Friday, 27 May 2016

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  1. Meanwhile Israel banned a book on affair between jewish woman and arab man

    http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2016/01/israel-bans-book-on-affair-between-israeli-and-palestinian/

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  2. But the point should be that the original Chinese commercial was not "racist": it was amusing and this was because it was a gentle mocking of the original advertising slogan which is decades old in the West, that a particular washing ingredient would make one's articles "whiter than white": the Negro appeared to have white marks on him but it was his overall colour which was the stained version so, putting him in the washing machine returned the item to its supposed original status which, however, is 'whiter than white' (remember, this is a Chinese commercial) because it is a now yellow article and is therefore preferable to the original 'soiled' article and also 'whiter than white {i.e. 'better', an 'improvement' and return to the original nature of the article as the decades old slogan meant)because it is recognisable to the woman as her definition of the best result. It IS 'racist' only in that it exhalts a particular racial overview (Asian). Those who term it 'racist' are expressing their 'racism' against the Chinese conceptual view of the Mongolian race as superior. See how easy it is to reverse the whole 'racist' nonsense?

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  3. This was done as a funny commercial. A product called Ariel was renamed Aryan, you know, 'whiter than white'......
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuIFEoRZOAw

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