Vintage Propaganda for Today’s Truths (No. 2)

If you want go directly to the Propaganda Poster Click here

Propaganda can be very effective when trying to instruct and motivate a population to achieve your goals. Propaganda as art typically caricatures an opponent in a simple, evil manner, exaggerating their features and focusing on a potential danger they posewritten or spoken propaganda casts everything the opponent does in a negative, threatening light. Those working to stop the opponent are portrayed as patriotic, hard-working and heroic, motivated to sacrifice and work until the opponent is defeated.

Propaganda has always been with us and continues today, whether subtly included in Advertising and Marketing, revealed as electronic Censorship by Government and Social Media, or incorporated into memes, text messages, and “News” by the Liberal Press and anyone trying to advance an agenda.

And I thought: What if World War II and Cold War Propaganda posters were reimagined for today’s topics? What would they look like?

Presenting the Second in a Series of
Vintage 2024 Election Season Propaganda Posters

“Knock The ‘BUY’ Out of Biden”Knock the "Buy" out of Biden!
(click here to see the original 1940 WWII Poster)

During his 2020 campaign and presidency Biden promised to forgive Federal Student Loans, expand Student Loan Grants, make Community Colleges free, increase funding for schools, extend COVID Subsidies, invest $2,000,000,000,000 (that’s 2 TRILLION dollars!) to destroy fossil fuels, increase the minimum wage, expand resources for “legal” immigrants, and not only increase the Child Tax Credit (CTC) for taxpayers by 50% but turn it into welfare by paying it to people who don’t pay taxes… with almost all of it paid for using taxpayer money from the Top 50% of America’s wage earners. One can only wonder how many students, parents, immigrants, low-level employees, and others will vote for him in 2024 as a result.

Background: My poster was modified from one created and published by the General Motors Corporation during 1940, with the original poster showing a GMC 212 Ton 6×6 Truck (“deuce and a half”) colliding with a certain German Leader and knocking him on his rear end. (Note my version is claimed as a Derivative Work, please see my Legal Notice regarding Copyright and Use.)

Thanks for Reading!

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