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Message Subject Illuminati, Israeli Mossad, and Diageo are behind "protests" in Brazil (Operation "O Gigante Acorda")
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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This idea is fucking dumb as hell. But since this is a conspiray site, its worth disussing anyway.

The point of "the next step" ought to be in the name of the brand, "Johnny WALKER".

It's a clever ad for an alcoholic drink. Or are you suggesting that somehow people went out to the streets because of this ad?

The #oGiganteAcordou hashtag might have been reused, but it is also a nicely phrased idea that can just be catchy.

They might be looking to create protests, sure, but this is not evidence or even a proper indication. You need something more substantial, sorry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41848533

You are CLEARLY a paid Mossad shill, but since I have nothing better to do, it's worth disussing anyway.

There is NO FUCKING WAY that the "it's time for the next step" ad was just a "coincidence"

The TIMING was perfect... The ad appeared less than two months before the start of the Confederations Cup, and many people felt "strange" about this ad

and then, "Brazil rises in flames", just like Mossad did in Egypt, Libya, Syria, and more recently, Turkey

and, guess what, the hashtag used to organize the protests is borrowed from the 2011 ad, "o gigante acordou"

the Mossad hand behind the protests, in the operational level, is very clear

in a higher level, this is an Illuminati - Powers That Be - Bilderberg - or whatever you call it - conspiracy

the ultimate goal is not clear yet... but looks to be something big...

They are preparing something big for Brazil...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30317398

I am neither a shill, nor paid, not remotely sympathetic to Zionizm. So keep your silly Ad Hominem attacks to yourself, please.

I offered my opinion, wich should tell you you are not convincing. Yes, it is an interesting occurence, but without any PROOF, logical conclusions or explicitly showing connections other than "happened within 2 months time" wich is ridicilous in and of itself.

I do respect Lula's reported reforms, although there is no good info, only regime info/propaganda, outside of Brasil.

Its not so hard to start a protest, all you need is stupid police brutality. So you can blame the police more than the ad creators.

Now, put up, or GROW UP!
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