Tag Archives: Political Psychology

Propaganda and the Politics of Perception

By Michael Carmichael  – Planetary Movement War propaganda glorifies military indoctrination as the highest form of patriotism while simultaneously demonizing the enemies of the state. Adolf Hitler realized the power of propaganda to mold and shape public opinion. Hitler wrote … Continue reading

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Korea and the symptoms of the imperialist division syndrome.

The Cultural Selves of Korea – An Unnatural Division. Take one people with a shared cultural self, a strong shared perception of nationality. The vast majority will at any given time be politically inactive, often biased in political preferences by … Continue reading

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