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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
    I agree with you, the media does need a reform. But, I don't believe a reform via the state. I believe we shouldn't be punishing the media's actions because it is really the people that is to blame. We need to educate people more.
    This topic makes me sound like a socialist I understand your point but I disagree, I'm too cynical to believe that people will be educated enough, if anything, things are getting worse.
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    (Original post by In2deep)
    This topic makes me sound like a socialist I understand your point but I disagree, I'm too cynical to believe that people will be educated enough, if anything, things are getting worse.
    If you extend this, surely we should punish political parties due to them also exploiting the people through their use of propaganda. We should also be punishing schools.
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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
    If you extend this, surely we should punish political parties due to them also exploiting the people through their use of propaganda. We should also be punishing schools.
    I've lost the energy to carry on It's too late now but you are right. I think it really depends on how much influence it all has? Is it negligible?

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    My hope is that a single nuclear bomb is launched, causing deaths but creating mass outrage and desperation and ultimately causing total disarmament and the removal of the threat of nuclear annihilation.
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    (Original post by Glowy Amoeba)
    My hope is that a single nuclear bomb is launched, causing deaths but creating mass outrage and desperation and ultimately causing total disarmament and the removal of the threat of nuclear annihilation.
    If only this happened in WWII.

    I'm quite surprised by some of the replies in this thread. I don't want war to occur at all; there should be peace.
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    (Original post by Glowy Amoeba)
    My hope is that a single nuclear bomb is launched, causing deaths but creating mass outrage and desperation and ultimately causing total disarmament and the removal of the threat of nuclear annihilation.
    It would obviously depend on the situation, but I'm not sure that such a situation could be constrained. Such a scenario could easily end up with nuclear war.
 
 
 
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