Monday, April 3, 2017

Language's Impact Upon Behavior

Chanting "Allahu Akbar" has  impact in mobs.  

The BBC recently posted this short video that you may find interesting:

In it, it shows the expectation of the brain and some of the insight we have on the millions of millions of processing that the brain does.  It is a marvel of creative engineering beyond our limits of science to date.

Even as we learn more, we recognize the vastness of the unknown.

What is the impact of language upon behavior?

When a student curses at a teacher, there is a distinct change within the classroom that is not conducive to learning.  When this is excused as "cultural", there is gain and there is loss.  The gain is by the politician or elitist who uses this to appear to be more "moral" than others.

The loss is the students' learning and future earnings.

1.   Language has an physiological  effect upon the hearer.  Simply tell someone that they have won the lottery and watch their pulse quicken.  There is an emotional impact, and there is a physical impact. The same goes for, "give me your money!" in a hold up.

Consider the physiological impact of three simple words upon a child.  These words can impact the child's immune system, psychological well-being and even his or her later success in life.

"I love you." 

Consider how these three words, spoken in childhood, may impact the adult's immune system for 70 years onward.  

This is, in a sense, to show a reaction in just one person.  What is the effect upon a crowd?

2.  Language Enforcement.  Today, the same moral elitists has constructed laws regarding "hate speech" or "hate crime", as if sticking a gun in someone's stomach and stealing his money is somehow worse if you use a slur to accompany it.  

The only gain here is to the politician who exploits victims of crime for political advantage:  virtue signaling.  

Two hockey players slug it out, brutally pounding each other's face.  
Consequence?  Law and order may be restored to the ice. 

Yet, if one of them whispers a specific word to the other, a word that a politician condemns (but loves), expect:

1.  A lengthy suspension
2.  Loss of income
3.  Condemnation from ownership
4.  Condemnation from press
5.  Possible dramatic career impact for player and his family, including being traded, unsigned, etc.  

The Loss 

The loss is societal and myriad.  Everything from the tyranny of "thought policing" to the additional court and legal costs, to the racist application right down to Canada's attempt to implement Sharia blasphemy laws which outlaw criticizing a criminal supremacist ideology.  This is similar to armies prosecuting soldiers for "hate speech", as if they should watch their words before killing the enemy.

Today in colleges across America, free speech is all but eradicated.  The assault upon speakers who disagree with the political elite's narrative are not only shouted down, but worse:  emotions churn leading to violence.

Most striking is the attack on masculinity and how male collegians are in need of "safe spaces", that is, a psychological position of always being agreed with.  These young men become unhinged at the possibility of disagreement and react emotionally.  The idea of the university being a place of the free collision of ideas is as foreign as basic mathematics are to the students.  It is here, perhaps, that the power of main stream media is most realized.  Readers here cannot imagine Statement Analysis being defended by claims of racism, phobia, immorality

3.  Language impact upon behavior.

Consider the classroom where one student openly curses at his teacher.  Now consider what the impact upon the class is when no punitive action is taken:  the single act of disrespect will now place the teacher in a position of vulnerability.  With no punishment meted out, other students prone to rebellion will pick up the pace, while the more respectful students now view the teacher with a subtle contempt, or in the last, a lack of respect.

Now take this and move it to two more scenarios:

a.  Police
b. Military

a.  With police, what impact is upon society where a 12 year old boy can walk up to a police officer and call him vile names?  I often revisit the themes of America's two most under paid professions:  law enforcement and teaching.  The lack of respect police received from the White House for 8 years directly led to deaths.  How did it begin?

Barak Obama used words to send a signal to police throughout the country, that would be consistently increasing for his 8 years:  blame.

Police were to blame for the arrests of blacks and it began in a simple arrest in New England where, without any fact known, the police officer was condemned with implied racism.  The great divide began. 

When a violent criminal was shot by a police officer (who is no longer a police officer and may not be alive today if not for his defensive use of lethal force) a lie emerged where politicians quickly embraced claiming the suspect put up his hands and said, "don't shoot." 

Eventually the investigation and testimony of witnesses proved this to be a fabrication but this mattered little for the politicians who would benefit from the lies.  Being elected because one is seen as "more virtuous" or "more moral" than his opponent, even when it is based upon a lie, gives us insight into a character who is willing, literally, that blood be shed in trade for votes.  

