This blog is in response to a petition & spam campaign of a few feminists

Some radical feminist groups realized they can advance their own agenda by launching a "No pink aisle, bring back beautiful" social media campaign by claiming The LEGO Group offers no "gender equity" in the new theme "Friends" and its marketing. They created an online petition, then proceeded encouraging their followers to SPAM the LEGO Facebook page with one of TLG's own ads. Laced with false dramatic information, they convinced the petition site to include their "cause" in its membership mailing notice.
This blog sheds light on their omissions, skewed facts & images.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

PBG spam campaign for LEGO Facebook page

LINK:   PBG - encouraging to spam - LEGO Group

Powered by girls (PBG 'aka' Bailey) encourages people to SPAM the LEGO Group Facebook page with the same image over & over again ... pretty lame. 
Especially during Christmas time! 
TLG has open channels, use them:
Your voice is your purchase -- if you don't like it don't buy it -- just don't attach LEGO to some campaign to get attention for your feminist group's agendas.
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First Bailey wants people to "Like" the LEGO page ... then someone points out that might encourage the LEGO execs into thinking loads of people actually 'like' them, so they changed their strategy to: "Don't 'Like' the page just post this picture" (of a copyright LEGO owned ad from 1981) and basically SPAM the page.
Then many feminist group members and other misinformed people stayed to "troll" the page to argue with people presenting facts, even Gary Istok ~ Unofficial AFOL LEGO Historian.  They basically drowned out the truth -- good thing we have this blog!

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