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Propaganda has been around a long time. Just watch the film Psy War - The Battle for your Mind at www.metanoia-films.org/psywar/ and see what has transpired with the advent of television. I listened to Aunt Carol explain to me the Leave it to Beaver's and other shows that influenced her daily life.growing up in the late 40's and 50's. She has shared deep insight with me that most folk may have not realized! She,said, "you never saw them going to church" "you never saw them getting ready for choir practice". See, folks in the old days of Coal Company Towns, well, the Coal Mine Owner built the church for parishioners to attend, however, people in my Great Grandfathers day were not allowed to question the MIne Owners treatment of Widows and Orphans where the Bible states plainly what was required for these folk and that they were to be cared for. See, good people can read the bible for themselves, and propaganda used shows like The Andy Griffith Show to portray a delusion to our eyes. Aunt Bea never went ot church either, so the level of manipulation of our minds was twice fold. You got your goodness of what a family should be on TV and you got the quantitative Shame and Guilt at the other venue - your local Church... These ideals of family and moral guidelines have went hand in hand for centuries to manage working people. We We have become good little consumers as the film Psy-War points out. Bernays and Lippmann were very successful with the help of media owned by the wealthy. Good people, we need not be fooled any longer. We need not participate in this world of badness. We will change a world by our hearts, minds, and purity of purpose towards humanity. It can and will be done. All Rights are Reserved: Views expressed are my very own based upon my observations, life experience, and heart willingness to tell them.