Long, super-heavyweight freight trains’ coaches are connected by simple hooks:
To some speakers and writers according to Historians.org, “propaganda is an instrument of the devil. They look on the propagandist as a person who is deliberately trying to hoodwink us, who uses half-truths, lies, suppresses, conceals, and distorts the facts. According to this idea of the word, the propagandist plays us for suckers. Others think especially of techniques, of slogans, catchwords, and other devices, when they talk about propaganda” (Does this ring a bell?)
In World War Two, the infamous Joseph Goebbels had convinced the Führer by saying “It would not be impossible to prove with sufficient repetition and a psychological understanding of the people concerned that a square is in fact a circle. They are mere words, and words can be moulded until they clothe ideas and disguise.”
Do you know that designs as seen anywhere nowadays can be political too; thus serve its functions in propagating specific ideologies, meanings and missions of organisations. Snap your fingers now, oh yes we’ve been carrying those tools (propaganda, symbols and logos) as the agents of trend-setters and shape mass opinions.