Author Topic: Western Propaganda through N. Korea's Eyes | Interview with Slavko Martinov  (Read 11757 times)

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Offline kimono

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My opinion about this documentary:

Any citizen in the western world should ask himself: in everything we buy, can we make ethical choices?

 Even if we can't avoid buying certain things like clothes or food, we can avoid to give money to big industries that have an unethical behavior.
For example, we can buy green products instead of buying GMOs and chemical sodas.
We can buy Creative Commons music instead of giving money to music industry oppressing and impoverishing real artists.
We can join the Occupy movement, instead of joining a corrupted political party.
We can choose to join an hacktivist group, instead of working for the police or for the military.
We can give 5 dollars/euros to a homeless person, instead of buying perfume or makeup.
We can create a video with our smartphone, instead of watching reality shows or stupid TV programs.
If you don't agree with your government, you can create a blog, write an article and share your ideas. You don't even need money to do that.

You can stop smoking, and stop taking drugs (if you are a drug user), then you won't give money to criminals and mafias organized crimes, and the longer you live the longer you will be able to fight against injustices and corruption in this world, the longer you will be able to protest against government wrongdoings.

We can all avoid propaganda, even if it's everywhere, both in western countries or in other countries. We can avoid that brainwashing.
This documentary is very interesting to see how people are entertained and conditioned by TV in the western world, making us forget about all serious things happening around us like wars, poverty, economic crisis, etc.
"Les hommes qui ont vécu dans les laboratoires n'imaginent guère que les partis extrêmes" -
"Men who lived in the laboratories can hardly imagine anything else than extreme parties" (Louis Aragon, 1897-1982)