Saturday, November 28, 2015
Deception In Second Language
Yesterday in Germany, a mass rally of Muslims staged a protest in support of ISIS. There were no arrests and the rally was all but ignored by main stream or corporate media.
CNN, however, aired a video of the sister of one of the Paris Islamic killers, on the condition that her face not be shown. Having analyzed some of the transcripts of the Nuremberg trials, it is well established that Statement Analysis is best in first language.
Best, but not exclusive.
When we analyze 2nd language we cannot use the nuances that require close attention; we 'step back' and use a much broader camera and still let the subject guide us.
Breaks in chronological order,
Avoidance, tangents and...
Deception via missing information.
The following is a CNN interview with the sister of one of the Paris Islamic killers. Listen to her answers.
Like others, her brother is middle class, sweet, and there was no indication that something was "wrong" in his life.
He became more devout to the teaching of the koran and attended mosque more often, but nothing was wrong.
He left France to go to Syria, but there was no sign of anything wrong.
His father then left France to retrieve his son from Syria, but again, nothing was wrong and there were no signs of literal obedience to the koran or the example of Mohammad.
Follow her statements from a distance. What do you hear?
Is she telling the truth, or is deception indicated via missing information?
"See you soon. Give my love to the cat."