A subreddit for propaganda collectors, enthusiasts, or all who are fascinated by propaganda as an insight into history, sociology, perspective, and manipulation through art and other mediums
Propaganda: information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc.
A subreddit for propaganda collectors, enthusiasts, or anyone fascinated by propaganda as an insight into history, sociology, perspective, and manipulation.
Posters, paintings, leaflets, cartoons, videos, music, broadcasts, news articles, or any medium is welcome - be it recent or historical, subtle or blatant, artistic or amateur, horrific or hilarious.
1) Don't vote on whether you agree with the message of a post.
2) Don't post with the intent to spread propaganda you agree with or the intent to degrade propaganda you disagree with.
3) Titles must have a date and must be neutral. If in doubt, you can simply use the caption of the poster (eg. "I want you!", US, 1917).
4) No current events. To help us to be objective, posts cannot be from within the last two years. Please post contemporary work on /r/ModernPropaganda.
5) No reposts. You can only repost the same image after a year.
6) Civil conversation is okay; soapboxing, bigotry, partisan bickering, and personal attacks are not.
7) No memes or clickbait. Image macros are only allowed if released by an official agency and the source is provided.
For a complete rundown and explanation of the rules, refer to the wiki.
Can anyone translate the Korean in this video?