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So it's the 70s, and from now on, kids grow up in boxes surrounded by lawns and hostas.
Cars and parking lots fill all the public spaces, everything is far away, so you watch a lot of TV.
It's like you have no control over it. You must watch TV or you feel like you are in a graveyard alone.
And the same type of system that created the MK Ultra project
- corporate capitalism inside the goverment - created mass media propaganda.
And once humans were locked in their suburban pens, mass media propaganda would be used to actually raise them. For some, mass media propagnada would be all they knew of a "community." The fictional characters on TV shows.
Some schools in the 70s paid for their new classroom TV sets
by "simply showing the educational films produced by the corporate sponsors."
I sat through more than a few "automobile safety and kids" films (that were really car company propaganda for kids) while disapproving teachers fumed in the background about being forced to do show these films by money-hungry administrations.soundtrack