Monday, July 31, 2017

‘Sick sick sick’ racist Procter & Gamble ad crosses every line! If you are white, brace yourself before watching

Via Billy

This might be the most racist commercial any company has ever produced.

A more than two-minute video produced by Procter & Gamble, the company that manufactures Cascade, Febreze, Mr. Clean, Tide, Swiffer, Downy and a plethora of products, shows various scenes of black parents talking with their children about racism.

The ad, titled “The Talk,” shows scenes of black parents, spanning generations, telling their kids about how the system is stacked against them, how racist white people are and teaching them to fear the police.


  1. This commercial is 50 years out of time -does not reflect TODAY.


  2. Why yes, heading to the font of the line for a government job, job promotions, college admission time, loan application time, free phones, free health care, media white outs of your crime stats as well as other problems associated with that community, getting points added to your test scores, being handed BILLIONS of tax dollars each and every year actually mean you'll have to work "twice as hard" fostering the mania of "White guilt" along with your claimed victimization lest you actually have to compete on your own achievements and merits. We can't allow that to happen now can we?

    Pardon my frankness but having spent nearly my entire life in Dixie this type of bald face lie gets my hackles up. Where was the media why we were being attacked on a regular basis in government run schools? Where were they when my friends were being robbed by 20 year olds bussed over form the high school so they could rob 12 year olds? Where were they when a girl I know was raped in the bathroom at school?

    50 years out of time? No, but I'll certainly agree it doesn't reflect today and there is NO doubt they will never consider reporting the reality of life in this day and time any more than they did 50 years ago.

    Y'all have a nice day.

    1. What years were you in school when it happened and where?

    2. Pardon the delayed response.…

      The first time I was forced to defend myself against an attack by several Africans in America was 1968, in 5th grade. If I recall it correctly, that was the first year our school system tried to appease judicial tyranny with "freedom of choice" which first allowed Whites to enjoy the benefits of diEversity in government run schools.

      At the outset of the 6th grade we had full on FORCED integration along with the pleasure of first hand experience of "multiculturalism.” What a zoo. That was also the first year I had high school blacks show up at our school to pick fights. Ever stand in a pack of 50 blacks laughing and taunting you while you, 12 years old, face down a 16 year old with no teachers willing to do a damn thing?

      Or how about attending a local high school football game only to be attacked by 4 Africans in America all at the same time, again one was 4 years older than myself. My offense was nothing more than standing at the fence in the end zone watching the game...oh, while being White.

      In 8th grade, while waiting for the bus home, was when I heard about my friends being robbed by blacks from high school. After some observation, the buses would pull up and high school aged, or older, blacks would descend into the crowd and start strong arm robbing the small kids. I had the good fortune of being large for my age so I was not seen as an easy victim and by this time had a reputation for causing damage to those willing to come after me. I did what a could to stop it but there was only so much possible in that environment.

      Is this a good time to mention how the blacks used to grab the young girls chests, buttocks, and pubic areas while walking down the halls?

    3. Moving along to 9th grade, there was an incident where, while waiting for school to open, a black was walking by on the other side of the street. He started shouting at me and then crossed the street and got in my face. Well, now having experience with the thugs, I took a ready position. My only shock was he was by himself rather than in a pack. I was 15 at the time and later at his trial learned he was a mere 19 years old and recently dismissed form the high school. Also revealed was he was out on bail after beating the high school band director so badly he was admitted to the hospital and was awaiting trial on that charge when he attacked me.

      Anyway, he took a swing and I ducked. I then came up and grabbed a hold of him and after two tries, my knee was familiarized with his testicles. A groan left his lips I was about to go to work when someone shouted "principle!" and I let him go. When I turned back he was stumbling off holding his privates but I remain unsure if it was out of habit, as they often do, or from pain. In any case he was arrested and I followed in the footsteps of my older brother, by 5 years, and testified in court against another disadvantaged and loving African in America. He got 1 year for trespass and assault. I don't know what they did concerning his beating of the band director. (That was also the year we experienced what I'd refer to as a riot at school which resulted in the girl being raped in the bathroom at the hands of the poor oppressed negroes.)

      Again I’ll point out my older brother enjoyed similar experiences during his tenure following FORCED integration. In addition my dear wife, who is was from upstate New York, also had similar experiences during her time in school. Those experiences included having a gown black male stop his car in the street, then getting out to punch her in the face as she stood on the side walk. She was all of 12 years old and a whole 5ft tall. Obviously he sensed she was a menace to the entire negroid race. So much for the liberated blacks and harmony of yankeeville.

      From what it's worth I graduated in 1976. Honestly things were a bit calmer by then but I am unsure if that was from my reputation at that point or just part of the normalcy bias. In any case it seemed there was less turmoil.

      One of the more ironic experiences came two years later while in College. While taking a Sociology course the book listed my high school as a fine example of how well and smoothly FORCED integration had worked. Well, if we were to be considered exemplary I cannot imagine what others must have been forced to endure.

      Y’all have a nice day.

    4. Absolutely unbelievable. Thanks and where did you go to school?

  3. Every robbery I've experienced or heard about locally (in the last 20 years) has been by blacks. And the fighting in public schools is usually by blacks (usually against other blacks but not always).

    Someone might say that they were forced into crime due to circumstance, but regardless. The universities try to bring them in, lowering standards. Employers do the same. The proper solution is to apply identical solutions, reward hard work.

    What's interesting to me is the black immigrants supposedly are much more capable. That suggests to me that some American blacks have the talent, just don't apply themselves.

    People aren't hardly allowed to talk about blacks in the US. You're labeled racist if you try to improve the system. So, as a result, blacks and whites in the South: Everyone falls through the cracks, our schools only teach propaganda (nothing useful or how to think), and it's only people from other states who move here who seem to accomplish much.

    The nutrition in the South is terrible, many are overweight and on drugs, we've developed an "anti-intellectual" spirit rather than an anti-propaganda one, and it's really sad to see.

    One of the greatest impacts on me was reading Robert E. Lee quotes on the Internet when I first got to college. I'd never read anything like that; no one had ever thought to teach me morals from my own ethnicity, because doing so would be racist. It made me want to be a better person. I went to a good school, with many Yankees; and we read the English classics (things like Shakespeare, not the Greeks and Romans). But no one thought to teach morality. We had a liberal class on "religion", and we'd hear prayers in the gym. But nothing like Robert E. Lee or similarly manly, chivalrous values was taught.

    And I got to see the tail end of the pre-Internet propaganda: Whenever anything sensible or community oriented is stated, it's nearly always followed by, "but I'm not racist", as if the person is suspect. Our society is a mess.

    And to be honest, we should return to allowing businesses and schools to hire/accept anyone at all that they choose. What I dislike is the mandatory discrimination against whites. And I also dislike the large corporations, concentration of capital. If things were broken up more, each group could do whatever it wants, build what it wants. That's the best path forward.

    1. What's interesting to me is the black immigrants supposedly are much more capable. That suggests to me that some American blacks have the talent, just don't apply themselves.

      Blacks and many whites these days as they can have a better life style on welfare than working in some jobs. Sad but true.