I wish fanta was advertised this way. Whenever I see someone drinking Fanta it's fun to let them know of it's origins, and from that let them know about the evils of CocaCola as a company.
Huge Tangent about to follow, about Coporations held in high regard publically that are in actual fact pure evil money grubbing scum.
I think the whole pink ribbon fiasco is one of the most sly techniques to coverup the very fact the sponsoring company responsible for the marketing is a subsidary of another company responsible for the release of environmental pollutants and carcinogens that are very likley to have increased rates of Breast Cancer
Now by adopting the 'helping out' agenda they wipe their hands clean. The biggest shame is that everyone has the best intentions when following this propaganda feel good vibe and only help to cover up the truth with their heartwarming love filled images in support of pink ribbon week.
More research should be made, cuz I may misrepresent some facts, but that is the gist I got. Also the pink ribbon institution as it were favours outdated use of mammograms instead of more effective, less damaging methods, for some kind of vested interest in a mammogram monopoly. To exploit a cancer as marketing is pretty wrong, also a huuuge tangent, im sorry for raping the reply section.
Point is, companies held in high esteem as beacons of good responsible use of capital, can very well be exploitation of the lowest kind.
The Anti-Fanta Club would like to use this in it's submissions, to gain support for the anti-Fanta ad campaign. That is to say, it is against the ad campaign that Fanta's set up on DeviantArt: , not an ad campaign against fanta specifically.
I knew there was something sinister/subliminal behind the Fanta ads. Seriously. Next thing you know there's something behind Pepsi. Of course, the "independent" brands in this country taste like medicine... ):
Also the Coca Cola industry took place in third world countries where they blocked vast areas of the people's drinking water in order to make their products. They also employed third world workers, treated them like shit, then murdered them so they did not tell anyone what they were up to. Not a nice company.
I just read their article it just tries to convince you that Max Keith wasn't a loyal nazi and the fanta division was working without Coca Cola knowing, without proof other than reports that came from Coca Cola
i also heard about that fact at the film the corporation... youre pic is really graet but there is one mistake. in that contend you must say "erfrischend" not "erfrischen". (me of all people must told you that even though my english is so bad )
Heard of that fact in "The Corporation" first time, too Thats so crazy, isnt it - all for profit!! ^^ Great design, man! Really! And Fanta.. well... es schmeckt aber wirklich köstlich, dass muss man sagen !! XDDD
We talked about that sort of thing in Fundamentals of Science the other day. Apparently because the Eugenics programs that the Nazis were using involved certain principals that were held in the US eugenics movement, such as forced sterilization of the "feeble minded", individuals and corporations would support Hitler.