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** UnitedNationsIsASuperpower: The UsefulNotes/UnitedNations are far more powerful than they are in reality, wielding actual power over individual nation-states.



* UnitedNationsIsASuperpower: The UsefulNotes/UnitedNations are far more powerful than they are in reality, wielding actual power over individual nation-states.

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+ NewsTropes

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* TheWhiteHouse: The official headquarters of the [[UsefulNotes/ThePresidents President of the United States]] in UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC.


+ {{Dehumanization}}
+ {{Empowerment}}



+ GenocideTropes



* FinalSolution: Genocide, or the mass murder of entire ethnic/religious communities that are strongly despised by the state.

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* FinalSolution: Genocide, or the mass murder of entire ethnic/religious communities that are strongly despised and persecuted by the state.


+ PoliticalCartoons



** PoliticalCartoons: Satirical print cartoons about contemporary politics and current news events, usually found among newspaper editorials.


** WartimeCartoon: Animated films as wartime propaganda, meant to instill pro-militaristic and nationalistic sentiments against the enemy.

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** WartimeCartoon: Animated films as wartime pro-war propaganda, meant to instill pro-militaristic viewers with militaristic and nationalistic sentiments against the enemy.


* PoliticalCartoons: Satirical print cartoons about contemporary politics and current news events.


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** PoliticalCartoons: Satirical print cartoons about contemporary politics and current news events, usually found among newspaper editorials.
** WartimeCartoon: Animated films as wartime propaganda, meant to instill pro-militaristic and nationalistic sentiments against the enemy.

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+ GenocideTropes


* ApatheticCitizens

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* ApatheticCitizensApatheticCitizens: The average person either knows or cares very little about politics and other important social issues.


* ReluctantRuler

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* ReluctantRulerReluctantRuler: Some monarchs or other government leaders never really had a strong desire to become a big authority figure, because the role was just thrust upon them.

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