Wednesday, August 2, 2017

- P&G's 'The Talk'

Michelle Malkin has a pretty good piece on Procter & Gamble's horrible race baiting Ad campaign called 'The Talk'. (Yes, of course I forwarded it to our man Derb. See this weekend's RadioDerb for his likely response.

This is a real opportunity for the Reddit/4chan boys to have some fun. They should reshoot the Ad from the Derbyshire perspective.

White Parents talking to their kids, warning them to avoid black neighborhoods. Video advice to clean looking kids interlaced with the riots, beatings and the kind of thing that's all too often seen on the nation's closed circuit systems, and that walk through John's own advice to his kids.

1. Avoid concentrations of blacks not all known to you personally.

A cut to black kids beating strangers on Subways, in shopping malls and on the streets.

2. Stay out of heavily black neighborhoods.

A cut to the Ferguson riots or one of the many other large scale black 'protests' that involve carrying off flat screens and burning buildings.

3. If planning a trip to a beach or amusement park at some date, find out whether it is likely to be swamped with blacks on that date.

An amusement park riot or riot in a state fair is easy enough to find.

4.Do not attend events likely to draw a lot of blacks.

Maybe something from one of the many Hip Hop concert shootings.

5. If you are at some public event at which the number of blacks suddenly swells, leave as quickly as possible.

Footage of a flash mob store ransacking.

6. Do not settle in a district or municipality run by black politicians.

I think any day of normal Detroit news will be able to provide the right footage here, or maybe Baltimore.

7. Before voting for a black politician, scrutinize his/her character much more carefully than you would a white.

Endless opportunities here.

8. Do not act the Good Samaritan to blacks in apparent distress, e.g., on the highway.

Derb's most controversial statement. I can recall several pieces of footage from newsclips of people who were shot, stabbed, or beaten because of failing to heed this advice.

9. If accosted by a strange black in the street, smile and say something polite but keep moving.

The knockout game footage from 14th st a few months ago springs immediately to mind, where a black 'youth' needlessly and pointlessly slugged an elderly white man knocking him to the ground.

I hope someone with the technical skill and more time than me can get to this. It surely will be a social media explosion and will garner huge attention on youtube. It won't get Ad revenue of course, being a list of hate-facts. But it will get attention, and that may lead to other opportunities.

And what's more, this all seems like fair game to me. the obvious point of the P&G piece is to illustrate that America and America's law enforcement community hates them for their skin color, and will gun them all down for no reason. Well the facts on the ground profoundly contradict that, as Derb's piece illustrates. And to call attention to the facts as he did, seems like the right move to me.

I'm actually sympathetic to the black family that has raised responsible and non-violent kids. There are many I'm sure, and that's got to be a tough road. The advice for kids offered in the Ad is fairly reasonable in my opinion. It isn't too dissimilar to the advice my own mom gave me as a poor white trash kid.

But public policy should not be built based on the exception - even if it's a large exception. And the Derb's view of 'the talk' is a lot closer to real life and therefore much more practical, than P&G's is. If we're all going to be in tribes as the left insists, let's at least do all we can to protect the children from ours.

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