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What it will take to restore Western culture?

The Kenn Giveden Show with Paul Fromm (Canada) & William Johnson (American Freedom Party) & Simon Roche (South Africa)

* The meaning of Canada’s Red Ensign

* Shocking new threats to Whites in South Africa

* The fall of a tyrant in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaAGDrC7ZsY

THE PROMOTION OF BI-RACIAL MARRIAGES THROUGH TV ADS

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THE PROMOTION OF BI-RACIAL MARRIAGES THROUGH TV ADS

The following is but a small sample of the many dozens of TV advertisements which feature biracial couples.Don’t believe me? Then try this. Set aside 4 hours of any given evening and watch a range of TV programs. My bet is that you will likely encounter at least 3 or 4 ads of this nature. If I had the means to copy them on a tape or DVD I would make it a project.

The more typical ones have white wife/mother and black husband/father, like the first one listed here. The second and third commercials—on behalf of “Honeymaid”— attack the traditional family on all fronts. The  second commercial attempts to set the record straight about what a wholesome family is. In the opening first vignette, a “wholesome” family consists of two “daddies” and a child, as well a biracial family in another.. The message is clear. “Family”, “marriage”, “gender” can be anything we want it to be. All the old definitions are obsolete.  No one of us now have a right to define what these terms mean—that’s the province of grievance groups.

In the third commercial, Honeymaid essentially tells us what the counterculture told us 5 decades ago. We can bed hop and do our own thing without regard to the impact our selfish or hedonistic behaviour has on children because, you see, children are ‘resilient’. We don’t give them enough credit. If  Mom and Dad break up, no problem. Now they get to have another dad—or mom!  So lets not call them “broken” families, lets call them “blended” families. Blended families are commonplace now, so no big deal,eh? Well, if one consults the statistical evidence about scholastic achievement, vocational success and incarceration rates, the children of loosy goosey parents really aren’t that ‘resilient’ after all. But revelations of that sort wouldn’t fit the agenda, would they?

The Cheerios biracial commercial is significant for the negative blowback it provoked. The comments were so negative that the company that produces Cheerios disabled the comment section. Who do they think they are, the CBC? If you watch the last video, you will notice that commentators are quite brazen about their motives for producing biracial commercials like these. The producer said that these kind of commercials are “helping to change the face of America.”  In other words, they are not only reflecting the biracial character of present day families but role-modeling them. Making them more acceptable. Actually, that is not quite it.

The point is not reconcile us to miscegenation but to the extinction of the old Canada (or America) and the quaint moral standards that went with it. No sense then in us getting into a lather about ongoing mass immigration because look around you, it is a done deal. Ditto with same sex marriages and adoptions and gender fluidity. There are no absolutes anymore, just so many moving points along a spectrum. It’s a different world now.  These ads rub our noses in it. They are morale-busters. The proliferation of biracial couples is meant to serve as a marker of “progress”, and since demography is destiny, there is no turning back. Accept. Adapt. And go quietly into the night.

America, Canada, the UK, Sweden—-all have fallen prey to this insidious propaganda campaign, through a variety of media. Progressive commentators dismiss Cultural Marxism as a “conspiracy theory”. But if it walks like a duck…..

For the record, 4.6% of couples in Canada are biracial (2011 census), and of those pairings, 41% are black. In the US, 8% of couples are biracial.

Questions

A Cardiff study showed that white women (at least in the UK), opt first for black men, then whites, then Asians. Why?

Is there a psychological reason behind this? Is the John Lewis ad (below) then mirroring reality in Britain, or conditioning it?

In Canada, 9 out of 10 people polled are fine with biracial marriages. Have the commercials (and movies and soap operas) had their intended effect?

Ten years from now, will we see a lot of white women married to dark Muslim men? Feminists trying to escape the rape culture on campus? — Tim Murray

John Lewis Christmas ad for 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw1Y-zhQURU


Honeymaid commercial “This is Wholesome”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xeanX6xnRU


Honeymaid promoting blended families

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5X592lJ-JnM

Cheerios biracial commercial 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQ_4refG1-Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4zSkcF4SVc

 
 
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Preview YouTube video John Lewis Christmas Ad 2017 – #MozTheMonster

John Lewis Christmas Ad 2017 – #MozTheMonster

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Honey Maid: This is Wholesome :30 TV Commercial | Official