Here, no matter where you are politically, listen to the arguments.   This short video is regarding an organization who's genesis is deception.  

What comes from the corrupt communication?

What currency exchange results from counterfeit currency? 

Yet, what of the boys witnessing the 12 year old telling the officer that he has sex with his own mother?

Consider the danger of the lack of respect of authority, in general, not only to those boys witnesses this, but then to their friends, and their friends' friends.

b.  Military.  Consider the risk to lives and even national security when contempt for military begins verbally.  

As confidence is eroded verbally, in a leader, those who's lives may depend upon trust, is not brought in question.

4.  Language impact upon morals.

Sexual grooming often begins with words.

The perpetrator uses words to introduce, desensitize and eventually exploit his victim. He may introduce other methods and today, television makes this easy for him, as moral codes from the Golden Era of Hollywood have been replaced.  What was shocking in the 80's brings a yawn to a desensitized culture today.

It was once said that the relationship between a man and woman was so vital to society's generational success that it was best guarded in the legal form of marriage.

Exploitation was guarded against, by society mores, and not politicians.

One only need to watch a couple insult each other, as good-natured teasing can easily lead to passive-aggressive insult, undermining a foundation of respect which can reach its breaking point.

On Facebook, astute readers can almost predict divorces based upon the level of public adoration one spouse places upon another.  Those who describe their lives, for example, in unrealistic glowing terms are often those most hurting, or near the precipice of default.  

Scott Peterson, after murdering his wife and child, described his marriage, as "glorious."


Even within intimate and positive relationships, a few undisciplined words can bring much harm.  Of incessant talkers, it is guaranteed unless self restraint can be habitualized, but one must be cognizant of this to even begin to facilitate change. 

5.  Mob Violence

When laws are discarded routinely, there is always an increase in crime and violence. 

Historically, the American War for Independence was not a "revolution" in the modern sense of the word.  It was a resistance movement in which the conscience was appealed to, and the refusal to submit to tyranny (years before "Common Sense" sold in any significant numbers in America) was that a governmental body that did not have legal jurisdiction was interfering with a man's duty (not right, nor privilege) to provide for his family. This resistance, reluctant to disobey law, was a necessity, as the foreign unrelated parliament used coercive means to extort. The language of the Declaration of Independence is heavy in wording to show respect for the rule of law.  

When laws are not enforced, crime increases. 

When crimes increase, so does the danger to police. 

 For police, the "Ferguson Effect" has meant self preservation. 

 For citizens of such cities, it means increased criminal violence.  The only beneficiaries are politicians.  

What is a "sanctuary city"?

It is where a poor, hardworking Mexican women with their children are hiding in a church, as to not be deported by a cruel and heartless government?

In Texas, it means that murderers, rapists, thieves and other criminals who's record precludes them from gainful employment in Mexico, can run to a new county, and be paid money to do nothing.  

A question that needs to be asked:  

Why does the nation of Mexico object to a border wall?  

A nation can only exist when it is a nation of laws, no different than any other human organization.   When respect for the rule of law is downgraded, criminal behavior is upgraded.  If it should continue, including the suspension of mathematics, the result is what we are seeing in Venezuela.  This nation moved decade after decade into socialism; where the government was responsible for the people which meant:

Each newly elected politician must promise more. 

The "more" must be paid for, so it is dependent upon not only never ending increases of taxes, but upon population growth. 

Bankruptcy, poverty, and violence will be the repetition of history. 

Laws of Immigration. 

People who have immigrated to the United States have done so, historically, in a legal and orderly fashion.  

My family did. 

They needed to assert that they would be a benefit to the United States, not a drain.  

In my neighborhood in New York, immigrants were known for purchasing and flying the American flag.  They made no demands, but came to contribute.  They embraced citizenship.  As a boy in our Bicentennial year of 1976, if you told me that Americans would have to apologize for wearing the American flag in America I would have considered it humor.  This is a distinctive point in just how successful the psychological warfare has been:  you apologize for being you.  

                        Words have power to change behavior.   

Millions of people now say things that they believed to the contrary for their entire lives.


Because politicians told them to.  

They fell for the "virtue signaling" and feared being "left out" of the "new moralism."  

This also echoes national socialism's early attraction. 

Nations are now learning that being a welfare state and not having borders cannot be sustained in spite of the cheerleading of the elite and the unthinking masses and media who fall in line.     

