Goebbelt and his film company, Mondo Films, have a reputation for churning out anti-communist propaganda posters.
The posters for Goebbel’s film ‘Interviews’ (2015) have a particularly memorable image that has gone on to be a prominent one in social media memes and memes on Twitter and Facebook.
The poster for the movie’s soundtrack features a picture of the dictator and a message reading “I’ll be back!”
This is a quote from Goebbeels speech, which was translated into English by American author and activist James Bamford in 2003.
A translation by the internet search engine Google Trends indicates that the quote was tweeted over a thousand times.
Mondo has denied this and said the quote is a direct quote from a film script.
But Bamford did confirm the quote in a 2013 article in The Intercept, and he has been widely quoted by other critics.
Goebber’s speech has become a popular meme and is often featured in popular movies and TV shows.
Bamford’s tweet about the quote appeared on February 12, 2018, and has been retweeted more than 1,500 times, as of this writing.
The meme also has been featured in the film “Interviews” and has received praise on Twitter for being both original and humorous.
The quote was retweeted by several users on March 1.
But Mondo is not the only Japanese company that has been involved in creating propaganda posters and has a history of promoting it.
On January 27, 2017, Japanese publisher Mondo Books published a propaganda poster for Goibels interview in Japanese, featuring an image of a black and white poster with the words “Goebbel” and “Interview” in large white letters.
The words “This poster was created by Mondo Media” is written on the back of the poster.
The image was posted on Japanese social media sites and in English-language blogs, but the tweet was not taken down.
The same poster was also posted to Twitter on March 9, 2018.
Japanese internet giant Netmarble also has a reputation of promoting propaganda posters by the likes of Mondo, which is known for publishing games and other products.
In 2016, Netmarbles first poster for “Interview: The Interview” was published in Japanese and a few days later it was promoted on Twitter.
Netmarbles poster for another film, “The Interview: Red Dragon,” is also popular in Japan.
The “Red Dragon” poster was released on March 13, 2018 and has over 6,000 retweets, and over 7,000 likes on Instagram.
The following year, NetMarble posted a poster for an upcoming film titled “Red Dog” with a quote attributed to Goebels speech in English, as well as a video that shows a scene from “Interview.”
Netmarbling also has other posters in the “Red-Dog” series.
The first poster, released in January, was titled “Interview with Adolf Hitler” and features a scene of the Hitler family in a car with a yellow sign saying “Gober” and an image taken from “The Truth,” an American documentary about the Nazi Party.
The next poster, titled “The Third Reich,” featured a picture and text of the Nazi leader and a quote of Goebbs speech.
“Goerbs” was a name Goebbes son.
The final poster, dubbed “Interview of the Third Reich” (the poster was made by Mondo Films), featured the image of the same Hitler family with the quote attributed by Goebbers speech, and featured an image from “Red Dope.”
The posters have a tendency to appear in popular social media, and it is not uncommon to see them on popular anime, manga, video games, and other merchandise.
Japanese Internet company Mondo recently announced it was changing its advertising strategy and would be focusing on social media and YouTube ads.
In addition, Mondos recent ads on Facebook were removed.
Mondofl is not alone in its propaganda posters promoting Goebbles interview, as a number of other Japanese internet companies have promoted the films content on their sites, including Japanese gaming giant Bandai Namco and the company that produced the anime series “Dragon Ball Z.”
Mondo and MondoBooks have also been involved with making propaganda posters to promote other film and television shows, such as “Gattai: The Rise of the World’s Greatest Heroes” and the upcoming anime adaptation of the bestselling book “The Last Man on Earth.”
The company has also released a propaganda video for “The Rise of The World’s Most Amazing Women.”
Mondotopia, a company that distributes Mondo books and other popular Japanese books online, has also been a leader in promoting Gober’s quote in the past, releasing posters for many of Gobers books. M