Dumb Fool Makes Ridiculous Film


Maybe you thought you would find an explanation of the lies and propaganda you've been fed?


Or perhaps you've come looking for a company that calls itself DFMRF, LLC. If that's the case, I can't help you except to say that from my research, the address for the writer and director appear to be a shopping mall mailbox facility, and the address on file with the California Secretary of State for the entity known as DFMRF, LLC appears to be a "virtual office" in Los Angeles; so good luck with that.




Propaganda is generally an appeal to emotion, not intellect.


Journalistic theory generally holds that news items should be objective, giving the viewer an accurate background and analysis of the subject at hand.


What sets propaganda apart from other forms of advocacy is the willingness of the propagandist to change people's understanding through deception and confusion rather than persuasion and understanding. The perpetrators generally know the information to be one sided or untrue, but this may not be the case for the people who follow them and disseminate the propaganda.


The term propaganda may also refer to false information meant to reinforce the mindsets of people who already believe as the propagandist wishes. The assumption is that, if people believe something false, they will constantly be assailed by doubts. Since these doubts are unpleasant, people will be eager to have them extinguished, and are therefore receptive to the reassurances of those they believe to be more knowledgeable. For this reason propaganda is often addressed to people who are already sympathetic to the agenda. This process of reinforcement uses an individual's predisposition to self-select "agreeable" information sources as a mechanism for maintaining control.


Since few people actually double-check what they hear, such disinformation will be repeated, thus reinforcing the idea that the disinformation item is really a "well-known fact", even though no one repeating the myth is able to point to an authoritative source. The disinformation is then recycled in the media. Such permeating propaganda may be used for political goals: by giving citizens a false impression of the quality or policies of their country and its leaders, they may be incited to reject certain proposals or certain remarks or ignore the experience of others.





Ask yourself, who is most likely to gain by dividing Americans against one another.


Benjamin Franklin, when designing this flag in 1754, recognized that United We Stand, Divided We Fall.



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