientist would be much more objective. One catch – having gone blind, he will lose not only the lies supplied to him, but also rare grains – traces of truth.

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