Oct. 23, 2012
-- A controversial article published in popular online magazine Journalistic Thieves questioning the effectiveness of current policies in preventing the growing obesity problem in Australia has left Founder and writer Evan Sutter in hot water.
Sutter raised eye brows and created a storm of publicity when he pushed for the extremely contoversial RSF (responsible service of food) officer to patrol fast food outlets and cut down the cost obesity and related deseases have on the Australian economy.
The RSF officer, a spin off of the successful RSA (responsible service of alcohol) officer which patrols the countrys hotels and clubs is so controversial that many groups have personally attacked the entrepreneur Sutter who is the Journalistic Thieves and Resonate Creative founder.
But Sutter has found some support from many corners including that of opposition leader Tony Abbott with his hard hitting obesity ideas potentially creating a much needed fix to what is becoming a a very big problem for the Australian Government.
You can join the debate by reading the full article at http://journalisticthieves.com/?page_id=70