Skip to comments.‘Sick’ racist Procter & Gamble ad crosses line! If you are white, brace yourself.
Posted on 07/31/2017 1:40:57 PM PDT by Jacvin
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.
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Everyone buy generic for 1 year.
Is this supposed to sell toilet bowl cleaners?
If anyone has the full list, please post it. We'll boycott every single last one of them.
Yeah but trust me the kids are being told far worse. Ask any teacher about kids and parents hating “white people”. It is rampant.
Proctor and Gamble can kiss my white ass.
P&G probably manufactures the generic-——better to use a competitor’s product.
This makes me ashamed to have retired from there. When they came in and took over our plant, they brought in all new management that was 99% black. None of them was smart enough to stick their finger up their butt with both hands.
All P&G brands:
Every mom, every dad has to have the conversation about the birds and the bees. But black parents have to have another conversation about race and trying to prepare their kids for what they might face as a black child. The resilience they may need. Just the bias that happens in society, Decker said. If you look at the ‘50s, ‘60s , ‘70s up until today. It is the same conversation. That is unacceptable.”
If they don’t like the way the game is played, maybe they should start to follow the rules. Many black American have no problem.
1. Get an education.
2. Get married/Stay married.
3. Have kids.
That’s it. Simple. 97% of all Americans who follow this easy-peasy formula succeed.
Interesting that there are no fathers in that commercial.
This message sponsored by Proctor & Gamble.”
Giving your children names that sound like P&G products is a good start in life.
I believe they also own Gillette. I’m white but I have two adopted black children, and I regular let them know that there is a black urban thug sub-culture that they must strive to NOT be confused with, and are to be generally avoided. My wife and I let them know that if they dress, speak and act properly, that will be reciprocated by anyone worth associating with. We’re in the deep south, and we have had zero, as in ZERO, problems with our situation. I also have black co-workers who are NOT affirmative action hires, and are excellent examples of people for my children to know.
Tell them what you think of their racist media campaign: email@example.com
“You’ll always be a victim.”
As I’ve said, this politically correct choice of blacks and women over the best and brightest translates into an overall lower standard of living for everyone. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.
Sad. My undergrad chemistry teacher was a retired P&G chemist who was on the original team that developed detergent after the war. I don’t like their politics, but they wrote the book on anionic surfactants and do it well.
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