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originally posted by: Whereismypassword
a reply to: surfer_soul
In U.K. most media stay as best they can neutral middle and on stories they will book people from both sides of the polical seesaw to balance things out
Even with the Salisbury nerve agent story the main news were booking Russian mouth pieces to give the Russian side to it
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: pointessa
There's nothing going on with main stream media. Trump is guiding the conversation for you. He is determining what you think. What you believe and what you feel.
You are his target.
The United States was about six months into World War II when it founded the Office of War Information (OWI). Its mission: to disseminate political propaganda.
The office spread its messages through print, radio, and film—but perhaps its most striking legacy is its posters. With bright colors and sensational language, they encouraged Americans to ration their food, buy war bonds, and basically perform everyday tasks in support of the war effort. In one, a woman carrying her groceries is compared to soldiers carrying guns. The poster implies that by walking instead of driving, she is doing her patriotic duty, since “trucks and tires must last till victory.” (Read “WWII Ads Pushed Products No One Could Buy.”)
Notwithstanding the sympathy that Americans had for England and France in their war against Germany, the overwhelming majority of Americans opposed U.S. entry into World War II. They had seen what U.S. intervention in World War I had accomplished — nothing but the needless loss of more than 100,000 American men in a worthless cause — one that was supposed to bring an end to all future European wars and to make the world, once and for all, safe for democracy. Yet, some twenty years later, England and France were involved in another war against Germany.
Roosevelt even pretended to oppose entry into the war by expressing anti-war sentiment during his 1940 presidential campaign. He assured the American people, “I have said this before, but I shall say it again and again and again. Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign war.”
But he was lying — deliberately lying. In actuality, he was doing everything he could to get the United States involved in the conflict. He first tried to bait the German war machine into attacking U.S. vessels, so that he could say, “We’ve been attacked! We’re innocent! We now have no choice but to defend ourselves by entering the war.”
You are correct...Orange face is dated. He doesn't fake tan anymore because people were making fun of him and he can't stand being the butt of a joke. He's also stopped dyeing his hair. Again because he was being made fun of.