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abolish human abortion viral awareness campaign

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Rob_BW, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. Rob_BW

    Rob_BW Well-Known Member
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    So, a week or so ago a number of fake dollar bills began showing up in cities across America.


    The imagery within these bills was a conspiracy theorists dream, and a number of people across various websites began the task of identifying all of the minutiae. The amount of symbolism put into the bills was substantial.

    Personally, I am not a redditor, and saw a thread on these bills on a hobby/politics forum I post on. I killed some time, looking at how the clues on the bills were deciphered. The Guernica painting in the background, the word Babylon in cuniform, the initials of our Supreme Court justices, & etc.

    Then, a website with a countdown timer appeared: http://badselfeater.com/

    And a Facebook account for the creator of the bills popped up: https://www.facebook.com/ThankMrTeeth/

    With all of the mystery, people were assuming that it was all either a viral marketing campaign, or an alternate reality game (ARG).

    But as it turns out, it was all an elaborate awareness for a group called Abolish Human Abortion. After the counter wound down it led to a video (caution: graphic content ), and this was a project put on by the group Abolish Human Abortion, a Christian organization. The takeaway message that they are promoting is that while people put so much effort into finding the hidden evils in the world with conspiracies in this world, from their point of view even greater atrocities are happening every day. While definitely a divisive issue among many people, one thing is certain is how passionate these members are in their beliefs.