Subconscious War (Video)

A half hour documentary on media, reality and a culture of violence.

12 Comments on "Subconscious War (Video)"

  1. So what exactly did happen to those helicopter pilots flying with erections and murdering people for fun. Who are they, why have they not been exposed for the animals they are.
    USA, kill, kill, kill it’s their motto, their lifestyle, laughing  at the pain and suffering they are causing.
    The true corruption of the US is demonstrated in those sick disgusting individuals that committed those crimes are still able to hide who they really are to this day.

  2.  http://youtu.be/WibmcsEGLKo

    • It’s no coincidence that Chaplin was basically run out of the US—-because the sort of ideas espoused in his brilliant speech are VERY THREATENING to Business As Unusual here in ‘Murika.

      What can one say about a country that would actually be FRIGHTENED of a man like Charlie Chaplin?

      •   Or to put it another way, what can one say about a man like Charlie Chaplin that a country would be frightened by him?

  3.  Or to put it another way, what can one say about a man like Charlie Chaplin that a country would be frightened by him?

  4. DeepCough | Mar 18, 2012 at 10:23 pm |

    I never liked the Call of Duty games, mainly because they were just too close to real life.

    • Monkey See Monkey Do | Mar 19, 2012 at 11:22 am |

      I like my violence in art just as much as the next person but i can’t rationalize playing as a soldier for the american military. It seems that so many games have us playing that role, I just ignore them all. A rebel uprising to a dictatorship would make a great game, I wonder why we never see those ones?… 

      • DeepCough | Mar 19, 2012 at 11:45 am |

        “A rebel uprising to a dictatorship would make a great game, I wonder why we never see those ones?”

        Uh, those games are a dime a dozen, man.

        • Monkey See Monkey Do | Mar 19, 2012 at 10:02 pm |

          Really? I was just looking at the metacritic listing for videogames and the vast majority of the action games have you fighting for the military. Not to say that there aren’t plenty of great games too, but there’s alot of propaganda out there.

          • DeepCough | Mar 20, 2012 at 2:54 pm |

            Yes there is, but there’s also the Bioshock games, which pit you as a protagonist against a vile dictator in profoundly dystopian environment ruled by the negative effects of capitalism, communism, and in the latest installment, nationalistic isolationism.

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