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Feb 05 2014

Super Bowl Advertising Agenda

If you doubt that the people who control what you see on television have an agenda that involves what Obama would call the “fundamental transformation” of America, you must have joined me in skipping the Super Bowl.

One of the extremely costly ads, ostensibly intended to sell Coca-Cola, featured an exotic variety of peoples from all around the world singing “America the Beautiful” in foreign languages:

For all the maudlin emotion the ad attempts to evoke, the message was as subtle as a sledgehammer: there should be no such thing as American people or American culture. They should be replaced by all peoples and all cultures.

Almost half a century has passed since Ted Kennedy’s Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which was evidently intended to displace the almost uniformly European population of America with Third Worlders inevitably less likely to assimilate into American culture and thereby come to share traditional American characteristics that impede our ruling class, such as belief in natural rights, individual responsibility, and limited government. But even now 78% of us are white, and 80% of us speak English at home according to government statistics.

Poking the overwhelming majority of the population in the eye to advance an ideology that calls for their displacement by a multicultural Tower of Babble hodgepodge is no way to sell soda. But commercials are no longer about selling products; they are about selling the agenda.

Cheerios ran a Super Bowl ad that advanced the same objective by asking us to feel warm and fuzzy about interracial marriage:

Since the children produced are black, this trendy phenomenon offers progressives the hope that whites might breed themselves out of existence. After MSNBC excreted a tweet crowing in delight at the idea of conservatives not liking this idea, Republicans puffed themselves up with such righteous anger at the accusation that the tweet was deleted and MSNBC apologized (yet again).

The objective is to erase us by our own consent, which we willing give because objecting to our extinction is the ultimate taboo according to the prevailing dogma of political correctness. Despite the clearly ideological rather than commercial objective of both ads, and despite them being likely to be viewed by a significant number of Americans as unsettling if not downright threatening, how many supposedly conservative representatives of the Establishment have you heard objecting to them?

On tips from Dean D and DJ.

39 Responses to “Super Bowl Advertising Agenda”

  1. Sam Adams says:

    The other advantage to all the foreign languages was that there was no need for the audience to hear the word “God” mentioned.

  2. Sam Adams says:

    BTW, there was a time when people came to the US for freedom, rather than for free stuff. There was a time when those who spoke a foreign language embraced the idea of speaking English, as in “We are in America; we speak English here.”
    There was also a time when people came here to escape religious persecution, rather than persecuting others for not accepting their religious beliefs.

  3. DJ says:


    According to the data Dave has linked to, indicates if you subtract the percentage of Hispanic/Latinos from the white population, whites (people of European descent), as of 2012, comprise only 63% of the population.

    Moreover, if comprehensive immigration reform becomes a reality, whites will become a minority within 10 years — not 28 years from now (2042) as current demographic trends project. Think about the political implications of that!

    White alone, not Hispanic or Latino, percent, 2012 63.0%

  4. DJ says:

    Dave’s incisive account of the cultural genocide/ethnocide taking place is second to none. KUDOS!

    In the following, Dr Paul Gottfreid talks about how oblivious people are to what the multicult elites are doing to them. Moreover he talks about how complicit the “conservative movement” is in promoting both a multiculturalist agenda and PC.

    Craig Bodeker Interviews Dr. Paul Gottfried

  5. A.Men says:

    I will NEVER buy Coca-Cola or Cheerio products again. I hope I poked Coke and Cheerio in the eye — back.

  6. dan says:

    Coke /carbonated sugar water is bad for you (unless you’re trying to desolve rust or calcium) and Cheerios have always been GMO
    (I don’t know about OATEY-O’s…but they were certainly more affordable)
    Bi-racial kids are cute…but it’s not worth having to put-uo with their mothers or the in-laws….oh, yeah : imagine a mother-in-law like Orca or Moochelle (only on welfare)

  7. Texas12 says:

    A.Men, I just went shopping this morning and bought RC Cola instead of Coke or Pepsi. I, too, have had enough.

  8. bob says:

    Interracial breeding is the surest way to eliminate a demographic.

    Too bad the fat white chicks like being wit’ da bruthas.

  9. Softly Bob says:

    Notice that the couple were a Black man and White woman and not the other way round?
    This is because White women are often interested in the so-called stallion proportions of Black meat, whereas most White men know that most Black women are trash.

  10. Rotohammer says:

    Coke’s multi-culti thing has been going on my whole life. Remember this gem from the 70s?

  11. IslandLifer says:

    Glad I missed it. These sellouts are actually making my food and beverage choices easier. Keep it up! Show your true colors!

  12. jt says:

    Did anyone catch the Scientology commercial? I thought it was a really strange to run that on the biggest tv viewing day in the country..
    Also some conspiracy stuff floating around regarding Phillip Seymour Hoffman and the movie ‘The Master’ which was presumably about Scientology. The man who played the sceptic in that film also died last December..

  13. So, you’re saying that MSNBC is right about conservatives?

    By the way there is a black woman at my church who is married to a white man. She is one of the nicest people there. I suppose according to you she is trash.

  14. Time to Close Our Borders says:

    I stopped buying Heinz products when Kerry was running for President, I stopped buying Pepsi when their logo started to look like the Obama election logo…now I guess Coke is on my boycott list.

  15. sweep the leg says:

    @ Dave Blount

    WTF Dave? You deleted my response to Dave Hoffman that DEFENDED you??

    Thanks heaps…

  16. DJ says:

    Dave Hoffman is obviously using devious rhetorical devices against us and Dave is censuring our responses to him?

    Say it isn’t so, Dave.

  17. Dave Blount says:

    Sorry guys. The nastiness level was getting out of control. That’s apt to drive readers away.

