Originally Posted by Brutha
Argument by video's that are underlaid by theme music isn't the form in which public debate with relentless fact checking takes place.
It's a medium that you use if you want to stirr emotion instead of appealing to reason.
The medium is the message.
There is an opening orchestra piece played only while the title is shown: no different than the evening news, the beginning of television programs or any number of documentaries. There isn't any music afterwards. And the music is INTENDED to be a spoof on the "dignity" in which "credible" social engineering documentaries are presented by the mainstream.
You have criticized a universal artistic detail
while ignoring 99% of the content. In your pragmatic scrutiny, you obviously did not appreciate the tongue-in-cheek satire on the official story. This video presents the "official story" in its true ridiculous light in the linear fashion in which it has been foisted off to the public.
The topic is "War With Iran", yet here we have quibbling over itty-bitty details that serve only to delay any real discussion regarding the seriousness of the issue, the validity of facts presented...and the true roots of "the war on terror", which a war against Iran will surely be classified as.
It's a medium that you use if you want to stirr emotion instead of appealing to reason. |
The medium is the message
This should therefore apply to events such as the rock concert
performed a few days after 9/11, in which patriotic emotion-prompting music was featured. The fact is, the video link I provide makes it a point
to NOT play ANY music while mainstream "facts" are given, in the order they have been presented over the years this has unfolded.
You apparently will only accept facts under the most controlled conditions you, yourself, are setting. It is a scrutiny that throws the baby out with the wash water, and complains about the tub it was all in.
Please understand, Brutha, that I have long appreciated your pragmatic observation of topics. Should you apply this same attention to detail in other areas of the topic, you would find much information previously overlooked...or swept under the carpet.