Meta Mart

You don't have more grace.

This movie is a film that uses meta narrative to talk about the cultural impact and reflection of media in a cultural landscape by mirroring its use in the work as a representation. In it the representative protagonist is tortured by psychiatry practices to make him be considered invalid for his relative cultural identity. It ends up with that spilling into the effects of culture, and creating negative and torturing societal conditions. I am represented in this work, it has been acknowledged since I was a younger child and all through my schooling, and the friendships i made with other people with typecasts, and by general peoples all across vast landscapes of actual areas of populous and as relating across regions, by all those who wouldn't feel like rather being a shunner, that it is my relative position that I am reflected by it, and as such, the work i do in culture as relating media studies is reflective that the treatment of people with practices as relate with media as what is a part of culture and it's representatives, matters for the kind of society and culture as sociological practices and cultural robotics which are made to be considered regular and practice-able relationships for people.

The work of public figures is publically representative but a public figure's life is their personal work. We are not objects. People are not welcome to or allowed to aggrandise or contact or command the use of our identity and subjective personal relating, as a form of socialised engineering. We are not at the liberty for use by other's for objectification. Do not abuse our associates. Do not abuse private citizens. Do not treat public figure's especially in their personal space like publically co-ordinated objects for social commanding of. We are against all those who would abuse others and especially our sanctity and security as depersonalised practical assaults.

Making Munchausens abusing out of my life and self direction as social bullying is degrading and hurtful to all of us.

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