Preview YouTube video Honey Maid Documentary: #NotBroken

Honey Maid Documentary: #NotBroken

Preview YouTube video CEREAL RACISTS: Mixed Race Cheerios Commercial Plagued by Prejudiced Comments

CEREAL RACISTS: Mixed Race Cheerios Commercial Plagued by Prejudiced Comments

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Biracial Cheerios Girl and Parents Interview ‘Excited’ About Negative Comments 6 12 13

COMMERCIAL TV ADS AS A VEHICLE OF OPEN BORDERS PROPAGANDA

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COMMERCIAL TV ADS AS A VEHICLE OF OPEN BORDERS PROPAGANDA

 

 

B.C. Lions head coach Wally Buono sports a “Diversity is Strength” T-shirt on the sidelines before taking on the Saskatchewan Roughriders in CFL football action in Regina on Sunday, August 13, 2017. (Mark Taylor/CP)

 

If you are as addicted to televised sporting events  as I am, then you will have noticed a striking proliferation of political messaging in the guise of commercial TV ads. In a spectacle of shameless partisanship, companies like the Keg restaurant chain, Smirnoff, Tim Horton’s and a myriad of others are carrying the ball for the government open borders agenda.

 

With minor variations, all promote a common theme:

 

We are a diverse nation of immigrants and must remain so.  Diversity is our strength, and to maintain it we must be ‘welcoming’ and ‘open’ to those who aspire to join us.  We must be “inclusive” in order to tap into the many talents  that newcomers and the marginalized offer us.  We must embrace differences and celebrate them. We are different, but we are all the same. One big happy human family.  So let’s keep our front door unlocked and wide open.  End of sermon.

 

Do me a favour. Take 20 minutes and sample the you-tubes listed below to gain a flavour of what I am talking about.  But swallow a Gravol tablet first.

 

Aside from a uniform message, there are other similarities.   One is their limited repertoire of clichés, which appear to be recycled from one ad to another.   Try this experiment. Watch a batch of them in succession, then close your eyes and try to recall a set of barf bag buzzwords that are exclusive to one of them.  Good luck.  As your memory fades, these eight you-tubes fuse into one, like so many day time soap operas.  They may sell different beverages, but it’s all the same Kool Aid. Let’s run through them.

 

In the first you-tube  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWup6WArKqE

“The Keg” tells us that “When we think about what it means to be Canadian, one word comes to mind. WELCOME!    Then in the second video  , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEKvL82Rh9I, we  see the characters in the Smirnoff ad  tell us that, among other things that:

 

“Canada is not my home, it is everyone’s home.”

“There is space here for everyone.”

“Canadians embrace diversity, embrace differences and celebrate them.”

“It is not only feeling safe but being safe.”

 

The you tube began with a newscaster on a TV screen above the bar saying “Canada will welcome more immigrants next year than ever before.” Nice touch.  It was all part of Smirnoff Canada’s  “Stay Open” campaign, which the company introduced in October by stating that “Smirnoff believes that inclusivity is always worth celebrating. And right now, Canada stands as a shining example of openness in a world that is increasingly feeling the opposite. So we raised a glass with real Canadian immigrants and citizens who shared why they’re proud to call Canada home.”

 

The Canadian Football league launched a campaign in August on the heels of the Charlottesville incident to make the same point, the point that ours is an exceptional country,  that Canada and what it represents is the antithesis of the bigotry and racism we see south of the border. Viewers are told that the CFL is “a league as diverse as the country, a league which makes each of us different makes all of us strong.”

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OrmB9ewVtY

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS1jCfg7Qxc

 

What is apparent after viewing one of these impactful commercials is that the admen have mastered the art of story- telling.  Consummate marketers are great story-tellers.  They build narratives around products—or brands– that we can quickly grasp at a simple emotional level.  Tim Horton’s “Proud Fathers” is a masterpiece in that regard.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QINv6rebyTU

The ad features a Chinese father and son at a hockey rink where the father came to see his grandson play hockey. “Grandad” told his adult son that his grandson plays hockey better than his father did. “How would you know”, the son asked. “I watched you play”, replied “Grandad”. “Oh, then what team did I play for?” The question prompted the old man to pull a picture of his son’s team with his son featured on it. Seeing this, the son became emotional, and no doubt viewers did too. It really pulls heartstrings.

