Corporate Front Group Attacks Humane Society
I was one of eight people in the country who didn’t watch the Oscars last night. But apparently there was a slick 30-second TV commercial during the ceremony, smearing and slandering the Humane Society.
It costs roughly $1.7 million to run a thirty-second ad during the Oscars, so this obviously wasn’t the work of some ragtag grass roots organization. It turns out the ad was paid for by the Center for Consumer Freedom.
As we’ve all seen by now, the folksier the name, the deeper the corporate funding. The Center for Consumer Freedom is run by Rick Berman, a PR flack/prostitute for the food industry.
According to the largest food magnates — or maggots, as they’d pronounce it in the south — the Humane Society is a threat to consumer choice, i.e. corporate profits. The Humane Society’s crimes against the Food Syndicate include: protecting dolphins against over-aggressive fishing methods, defending laws that prohibit the slaughter of horses, and pushing for laws that mandate more humane treatment of farm animals.
In other words, time to call in the services of Rick “Will Bend Over For Food” Berman. Previous PR campaigns waged by this spooge-bucket include:
Debunking the “myth” that too much sugar is bad for you;
Trying to brainwash the public into believing that: a) trans-fats are good for enhancing immunity and fighting cancer; and b) soft drinks will increase athletic performance.
Needless to say, he’s also a major player in the “Come on, Fellow Inbreds, you don’t believe in that ‘global warming’ nonsense, do you?” campaign.