Par for the course, eh?
I know FedEx is a private company. But you would think they were actually part of the federal government considering their constant Anti-White propagandizing.
I saw this one in an airport. It aired during Melissa Harris-Perry's show on MSNBC, as if they knew that the vast majority of their television audience would be sympathetic to its Anti-White politics.
Observe how in-charge the black guy is in a room full of women and men of various races. He just happens to zero in on the reasonably attractive, though mousy and frail-looking white woman for particular praise. Look how this sets her in raptures, leading white women everywhere to think that black guys are naturally on their side, looking out for their interests, looking for ways to bolster their self-confidence.
Meanwhile, this ad's only white guy is a pathetic waste of space and borderline retarded. Look how he not only writes, but essentially speaks in ALL CAPS, as if to drive home the message that he is socially awkward, a pariah, an organism to be shunned.
His request "HEY DO YOU WANNA GET A DRINK LATER?" does several things simultaneously: it shows how he is not really serious about his job; it makes him look desperate for camaraderie, as if he lives in his mother's basement and is thus overly eager to find friends; and it puts in our minds what is implicitly in the minds of his colleagues, namely that the answer to his entreaty for companionship must be a resounding NO!
The other races look on him in amazement, as if to wonder how it ever was that white men like this essentially built civilization and everything in it.
"Now that yo civilization is built and shit, white man, we's gonna take it from you and git all jiggy wid it and make you look like deh fool dat you is in the process." - signed, the Brown Horde and their white and joo enablers at FedEx.