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Posted 8/17/13




The picture is causing controversy in social networks

* The first image refers to the pedophilia in the Vatican
* The second image relates to child abuse in the Tourism Authority of Thailand
* The third image refers to the war in the country of Syria.
* The fourth image refers to the traffic of organs in the black market where the first victims are the children of the poorest countries.
* The fifth image refers to free weapons in the United States
* And finally the sixth image relates to obesity that have caused major fast food companies in children.
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Very powerful.

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Posted 8/17/13
Obesity is not caused by fast food companies. Thats the biggest pile of shit ever invented for bad parents to shift the blame...
Posted 8/17/13
I only NAILED the sixth one.
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Fast food companies target children/families. That parents have responsibility for their children doesn't mean that others don't have.
Posted 8/17/13 , edited 8/17/13
Lol of course Jesus made all these people do what they did...I hope my sarcasm is obvious. Meh an actual response to this would be a waste of me time.
Posted 8/17/13
all though i'm not a firm believer in Jesus christ, these are pretty powerful.

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The fast food company one is bullshit. If you don't want to get fat. Don't eat there everyday for every single fucking meal. We Americans are too quick to blame our problems on other shit. Like slipping on ice in front of a building and breaking our stupid asshole then suing the place for 400 trillion dollars. When everyone including you knows you're just a stupid asshole. Like the fattest woman in the world. She blames weighing literally almost a ton on having a "bad metabolism" yet she sits there right after eating 16 burritos and 3 cakes.
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Posted 8/17/13
All are forced unto examples except #6.

Targeted advertising =/= forced. If the kid is obese, the main person(s) to blame are the parents. No one is forcing the kids to eat at a fast food place except the parents and the kid. No one is forcing the kid to live a sedentary life except the parents and the kid. Stop trying to blame others, when the only ones to blame is the kid and the parents.
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You know whats really controversial... the parents that were willing to have those kids pose, or even forcing those kids to do those poses and making the pictures public.
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I agree those images are very powerful and do a good job in getting a message across. I guess this also proves just how powerful the image of jesus getting crucified is too!
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Posted 8/17/13
If you too much fast food, you will get obesity.
Posted 8/17/13

Oldthrashbar wrote:

The fast food company one is bullshit. If you don't want to get fat. Don't eat there everyday for every single fucking meal. We Americans are too quick to blame our problems on other shit. Like slipping on ice in front of a building and breaking our stupid asshole then suing the place for 400 trillion dollars. When everyone including you knows you're just a stupid asshole. Like the fattest woman in the world. She blames weighing literally almost a ton on having a "bad metabolism" yet she sits there right after eating 16 burritos and 3 cakes.


LM FAO.. you sir hit the nail on the coffin.
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Posted 8/17/13 , edited 8/17/13
I really don't think it's that powerful of an image. After all I had to read the description under the image to actually get what the heck most of them were about.
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westnyorai wrote:

I really don't think it's that powerful of an image. After all I had to read the description under the image to actually get what the heck most of them were about. :unsure:


Agreed. I did figure out the last one easy enough but I don't agree with the last one anyway so it makes no difference.
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Posted 8/17/13
I like it, these are the crosses which children bear in the modern era.

As for the people having a cow about the fast food one, sorry but you're wrong. Despite making a good point about individual choices -- that argument doesn't shift any blame onto the child. It still sits squarely on those responsible for feeding the child. Thus it remains their cross to bear, as it's not a choice they've elected, but one forced on them.
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