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Unformatted text preview: The soldier appears to be one that views his civil duty above mortality and understanding for other people. That is what war does to people it separates them from their very roots and uses them against them one another for purposes that are neither understood fully by the people or the militants. A classic depiction of American’s involvement in the war in the Middle east and there distance from the situation. They are neither physically involved with it, nor do they truly understand the situation to parse sides. The image has some symbolic references made to vague terms that play an important part in everyone’s conception of the situation. Specifically how these terms are molded to the favor of those in power or stronger to suppress those incapable. Essentially, terms such as Jihad become synonymous with terrorism when the Qur’an in no way provokes such actions. The monster that seems semi- missile/flag represents America’s view of the Middle East as the inhumane centerfold of terrorism and violence. One that only purpose is to end the world with nuclear warfare and torture the people (Jews) who inhumane centerfold of terrorism and violence....
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- Spring '10
- World War II, inhumane centerfold