The art and tricks of political lying: the case of Canary Islands and Tomatoes
In order to get the population of Canary Islands vote in favor of entry in EU, of which voting day will be again now on May 25, the people were solemnly told to vote ‘yes’ because otherwise they can’t sell their tomatoes.
So the people bought the yearn given out by Spain’s corrupt politicians, and voted ‘yes’.
Today other corporations seek for selling Tomatoes and found great regions in Africa. The Canary Islands will now realize they have to eat their own tomatoes.
Now the political yarn is, in order to get the people to again vote for the next corrupt bunch; they must hand out a different story. The tomato argument, or Tomato Doctrine no longer works as people in the thousands now will have to look for a job.
The political yarn, this time goes: You must vote in order so that you get out of the crisis! So, us who brought you into the crisis, know best how to get you out of it.
How fast the people will run to vote this time, will be seen. Looking from past experience, they will vote yes. ‘Yes We Can!’ We can get out of the crisis by voting for European Union and its corrupt Parliament.
How real is all this ‘politic’? How real is all this ketchup?