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Lying press

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Media Pinocchio Party:
"Unwort! Richtig!" - "Echt fieses Nazi-Wort!" - "Wo wir doch immer die Wahrheit sagen..."
"Non-word! Right!" - "Real nasty Nazi word!" - "Where we always tell the truth ..."
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Lying press (German: Lügenpresse, lit. 'lying press') is a pejorative political term used largely by German political movements for the printed press and the mass media at large, when it is believed not to have the quest for truth at the heart of its coverage.

Sie: "Lügenpresse" ist das Un­wort des Jahres. - Er: Glaub' doch nicht alles, was in der Zeitung steht.
She: "Lying press" is the Non-word of the year. - He: Do not believe everything that is in the press.
Jeden Tag wasche ich mein Gehirn mit Lügenmedien.
Every day I wash my brain with lying media.

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