big lie

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big lie

A propaganda technique of creating grossly distorted or misrepresented facts that one repeats with such fervor and conviction that the public comes to view it as the truth without questioning. Of course, the big lie of the time was that anyone who strayed from the government's agenda must be a Communist sympathizer.
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the big lie

a gross distortion or misrepresentation of the facts, especially when used as a propaganda device by a politician or official body.
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