posted on Nov, 19 2011 @ 11:00 AM
What I find fishy about this is that they made the Occupy Together
ad for Bloomberg News, ESPN,
CBS Sports and Fox News and others.
On the Occupy the Streets
youtube comments the director responds to a comment saying "This
probably doesn't belong on Fox News. This goes more to MSNBC, Current, etc. We'll keep putting the other one on Fox"
Why is Occupy the Streets more for MSNBC, Current, ect.?
Why is Occupy Together more for Fox, Bloomberg, ect.?
The emotional response of the viewers watching the advertisement and the right/left leanings of the media, that is why.
They are showing the right the individual, the peaceful park where we can all relate to either the individual and/or what they have to say.
They are showing the left the power of the group taking it to the street, people standing in the road to confront the dramatic, even cinematic,
entrance of the scary police force seemingly getting ready to run them over.
This "join the bandwagon" targeted advertising tactic does not sit well with me. It seems a lot like propaganda in a bad way - the kind that is
deceitful and misleading.
Kind of like the MSM, politicians and government do......so lets sit back and watch the "status quo" at work the way it always has been. And always
will if we keep up this good ol' tradition.