So, You Think Your “Entertainment” Doesn’t Carry A Political Message, Do You?

Have you ever seen the movie “Starship Troopers?”  Did you really pay attention to the messages in it?  Here, watch again:

Now, watch these and see if you can detect a connection:

And, if you listen to talk radio, I bet you’ve heard the National Guard videos where they glorify troopers getting ready to “serve their community” by doing battle against the elements.  This push for service even extends down into our schools where students are now required to perform “community service” in order to graduate.

It’s all the same message: you are part of a global community and your job is to “serve the greater good.”  Well, that’s all well and good,but let me ask you something:

When was the last time you read this book?


If it’s been more than 5 years, I strongly suggest you read it again — all of it, both stories!

10 thoughts on “So, You Think Your “Entertainment” Doesn’t Carry A Political Message, Do You?

    • Ah, ring-ading-ding, Ron Paul is actually late to the show. Do you not know what the book “Starship Troopers” was actually about? Here’s a hint: it is along the same lines as “1984” and “A Brave New World.” 😉

    • So would you prefer we call you a ….RONPaulBot….instead of just Paulbot?……BurgerKing..we do it Ur way.

  1. Joe and Kells….Have you heard of the book by Ben Shapiro called ‘Primetime Propaganda” ?

    He gets studio executives to admit in their own words how Television has been used over the past 60 years by Hollywood writers , producers , actors and executives to promotes their Liberal ideals.

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