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Essay On Influence Of Media

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Television, video games, magazines, and all other media can have both a beneficial or unrewarding effect on life. The media can influence how people see others as human being and how much violence a person can have. Students should beware of the influence of media because the gate way to your mind is what you see or hear it can be negative or positive. Unfortunately Adolf Hitler’s mind was filled with negative thoughts.
Be cautious of media because it indoctrinates people in a negative way just like Germans viewed Hitler as a good- hearted, loyal, and trustworthy man but in reality he was an evil, manipulative, and power craved man. “The things I saw beggar description... the visual evidence and the verbal testimony of starvation, cruelty, bestially were… overpowering...” says General Dwight Eisenhower. (4) The concentration camps in Germany were inhumane, filthy, and horrible that the Jews and other non- Aryans were dead because of disease, torture, experiments, and gas chambers. “Hitler gave speech… stated that unemployed, rampant inflation, hunger, and economic stagnation in postwar Germany… total revolution… if communist and Jews were driven from the nation.” (1) Hitler blamed all of Germany’s problems on the Jews who had worked for everything and had money. He thought Aryans “master race” should run out Jews and communist. German people saw Hitler as a God and Jews as the devil because of how Hitler manipulated them and the violence towards them.
Beware of the media because it can influence violence. Hitler was influence by leaders of his time to bring violence towards Jews and other “inferior” races. He then taught what he learned to the Nazi party and enslaved and destroy Jews and others. “Lueger promoted anti-Semitism…...

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...ny despised them because they were manipulated by Hitler and the media. Even though they thought the Jews were an inferior race and they were superior, they were not as superior as they seem.

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