This article is inspired by a video that has been gaining traction on Facebook recently.
This video focused on how a man had a crowd’s attention, which he was spouting out his view on the United States, and how they needed to change it in order for it to be whole again. The man sounds in the video, as many other white supremacists do today with their views on the African American community, and of other groups outside of the United States.
The point is made clear that most of the people back then did not care for his opinions, since they had already seen what is wrong with it to begin with, and is further explored by a man that questions the man’s opinions, and compares it to the Nazi vision that he had already seen from his people in the past.
The video explores much more than there is explained in this article, but it had spawned in an important message that is,
This was a late night thought that I had after watching the video, and had been a consistent thought to me, over what is trending, or viral on social media for a long time. What is to be emphasized in this article, is to help not only yourselves, but the younger generation understand the importance of this type of information. That it is not only important, because other people say that it is, but that it is important, because they
believe it to be important.
Propaganda Video: 1943