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Should you have to hide the real you to be accepted?
Advertising Agency: imagine, Amsterdam
Source: Ads of the World
07:00 AM in Cause-Related Advertising and Fundraising, Print Advertising | Permalink
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Yeah, according to their statistics, north african or "asian" immigrants are attacking gays, and committing the majority of rapes there. Naturally, the people pointing this to other people must be racist.
Time for a new ad campaign to reinforce the conditioning.
If the average dutch gomer stops being afraid of being branded with the scarlet "R", democracy might just occur. And that would never do.
27 August 2009 at 10:52 PM
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