Burson-Marsteller - PR for evil: Burson-Marsteller is spin-doctoring for Muhammed Yunus, and as MSNBC television social critic Rachel Maddow has observed, "When Evil needs public relations, Evil has Burson-Marsteller on speed-dial. B-M did PR for Three Mile Island's nuclear operator after its meltdown, the U.S. tobacco industry (to organize the 'National Smoker's Alliance'), the Argentine military dictatorship which killed 35,000, the Indonesian regime which committed massacres in East Timor, Nigeria's military, Union Carbide against residents of Bhopal, the late Romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu and the Saudi royal family.
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