What do you think they are trying to do? Is Unilever's marketing department tying to tell us in a roundabout was that the end of the world is nigh,
or do you think they are trying to say that the company is helping change the world for the good.
I think it's the latter. Do you think they want people to associate Unilever with positive change? I think so.
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