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A big lie shouted over and over doesn't accumulate a shred of truth.
With elements of 1984 and The Handmaid's Tale, The Big Lie is sickening and thrilling at the same time.
html) The term "the big lie " was coined by Hitler in "Mein Kampf" but perfected by his propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels.
Big Lie In quite a shock The Love Shack by Jane Costello is published by Simon and Schuster, priced PS7.
Are we not witnessing the Big Lie technique hard at work regarding the Iran Deal?
Netanyahu seems determined to emulate, said this about what he termed 'the Big Lie': "In the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses.
Because it is a big lie," he said in a message posted on twitter.
Hitler said people were more likely to believe a big lie than a small lie, a lie 'so colossal no-one could believe someone would have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.
In a May 13 column posted on conspiracy website WND (World Net Daily), Nugent wrote, "The Big Lie about guns is that innocent kids are being gunned down or are accidentally shooting each other.
Understandably, Paddy has a few questions about where the cash has disappeared to, but when he asks Pearl about it, she tells a big lie to save face.
The deadline is April 1 because April Fools' Day "is a day of big lies and the Holocaus is a big lie.
It's all part of his big lie that renegotiation is possible and that as a result of his "tough talking" we won't need to leave the EU to regain control of our borders.