A closer look at television reveals a saturation of authoritarian biased programs that give more credence to the impact of blue collar crime (intentional) rather than white collar crime (a lapse of judgement), greatly diminishing the more destructive role of the latter. This outcome helps perpetuate the false notion that the poorer members of society are really our enemies and inculcates in us a desire to spy for and even assist the vanguards of the current orthodoxy - the police industry - in undermining our hard-fought rights for the sake of establishing "stability" and "order."
The running of bulls is analogous. Except the herd is you chasing fellow humans. The powers that be laugh at the rush. "If they're entertained they won't chase us." turn in your friends. your family and friends. dial. you got no friends. your family ends. why? That wanted poster is just like this. Incentive to call: the framing makes you pissed. Who's the source? I smell a roasted pig. Will that face be you before that sweepstakes win? You see strangers on television. "yawn" You see yourself on television. Something's wrong. That can't be you. "No!" You're not guilty. So. That must be you. No? You are guilty. Better run. Are you ready for school? Teachers teach the game. They tell you to tattle since the very first grade. You just doing your part. Cleaning up the mess. Who defines the rot? Who controls the press?
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