Omission- with intent to mislead- is a LIE. #1 FAILURE-to-DISCLOSE-ALL is deceptive misrepresentation

Misrepresentation by lack-of-FULL-disclosure can be serious illegalities, before the law1.  Yet leftist’s incessant lies-of-omission2, required by media ethics codes3 and police gag orders4, are socially acceptable, tolerated, even virtuous5.  Even Media and politicians rarely tell outright lies (lies-of-commission). They spread misinformation by strategically omitting specific relevant details6. Deceptively they fail to disclose the whole truth. They lie by omitting racist-facts7 and “hatefacts”. Such lying is mandatory8!

The guiding principles for the omission is the spreading the leftist narrative-of-egalitarianism; the narrative of the noble “disadvantaged”-“minorities”.

It is not permissible to inform the race of a black criminal9, nor the crimes of a Black shot or injured by police10. Media gag orders mandate such lies by omission in order to “avoid prejudice”. Prejudice is frequently correct11, a fact that also must be omitted. 

  1. #Biblical: Is it a sin of omission to cover up instances of Black crime? Even the religious right wing fails to expose and oppose the Left’s lies of omission as sinful and immoral
  2. Omission lying can be defined as the deliberate withholding of pertinent facts or information regarding a person, event, life history or scenario which leads the person receiving this incomplete information to perceive and act differently than they would if they had been given the full relevant information. [source12]
  3. A lie of omission is even more serious than a lie of commission. At least with an outright lie, you have the ability to access the validity of the lie, by watching facial expressions, body language, and speech. When a person omits information, you have no way to know what they are doing behind your back. [source13]
  4. Lying by commission entails the active use of false statements, such as claiming the faulty transmission on a car works great. Lying by omission involves holding back relevant information—for example, by failing to mention any information about a faulty transmission.[source14]
  5. A lie is an intent, whether by omission or commission, to deceive or misdirect. Hiding the truth about something with the purpose of deceiving or manipulating a person is a lie. That doesn’t mean all omissions are always lies, nor that all statements that are not true are lies.[source15]
  6. Ethically speaking, misrepresentation is no different than lying. And we all know lying is wrong. But what about failing to disclose information to a client? Is that a lie? Some would argue it’s an omission, not a lie, and a mere ethical glitch compared to misrepresentation. [source16]
  7. Real estate disclosure laws differ from state to state, but in most places in the U.S., sellers are required to disclose info to a prospective buyer that could affect the property value. [source17]
  8. Distorting facts to consciously mislead or create a false impression. Spinning the truth, presenting opinion as fact, and using revisionist thinking or euphemisms to masquerade the truth are all forms of misrepresentation. Omission. Leaving out key information to intentionally deceive someone.[source18]
  9. The full disclosure principle states that all information should be included in an entity’s financial statements that would affect a reader’s understanding of those statements. The interpretation of this principle is highly judgmental, since the amount of information that can be provided is potentially massive[Full disclosure principle definition — AccountingTools].
  10. Full Disclosure Principle is the accounting principle that requires an entity to disclose all necessary information in its financial statements and other related signification. This is to ensure that the users of financial information are not misled by the lack of information19.


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  2. Dishonesty is socially accepted, mandatory, virtuous
  3. #FactsAreRacist! #RacistFactsAreRacist! #RacistFacts are “racist

  4. #TrueSpeech is Forbidden, True Facts are Taboo.
  5. Prejudice is correct, mostly.
  6. Omission Lying – Full Overview (With Examples …  
  7. What is worse, a lie of omission or a lie of commission 
  8. How To Deceive Others With Truthful Statements (It’s … 
  9. Is hiding the truth equal to lying? – Quora 
  10. Protect Yourself with Full Disclosure –   
  11. Failure to Disclose: Should Buyers Sue Sellers Over False …   
  12. Honesty: The Plain and Simple Truth  
  13. Full Disclosure Principle: Definition | Example …

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