posted on Jul, 22 2014 @ 09:48 AM
originally posted by: metodex
People can't really understand the difference between communist propaganda and other countries's propaganda.
Some do forget that propaganda isn't necessarily a lie. It's a message that needs to be spread to the masses. Methods (lies or not) which are
employed in spreading it, do define the type propaganda and the one who's behind it.
Communists take propaganda to the extremes with lies. Reasons for that are, that most of it is aimed at enemy states, to cause distrust and unrest in
them. Lies there are almost certainly are at the center of it. Internal propaganda is slightly different, more based on emotional things, as it's
meant for distraction from poverty, hard life and injustice. Enemies are used as a scapegoats or reason for all bad things happening. Usually internal
enemies are employed which are blamed for everything. Foreign relations in communist propaganda almost certainly have numerous external enemies. When
internal propaganda fails, vodka does the rest by making a happy, docile citizen or slave.