Message by Edward, in Vibrant Diversity, #effortposting
So Styx has a 4D chess narrative.
1. Trump's most ardent supporters don't actually support him, they hate him, they just want the wall and no wars.
2. Trumps most ardent opponents don't hate his policies, they just hate him for who he is and how he looks and sounds.
3. The 4D chess is betraying his ardent supporters knowing he can win their vote back in a heartbeat if he makes moves towards the policies they want. In the meantime he's trying to get the opponents to become supporters.
I call horse shit
How do yall feel about this recent Volkwagen commercial?
My feelings about it are mixed. On the one hand, I was pleasantly surprised to see a normal--arguably even traditional--white family having a brood of kids early on in life.
on the hand >sex on TV
On the other hand, I don't really think its all that appropriate for daytime regular TV b/c children and what not.
With that in mind, I almost forgot that there are already suggestive and even obscene ads/programs on these channels already.
So it begs the question: is this ad just as bad as what's already mainstream?
I'm inclined to say that it isn't.
Probs better than the normal nikie
Yeah, I think so too.
A large white family and well thats how kids are made so...
Thinking back to my early childhood, I don't think I would've understood what was going on.
Anyways, I wonder if this is an indication that media companies--or at least ad firms--are changing direction on the anti-white themes.
No its white people buy Cars
And they like moneys
Well obviously! That's the entire point goal of advertising a product.
But there's always secondary themes involved in the messaging. The preceding trends have all pointed towards anti-white sentiments, but now some companies may be rethinking that approach.
Whether or not the ad firms genuinely care about the message they send in their ads, it can be interpreted as an indication of where these firms forecast society's tastes are headed.
i.e.: we might be able to better understand the approximate sentiments of our society if we take cues from people who analyze these things professionally
I understand that but the white family may be purely advertisment
Right but think of the motivation for picking a white family over a minority/mixed-race family. It suggests that the ad firm decided that 'young white family producing 3+ kids in rapid succession' is something that will appeal to broad audiences.
You can even contrast it with other car ads that feature full white families. Those ads usually featured a middle-age white family with 1 or 2 children, often including an ensamble of 2 or 3 minority children who are the white kids' friends.
It goes without saying that these are mini-van ads.
If they pick whites then that attracts a larger and richer democrafic group
Not only 200 million yankees
BUt also be used in Europe
I know hes a nigger but this is actually pretty good
@Edward That fact goes without saying. But clearly, if that were the ultimate decision factor, you'd never see poorer minority groups in ads. Which we know is not true--ads push anti-White imagery all the time.
Yeah the agenda is clearly supracapitalistic
The most obvious empirical evidence against anarchy capitalism