Why Hitler and Hannity refer to People as Rats

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Svengali The person who exercises a controlling or mesmeric influence on another, especially for a sinister purpose.
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Why Hitler and Hannity refer to People as Rats
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”Why poor and middle class republicans vote against their own interests:

“If you can convince the lowest white man he’s better than the best colored man, he won’t notice you’re picking his pocket.

Hell, give him someone to look down on and he’ll empty his pockets for you.” Lyndon Johnson

Looking at the propaganda of the time they were compared to rats/parasites.- so that Germany had to ‘clean’ out the vermin ie sets up extermination. Look up Joseph Goebbels who was the propaganda minister. The “big lie” – telling people over and over again that the Jews were internal enemies of germany, had to be cleansed of them, etc. Some sources from the time maybe to look at: “The Jewish World Plague” Herman Esser and the film “The Eternal Jew” –> this is probably the most stark example of the rat thing. Supposodly so bad ppl ran out of theatres when it was originally shown.
1 Early life
         2 Activities in Australia and New Zealand
                  2.1 Political activities in Australia
         3 Activities in the United Kingdom
                  3.1 Business activities in the United Kingdom
Political activities in the United States[edit]
McNight (2010) identifies four characteristics of his media operations: free market ideology; unified positions on matters of public policy; global editorial meetings; and opposition to a perceived liberal bias in other public media.
                  3.2 Political activities in United Kingdom
         4 News International phone hacking scandal
         5 Activities in the United States
                  5.1 Political activities in the United States
         6 Activities in Europe
         7 Activities in Asia
         8 Personal life
                  8.1 Marriages
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         9 Portrayal on television, in film, books and music
         10 Influence, wealth and reputation
         11 See also
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Media bias is the bias or perceived bias of journalists and news producers within the mass media in the selection of events and stories that are reported and how they are covered. The term “media bias” implies a pervasive or widespread bias contravening the standards of journalism, rather than the perspective of an individual journalist or article. The direction and degree of media bias in various countries is widely disputed.

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offend against the prohibition or order of (a law, treaty, or code of conduct): he contravened the Official Secrets Act.
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1 Types of bias
2 Scholarly treatment of media bias in the United States and United Kingdom
3 Experimenter’s bias
4 Tools for measuring and evaluating media bias
5 Efforts to correct bias
6 History of bias in the mass media
7 Role of language
8 National and ethnic viewpoint
9 Anglophone bias in the world media
10 Religious bias
11 Other influences
12 See also
13 References
14 Further reading
15 External links