Newsbender wrote: ↑Sat May 22, 2021 3:07 pmI wanted to share this photo I took of a "painting exercise" on display outside a kindergarten not far from where I live and organized by the local council. The teachers have obviously (along with parents and the media) filled the children with fear about coronavirus, scaring them out of their wits, and then tasked them all with expressing what their thoughts are about CV and how it relates to them ("CV and me"). Note the common theme of green, spiky virus particles, like something out of a horror movie. Now I wonder who put that image into their innocent little heads? https://youtu.be/A0EqaSBurX0
And all this for something which, according to the official narrative, actually has little to no effect on children.
What an abhorrent, yet utterly nefarious form of self-perpetuating propaganda to involve the children in this way. We all know that the Nutwork like to involve children whenever possible in their scams, as it increases the likelihood of emotional response, therefore reducing the ability to think critically. But for this to percolate down to the local communities in such an insidious way - it seems to me to be a new low and suggests to me they are desperate to break the next generation well before they reach adulthood.
(Edited for accuracy after being corrected on one point by my wife and to add a link to a nightmare inducing propaganda piece aimed at kids)
Dear Newsbender, good points well made.
News consumption has to expand for financial and ideological reasons. Viewership and ckicks equates to money and profits whilst ideologically, propaganda works best when immersive and believable.
Believability reaches religious acceptance when those conveying the 'info' are teachers and parents (the instructors of the young).
'News' has been expanded and modified and diluted to make it more easy to understand, but also to cater for the child audience, specifically. This creates a nice smooth continuum of stories thst go into adulthood.
BBC have their very own segments and programs for kids which can then be incorporated in to teaching in classrooms. BBC holds it's own as the premier source of reliable news in the world, so teachers all over the globe feel confident using it as source material.
Kids who hear the word 'democracy' a few thousand times in an elevatory mannner, interesperesed into art projects, history, news, architecture, politics, stories, music and poetry will have a hard to repudiating it in any critical sense when older!
kids are a growth market but also make strong ideological sense to propagandize young. Neural pathways form rapidly and 'unlearning' takes serious effort from younger to older.
Get them on message early.
P.S. The cartoon by 'Dr. Peril' you linked to is potentially quite disturbing.