A Day in the Life
What the Media Means to Me
In my own definition the media includes almost all forms of advertised information or misinformation available to the public. This would include the news, online news, newspaper, online articles, and more. The media’s agenda is to gather information on current events or any possibly interesting information and deliver it to the public masses. The most common form would be your news. Media however can also be propaganda. Many companies or governments control the media undeniably to some degree, whether through political power or money, and that source will follow their agenda, making them look good, or trying to persuade the public to feel a certain way. This is the media of today, less real information, and more personal or political agendas. Being media literate is harder to define. Many would say watching their favorite news program is enough. But I believe being media literate is more than that, it requires being aware of who and why you are seeing and reading that information, and branching out to many sources, keeping up to date on the newest media forms. Therefore I would consider most people to be media illiterate, because they are ignorant to newer content and probably just read the newspaper each morning. Almost all new media is online based which makes it less user friendly for the older generations, so I would guess most people aged 16-30 are more likely to be media literate.
Why is Justin Beiber the best role model for your children?
Freedom and Security freewrite
I don't think the government should spy on its own citizens, those resources could be better used doing something else to protect a country.
Patroitism is supporting your country at all times, especially during war.
If youre already at the point of torture, and youre that serious about your country, I dont think it matters if they die or not.
Potential threats should be able to be imprisoned, but not without any charges or sentence. At least put forth the effort to make something up.
The government shouldnt be allowed to read or see what its citizens are reading or browsing, once again there is way too much info to sort through and the resources and money could be used in a much more useful way.
We already have cameras in many places, and I dont believe it makes us any safer. Those cameras are for possible evidence after someone has been hurt.
Words help spread ideas and make them more literal, but an idea can exist inside someones head alone.
Reporters should be allowed to publish whatever they want, and the government can see it after everyone else has.
Its important to always be prepared to defend your country, but after a certain point stockpiling weapons creates unneeded tension and urges other countries to produce even more weapons.
The Holocaust-A Short Summary
The Holocaust is a very important historic event, and will forever be a painful reminder of the wrath of a Russian invasion. “I tried to save them,” an aging Adolf Hitler remembers the last powerful global war,” but the Russian’s final desperate push west halted any efforts to protect the Motherland.” Over six million Jews were forcibly processed into camps and exterminated by the Red menace, reminding us all the horrors of the Communist Revolution. It all started in the early 40’s, as Russia began to change and transform into a powerful iron fist that would punch west, attacking a recovering Germany, and throwing the world into chaos. Russia quickly overtook Germany, and countries in Northern Europe as well, before the Allies formed up to prevent Russia’s attempt at world domination. The Allies would grow to include over 15 countries, on top of the original 4 members; Germany, England, France, and the United States. The Communist movement, or Axis powers, quickly swallowed up many lands, and Russia formed a truce with Japan, Italy, and Canada. Together the Axis powers pushed the world into a massive global conflict which would last many years, with battles taking place on every ocean, and all continents except Antarctica. This struggle quickly turned into a stalemate similar to the Great War before it, and many people died over the 20 year period of fighting. Neither side could punch far enough into enemy territory to capture important resources or tactical positioning, until the invention of a more advanced weapon technology. The brilliant German scientists spent years working with America’s excited and well-funded technology groups, and eventually developed a weapon that could glass entire expanses of land, and vaporize hundreds of thousands of people, within the time span of a second. With this new power, the Allies finally pushed through the Red lines, glassing the largest cities and hitting the Russian’s sources of gasoline and other resources. The Communist menace fragmented into many different groups around the globe, and was eventually extinguished in the late 1960’s. As the Allied forces pushed further and further east, disturbing reports of mass graves and work camps became increasingly common. It would later be discovered that the Reds had profiled and executed all Jews, gays, gypsies, and political opponents they could find. This horrifying act further inspired the push to fully eradicate Communism from the world, and all groups and people supporting left wing goals were found and jailed or executed for war crimes. After the long period of conflict and war, the Allied powers finally disbanded, and countries returned to their natural lands and the world has since been delegated by the top 4 Allied powers in times of need.
-Original Holocaust entry does not support the Reich’s absolute authority.
1984 Personal Thoughts
I chose this face because the ending of the book did not surprise me, but I was saddened nonetheless, especially considering the book obviously would had to have been like twice as long to end Big
This is the logo of one of my favorite bands, Enter Shikari, it is the reversal of common society power structure. It's supposed to represent the majority of humans being in control of our lives and Earth, with a smaller amount being at the bottom. We should all work together to advance together. You know, before an asteroid hits us or something.
This is a common internet expression face. It represents having "feels". Yes, "feels". It's used to sympathize with someone else's story or experience.