Images by Lorena
KillerCoke in India, By Carlos Latuff
KillerCoke in Colombia, By Carlos Latuff
Paintings by Zak Parsons
Ronald McCroak and the Cadavers, "F**k the Defamation, A song about abuses by Coke and McDonalds, from Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
Listen to "F**k the Defamation"
"We value children so much in our lives and yet we allow them to become addicted to products that ultimately cause them the greatest harm. We abhor people in society who exploit and harm children, and yet, we allow companies to constantly advertise products that are unhealthy and which lead to life threatening conditions. McDonalds, Coca-Cola, et al and child exploiters prey on children in similar fashion. With manipulation, coercion, untruths and outright lies. And if child exploiters had the type of public relations budgets of McDonalds and Coke, there wouldn't be a convicted child exploiter in jail."
Ronald wrote us: "It's very confrontational with some swear words but it's all in context."
Read the lyrics to the song
David Rovics, Coke is the Drink of the Death Squads
Click here or below.
Interactive Media about Killer Coke, by Varinthorn (Kay) Christopher
"Help! Evil Cokes are hiding in my kitchen. Find any one of them & drag the can out of my kitchen to see why drinking Coke is not cool."
Find the Coke Can
Image donated by Carlostroll
"This is a picture that a student at Marquette University High School made for our campaign (The campaign at MUHS)."
Business Week, Posters and Art from Online Slide Show
Art Against Killer Coke, from Italy
The ACTivist magazine, "Minimum Security," By Stephanie McMillan
Party People (UK), "Don't Drink Coke," Hear song on Indymedia
Read Lyrics of "Don't Drink Coke"
Party People (UK) released a drum and bass tune celebrating the injustices and idiocies surrounding Coca-Cola's practices in Colombia and around the world.
Arte Contro la Killer Cola, Click on graphic
Arte Contro la Killer-Cola
Ampersand by Barry Deutsch
Poems by Dan North from the UK
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