We routinely suspend drivers licenses for habitual minor offenses.  Why?  Because it shows a disregard for law, in general.  This is a pattern that society has long recognized as a danger.  It is why small, and sometimes even arbitrary rules are used in schooling, education and military:  it builds a disciplined mentality.  

Chicago calls itself a "sanctuary city" where its citizens (those who have not left) are in harm's way because its political leadership is "more moral" than the rule of law and has become a "sanctuary city" for criminals.  Under single party rule for decades, on every level, it grows in both danger and in debt, month after month, as its schools teach their children how to remain in victim status so as to guarantee single party rule continues.  People do not vote against their own "entitlements."  

Its laws against guns are as strict as can be and the result is few law abiding citizens can protect themselves. 

It appears that criminals shooting each other are not registering guns, nor taking firearm safety courses. 

 Its police are out numbered, exhausted, underpaid, demoralized and have been demonized by the political elite.  

It does not take much to see the psychology of mob violence take over.  Words are used to enflame emotion which leads to violence.

Today we see deliberate attempts to lead political rallies into violence with paid protesters deliberately using provocative speech.

When one feels so morally superior to another that he or she cannot even "abide" a difference in opinion, we are headed towards violence.  This form of moral narcissism is so popular today that it controls millions of people, like a psychological warfare more successful than most would ever have believed.  

When emotion overrules logic, the result is bankruptcy of both accounts and ideas. 


Women's rights groups lobby in favor of Islamic tarrusch.  
Animal rights groups lobby for the sale of body parts by Planned Parenthood. 
In the name of free speech, organizations named after "liberty"  lobby against free speech. 
As anti-fascists, fascist techniques of coercion are employed in protest at colleges and public settings.   
A man who asserts he is a man is a bigot.  
Yesterday, California's drought is the result of global warming but today's  California's floods are the result of global warming. 
The former vice president of the United States says ISIS was created by global warming. 

                 The cost of psychological warfare?

Psychological warfare in the United States has now echoed what we saw in Nazi Germany with the obedient press, school system and elite's imposition of "new morality", with science be damned.  

A Jew's blood was different than a German's and we'll break the microscope if we must.  


It may lead to civil war in America and Europe which is something now commonly spoken about, but beneath this,

               Freedom of speech continues to erode. 

Threats are followed by violence as the political elite inspire to do so.  The talk of "now uniting under the democratically elected president" is gone, replaced with distinct calls to violence, including "blood in the streets" while being funded by billionaire anarchists.  

Urban flight, urban debt and urban crime continue its pattern and impact. 

In some locales, police are understaffed. 

In all locales police are underpaid.  

How routine is it for those who live in risk must hold second jobs? 

"White privilege" is leading a downward trend in life expectancy of whites, while giving an increase to suicide.

Urban schools continue to churn money over racist curriculum.  

College students turn violent rather than exchange ideas. 

Questions are limited due to fear of answers.  

Evil communication corrupts good behavior.

We often study the words to know what happened, but we also study the words to learn what is likely to happen.  

The incivility exampled from the political elite continues through celebrities and to through media. 

Perhaps the most classic example is the CNN Report

"Residents Try To Heal" regarding rioting from the sister of the armed person shot by police. 

Sherelle Smith: 

“Burnin down shit ain’t going to help nothin! Y’all burnin’ down shit we need in our community."

CNN reported that she was trying to stop the rioting.  Here is the quote without CNN editing:  

“Burnin down shit ain’t going to help nothin! Y’all burnin’ down shit we need in our community.
Take that shit to the suburbs. Burn that shit down! We need our shit!  We need our weaves. I don’t wear it. But we need it.”

Is an edit like this any different than Dr. Josef Goebels?

For journalists and bloggers who are committed to the truth, consider formal training. 

Hyatt Analysis Services offers both seminars and in home training.  

Get past the narrative and report the truth.  The West, in general, is in dire need for actual journalism.  


Statement Analysis Blog said...

10 dead
50 injured

Allahu Akbar in Russia.


Anonymous said...

A week after a shooting at a Montreal mosque, local activists tied wide white ribbons to light standards, hydro poles, etc. near a mosque in a Toronto neighborhood. The ribbons had slogans handwritten on them e.g. All faiths welcome, We are one, etc.

A few residents tied more banner ribbons on their porches and trees.

