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what is that anyway
It's a um... a method used deliberately to influence people to believe certain ideas or to follow certain courses of action..
oh! i have no clue sorry
wish i could help!
Yeah wish you cloud but you can't.. It's ok..
How long have u been on this website! do u only use the writing?
no...I've seen them on math sometimes too...
oh! im new just started yesterday night
I'll fan you to boost u ^ in fans
lol! thanks guys! im already a fan of both of you! i just fan random people sometimes and other people i fan when they help me with something
An example of propaganda online: http://noksfoodandbevtax.com/ "Kansans Against Food And Beverage Taxes." It's a fake group created by business interests masquerading as a grassroots organization. The snack food and soda industries are afraid that someday governments might respond to the obesity epidemic the same way they responded to widespread smoking: with taxes intended to discourage their use. Nobody's ever proposed it in Kansas and nobody's likely to. The group exists to manipulate people into feeling like government's breathing down their necks, thus fostering opposition to any public attempts (not just taxes) to reduce consumption of fattening foods. Any such action would hurt the profits of the fattening-foods industry. Another example of propaganda could be Michael Moore's documentaries. They're factual, but they're clearly designed to influence viewers to his point of view. Another example of propaganda is the Fox News Network. Its first and current president, Roger Ailes, was a media consultant to three Republican presidents. And basically everything Fox New Channel does is intended to influence viewers into supporting the Republican party.
There's also Russia Today, which is a news outlet funded by the Russian government intended to make Russia look good to the rest of the world. https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/RT_%28TV_network%29 The U.S. has a sort-of similar outlet called Voice Of America.
The BBC is operated by the UK government to influence people around the world to adopt a viewpoint more conducive to their goals.