Weird Universe

Propaganda, Thought Control and Brainwashing

Captain Tick-Mouse



Original images here.

I am not sure having a rat-like figure as your patriotic icon is the best choice of imagery.

Here is a little background on the character, from this source.

Posted By: Paul | Date: Tue Dec 01, 2015 | Comments (6)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Politics, Propaganda, Thought Control and Brainwashing, War, 1910's

Stop Eating Chocolate

According to some vicious propaganda, being spread by evil scientists, chocolate is no longer a health food and should be avoided, at all cost. (especially if you're a dog)

CBC News

This should be viewed as a wake-up call! Stock-up now!
Posted By: Expat47 | Date: Thu Jan 08, 2015 | Comments (8)
Category: Propaganda, Thought Control and Brainwashing, Eating

Young Man’s Fancy

Electricity: too cheap to meter!

The Thrifty Pig

The Big Bad Wolf was a Nazi?!? Who knew?

Learn more here.

Gabriel Over the White House

One of the weirder Hollywood offerings, this film depicts an American President gone wild in office--and it turns out to be a good thing! I'm surprised the film hasn't figured in this year's politics.

More info here.

Long unavailable, it's recently been reissued. Follow the Amazon link.

Posted By: Paul | Date: Wed Apr 11, 2012 | Comments (3)
Category: Movies, Politics, Strange Candidates, Propaganda, Thought Control and Brainwashing, 1930's

The Joys of Colonialism

A scan from the book L'Homme dans le monde moderne (Casterman, 1959). This is evidently how the French liked to imagine their colonial experience. I think the reality was slightly different. (via Mondorama 2000)

Posted By: Alex | Date: Fri Mar 09, 2012 | Comments (7)
Category: Propaganda, Thought Control and Brainwashing, Africa
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