Now, if you can show me that only one person or group of people can be lying at a time, then it would be sufficient to show that someone else was lying because it would necessarily mean the other person was telling the truth.
But for the moment, until we can get the evidence that only one person can be lying at a time, I am going to assume that it's possible for two or more people to be dissembling concurrently.
I am not sure if I explained well enough evidence that MomoQ was being candid is something different than showing someone else is lying, but I hope so.
I feel certain that it is at least theoretically possible for more than one entity to state falsehoods at the same time.
But, I am open to evidence to the contrary.
I may be wrong.
... the 20th century has been characterized by three developments of great political importance: The growth of democracy, the growth of corporate power, and the growth of corporate propaganda as a means of protecting corporate power against democracy.
Australian social scientist, quoted by Noam Chomsky in World Orders Old and New
Pravda's a hoot.
Duffy used to interrupt kids cartoons in the morning so he could transmit the hangings performed on the Green Square, with some of his thugs tugging on the legs of the executed. That alone tells you what kind of a scum the guy is. He ran a lawless country in which him and his family were the law and the owners of everything. Ending the rule of that scum will be acknowledged by the people of Libya in the annals of history of that country with gratefullness