Congratulations, go out to Alissa for showing the American public, the kind of people that Budweiser uses to brainwash its consumers to what Adolphus Busch himself called “dot schlop.” Yes, its true, the original makers of Budweiser, wouldn't drink their own beer (crap). Yet from the very inception of Budweiser beer, Anheuser advertised Budweiser as, the best thing you can drink, if you want to enjoy your life.
"Our beer is fun! Drink a lot of it!" The not so subtle idea is, that the more you get drunk, that the more fun life is. Budweiser has consistently aimed this concept directly at youthful males, which of course, has now become their main source of sales.
Anheuser CEO Brendan Whitworth said “We never intended to be part of a discussion that divides people, we are in the business of bringing people together over a beer." So, is this true? Is Anheuser mostly concerned with bringing people together? I think not. Their goal is to sell that "schlop" to as many unsuspecting people as they possibly can. It's called brainwashing. Anheuser is making billions of dollars. They do this by brainwashing people into thinking that drinking beer is fun and gosh, it really taste good. Budweiser commercials show young people at a party, a beach, a nightclub, a football game, all guzzling their wonderful beer, which makes everything just perfect. A 'subliminal post hypnotic suggestion' disguised as a commercial. Just once, I would like Budweiser to show a true depiction of drunks at a party, stumbling around, slurring their words, the young men drunkenly convinced, all the girls now want to fuck them, vomiting and pissing themselves, prior to fighting anyone for no reason at all, because now they are drunk and have lost all concept of their real selves, simply because their brains have been poisoned and the brain has shut down and the person is no longer their true self. Welcome to the wonderful world of Budweiser!
As a Veteran with three years experience in combat, I find this propaganda is an insult to all those men and women that have given their lives, the utmost sacrifice, for their country. This is the lowest form of brainwashing through association. Budweiser thinks by donating tax write-off money to a non profit is respecting Veterans.
Looking at the Budweiser "Folds of Honor" site, we discover the site is really about Budweiser, not veterans. By donating money to this company, the people will believe that Budweiser is helping Veterans.
One only has to look at this page to see through the veil of a cleverly crafted advertisement.