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    I just stumbled upon this fine example of American propaganda:

    http://www.schrottgelacht.de/showcontent.php?cid=67

    Your comments please
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    Ha ha ha, I have a few of these. Disney made enough of them.

    Propaganda is an interesting science.

    Fritz
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    Yep. That's about right. Pretty accurate.
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    Can I get those here in Germany? They are hilarious
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    The funny thing is, thats actually like my history lessons. Albeit heavily simplified.
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    joeap's Avatar Senior Member
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    My favorite is "Donald Duck in Nutsiland" ... Donal Duck saying "Heil Hitler" in his voice... surreal.
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    Originally posted by StG2_Schlachter:
    Can I get those here in Germany? They are hilarious
    PT me. Perhaps I can send some to you.

    Fritz
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    The most successful and effective propaganda always has elements of truth or factual content, which are then covered with layers of half-truth and distortion, topped off with a sprinkling of total bull$hit.

    Some of our governments today are pretty good at it!


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    panther3485
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    Originally posted by panther3485:
    The most successful and effective propaganda always has elements of truth or factual content, which are then covered with layers of half-truth and distortion, topped off with a sprinkling of total bull$hit.

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    panther3485
    The above post is carefully planned propaganda.
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    joeap's Avatar Senior Member
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    Actually the Donald Duck cartoon was "Der Führer's Face"

    Donald Duck

    Or this one Bugs Bunny, with a familar fellow to blue flyers, and one fellow familiar to red (and I mean RED) flyers.

    Herr meets Hare

    They don't make propaganda like they used too, between Walt Disney, Leni Riefenstahl, and Sergei Eisenstein propaganda could be artistic and fun.
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