The irony here is legendary.
A YouTube video by Visit Brussels went viral earlier this year. The video and its description say, “After Brussels was linked to terror plots, the international media portrayed the city as a warzone. visit.brussels wants to change this perception with an honest answer. We gave people in Brussels the opportunity to tell how life really is in the city.”
In the video, Brussels residents answer a public telephone where people from anywhere in the world could call and ask how the city is doing.
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The first caller shown in the video takes the irony to another level.
“Did you see some people who are fighting with guns or bombs?” a man asks.
“Nooo,” a woman on the other end says before laughing.
It ends with a series of residents encouraging callers to visit Brussels. How ironic would it be if anyone influenced by this propaganda headed to city expecting anything but the chaos the Visit Brussels video tried to distance itself from.
There's already been a parody of the ad created by CounterCurrentsTV. The parody takes the original ad and completely flips it on its head with the events from the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels.
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