A wartime ad in Electronics
Obvious departure from modern ads: recognizing the facts of life. Females and males are different.
More subtle departure: The two female tubes on the left are holding hands. This was common
before WW2. In casual street pics
you'll see women walking together and holding hands. Normal behavior for friends, didn't have any special meaning. The habit disappeared sharply and suddenly after WW2, but continues in many other countries.
Why did it disappear here?
I can imagine two explanations, both undoubtedly wrong.
(1) Women felt a deep loyalty to the returning warriors who had been genuinely fighting and dying for genuine survival. Other loyalties faded away.
(2) Just after WW2, as part of the globalist coup,
American culture and schools were deeply infused with Freudian thinking. All descriptions of human behavior were Freudian. Dr Spock told us to raise kids without any contact. No breastfeeding, no spanking, no hugs. The NRA 'outlaw' rule applied to human familiarity. Every type of contact acquired a sexual connotation, so ordinary friendships had to gain more distance.
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Separate observation: Depicting objects as human was UNIVERSAL in cartoons and advertisements before WW2. It's natural. We're basically animists, believing (perhaps correctly) that everything has consciousness and purpose. After WW2 the tendency faded from mainstream ads and comics as part of the mechanistic globalist push, but continued in underground cartoons, then later in anime.
Long after the depiction disappeared, objects began to acquire a sort of intelligence via software. This new intelligence is NOT innate consciousness; it's a hard-wired intercom to Telescreen Central Control.
If objects like thermostats and toasters DO possess their own innate intelligence, what do they think of this overlaid counterfeit Elon Musk consciousness? Will they rebel?
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