Saturday, January 10, 2015

Beware of the Dog

"To cause a persuasive movement in any large body of influence, i.e., a mass of people, through means by which a lesser influence is utilized.

From the phrase, 'It's the tail that wags the dog.' This can be seen when a dog begins to wag it's tail, and it's body then follows.
in partisan politics, an unpopular party will wag the dog using a variety of provocative political manoeverings and machinations to undermine the public favour from the popular party, out of which a momentum can be borne."

1 comment:

Penny said...

the media is a reflection of some sort of distorted reality- but does not reflect what is truly going on.

the media is the progenitor of the state of idiocy the human race is suffering through