The language of lies is often cloaked by words and phrases that appear conclusive but are merely speculative and opinionated. For example, the US remains engaged in the longest war in its history in Afghanistan with no end in sight. Just two days after 9/11, an American population, dumbstruck with fear, swallowed the unsupported allegation, despite his denial and the absence of any evidence, that Osama bin Laden was responsible for the terror strikes that brought down the Twin Towers in New York and rammed through the Pentagon. Without providing any proof, then or now, America believed Secretary of State Colin Powell and President George W. Bush when they fingered bin Laden as a prime “suspect.” A “suspect” is defined as someone “believed to be guilty, false, counterfeit, undesirable, defective, bad, etc., with little or no proof.” Here we are 16 years later, and liars Powell and Bush, who promised they would provide proof that the bin Laden gang was responsible for 9/11, still have not provided any evidence and neither the American media nor public have demanded it. Then and now Again, facts don’t count, only propaganda. Today, nearly a year after the 2016 election, “17” genius intelligence agencies have provided no proof the Russians hacked the 2016 elections. But yet Russia, the “suspect,” is widely reported and accepted as being the hacker.