Last week, the organizers printed a handbill celebrating their actions and thanking residents. I will transcribe the note and post it in the comments section of this or an upcoming blog post for readers' responses.

Anonymous said...

Statement Analysis Blog said...

Teddy Bears and singing "Imagine" is the type of response from the Canadian prime minister. We see why masculinity under attack looks like in its absence.

This is my second time listening for at least one hour to CNN and it has increased my empathy for those who are deceived. It is as if you must have training to survive the onslaught, but the training actually makes it all the worse to sit through something like this.

It is on at the airport and story after story, narrative, deception and just "shaded reporting", including unnecessary words, is incessant.

I feel for the victims of this psychological warfare. It is relentless.

Our local high school gave an assignment on "fake news."

What did they teach the children?

That the surveillance of Trump towers, including the "inadvertent", did not actually take place.

It is relentless.

Our world is in need of analysts like never before.


Anonymous said...

Oh, CANDADA.... What are you doing?

Anonymous said...

Peter, I just saw the news about Russia. Heartbreaking. These people are so sick.

Jon said...

One newspaper had the description of a suspect in the St Petersburg bombing was as follows:

"(A) bearded suspect who was wearing a long, black gown-like top and a hat"

...describing the suspect without actually describing the suspect?

Anonymous said...

That one guy that they said was a suspect who turned himself in and said he is innocent is freaky looking with a super long beard. I actually don't think he's the one who did it, I think it was the more normal, innocent-looking one who is also considered a possible suspect.

lynda said...


From Davey's recent blog..excerpt

" What if what the enemy thought he was killing was actually the very thing that would bring countless people to life. Sure, Amanda was killed, but through that a new vigor for seeing lost people find new life in Christ,"


It might just be me but my heart broke a little when I read flippant and careless.."sure, Amanda was killed, like "well, can't make an omelet without breaking a few eggs" Poor Amanda.

Colin said...

"Bankruptcy, poverty, and violence will be the repetition of history." A gloomy prediction that most that voted for Trump understand and are hoping will be avoided. With each week that passes it seems Trump is losing his grip on his original promises though. The people he has around him may have different agendas from the pre election promises.
I listen to about 10 minutes of mainstream news in the car each day and probably half an hour of alternative media on youtube. Its Much more reliable and informative. I highly recommend wearechange for info and Mark Dice for a bit of humour to lighten the mood.

John Mc Gowan said...


Casey Anthony Trial

Transcript of 911 Call
Orlando, Florida - Cindy Anthony decided to call 911 three separate times when she had not seen her granddaughter for 31 days in the summer of 2008.

The following is a transcript of those conversations.

Cindy Anthony: "I have someone here who I need to be arrested in my home."

911 Operator: "They are there right now?"

Cindy Anthony: "And I have a possible missing child. I have a 3-year-old who has been missing for a month."

911 Operator: "A 3-year-old? Have you reported that?"

Cindy Anthony: "I'm trying to do that now."

911 Operator: "OK, what did the person do that you need arrested?"

Cindy Anthony: "My daughter."

911 Operator: "For what?"

Cindy Anthony: "For stealing an auto and stealing money. I already spoke to someone who said they would patch me through to the Orlando Sheriff's Department and have a deputy here. I was in the car and I was going to drive her to the police station, and no one is open. They said they would bring a deputy to my home when I got home to call them."

911 Operator: "So, she stole your vehicle?"

Cindy Anthony: "Yes."

911 Operator: "When did she do that?"

Cindy Anthony: "On the (June) 30. I just got it back from the impound. I'd like to speak to an officer. Can you have someone come out to my house?"

Another call featured the first words heard from the mother of the missing girl. She said she knows who has her daughter.

Cindy Anthony: "I called a little bit ago to the deputy sheriff's and I've found out that my granddaughter has been taken -- she has been missing for a month. Her mother had finally admitted that she had been missing."

911 Operator: "What is the address you are calling from?"

Cindy Anthony: "We are talking about a 3-year-old little girl. My daughter finally admitted that the baby sitter stole her. I need to find her."

911 Operator: "Your daughter admitted that the baby is where?"

Cindy Anthony: "She said she took her a month ago and my daughter has been looking for her. I told you my daughter has been missing for a month and I just found her today. But I can't find my granddaughter. She just admitted to me that she's been trying to find her by herself. There is something wrong. I found my daughter's car today and it smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car."

