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Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 15-11-2010 20:11 | Category: Human rights



Reporters Without Borders: Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

This campaign comes from the category ‘simple and superb’. What a great way to express (lack of) freedom of speech.
These ads are from Reporters Without Borders.

“Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen.”
“Help us to free imprisoned journalists. Make a donation on rsf.org.”


Reporters Without Borders: Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

Reporters Without Borders: Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

Reporters Without Borders: Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen


Advertiser:
Reporters Without Borders
Agency:
Publicis, Belgium




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Comments about Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

Uh…No thanks. Journalists and the media alike are scum of the earth. They’re just a bunch of idiots writing shit in their news outlets to try and stir the public into some sort of forced control by using fear and irrationalities. No donation coming from my end.

Posted by Calvin | 16-11-2010 19:11

Comments about Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

wow Calvin,

you must be pretty content with taking non-jounalist’s accounts as fact regardless of their interests.

Posted by Andres | 16-11-2010 19:33

Comments about Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

also,

this ad campaign is simple and great. i’ll make a donation on Calvin’s behalf.

Posted by Andres | 16-11-2010 19:35

Comments about Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

They chew on them?  I guess I could get behind anti-Cannibalism…

Posted by Rob | 16-11-2010 23:18

Comments about Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen

Why countries? Shouldn’t it be governments instead?

Posted by Kizz Lugo | 18-11-2010 16:54



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