In what must be the most racist advertisement in recent years, Procter & Gamble have really crossed the line on political debate. Their ad (which you can watch below) shows “the Talk” that older generations of Black folk have with younger generations. In each segment, they basically point out that all white folk are nothing but racists, and that the situation hasn’t had ANY CHANGE in decades!
Not only that but in one scene, a mother tells her daughter that she is likely to be KILLED for driving a car by police officers!
This is ridiculous race baiting that denigrates every single white person. They should be ashamed of themselves for not acknowledging that black folk in America have “equality of opportunity” and for saying that the police will kill a young black girl because she is black.
The real statistics (that the MSM do not want you to know), is that all other things being equal, white people are more likely to be killed by police officers carrying out their duty, and that crime for crime, white folk receive LONGER sentences than black folk.
It’s a disgrace and P&G should pull it immediately.
Procter & Gamble is one of the most well known and well-established companies in America.
However, a new commercial from the company is causing a lot of controversy.
You’ll see pretty quickly that it’s quite racist…
From BizPac Review:
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.
Yikes. Pretty anti-white if you ask me.
Who directed that commercial? Al Sharpton?
Is that the best we can do guys?
I’m not typically the type of person to boycott but this is a pretty egregious marketing blunder.
Let us know what you think below…
H/T: Young Conservatives