Perceptive as ever

Advertising is, of course, the only industry dedicated to the promotion of unhappiness, discontent, and ill-feeling. Its activities are premised on the creation of a sense of inadequacy.

Hmm.

According to figures compiled by Nielsen Media Research for The Daily Telegraph, the Central Office of Information, which co-ordinates government advertising, marketing and communications expenditure, has fallen from Britain’s largest advertising spender in 2009 to the fifth biggest in 2010.

Nielsen said the Government has spent £113m on advertising in 2010, down from £227m in 2009, when major campaigns included the ‘Catch It, Bin It, Kill It’ swine flu adverts and the Change4Life anti-obesity campaign.

Twat.

7 thoughts on “Perceptive as ever”

  1. Advertising is, of course, the only industry dedicated to the promotion of unhappiness, discontent, and ill-feeling

    Journalism? Grievance Studies?

  2. Add the Labour Party, Green Party, Extinction Rebellion, the Thunberg Organisation and Ash Sarkar to that list…

  3. Rather strange that the inventor, promoter and beneficiary of the Fair Tax Mark should be so anti-advertising?

    Cvntish fvcking Covid-19-infested fat cvnt.

  4. Worrabout surljaz?

    Shirley, they have no interest in spreading anything but fire, repentance and the sword?

  5. Advertising is, of course, the only industry dedicated to the promotion of unhappiness, discontent, and ill-feeling

    Whut? Other than Charity pleading and Gov threatening, advertisements are all about promotion of happiness and kindness. See Aldi, Asda etc ads now

    Did his parents tell him The Pogles, Bill & Ben, The Herbs, Trumpton… were slaves of capitalism?

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