911 Operator: "OK, what is the 3-year-old's name?"

Cindy Anthony: "Caylee, C-A-Y-L-E-E, Anthony."

911 Operator: "How long has she been missing for?"

Cindy Anthony: "I have not seen her since June 7."

Anthony's speech is then inaudible.

911 Operator: "Can you calm down for me for just a minute. I need to know what is going on. Is your daughter there? Can I speak with her? Do you mind if I speak with her?"

Casey Anthony: "Hello."

911 Operator: "Hi. Can you tell me what's going on a little bit?"

Casey Anthony: "My daughter has been missing for the last 31 days."

911 Operator: "And, you know who has her?"


John Mc Gowan said...


Casey Anthony: "I know who has her. I tried to contact her and I actually received a phone call today from a number that is no longer in service. I did get to speak to my daughter for about a minute."

911 Operator: "Did you guys report a vehicle stolen?"

Casey Anthony: "Yes, my mom did."

911 Operator: "OK, so there has been a vehicle stolen too?"

Casey Anthony: "No. This is my vehicle."

911 Operator: "What vehicle was stolen?"

Casey Anthony: "It's a 1998 Pontiac."

911 Operator: "We have deputies on the way to you for that, but now your 3-year-old is missing -- Caylee Anthony?"

Casey Anthony: "Yes."

911 Operator: "You lost her a month ago?"

Casey Anthony: "Thirty-one days (ago)."

911 Operator: "Who has her? Do you have a name?"

Casey Anthony: "Her name is Zenida Fernandez Gonzalez."

911 Operator: "Who is that, the baby sitter?"

Casey Anthony: "She's been my nanny for about a year and a half or two years."

911 Operator: "Why are you calling now? Why didn't you call 31 days ago?"

Casey Anthony: "I've been looking for her and have gone through other resources to try to find her -- which is stupid."

LC said...

Difficult to read the 911 transcripts again...
The operator's questions are not answered directly by either Cindy or Casey.
Most outrageous & obvious lie: "I actually received a phone call today from a number that is no longer in service."
Casey claims to have used the nanny for 1 1/2 to 2 years. The nanny did not exist.
In my book, this equates to 2 years of neglect and abuse of Caylee that went unnoticed.

John Mc Gowan said...


Mel B : “MONSTER” star-hubby Stephen Belafonte beat me black and blue

Stephen Belafonte responded to the allegations in a videotaped interview with paparazzi

General P. Malaise said...

“The allegation is that somehow, Obama administration officials utilized intelligence for political purposes,” Rice told Mitchell. “That’s absolutely false.... My job is to protect the American people and the security of our country. "

......obama administration officials utilized intelligence for political purposes" .... ....embedded confession!

followed by changing the subject. well done Rice you proved you can only lie.

General P. Malaise said...

Susan Rice insists “I leaked nothing to nobody”

hmm. deception indicated. Thank you Peter. previous to seeing your blog I would not have put any significance to such a statement. now it makes me wonder because this isn't a clean denial. she leaked something to somebody. she wasn't asked about nobody.

lynda said...


In reference to Peter's blog about Jamal Killings, the father of the little boy "hit" by car and the driver ended up dead.

The father executed the driver. Just flat out executed him. The child is FINE.

C5H11ONO said...

General Malaise! I was about to post same!!

Bottle Cap said...

Wow, does Scott Adams (creator of Dilbert) read this blog? He tweeted out today in reference to Susan Rice's comment "I Leaked NOTHING To Nobody."

Scott Adams: "That leaves open the possibility she leaked SOMETHING to someone. (Subconscious confession)"

Anonymous said...

Tbh, it's exactly not an out of this world observation.

I liked his observation during the election about Hillary supporters seeming to have a common propensity for bullying others. One of the few celebrities (if you can call him that) where my opinion of them went up in my book.

Maybe said...

Great article Peter!

John Mc Gowan said...


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Anonymous said...

Peter, it would be interesting to get your take on Susan Rice.

Two weeks ago she said that she didn't know anything about any unmasking of Trump associates in surveilled conversations.

Now that she herself has been credibly accused of personally ordering that unmasking, her tune has changed. She's hinting that maybe she did do it, but not nefariously, not politically, just ordinarily as part of her job of protecting America.

The two statements appear contradictory, which is certainly an indication of deception.

