For further reading concerning how violence in films and on the TV affects life and society, I recommend you to read the following 2 (lengthy) articles, as they are quite interesting and provide a good read:
So, I’ve been thinking a lot about movies lately. Specifically about their impact on our lives. I’ve had a few talks in the past with different people about their views on movies, and the views are quite contrasting. I am talking not only about the violence in films, or pornography, or offence, but about it’s effects on our own minds, and our society as a whole.
Obviously this is such an extensive topic, and I can not board it completely throughout this blog post, nonetheless, I will try to address some of the issues that I have been thinking about lately.
Continue reading “Films and their effect on Society.”
OK, so you are walking down the street, and make a brief stop at an ATM to withdraw some cash. On the way out two cops “withdraw” the money from you… That’s injustice.
It did not happen to me, but to a friend of mine, and it infuriates me how this world we live in becomes further more violent every day; no matter the efforts to make things better, society seems to want to deteriorate.
In this city I live in, you can’t trust in those who supposedly defend you, you can’t trust in justice, you can’t trust in the law, as all laws are overriden by those who execute its powers.
Let’s take a stance. No more violence, no more crime, no more envy, no more fighting. Do not empower an idiocracy. Let’s think progress.