A lot of people are quick to shout propaganda.
Do they see the propaganda, really?
Iran this, Iran that, Iran the other. First it was Iraq...been there. The it was Afghanistan...been there. Lebanon...been there. Libya...been there. Now the propaganda is pushing Iran. Oh my God, Iran's going to go nuclear and blow everyone off the face of the earth. Then they'll eat the bodies. Someone should go over there and stop them, wink wink.
Updated 06-14-12 at 03:41 AM by makmugens
I'm sure there are a million more of these- as some of my peers here likel to say- with just a few clicks of google. But no matter what you show, it all seems to point down to propaganda for them.
I'm trying to raise awareness on certain things. Please excuse my clumsiness in my efforts so far but I'll get sharper. I think the first thing to do is "debunk"
* there is a difference between the actions/sentiments of a nations government and the actions/sentiments of a nations people. increasingly, i find that they are often not the same
*omissions, additions, and alterations to the truth, no matter how slight, can create a world of difference in its perception
* be wary of trolls
Updated 06-12-12 at 02:53 PM by makmugens
[B]O[/B] bedience to the
[B]L[/B] aw is
[B]I[/B] deal and will be
This is [I][B]not[/B][/I] to say that today's police are like this, but when I see groups of police squared off against groups of people protesting I rethink my opinion of who the police work for. Don't think I'm just picky for thinking so. In every dictatorship or something like that where the public
Updated 06-09-12 at 11:58 AM by makmugens
I wonder, sometimes, on the nature of a people who are so desensitized to war and it's consequences that it was allowed- as though a good thing- for people to see this grotesque show called "Shock and Awe". Labelled like a movie phenomenon, a must see, many flocked to their televisions...even me.
And the next day eyes lit up and many had warm and breathless accommodations for it. Young men clapped on a show of force and power. Others had nothing but praise for it's engineering.
Updated 06-08-12 at 11:41 PM by makmugens