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Originally posted by AlexIR
reply to post by Gridrebel
Business insider? Really?
Anyway, i whould rather believe what the North Koreans have to say instead of listening to the US rats and US rats' friends.
Originally posted by Gerizo
Eye-opening and disturbing on many fronts OP. It sure is interesting to see things from an alternative perspective, if given a choice would being able to see both sides of the coin change society? I value human life more than an animal but, why do the fishing men have to kill the dolphins in such a brute manner? Do they have any idea how intelligent those creatures are?
Originally posted by Germanicus
Originally posted by Gridrebel
And North Korea has abstained from propaganda themselves, right? All countries use propaganda.
Death to U.S. imperialists, our sworn enemy!
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War propaganda is used by the US too. Do you like these US posters encouraging genocide of the Japanese? They were quite effective dont you think? Dropping nukes on Hiroshima and Nagasaki saved lives right?
Originally posted by texasgirl
The only thing I can say is that, although we don't know much about North Korea, they are apparently teaching their children to hate us:
Is that not propaganda on their part, too?
Originally posted by DarknStormy
It seems to be a Korean or North Korean documentary which goes into detail about exposing western propaganda from roughly England in WW1 and again in WW2. I am pretty sure it exposes how after WW1 the Brits gave up their propaganda program whilst the USA continued theirs and to this very day.
Originally posted by DoctorMobius
reply to post by DarknStormy
I actually enjoy propaganda, It's interesting. Do I do what they want me to do? Heck no.