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More Virtue Signaling and Race Baiting from Clown World Mega Corp Procter & Gamble

A screen shot of Procter & Gamble's website Letstalkaboutbias.com. What exactly are they selling here?

Procter & Gamble is attempting to troll social media and virtue signal consumers again, this time with a race industry campaign called “The Look.”

As you may recall, Procter & Gamble (P&G) did a similar social justice campaign last winter in which it trolled the #MeToo Movement using a critique of “toxic masculinity” commercial for its brand Gillette. The ad angered loyal customers, many of whom swore off the brand.


Read “Cultural Marxist Echo Chamber Infiltrates Gillette and Creates Toxic Ads”

Rather than back off on the agitprop, P&G doubled down with #LetsTalkAboutBias. Its latest commercial shows a nicely dressed, 30-something, unshaven black man in various everyday urban situations and settings during which he gets “the look” of apprehension from whites. It must be seen to be believed.

Is this ad a spoof? The piano music is a nice emotional touch though.

This “look” is really not too dissimilar to what I experienced up to about age 36 as a 6’1″ young white man living in America.  One of the benefits of getting older for men is that people start deferring to age.

At the end of the ad, we learn this dude is a court judge, and this is supposed to surprise us. Basically, P&G’s commercial was a knock off a popular riddle from the ’90s that was said to reveal a person’s hidden bias. It goes like this:

A father and son are in a horrible car crash that kills the dad. The son is rushed to the hospital; just as he’s about to go under the knife, the surgeon says, “I can’t operate — that boy is my son!” Explain.

If you didn’t say the surgeon was his mother, then you’re gender biased, according to psychologists. According to P&G, if you were surprised when the black character in its commercial sat down at the judge’s bench, then you’re racist.

I suspect most people would be surprised, and say to themselves, “Oh, wow, I must have a hidden racial bias.” But the ad was a trick, and a nasty one at that. Yes, you’re surprised, but look a little closer at the probable reason (and it’s not necessarily race).

First of all, the character was affecting the persona of a rapper or Kardashian groupie. The hoodie, the gold chain, the Red Fox dinner jacket, the strut were all subtle cues. But mostly, and probably without realizing it, the reason for surprise was because of his age — not his race.

We’ve had black judges in America since the 1800s. But judges are typically in their 50s or 60s, not early 30s. This is because, on average, one spends 28 years with the Bar Association before judicial appointments. Thus this young guy as judge is yet more cartoon world for the consumption of the pajama people.

Also, P&G would have us believe black people have magical powers to read the minds of white people. All a black person has to do is look at how a white person is looking at him, and the black person is now able to determine with 100 percent certainty the degree the white person does not like the black person.

But the reality is that white people aren’t cautious enough around blacks. I wish conditions were better, but whites have been shamed and brainwashed into letting their guards down. Maybe it’s time to let the racist epithet roll off like water on a raincoat? You decide — but I am on alert and not the least bit concerned about the coddling concern about the “whitey look” or epithets.

Black professor Wilfred Reilly’s new book, “Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War,” is all about the mania for fake white racism. It includes no fewer than 409 hate crime hoaxes the media tried to sell before abandoning them with curt corrections in the back pages.

Reilly also documents the actual inter-race crime statistics. On a per-capita basis, a black person is 25 times more likely to commit a crime involving violence against another race than a white.

Let’s just put it this way: We don’t really want to tar the whole black race, but unless it’s someone who you are familiar with or know or is proven otherwise, it’s necessary to proceed on the premise that they just don’t like whites (you), and many are capable of acting out on that.

Sometimes black women are more dangerous and out of control than the men. If you’ve come across a posse of Sherillas like the following videos, you would be well advised to make a wide berth, and that advice applies regardless of your race.

Florida spring break when the dindunuffins show up. The females are in the thick of it.

A posse of Dindus heads to the mall, and all hell breaks loose. Notice a common characteristic of these news accounts. The posse are referred to as “teens” which is a defacto smear of not involved young people of other races.

Next, we see the fellas from da hood assault a pregnant white woman outside a Quincy, Massachusetts, post office. Notice an elderly black man try to step in, but he is completely outgunned, and one quick punch could have been fatal to him.

In this next video, a young black rapist explains his motivation for raping and beating a white girl within an inch of her life last month. He then brought a buddy around afterward to look at the carnage. The criminal explained that it was about “slavery.”


Read: Weinstein’s ‘Django,’ ‘Hateful 8’, ‘Inglorious Basterds’ A Wake-Up Call For Whites

Let’s catch up on what else the boyz and girlz from the hood have been up to of late, shall we? The latest trend are the release and nominal bonds on dangerous criminals under the kakistocracy’s star chamber “justice reform” program. Yes, crime is the new black entitlement. They walk the streets freely committing mayhem.

Incidentally, Colin Flaherty, who creates the following videos, has been banned from YouTube. Instead of being able to document the truth about this plague of terror, we are fed misdirection from the likes of P&G. We did find Flaherty on BitChute. He has documented and has video evidence of hundreds — if not thousands — of black-on-white attacks.

Here is the latest roundup of dindunuffin shootings around the country. Why would anyone be wary? Can’t imagine.

Here we have an assortment of dindunuffin violent crimes in just a 24-hour period.

Flash mob of ten of the fellas looting a retail store a few days ago.

Then there’s black flash mobbing and the Knock Out Game. There are no two ways around it. These assaults are cowardly black-thug hate assaults against other races. The primary and frequently self-confessed motive is that it is a game or for fun. Rifling through the Knock Out victim’s pockets or purse is an after thought. There have been fatalities. Assume these low-I.Q. evil cretins don’t like you until proven otherwise.

When you watch these assaults, you will see they are rarely mano-y-mano types of fights. Instead, they are deliberate mismatches of young black men with fighting skills against older victims, smaller people or women. If a stronger individual is marked, they use gangs. As seen in the previous video, the modus operandi are sucker punches and sneak attacks.

Defending against a one punch knockout. How’s this for a look?

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Video defense instructions.

2 Comments on More Virtue Signaling and Race Baiting from Clown World Mega Corp Procter & Gamble

  1. I see the Gilette ad with the 30 something black judge has already been relegated to the trash heap of YouTube? Maybe I can find it on Bitchute. I certainly won’t see these ads on TV as I do not watch it and haven’t in over 15 years.

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