The message was about continuity. Not only the continuity between generations, but the continuity of Canadian tradition and culture as represented by our love of this game, which despite the upheavals of mass third world immigration, endures..The hope and expectation is that old stock Canadians will watch  this commercial and conclude,  “See, these people are just like you and me. They play and appreciate our national sport of hockey. And they like the brand of coffee made by Tim Horton’s, which as we know is Canadians’ favourite coffee.  Part of our Canadian identity.”

Other Tim Horton’s ads of this calibre are easily recalled. Remember their “Welcome Home” commercial aired during the 2010 Winter Olympics?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0pjW2ltKwI

It depicts the tearful and joyous reunion between a black South African immigrant with his just arrived wife and kids at the airport. We follow the man, speaking in a mixture of Xhosa and heavily accented English, from his apartment to the store to the airport, where he embraces his family and covers their traditional clothing up in good old Canadian winter garb. And in clinching gesture, we see him hand his wife a cup of Tim Horton’s. If you didn’t have tears running down your cheeks by then  you were not a real Canadian. And if you didn’t get the message then you don’t accept Canadian “values”, the values of family and multiculturalism, which go together like a horse and carriage.  New Canadians are Canadians.  They are as Canadian as maple syrup.   As Canadian as Tim Horton’s. Is the picture getting clearer for you?

Now that you are softened up, let’s see how it is done in the United States. Try this one minute pro-immigration ad on behalf of Budweiser aired during the Super Bowl game, entitled “Born the Hard Way”.  It tells the story of a young German brewer’s challenging journey from Europe to the United States, where he was met with disapproval stares and “go back home” taunts, only to land in St.Louis and establish a famous and highly profitable business. The ad was released in the wake of Trump’s “Muslim” travel ban and designed to serve as a reminder that America was built by hard working men of ambition like Adophus Busch, and that bigotry then as now is an impediment to  the country’s national success. http://deadline.com/2017/01/super-bowl-ad-budweiser-immigration-anheuser-busch-1201898634

But if you thought these last three ads were tear-jerkers, then grab a Kleenex box before you see this one  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPo2B-vjZ28 , also broadcast during the Super Bowl. It is called, “The Entire Journey” (5:44 minutes). It is about a poor Central American mother who takes to the road with her young daughter to make a long arduous trek to the Promised Land in search of work, only to come face to face with a massive and imposing Trumpian wall that looks as if it is constructed with lumber. Viewers can feel their devastation. My breaking point came when the little girl pulled out a small shredded American flag from her backpack.  Oh, God!  But then miracle of miracles, they see a door, and they open it. Voila! They’re in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Undocumented!  But they must keep walking. Alas, along comes a good hearted American guy in a pickup truck to take them on board. The ad concludes with a bumper sticker slogan. “The Will To Succeed is Always Welcome Here.” The fact that the ad was sponsored by a construction supply company “84 Lumber” at the cost of $10 million per minute was not lost on many viewers.  The home construction industry relies heavily upon cheap illegal immigrant labour.

Finally, I can’t let you go with asking you to look at Apple’s ad titled “The Human Family”. It’s a one minute rendition of a poem by Dr. Maya Angelou which reminds us that despite all of our differences, we’re really just the same underneath it all. I believe that I first heard it during the 2010 Olympics, narrated by Morgan Freeman. The last lines are

“I note the obvious differences between each sort and type, but we are more alike my friends, than we are unalike. We are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike. We are more alike my friends, than unalike.”   Got it?  So if you are stabbed by a Somali in Minneapolis, remember, people are people, more alike than unalike.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyzI2Lu9Qcw

The name of the game for pitch men is to trigger our emotions, and by doing so, override our logical reasoning. Scam artists do much the same thing. Once they are able to push your emotional buttons, they’re in. Tell them that their granddaughter languishes in a Guatemalan jail and they’ll send off a $2000 Moneygram to a phony lawyer no questions asked. Show them the corpse of a four year old Alan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach, and it is open sesame for 900,000 Syrian migrants.

We are cursed with empathy which, we’re told, we can never have too much of. Knee-jerk empathy unconstrained by a modicum of healthy skepticism. When we watch a grandfather and his son talking to each other in a hockey arena about fond memories, or see an immigrant re-uniting with his family at Pearson International or witness the tribulations of a migrant mother and daughter struggling to find a new life, we establish a connection.  Once that connection is established our emotions are in the hands of the storyteller. It is like a Lassie Come Home movie. We identify with the dog, care about the outcome, and the suspense builds until the climax. Tears of sorrow become tears of joy.

