How much is too much philosophy? And it would be a faulty assumption to think that if someone uses the term "pseudo-philosophy" then he believes that if somebody else hasn't thought of it already it cannot be thought of, because it does not necessarily follow. There's a lot of "you's" in your post, and i'm not sure if they are general "you's" or you have reduced this discussion into mere ad hominem attacks.
Psuedo-philosophy is short hand for saying thinking without logic, or shear imagination, or emotional thinking. There must be a distinction between that and actual philosophy, or else the discipline would be no discipline at all...anything would go and philosophy would be a laughing stock. In fact many in the general populace think you can "just say/argue anything in philosophy." this is not the case. There must be the limit of logic or the whole field deteriorates into a masturbatory exercise.
The "Hidden Truth" i reference is the stuff of pseudo-science and psuedo-philosophy. The sort of hidden truth i'm referring to is the sensationalist kind. It's not based on thought and logic, but rather emotion. It's not philosophy.