  18. TNGMV says:

    I thought the Coke ad had a clear PC spin. The Cheerios ad was somewhat PC, but I personally think going against interracial marriage is a non-starter.

  19. Serena says:

    Agree with David Blount, I dislike heaps of illegal immigration as much as the next American (and I’m half Mexican) but I realize that its culture not skin color that makes the prospect a bad one. And someone else’s interracial marriage is no one’s business. Leave the condescending racism to the liberals.

  20. My comment was not intended as any sort of attack on Dave Blount. I read this blog frequently and usually agree with what he has to say. I wished to point out that it is a little harder to criticize MSNBC for their hypocrisy and bigotry in stating that conservatives are all racists when a conservative blogger writes a post that seems to prove them right. It is a lot harder when commenters make nasty and bigoted comments about race.
    As for the comments that Dave Blount deleted, do you really not understand why they were offensive? Do you go around saying things like that to people’s face? If so, than I feel sorry for you.

  21. DJ says:

    Here’s why I find David Hoffman’s comments so offensive. He is fully on board with the cultural genocide that’s currently being implemented against white Americans.

    Those ads no doubt served to brainwash and reinforce the message that Western culture (Eurocentric culture) is past tense. What’s so infuriating is anyone that complains about the multicult agenda is immediately labeled racist. That’s what David Hoffman and his ilk are in essence doing.

    Every rational being knows this multicultural/multiracial experiment is doomed to fail. The first casualty is the U.S. Constitution. It’s only going to get worse from there.

    Give thanks to the progs — be they liberal or conservative progs. A prog by any other name still stenches like a prog.

  22. Serena says:

    Agreed with David Hoffman- I’m sick of liberals dismissing my opinions with their standard issue “racist!” Cry. Stop giving them fodder with nasty posts like this one.

  23. Let me see if I understand you correctly. Because I don’t think it is a very good idea to give MSNBC the rope they will use to hang conservatives and I believe in treating people with respect, now I am a prog and an advocate of cultural genocide against whites?
    Do I have to go around making nasty comments about people of other races to qualify as a real conservative in your mind? Do you go around making such comments to people in person, or only when you are protected by the anonymity of the internet?

  24. DJ says:

    “[now] I am a prog and an advocate of cultural genocide against whites?”

    Not just “now”, I suspect you’ve always have been that way.

    “Do I have to go around making nasty comments about people of other races to qualify as a real conservative in your mind?”

    Of course not. What I DO expect is you not participate in the same type of deliberate anti Western civilization agitation that the progs do. Moreover, it strikes me as odd that a contemporary conservative blog, Moonbattery, should allow progs to peddle the same “anti-racist” claptrap that was first advanced by the Left over 50 years ago.

    “Do you go around making such comments to people in person, or only when you are protected by the anonymity of the internet?”

    Which of MY comments are you referring to?

  25. The deleted comment in which you called me a cockroach. The deleted comment in which you said I was trash. The deleted comment in which you, or your friend, I don’t remember which said that most black women were trash, need I go on or is your memory refreshed?
    Again, I have to wonder how suggesting that helping MSNBC defame conservatives is not wise or that people ought to be treated with respect equates to agitating against Western Civilization. What have I said that suggests that I am anti Western civilization?

  26. DJ says:

    On last thing:

    If anyone doesn’t believe the scriptwriters of the Cheerios ad didn’t deliberately do it such a way so as to provoke racial tensions, then I have a bridge to sell him or her.

    That commercial not only assaulted the sensibilities of a certain segment of white “conservatives”, it also offended a wide range of ethnicities — including both black men and women — especially black women (but you won’t hear about that on MSNBC, will you?). The writers are malicious. They’ve managed to push nearly all the racially sensitive hot buttons just as they intended to do.

    With that said, I bid you farewell.

    Chip chip cheerio old chap!

    (LOL! I just couldn’t resist.)


  27. Do you go around making nasty comments to people in person, or do you hide behind Internet anonymity? You know who I am. I have nothing to hide.

  28. DJ says:

    “The deleted comment in which you called me a cockroach. The deleted comment in which you said I was trash.”

    Yes, I’d say that to your face. That and more….

  29. So you don’t understand that insults and name calling are juvenile and inappropriate. That’s kind of sad really.

  30. DJ says:

    “You know who I am. I have nothing to hide.”

    I haven’t a clue who you are nor do I want to. You sound gay. And of course you haven’t hidden any of your “progressive” proclivities.

  31. By the way, I really don’t care what you say to me. So far I think you are just pathetic. I am concerned that if you go around saying such things to people in person, you are likely to be beaten up or killed. Do try to control yourself out in the real world.

  32. Now I sound gay? You really are pitiful.

  33. DJ says:

    “So you don’t understand that insults and name calling are juvenile and inappropriate. That’s kind of sad really.”

    So are we to assume David Hoffman never called, calls, and will ever call someone a name in the future?

    My, my! You’re even more perfect than Jesus.

    What a douche this David Hoffman is..

  34. Of course I have. I know it’s wrong, however, so I usually apologize when I do.

  35. That is, I don’t make a habit of calling people trash, cockroach or a douche. That is called maturity. You ought to try that.

  36. Or to put it another way, when I disagree with someone I try to use facts and logic to discuss the matter like an adult, not insults and name calling like a little child. Try growing up.

  37. But I think I have wasted enough time on this.

    Do not answer a fool according to his folly, a
    lest you yourself also be like him. Proverbs 26:4

  38. DJ says:

    The only time I call people names is when it’s warranted. You are a prime candidate. What we’ve learned about poor little David Hoffman is he obsesses when he’s the target of relatively benign insults. He get’s SO offended he resorts to threatening violence. Talk about an immature child. That means you Davey.

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