Why are Americans so disliked? If you ask what they are guilty of, you will hear typical answers like they dictate their will to the whole world' they waged war in Vietnam and bombed Iraq and Yugoslavia, and that they poke their nose everywhere. Other people say that Americans export their lifestyle: the psychology of consumption, money worship, non-spirituality, and so on. The examples include bubble gum, McDonald’s, and Coca-Cola. Speaking of Coca-Cola, the Muslim world started to fight the USA, and the central object of their military actions is Coca-Cola, which is the symbol of American.
Islam.Ru news agency reported that the Iranian variant of Coke, which is called Zamzam Cola, is very popular in Quatar and Bahrain. As a spokesman for the company Zamzam stated, the results surpassed all expectations. The demand for this beverage is huge, and the management of the company had to increase production of the cola.
The Iranian variant of the world-known American beverage is ousting its competitor from the market, taking account of the fact that Iranians connect the latter with the USA and Israel. The name comes from the Zam-zam Spring, which is known to all Muslims: it is situated in Holy Mecca.
If you bottle the volume of Coca-Cola production that was manufactured over 100 years, then the line of bottles would orbit the Earth 4334 times. Such a chain of bottles could reach the Moon and come back to the Earth 1045 times. Each human being that lives on the planet would receive 767 bottles of Coke. People drink 8000 glasses of Coke every second.
The huge logo of the company in Atlanta consists of 1407 common lamps and 1906 neon lamps. The sign is nine meters high, eight meters wide, and it weighs 12.5 tons. The biggest Coke sign is located in the town of Arika, Chile: 122 meters wide and 40 meters high. In 1989, Coca-Cola was the first foreign company that placed its advertising on the Pushkinskaya Square in Moscow. The two biggest consumers of this American soft drink are Mexico and Iceland.
Dmitry Litvinovich PRAVDA.Ru
Translated by Dmitry Sudakov
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