The Kyoto Observer was coming down a flight of stairs, with 665 other commuters, at Osaka Station, a couple of days ago, and noticed this bold new ad right above us, starring Japanese pop idol, Namie Amuro.
The Bank for International Settlements-capped world says plant food is evil but wants us consuming excitotoxins like aspartame-flavored Coke Zero, from which we happy consumers will derive “wild health”.
Argument from authority is a deceptive way to control our minds and coerce us into making foolish decisions. When we turn on our televisions, read a newspaper, go to school, go online, the BIS-headed world invites us to buy lie after lie.
Plant food must be taxed to save the world but the islands of non-biodegradable plastic in our oceans get bigger and bigger.