>Anime is becoming more and more mainstream
And the point is?
The popularity of a medium is not equivalent to saying that all types of propaganda work. Do you want an example? What if you try porn? Indeed, the medium addresses the feeling it evokes: in this case, excitement.
The propaganda that is made for niggers is well known...
But the question is clear: To whom will this garbage be directed?
The problem with movies, anime, and other types of exposure (and even the opera) is clarified by a quick reflection: they abstract from reality, but no, it goes to it. It changes an effectively real intuition, to a fictitious one (how curious that most normies are unable to see beyond what is shown!), And this is, in light of the facts, harmful.
The best means of propaganda, and that this is clear, for fascism (a doctrine based on action), is perhaps: the action itself.
But referring to the essential question: propaganda is persuasion, not the demotion of something, this is the reason why, for example, we disdain generic propaganda that tries to impose as this anon comments: ( >>3489
>I skip every generic post I see with the same overused buzzwords [...]
However, someone who does not know how to differentiate between the artistic medium and the propaganda medium makes a big mistake.
Will we say that Idyll is a propaganda, trying to persuade someone to accept our love to someone? Ridiculous, the artistic medium exposes a feeling (intiutive or abstract), the propaganda medium evokes a feeling in the viewer. If persuasion (as in sophistry) is too fickle, then we immediately identify it and recognize what it is
It must also be recognized that in every medium, it has its own way of exposing a feeling, and that regarding the limitations (such as, for example, animation cannot expose a reality) that are typical of the medium, the end of the medium is found.
The fine, humanoid, and adorable stroke of a drawing will expose us sweetness, which in the anime, is easily recognizable. This last one, it dignifies us to recognize one thing: that the anime exposes sweetness, which aimed at women can be positive, but not in men. And an overexposure of the latter makes them effeminate.
Secondary to this, we must know that a drawing is nothing more than a banalization of reality (exempting the paintings, which try to emulate reality), and that is why it is so effective in comedies; well, factions and expressions that that are clearly grotesque are adopted, which exposes us to a sense of ridicule, which we compare with expressions of the human face and that is why we find it funny (see video)
Another thing, which should be noted in the anime. Isn't the character design curious, with light eyes, light hair, and with western features, like big eyes, etc?
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