But individually, both statements cry out for statement analysis. The first appears to have been more of a direct lie / avoidance of the question. "I have no idea what you're talking about." But the second statement appears to be more finessed--partial admissions but carefully worded and almost legalistic. Pretending to "set the record straight" while actually obfuscating further. I guess.

But this is going to be a big debate. Trump supporters say this is proof that Trump was right to say he was surveilled by Obama. Trump haters say this is a right-wing conspiracy. I'm inclined to believe the former. After all, Susan Rice was one of Obama's direct reports and top advisors, not some bureaucrat deep in the bowels of the system. But lots of Trump haters will refuse to believe Rice did anything wrong.

One thing that would help clarify this question is statement analysis. What does Susan Rice tell us in her own words that's either damning or exhonerating.

General P. Malaise said...

Anonymous said...
April 5, 2017 at 9:08 AM

Trump haters don't care if Rice did illegal things to conservatives. Remember the obama administration did many illegal things against conservatives. The IRS scandal, the Veterans Administration scandal.

They (the progressives) enjoy hurting those who disagree with them. They are sick people and those who aren't progressives need to be aware of this trait. It is going to get worse.

Anonymous said...

lynda...I haven't read his blog. His statements alone disgust me but I probably will get around to reading the blog. I don't remember him ever identifying the person/people responsible for Amanda's death in derogatory terms like he does here. He uses "the enemy". Is that typical in his blog?

John Mc Gowan said...


"Temporal Lacuna" and missing information.

Sisters' Liverpool hotel nightmare as room is burgled during baby shower break in city

Police are investigating break-in at Signature Living Hotel.

Two women say they had a horror hotel stay after they returned to their room to find it had been burgled.

Sasha and her sister Gurps Chattu had booked a two double bed ‘Sex in the City’ room, in the Signature Living Hotel in Stanley Street.

The pair had travelled from Birmingham on Sunday morning and attended a baby shower that day, before enjoying a night on Mathew Street later that evening.

However when they returned to their room at around 9.30pm, after eating at a nearby restaurant, they said they found the door to their room kicked in and their room trashed.

Sasha, 45, said: “We were really happy with the room it was exquisite and we had got a fantastic deal on it.

We went to the baby shower in the day and then to a few bars on Mathew Street that night, which was great.

But we wanted an early night because we were going to go shopping the next day and to explore the sites and make a bit of a holiday out of our trip.

So we went back to the room and then went to a nearby Italian restaurant for tea.”

In the UK, "Tea" is usually around 3:30pm to 4:00pm ish. So, if they went for drinks in the "night" and say night time is sometime after tea, then, the time of events is the wrong way round, depending on their definition of when "Tea" is, and what it is.

It was when the sisters returned to the hotel they found that the coded door, on the third floor corridor, leading to their room was on the latch.

Sasha, a nutritionist, said: “We could see that our door was open and had been kicked in.

We shouldn’t have really gone in but we did because we had all our stuff in there and it was just trashed.”

The sisters said they did not see a manager but a member of staff arranged for them to move to the Shankly Hotel in Victoria Street and walked them there.

Sasha added: “It just seems like there was no security in place.

“People spend more than £1,000 for some of those rooms plus there are a lot of young girls that go there for hen parties.

“If we had been looked after better I don’t think we would have felt so bad, but we were just left and were so scared.

“The staff at the Shankly were lovely but the manager from the other hotel didn’t even ring in the morning and check if we were okay.”

A spokesman for Signature Living said they were helping police with their investigations.

Police confirmed that officers were called to the scene at around 10.30pm to reports of a burglary and that an iPhone was stolen in the incident.

Is it common for them to leave and "iPhone" in the room. Who's iPhone was it?

Enquiries are on going and CCTV footage has been requested.

Hey Jude said...

John - they are from the Midlands, so tea might mean dinner /evening meal.

Tea (also known as high tea or meat tea) is one name for the evening meal. It is associated with the working class and is typically eaten between 5 pm and 7 pm. In the North of England, North and South Wales, the English Midlands, Scotland and in rural and working class areas of Ireland, people traditionally call their midday meal dinner and their evening meal tea (served around 6 pm), whereas the upper social classes would call the midday meal lunch or luncheon and the evening meal (served after 7 pm) dinner (if formal) or supper (if informal).[9] This differentiation in usage is one of the classic social markers of British English (see U and non-U English).

