The BBC apologised to viewers after mistakenly showing a graphic from the hit video game 'Halo' in place of the UN Security Council logo.
LOL! ...That is all
The U.N is deploying UNSC forces as we speak, insurgents please remain where you are to be arrested and we might go easy and refrain from sending in the Spartans to kick your ass
think about it for a moment. how the hell did this happen? the UN is reported week in and week out and the emblem is always used. so how did the Halo emblem suddenly appear like this?
MS approves this error.
It's not like the UN care, they don't even give a toss about what's happening in Syria.
Going in Syria, is just not profitable.
Once more powerful leaders are fully on-board, United Government will overthrow Syria as well, don't worry.
What did they do? Lose their stock image of the UN and did a quick google search?
I'm thinking this is EXACTLY what happened.
How does this happen? Did someone google unsc a grab the first logo to appear? Very strange unless it was a practical joke.
I really don't see how this was an accident, subliminal advertising. :P
That's almost as bad as ITV showing Arma 2 footage and making out it was real life footage of the IRA lol.
Lol! That was funny. Kind of reminds me of that scene from the Austin Powers movie where Dr. evil fakes the White House attack.
accident... sureeee. how about just gettingmpeople to get used to the un logo
sloppy?, not really, just misunderstood my friend, the devil is always in the details. Facebook: The Arrivals Youtube: The Arrivals
hahaha thats awesome!
Hmmmm. I wonder how hard it is to work there because I make mistakes almost everyday without pay LOL
It wasnt a mistake, it was intentional. If you understand "symbolism" & then "ancient symbols", the very same ones you see on merchandise of all kinds, the ones organizations use the world over, and various other Governments & Entities, then you start to see, just how Interconnected by Ideas & beliefs the worlds power structures are & have been, working towards commons goals, but hidden in plain sight. Oh but the sheeple....lol, if you only knew sheeple.
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