Propaganda isn’t just limited to communist regimes and dystopian fiction novels. It’s real, it’s here and the majority of it is incredibly stupid. Take a look at 5 brainwashing videos gone wrong found on YouTube.
1. CRAZY CHRISTIAN YOUTUBE PROPAGANDA
Everyone has a crazy Christian friend but usually, they keep to themselves and their little church groups. However, there are times when they unhinge and start spewing crazing nonsense all over the place. This video has no shortage of mentally ill people spreading lies to unsuspecting people. It’s 26 minutes of Christian nonsense at it’s finest and yes, you should watch the whole thing. The best comedic writers of all time couldn’t make stuff this good.
2. CRAZY DOG RAPIST YOUTUBE PROPAGANDA
Have you ever looked at your cute, loyal dog and thought “maybe I should have sex with it.”? Hopefully not, because you’re normal. Normal people don’t have sex with dogs. Regardless, that didn’t’ stop one girl online to preach the “benefits” of dog sex. Normally, this would be quite funny but she’s completely serious and it’s obvious that she loves to do it. Judging by her dog’s reaction, perhaps it does too.
3. ANTI-GAY HITCHING YOUTUBE PROPAGANDA
Perhaps you’ve heard that hitchhiking is dangerous. Sure, it can be, due to the strange people out there like ax murderers and kidnappers. In the 1960’s though, they had different fears when it came to hitching. Gays. That’s right, in this video, a police office tells young boys to avoid hitchhiking due to gay men using hitchhikers as rape victims. The 60’s were such a fun time for minorities.
4.CNN CAUGHT USING PROPAGANDA ON YOUTUBE
It’s no surprise that the media has their own agenda but they aren’t usually so blatant about it. In a CNN segment regarding Hillary Clinton’s emails, one correspondent actually says that it’s illegal to possess stolen emails. However, that’s not the bad part. From there, he added that it’s different for the media. So essentially, CNN is telling uninformed Americans that the media has certain powers the rest of us don’t. Hence, believe every word they say.
5. CASEY NEISTAT USED YOUTUBE FOR HILLARY PROPAGANDA
Before Trump became President, internet celebrity ‘vlogger’ Casey Neistat made a video about who he was voting for. Without giving too much away, it wasn’t Trump. The video created a great deal of controversy as some seem to think Clinton hired Neistat to make the video due to his large fanbase. This conspiracy is further backed up by the fact that CNN just bought Neistat’s failing social app for $25 million.