|Black supremacy and anti-white racism in advertising/T.V. programming.|
Posted by: LateForLunch ® |
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It's impossible to ignore the blatant increase in black supremacism/anti-white racism in both advertising and T.V. programming and film.
One need only watch any channel of broadcast or cable T.V. for a few minutes to see examples. More often than not, if there are characters informing, correcting, mocking, insulting, abusing whites or other non-blacks, it's a black one.
Apparently, others have noticed this, and someone may have objected. In one especially blatant example a commercial for some product (I can't remember what) showed a Caucasian female having great difficulty boosting herself into a saddle of a horse. Two other females already in the saddle are watching the girl struggle. Instead of trying to help, the camera goes to the black doing a subtle "mean girls" eye roll, subtly insulting the white girl.
First of all, it is going to be almost impossible to find any black female doing dressage or English-style horse competitions (wearing the knee-high riding boots, jodhpurs, helmet) since blacks are generally terrified of horses (as the stereotype goes). Second, competitive horse-riders are generally helpful to each other, so it is odd that any rider would not assist another having trouble getting into a saddle. The black rider's eye-roll implies that the Caucasian female is somehow dumb or stupid.
I noticed this commercial running for a couple of weeks, then a change...the sponsors edited it to remove the eye-rolling black rider - apparently someone noticed the incipient anti-white racism in the commercial and the company removed it.
There are so many examples of this every minute of every day that it reinforces the idea that Madison Avenue /advertising and many companies are in cahoots to continue to display anti-white racism in many aspects. Same goes for T.V. programming and feature film production.
In all of the above, anti-white racism is becoming the norm. Making non-whites (especially blacks) appear to be smarter, more-moral, more-prosperous, more-capable, more law-abiding than whites, is widely pervasive.
Nice to see that at least one advertiser chose (either from pressure or voluntarily) to remove their own black supremacist content from an advertisement.
Modified by LateForLunch at Thu, Mar 17, 2022, 04:26:24
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