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It comes in with the tide. A documentary with a calmly delivered narration pointing out the inconsistencies of those with power. Sir Bob Geldof showed us that it really does not take a genius to point out the problems in the world but once in a while some one will truly take an axe to the wall of psuedo-intellectual problem-calling. PSYWAR explores the evolution of propaganda and public relations in the United States, with an emphasis on the “elitist theory of democracy” and the relationship between war, propaganda and class. All the falling statues, all the strong-jawed stiff-lipped Marines, All the terrorist wagging a finger and looking about surreptitiously, all of these images are introduced into society to burrow deep in our psyche and never really come out. Most of Generation F(ucked) will forever see the “Enemy” as an Arabic man and the “Hero” as an absurdly buff Nebraskan. The effects of propaganda are every where and rarely let up. Everyday we are constantly bombarded with thousands of ads, which often times more or less take our happiness and piece of mind and hold it for ransom, the most jarring fact though is that whether or not we are aware many of them are geared towards stripping us of left-like-leanings. The first war we ever fight, we’ve already lost. I hate concepts like this because they sound so banal and trite and ultimately as a species we are helpless against our own ignorant yet hilariously destructive nature but in order to truly hate your enemy you must know every facet of your enemy and propaganda is a huge facet. Ads at this point are arbitrary distractions that insult our intelligence and waste our time, so the next time you stroll forth from your favorite well-franchised coffee outlet and see a bus pass by demanding that you tune your station to an esoterically jovial Cumbia station: FIRE BOMB IT!


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