Sometimes the Most Absurd Memes Offer the Greatest Truth
Although many may belittle and scorn the use of memes in social media, they play a valuable role in fighting citizen’s information wars against corporate media and social engineering propaganda.
Faced with overwhelming censorship, ridicule and loss of freedoms of speech, memes are serving as an expression of people’s opinions and emotions.
Glued to their televisions, Facebook, and video games, millions of people are conditioned with short attention spans. They may be reluctant to actually read.
Memes reach these people. Some may dabble in news or politics, but there are obviously many political amateurs, novices, and normal everyday citizens who have little to no interest with current affairs.
The good news is, more are rejecting the woke narratives and social engineering buzz topics controlling so many individuals thoughts. Memes are a quick way to reach those struggling with grocery and gas prices, health problems from experimental vaccines and Washington DC lies.
Inch by inch, one by one, men and women who won’t take the time to read a well researched article, are beginning to realize:
🔹it is smart to break the harmful addiction of television news and mainstream media.
🔹many narratives from the government are lies and propaganda.
🔹it is OK to think for themselves and out of the box, away from what is being spoon fed to them in advertising, newspapers and education.
🔹rejecting any agendas to steal elections, confiscate guns or take away freedoms is not only our right, it’s our solemn duty.
🔹there can be great truth, meaning and light in memes.
🔹memes based on slander, lies and control are evil, the opposite of good.
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