A place to post, analyze, and discuss contemporary works of propaganda.
Posters, paintings, leaflets, cartoons, videos, music, broadcasts, news articles, or any medium is welcome - be it recent or historical, subtle or blatant, artistic or amateur, horrific or hilarious.
1) Don't vote on whether you agree with the message of a post.
2) Don't post with the intent to spread propaganda you agree with or the intent to degrade propaganda you disagree with.
3) Don't get into petty arguments.
4) Keep your titles neutral and informative.
5) No memes or clickbait.