The media is known for it's ability to spread knowledge quickly and efficiently to the public. As we all know it has its major flaws for multiple reasons. The general public is well aware that news broadcasting can be extremely bias, and is always careful as to what information they will put out to the people. Therefore, we must be very careful about what we take as truth and fiction.
This image displays a personification of the statue of liberty where she's telling her citizens to "stop asking questions!" The poster is propanda because it makes an attempt to scare Americans from searching for the truth. It is absolutely absurd that we call ourselves the "United States of America," when we are too afraid to let the truth be known to the public in fear that the people will not accept reasoning behind military tactics or governing policies.
Our government system, in which we the people have the power to vote, is solely based on the conception of physiognomy. J.C. Lavater describes in full detail about humans and their inevitable fate to judge all things by face value. A smiling face, clean suit and tie, or a sparkle in the eye, could win the votes of many. However, Latvater explains that no one is at fault, for it is wired into our brains to make first impressions no matter how undesirable it may seem. So then why are we so surprised to see that our officials are hiding valuable truths from us?
In my opinion, it is a work of scadalous genius. Pretend to promote the importance of education, yet make it too expensive for the average joe to afford. It seems as though our government wants its citizens to be brain dead so they can continue to go about their affairs without the hassle of moral questioning.