<body> Public Ad Campaign: "Brandwashing" 80 advertising placards in Brussels as a protest against TTIP / CETA
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Thursday, November 3, 2016

"Brandwashing" 80 advertising placards in Brussels as a protest against TTIP / CETA

Let the global ad infrastructure revert back to a public messaging system and perform its critical role in promoting democratic information sharing!
VIA: UrbanShit

Google Translation -
"In Brussels yesterday, 80 billboard boxes were screened in the public space and the advertising contents were exchanged by posters of 20 Belgian and international artists. With the 'Brand Washing 'protesting the makers behind the action against the planned FTA TTIP and CETA . There is the additional power increase of large global corporations such as McDonalds, Chevron or Texaco fears have referred to the number of artists in their protest designs." More [HERE]

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