Sunday, 22 January 2017


Trump And His Press Secretary Flagrantly Lied On Their First Full Day In Office
"...chose to lie, repeatedly, on their first full day on the job, about a relatively trivial ― and easily checkable ― matter." 
You clearly do not understand Newspeak and the modern version of truth. 
If if is good for my side,or bad for your side, it is not a lie. 
If it is bad for my side or good for your side, it IS a lie
Facts are not relevant, only propaganda and positioning count.


I'm Not Afraid To Stand Up To Trump on Women's Rights, Teresa May Says

Donald Trump and his press secretary said today that Ms May WAS afraid to stand up to Mr Trump.          They said that journalists, as the most dishonest people in the world, were promulgating of "fake news" when they implied that she was not afraid to stand up to him. 
      "Everyone knows that the UK is about to leave the EU and needs the US to come in and save it's bacon again like we did in WWII," said Press Secretary Sean Spicer, "so she must be afraid"
       "Of course she is afraid to stand up to me. I am so wonderfully intimidating - fantastically intimidating, really - that even men are afraid to stand up to me," said Mr Trump.
       "We cannot understand why lying journalists would publish anything different," they both added.

Former Trump Staffer Attacks Cleveland Newspaper
In Ghana in the 1970s, the lead story on every front page every day ran: 
"Col, I.K. Acheampong, President and Chairman of the National Redemption Council said today that...."
Sounds like this guy would have been happy there. 

No one every heard of Bobby Kennedy?

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