27 Larry Elder notices things (youtu.be) posted 176 days ago by Mpetey123 176 days ago by Mpetey123 +27 / -0 10 comments share 10 comments share save hide report block hide replies
I haven't seen commercials in a long time, near on 8 years now, but even when I did the anti-white and anti-male plots were all over the place.
It isn't just commercials, either, most TV shows weave anti-male and anti-white characters into their plots.
I stopped watching TV in my early twenties when it dawned on me it was all sex, greed and vanity. It was before the woke stuff today, so I can only imagine how bad it must be. House MD was the last show I watched on TV and that was already becoming unbearable with little nods to moral relativism.
For a long time I've notice that guys in commercials did the cooking, washing, diaper changing etc. I've also noticed that when I had to go to the mall to buy some stuff all the posters had non-white people in them, or rather non-white men, there still were some white women in mixed couples. I know this are done at a corporate level but it feels out of place as the demographic where I live is still something like 92% white - although it is getting diversified fast, it had a small break during the pandemic but is now in overdrive.
I’ve noticed this for a while. I’ve met Larry Elder. Cool dude.
I'm told he's a white supremacist
So am I apparently
Not just white males, they're the number 1 target of course but all males. There's some "red flag replay" commercial playing right now and so far all the commercials the guy is both wrong and the doofus.
Show me a commercial in the last 7 years where it's the women that's wrong or the doofus and the guy is smugly correcting her.
Best I can do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVpXxBp6EIk
Though I'm sure there's a handful out there somewhere with a helpful black guy correcting a dumb white woman.
I so desperately wanted to bring up that commercial but I thought maybe I was being too sensitive. There's also a KFC with a black dad, surprising I know, forgets dinner but the commercial says don't worry mom remembered. And then they show a lesbian couple.