"It's not propaganda, it's the truth"
November 29, 2001 3:40 PM   Subscribe

"It's not propaganda, it's the truth" Rumsfeld declared. OK, but leaflets with radio broadcasts, and Information Programs, is this the best we can do? How about some Daffy Goes to War, even some inspirational Soviet and Cuban communist posters, as we do battle on the psyops war front?
posted by Voyageman (5 comments total)
I'm confused; When did "propaganda" mean "lies"? I thought it meant "informational campaign."
posted by TacoConsumer at 4:54 PM on November 29, 2001

I would drop a zillion photots of Bay Watch babes to show them the goodies that can come their way, at least via TV, when they become part of a culturally sophisticated world.
posted by Postroad at 5:18 PM on November 29, 2001

Postroad -- I live in America. When do I get mine?

Take that as biting social satire, or an honest question from a horny college student.
posted by Hildago at 5:26 PM on November 29, 2001


"Bay Watch"

"culturally sophisticated"

posted by signal at 7:22 PM on November 29, 2001

Well, I think the first step will have to be to hire Al Quaeda's art director -- that guy who had the Bert-in-the-background concept. Now that dude knows his propaganda--that poster was all over the news and Web in days.
posted by Bixby23 at 8:07 PM on November 29, 2001

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