A few years ago while watching one of the federal channels I witnessed something so surrealistic I could not believe was real. As a weather forecast host presented ordinary weather info, she referred to certain weather conditions as "perfect for bombing" mentioning a relevant at the time military conflict.
It shocked me, but also made me think how shock works best in unknown situations. In cases of propaganda shock is a temporary reaction. Therefore, through time, ubiquitous images of horror eventually stop causing moral resistance. This is especially wrong when it comes to the opinion popularisation of a huge television audience.