Do not air your war game show 'Stars Earn Stripes'!
  • Petitioned Chairman of NBC Entertainment, Robert Greenblatt

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Chairman of NBC Entertainment, Robert Greenblatt

Do not air your war game show 'Stars Earn Stripes'!

    1. DANIEL CATHEY
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      DANIEL CATHEY

      Davis, CA

War is not glorious, entertaining, and should not be profitable. NBC's actions are tantamount to a psychological operation which aims to sustain a lie. This "show" is a blatant attempt to co-opt individuals into war, or supporting war, by entertaining them with an illusory picture of what war is like.

It is important to fight back against a media that attempts to force conditioned apathy upon the citizenry it is supposed to serve.

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    • daniel j. hersh DAVIDSVILLE, PA
      • about 2 years ago

      War is hell.

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    • Gary Salter NORTH VANCOUVER DISTRICT, CANADA
      • about 2 years ago

      We need less pro-war fashist shows and more shows on building up society, shows about engineering, the sciences, such as the breakthroughs in nanotechnology and biotechnology such as the work being done by th Mprize and the SENS foundations (headed up by Aubrey de Grey, both foundations are funding researchers at universities who are discovering the new sciences/technologies that will regenerate organs, renew our bodies, controlling and eventually reversing aging......not blowing up the freaking world!!!

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    • Jessica Buckles ARLINGTON, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      War is the display of the absolute worst aspects of humanity. Too often are the casualties of war innocent men, women, and children. I believe countries have the right to defend themselves and must be prepared to do so, but the glorification of war is sending the wrong message to viewers. War is not fun, it is not full of celebrities, and it is NOT a game.

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