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Frame Game Radio (❤️)
1. A powerful frame associates the message embedded in it with a vivid image. For this reason, I prefer the term "bonfire" to "censorship".
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @FrameGames
2. Consider "Holocaust." Before WW2, holocaust had only one meaning: HUGE FIRE. Now, that's just a vivid image embedded in a co-opted word.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @FrameGames
3. It's instructive to see how hard Jewish lobbies have fought to PROTECT THAT WORD. To avoid comparisons or other usages unless authorized.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @ebolamericana
For the record, I'm not saying don't say "censorship". I'm saying that "book-burning" is a powerful image. Best would be to associate them.
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LoneWanderer 🏛️♔ Sep 2
sure, they want to be around them, not in them
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LoneWanderer 🏛️♔ Sep 2
yeah, but framing censorship as setting people's thoughts on fire.... it's vivid too
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LoneWanderer 🏛️♔ Sep 2
give a new meaning to "You've been burned"
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @FrameGames
4. Enter today's thread: THE LENGTHS institutions go to protect their frames, Because frame sets the narrative that becomes public opinion.
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LoneWanderer 🏛️♔ Sep 2
doesn't sound too good, needs to be catchy and simple.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @FrameGames
5. Yesterday, I reviewed how MSM is forced by the AP stylebook to FRAME the AltRight as racist by definition.
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LoneWanderer 🏛️♔ Sep 2
hah, well there's always the big H word, but that might be too much
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @FrameGames
6. It's actually much worse than that. Here is the AP stylebook's update on framing the AltRight after Charlottesville.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @ebolamericana
EXACTLY. The fact that bonfires are fun makes referring to it ENJOYABLE to our troops and increases solidarity. RFR 101 dude. THINK BIGGER.
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Frame Game Radio (❤️) Sep 2
Replying to @ebolamericana
"Come and join the Bonfire" is a much more social and attractive frame for people who have been censored than "You're on a censored list."
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