Intrepid journalist Hank Talbot continues his exposé of the disturbing political agenda behind the zoo world facebook propaganda blitz.
I will be the first to recognise the irony (nay! the naïveté) in the title of my first zoo world post, “good riddance.” It would be good, indeed, to bid this brightly-coloured propaganda mill “adieu” and return to commentary on the latest pulchritudinous pics targeting me, a 27 year old male, on facebook. Alas, the buxom beauties must wait for another day, for I would be remiss to ignore my journalistic duty. As they teach us in J-school: duty before booty.
Does that picture look familiar? It did to me. I couldn’t put my finger on it at first, but after a few sleepless nights of exhaustive archival research I came across the piece of late-nineteenth century propaganda that no doubt inspired this ad. When I compared them side-by-side, it sent chills down my spine:
SUCH FAITHFUL REPRODUCTION CANNOT BE COINCIDENCE!
If the monumental significance of this parallel still eludes you, do not be ashamed. It took me some time to unravel the meaning for myself. My next post will make it all come clear.