A Proximity Lie, is a lie that requires proximity to accomplish. Proximity lies are usually used by racists, criminals and degenerates.
Racist use proximity lies to expand their opportunities to lie about, or wrongfully appropriate the property of another; they also use proximity lies to increase their capabilities for obtaining credit for the work of another.
Criminals almost exclusively use proximity lies to frame people, and create alibis for themselves.
Degenerates use proximity lies for all of the reasons stated, and some we can't imagine, because they're degenerates.
A proximity lie, like all lies, is not the truth, but it is more perverse because it usually defies the truth.
EXAMPLES OF PROXIMITY LIES:
Manhattan District Attorney, Cyrus Vance, Cyrus Vance, met with a woman of African descent, who had been brutally assaulted and raped, and then leaked information he obtained, and some he made up, to justify not prosecuting a rich, powerful white man, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, for the brutal offense. Vance needed proximity to the victim to obtain information from her, that could be used to construct lies.
Alfred Blalock, of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, was able to obtain exclusive credit for the profound talent of, Vivien Theodore Thomas who, with only a high school education, developed the surgical procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome, and other surgical innovations that Blalock took credit for. Blalock needed proximity to Thomas, to obtain the benefits of his work so, when he left Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, to assume another position at John Hopkins, he took Thomas with him.
Copyright: Hargrove Jones 2000