John Mc Gowan said...

Thanks, Hey Jude

Yes. That's why i said, "depending on their definition of when "Tea" is, and what it is.

What time did they get back to "the room", after drinks?
What did they do between going back to "the room" and going to the restaurant?

dmbfm said...

Hey, peter, could you analyze Rice's statement regarding the leaks/unmasking?

“I leaked nothing to nobody and never have and never would.”

Scott Addams has an interesting view on this statement (

"Anyway, my point today is about Susan Rice’s unusual wording in denying any leaking of the Trump surveillance information. She said, “I leaked nothing to nobody and never have and never would.”

When I learned to be a hypnotist, my instructor taught the class that some types of verbal slips are actually a message of honesty from the subconscious. Rice’s odd wording leaves open the possibility that she leaked SOMETHING to someone. To a hypnotist, Rice’s choice of words would be regarded as an unintentional confession of leaking."

Statement Analysis Blog said...


Rice is deceptive. I will try to get her full statement.


Anonymous said...


Hi Peter,
I would be interested to know if you have taken a look at any of the statements in the Liberty German and Abigail Williams double homicide case. There have been some LE press conferences and an interview with the land owner where the remains were found.

Anonymous said...

Wow, I'm so impressed but not surprised, that President Trump is "taking responsibility" for resolving the terrible situation in Syria and says he will "carry that responsibility with pride". Contrast that with Obama's pathetic shirking of all responsibility. That's the difference between a real man like Donald Trump and an ambiguously gay one like Obama.

Note: I'm not sure why Trump needed to "change his attitude" regarding Assad, it's not like it wasn't obvious Assad is a merciless baby and child-killer before this recent chemical attack.

Anonymous said...

That's so sad the picture of the twins who died in the chemical attack in Syria. Why doesn't the U.S. assassinate Assad? I don't get it. Why does Assad cling onto power? NOONE likes him! Literally noone in his country likes him. Again, I don't get it.

General P. Malaise said...

you are being had, Assad didn't gas anyone. that was obama hold=overs who supported the terrorists in Syria who did the gassing if it happened at all. the White Helmet crowd has been caught manufacturing fake news in Syria before.

Anonymous said...

It is interesting to see King Abdullah speaking so eloquently as contrasted with Trump's more coarse use of the English language. One sounds smart, the other, not so much.

General Malaise, that is such crap. Assad uses chemical weapons--what is so hard for you to grasp about that? You sound like a conspiracy theory nut.

General P. Malaise said...

Assad has no desire to use chemical weapons he is not an idiot like obama or john kerry or john mccain. it is not a civil war in Syria. get educated. there is lots of proper reporting from Syria. Stop listening to the MSM and McCain and his terrorists buddies in the middle east. I would post the info but I also know it is futile with some people.Anon @ April 5, 2017 at 10:34 PM

those who are clear minded can find the relevant links and evidence.

lynda said...

Anonymous said...
lynda...I haven't read his blog. His statements alone disgust me but I probably will get around to reading the blog. I don't remember him ever identifying the person/people responsible for Amanda's death in derogatory terms like he does here. He uses "the enemy". Is that typical in his blog?

April 5, 2017 at 9:43 AM

Yes...Davey has always referred to Amanda's murder as an attack on HIM by the ENEMY (the devil) to break him, to make him lose faith, and then on the flip side he will say that God allowed it to happen to DAVEY and davey alone can bring about a revival like no one has ever seen. God allowed amanda to be sacrificed.

Davey has always said that the 3 men that murdered her, he would like to sit down and talk with them (he's already forgiven them) and wouldn't it be grand if they came to Jesus?

Lentenlands said...

Solid gold Peter. Thanks for calling it.

Ode said...


Ongoing, Trial, suspected killer of Sierra LaMar * who remains missing

Disparage the voiceless, Sierra, Atty's at large, Sierra was curious about girls
feared her Christian mother, what's next a Lifetime remake?
Mistrial pending, what a crock.

Anonymous said...

Actual audio: Cindy Anthony calls 911 to report that her granddaughter Caylee had been missing for a month. The operator asks Casey Anthony, "Why didn't you call thirty-one days ago?"

Habundia said...

@lynda..April 4; 1:41....It's like Casey saying "surprise surprise", when she was told her baby had been found death.