Why do they buy the Big Lie
that this limiting agreement, which is deemed the best available by every nation involved, from the Europeans to the Gulf Arab states to the Israeli military services, is worse than no agreement at all?
There's no better time than now: even in mundane domestic politics, we should renounce Big Lies
(and small ones, too), and demand that politicians speak and seek truth.
BEIRUT: Caretaker Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour slammed the international community Friday as "a big lie
," saying it had inflicted more suffering on the Syrian refugees than the Syrian regime itself.
If the US and the West believed an iota of the lies that they tell about the Syrian government's inability to support its soil and people, they would certainly attack Syria but they know what they show in the media to portray the intrigue in Syria as a major war is nothing but a big lie
," he added.
It's the big lie
told to innocent children who don't know about the PA's refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
It's a big lie
that some foreign media published and wanted to spread", the semi-official Fars news agency quoted him as saying.
The saying of Justice Siddiqui that he had reserved verdict of the case, is a big lie
, he said in a statement.
Lam is a big lie
aiming at discrediting the SPLA," said SPLA spokesperson Maj.
In the case of the current Gaza onslaught, Livni's remark in Paris that there was no humanitarian crisis in Gaza and everything is "completely as it should be" is an excellent example of The Big Lie
Now finally, in a series of articulate essays, that neo-con Big Lie
has been successfully and persuasively debunked by David Truskoff in "What The Hell is A Liberal?
Some neoconservatives have adopted the Joseph Goebbels maxim that if you repeat a big lie
often enough, it will eventually be accepted as truth.
That's the big lie
, of course, of all elected representatives -- on city councils, in Congress, etc.
The big lie
of the 'living Constitution' is that it helps adapt the country to changing times," says M.
Fifty-six years after George Orwell published 1984, his magnificent polemic against totalitarianism, the big lie
is king in America.
Elena Bonnet, a veteran human rights activist and the widow of the Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov, calls it "the big lie