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Nov 10 2019

Virgin Atlantic’s Scarlet Lady Replaced by Black Woman

The primary purpose of advertising is to advance political correctness; selling products and services is secondary. How else do you explain the preponderance of blacks in television, online, and print advertising, in a country that is only 13% black? The percentage in Britain is even lower at 3.3%, due to it being, last I knew, a European country. Yet they are replacing Virgin Atlantic’s Scarlet Lady logo with a black woman, “to better reflect modern Britain.”

Artist Ken White is not happy:

He created the ‘Scarlet Lady’ after being asked to produce something similar to the art painted on World War Two planes and that of Peruvian pin-up artist [Alberto] Vargas. …

Mr White said: ‘It was a design which I thought worked and was changed to include the British flag, but then I read that they were changing it to a gay person and a black woman.

‘I don’t understand what was wrong with it in the first place; it was an icon and people knew the airline for it.’

If it was an icon, it was part of British culture. Therefore, it must be erased, to clear the slate for the globalist utopia.

A black woman does not “reflect modern Britain” yet, but will in the future, if demographic trends continue. Subtle brainwashing is used to prevent people from rebelling against their nation being erased. Whether there will still be airlines when Europe’s post-European future has been imposed is doubtful.

The Scarlet Lady, another casualty of moonbattery.

On a tip from Doc.



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