Telling a Lie is:

a sin for a child,

fault for an adult,

an art for a lover,

an SKILL for a story teller,

a profession for a lawyer,

a requirement for a politician, (→ Example)

a management tool for a boss,

an excuse for a subordinate,

a persuasion tool for a marketer,

an accomplishment for a bachelor,

but

*A Matter of Survival for a Married Man*


Famous full-of-Lies speech on international politics

We are being lied on an epic scale!

Truth vs. Lies

How To Reduce Lying in this World: 7 Nevers

3 Essentials of a Lasting Peace

10 Commandments of Peace

Mental Health Advice to Sanction-addict Politicians

 

 

Vadim Kotelnikov quotes

Lies are sprinters. Truth is a stayer.  Lies shock. Truth heals. Lies come and go. Truth stays.

icon logo Vadim Kotelnikov  Vadim Kotelnikov

L-Creator

Winston Churchill advice

A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.

Winston Churchill

Pablo Picasso advice quotes

Art is a lie that makes us realize truth.

Pablo
Picasso

 

 

A Law of Propaganda and Information Terrorism

 
 

"Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth."

~ Joseph Goebbels, Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany

 

 

 

  How To Prevent from Being Deceived

 

Make critical thinking a habit to reveal deceptions easily (Example)

Example:

Which Country Contributed Most to the Allied Victory in the World War II?

It was a great allied victory. Yet, U.S. whose share in the allied victory was actually less than 20% − claimed through their mass media, movies, history books, etc. − that it were them who won the World War II.

It is actually very  easy to expose this lie if you apply critical thinking and ask yourself these two questions.

If it were USA who won the World War II, why:

1. did Soviet Union alone liberate much more countries
than USA, Britain and France all together?

2. were it Soviet soldiers, not American ones, who hoisted their national banner over the Reichstag which marked the end of World War II?

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Make critical thinking a habit if you don't want to be deceived easily like these or these people.