Wake Island

Here’s an example of how propaganda is done in war. This is to illustrate that no matter what country wins or loses a war, no matter who the victors proclaim as the righteous or who the defeated complain started the war, human nature is static and the Art of Propaganda used to manipulate humans is the same. Only the technology has changed, not the art or the principle.

The humans in the German and Japanese Axis/Alliance, are the same types Americans see on the streets today. Unless people have a peculiar spine or internal resistance to Obeying Orders from their state, if you exchange the positions of these people, they would do little differently in their new positions.

Often times the only difference between people loyally following their authority, is that some people’s authorities are mistaken and evil, while others have bad intentions but are generally on the right path. Or the more common variation, good intentions but on the evil path.

At that time slice, the topics shown should be the Wake Island movie and how returning Wake Island veterans that surrendered to the Japanese, thought about it. The difference between truth and patriotic or nationalistic propaganda. “False but accurate” isn’t merely the Leftist MSewerMedia’s motto of news. Americans have had it for quite some time now. It is, after all, why FDR was elected President for life and why the Democrats were such good warmongers, under the national cause. Wilson and FDR both campaigned and promised not to get involved in foreign wars. They were using Weapons of Mass Deception of course. Not against foreign powers, but against their own citizens.

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