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Audi’s Super Bowl spot and eco tyranny

Published 09th February 2010 - 2 comments - 1372 views -

Audi's Super Bowl commercial was seen by more than 100 million people on Sunday in the US. It features a draconian and ruthless "Green Police" arresting citizens for making any choice that isn't environmentally correct. But will it sell cars? If not, what exactly was the point of it? Was it meant to illustrate just how intrusive, petty and tyrannical the eco-chic movement has become? Or was it supposed to be a wake-up call for those who don't see that society is fast moving towards totalitarian conformity? What do you think?

Category: International Action, | Tags: audi, super bowl, football, green police, conformity, eco-chic,



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David Hiss on 09th February 2010:

If you would just wich off your mortal fear of the evil greens that will come and take your life (with biofuled chainsaws or something like that), I think you would actually find this clip quite funny. I had to laugh.

Eamonn Fitzgerald on 09th February 2010:

David, they do scare me, with their zombie-like adherence to their many discredited beliefs, but I was able to forget all that when watching the clip. And I did laugh. But I still don’t know how Audi expects to sell cars with it.

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