Websites that allow users to display unfiltered footage and other content are extremely harmful to society.
They permit videos, possibly regarding discrimination and pornography as well as profuse other inappropriate topics to be liberally posted and viewed by the general public.
Moreover, they influence many people’s actions and speech by showing other “cool” people doing the immoral things and sometimes describe the actions as comical and even give false evidence.
This is obviously a form of Internet vandalism, using the web for propaganda and exploiting the gullibleness of others.
Some pages include people despise a certain person as well as videos lampooning innocent humans.
Politics have been greatly effected by these documents because politicians now want to triumph in popularity contests instead of taking righteous action. Further, everything a renowned politician does and says is captured and put up for ridiculing coercing some, likely Alberto Gonzales to resign. Numerous attack ads are on Youtube, some with entirely false information to back up claims.
A different form of vandalism is television.
Many murderers derive the will to commit crime from violent TV shows that encourage slaughter.
Cursing also originates in children’s mouths from the TV.
These programs also show people who are role models of many. Ruthlessly disputing carries on from sports. Crude jokes come from comedy cartoon shows such as The Simpsons and Family Guy. Striving endlessly for high popularity using clothing, drugs and rude remarks come from teen reality TV shows. Some children believe that fictonal cartoons are real and possible, Spiderman carries onto jumping around the house and even off of high platforms. Also, instead of discussing significant scholarly subjects, people converse about what happened last night on a series.
Marketing for uncommendable items such as Mcdonalds happy meals comes from such movies as Shrek.
Bankrupting dollars are spent on the childish toys based on shows.
The media thrives on both of these planets, asking questions that provoke answers such as “We all suck” and “Next question, ’cuz that was stupid”.
Specifically, a Sportsnet segment dubbed Smart Money seduces thinking that betting is “Smart Money”.
Names including Britney Spears, Barry Bonds, Homer Simpson, Montgomery Burns, 50 cent, My Chemical Romance and Peter Parker among others do not stir up fond memories. \
On the other hand, there are educational shows such as Daily Planet and there are many videos promoting environmental-friendliness on Youtube. Unwicked singers include Errol Lee and Bono.
All in all, do not stray away from the “good things” mentioned above but occasional visits to Youtube and the TV may be beneficial.