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All fiction is propaganda. even if the author doesn't intend a moral, their values inevitably show through. amirite?

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Maybe if you have a complete misunderstanding of what "propaganda" means.

@Mrtechnohawk I just choose to apply it loosely

Nah, you just chose to misunderstand the definition of the word to the point that it is no longer applicable or useful, because it no longer draws an actionable distinction.

Nickyikkys avatar Nickyikky Yeah You Are +6Reply

That's not what propaganda means

SnooStoriess avatar SnooStories Yeah You Are +8Reply

Not really. I could write a story that doesn't even remotely reflect my morals and nobody would know.

No , not at all. My Uncle wrote a fiction " Success Mantra for women's freedom "
I will tell you what , right now here in basement I am with 5 asian women.

In that case, all events and media that you experience second/third hand is propaganda. You weren't there to experience it yourself, so how can you be sure you're getting the whole thing, in an unbiased manner?

I feel like there's some sort of Plato or Socrates thing related, but I can't seem to recall what exactly.

Rowgearas avatar Rowgeara Yeah You Are +4Reply
@Rowgeara In that case, all events and media that you experience second/third hand is propaganda. You weren't there to...

In that case, all events and media that you experience second/third hand is propaganda.

yes

You sound dumb

Are you russian???

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