Socieites have been indoctrinated with certain beleifs and values, and despite their falsities you cannot change these in one day, or even one week. Media(s) have fed citizens ideas, which the citizens (generally) follow, and it is at the media level the ideas must be changed. People have been following these 'rules' for decades, and if the rules are changed at a social level (first), then there will inevitably be chaos! Films (amongst other mediums) must flood society to change these ideas, and they must flood society for years! For example you cannot expect a person of thirty, forty, or fifty years of age, to suddenly go back on what they have been taught. Thus if we take a person who (in their life) has been following these rules for decades, then it will probably take years (if not decades) to reverse these rules. Future generations will therefore have to continue the legacy, and it may even take that long! It will be less of a problem for them however, because they will have been raised on the ideas in question, and not on the backwards ideas present today. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Incidentally I strongly disagree with falsities that are paraded and propounded by the media/press. All these do is discourage socialism, and encourage individuality, by creating a fear of the stranger and/or a fear of the unknown. Many of these dangers are created from nothing too, so I would like to see them stop. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! If I had the time I would like to look into films from the fifties, because I suspect this is where the alienation of individuals from society began, and I may even do it one day anyway. If we take a step back to look at things we will see that cauc asians ('white people') are a minority in the world, but it is through the everyday work the citizens (almost all grudgingly) do, that they hold the power they do. They have developed (technology and thus) the power to indoctrinate large areas of the world with their ideas, despite the ideas' shortcomings. First there was radio, now there is television, and the list continues (with the advent of the internet). So I would be most interested to see the ideas that were given to populations at the time of the spread of television. No doubt they were individualistic, just as television itself is individualistic (and was no doubt born through individualism). Thus the anti-socialism we see now (through the media, and which has leaked into society) has probably been present since the advent of technology itself.