An advertisement that in just one minute can tell a story, makes us identify with the characters, build suspense and then deliver a moving punch line is a advertisement worth paying for.  It is the kind of ad that is remembered. They want you to remember the message, but most importantly, they want you to remember the brand. Canadian hospitality—brought to you by The Keg. Canadian family values—- brought to you by Tim Horton’s.  Openness and inclusion— brought to you by Smirnoff’s.

These pro-diversity ads are historically significant.  They reflect an advanced stage of globalism, picking up steam as it hurtles toward the cliff. They are symbolic of the merger of corporations and government, which was the hallmark of classic fascism, but this time it is a fascism that is subversive of the nation state.

The goal of the corporate-government consortium is total control and guaranteed profit, and the imposition of ideological conformity marching under the banner of diversity.  The language they speak, “diversity babble”, is now the lingua franca of the political class that presides over the Great Replacement in Europe and North America.  It is a jargon that serves to obfuscate and confuse rather than clarify and enlighten. A smokescreen for the demolition of national sovereignty.

The chest-thumping proud-Canadian nationalism promoted by commercials like these are at best a Kumbaya chauvinism that brags about our inability or unwillingness to protect our own national cultural heritage.  Defeated nations traditionally wave white flags to signal surrender. In Canada we wave the maple leaf.

The Canada that they want us to feel patriotic about is not the Canada of our fathers or grandfathers. It is not a bicultural nation of two founding peoples but a microcosm of the United Nations where French and Anglo-Celtic Canadians are mere fragments of a “mosaic”. The Canada we  presently see at YVR or YYZ airports will soon be identical to the Canada we see in every city, town and hamlet across the country. We are no longer a nation, but a geographical entity, a destination stop where everyone is welcome, and everyone instantaneously “Canadian”. Drink a cup of Tim Horton’s and voila, you are one of us. Play for the BC Lions or the Toronto Raptors and you have the keys to the city.

These ads are surely destined to take their place in the Propaganda Hall of Fame alongside the works of Sergei Einsenstein, Leni Refenstahl and Canada’s own John Grierson. Just imagine. Social engineering in the service of profits. Bernays and Goebbels would be impressed.

Tim Murray

December 1, 2017

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Preview YouTube video The Keg Canada 150 Commercial: Canadian Words

The Keg Canada 150 Commercial: Canadian Words

Preview YouTube video Smirnoff: A Cheers To Canada

Smirnoff: A Cheers To Canada

Preview YouTube video CFL | Diversity is Strength

CFL | Diversity is Strength

Preview YouTube video CFL This is Our League- Full Version

CFL This is Our League- Full Version

Preview YouTube video proud fathers

proud fathers

Preview YouTube video Tim Hortons True Stories: Welcome Home

Tim Hortons True Stories: Welcome Home

Preview YouTube video 84 Lumber Super Bowl Commercial – The Entire Journey

84 Lumber Super Bowl Commercial – The Entire Journey

Preview YouTube video Apple ad spotlights diversity in time for Olympics

Apple ad spotlights diversity in time for Olympics

 

Three Moslem men called Nikki a “white slag”. Then they beat her until she blacked out.

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 Three Moslem men called Nikki a “white slag”. Then they beat her until she blacked out.

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In the early morning of October 31st, Nikki Hurst was walking in Batley.

Three Muslim men approached her and asked for a light. When she told them she didn’t have one, they launched into a tirade of verbal abuse, calling her a “gori slag” – a derogatory name often used by Muslims for white girls.

Then they grabbed Nikki, smashed her face into a stone wall, and ran away. She regained consciousness alone, some 30 minutes later, with a large wound on her forehead. She suffered serious injuries that have left permanent scars.

Nikki told me her story. She showed me her scars. She showed me where she was attacked on the street:

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It’s been a month, but Nikki says the police have still not taken her statement. Desperate for justice, Nikki posted photographs of her injuries online – but the police warned her that she could get in trouble, for potentially inciting riots.

Batley’s Police Inspector is named Mohammed Rauf. He doesn’t appear to be planning to investigate this racist attack. Even though Nikki knows the assailants go to a local school, and she can even tell the police what class they are in thanks to their school uniforms.

We demand justice. Tell Batley Police Inspector Mohammed Rauf that we want justice for Nikki, by signing our petition now. Click here to add your name.

Then I’ll go back to Batley, with Nikki, and personally deliver your signatures to Inspector Rauf.

And we won’t stop fighting until these racist attackers are brought to justice.

Yours truly,

Tommy Robinson