Sunday, March 13, 2011
Kill Whitey, Buy Sneakers (Part II)
Reebok was clearly attracted to the Anti-White message of the pilot featured in our last post, or at least it didn't dissuade them from using such genocidal imagery. They picked this idea and ran with it, convinced they had a winner, and sank some serious money into developing this piece for their big SuperBowl showcase. Note the higher production values in the version featured above.
But note also how the Anti-White nature of this piece has also been heightened. The female actor playing Laura in this version, at :10 above, is much darker than the woman in the pilot; her darkness subliminally draws further attention to the whiteness of the evil, inconsiderate, smarmily smiling co-worker.
Clearly the white man, in not re-filling the coffee, deserves to be subjected to some extreme violence. He is tackled and then humiliated by the black man, and rightfully so. After all, he's a white guy, right? Surely the audience will laugh and feel this bone-crushing retribution is fully justified, especially since it is administered by a black man. We know how righteous blacks are. How could they do wrong? How could we even presume to question them when they deliver a near-fatal body-blow?
No, this stuff is entertaining. And it trains the mind to think that whites are easy targets. Surely no gangbanger is going to mimic this stuff on the street! Nah. That would never happen.
After promoting these memes of white genocide on national television, Reebok continued to promote Anti-White violence on its website for years, showing a wide range of Terry Tate videos in which one could always find him engaged in his favorite Anti-White bloodsport(s).
Now who on earth would think to weaponize blacks against whites in such a blatant, perverse, and over-the-top manner? It wouldn't be a jew working behind the scenes, now, would it? Nah. Couldn't be. That would be so racist to even suggest such a thing! Because we know we would be just falling back into the same old, tired, anti-semitic stereotypes.
Oh. Maybe in this one case it is true. It seems it was the Arnell Group's Peter Arnell who promoted and produced this Anti-White, genocidal ad for the all-consuming millions.
Mind warfare at its worst.