Vile Procter and Gamble Video Attacks ALL WHITES As RACIST BULLIES Victimizing Blacks

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All of you “racist white folks” out there using Procter and Gamble products like Bounty, Crest, Cascade, Gain, Febreze, Mr. Clean, Charmin, Tide, Downy, Gillette and more need to get “your filthy hands” off of their pure creations. And if you’re holding their stock, put in a sell order right away. You’re not good enough, with your inbred hatred and bigotry, to be a part of their wholesome, diverse, victimized company.

They’ve made it clear, by stereotyping all whites as insensitive, hate-filled racists in their current advertising campaign, that they don’t want our business. The least we can do is oblige them, take our privileged money somewhere else, to a company that doesn’t choose to prejudge us based upon the color of our skin.

The video from the billion dollar company shows a surprising lack of awareness of who their customers are. Or maybe they, like Target, with their unisex perversion push and Kellogg’s or Starbucks with their unbridled liberal assaults on regular Americans, simply don’t care. The politics is more important than their business. That’s good, then we don’t have to feel sorry for the people put out of work when their business hopefully tanks as a result of our response.

The video, “The Talk,” features blacks kids as the victims of white racism and oppression, with their parents having to have “the talk” to warn them and explain to them that it’s not right but they’re going to have to deal with it. It expands to include “those racist” cops who target innocent children, a teen boy coming home from band practice and a girl driving her a car.

“It’s not fair,” says one woman to her boy, as if life is fair for anyone. Another consoles her black daughter leaving for camp, telling her, “You can do anything they can. The difference is you’ve got to work twice as hard and be twice as smart.” [and have twice as big of a chip on your shoulder] Maybe the racist pigs at Procter and Gamble don’t know that there are some of us white boys who were pretty smart and hard-working, who never got a chance to go to summer camp. Who you gonna blame for that one, P & G, other “racist” white folks?

After adjusting the girl’s mirror from the passenger’s side, the mother tells her to be careful, but it’s not about her not getting a ticket, it’s about her not coming home. With mom giving her an out of adjustment mirror she should be concerned, but the implication is that the cop who is invariably going to pull her over for being a black driver is going to try to find a reason to shoot her.

It closes with the mother of the little girl in the opening telling her she’s not “pretty for a black girl” but just beautiful. She won’t be beautiful by the time she grows up, if Procter and Gamble keeps this brainwashing hate indoctrinating idiocy up. She’ll be a raging, entitled, demanding, parasite radical, the kind Obama put into vogue during his second term if they have their way – but a radical that uses their soap.

Let her use it. I’m never putting another one of their hateful bigoted products into my shopping cart again. A listing of their products can be found here. Compare it to your shopping list, and, if you’re as fired up as I am after watching this video, remove the ones that are on it forever. Show the racists behind this attack on and smearing of white people that we’re not going to just accept being insulted and demeaned as we have in the past. They’ve gone too far this time.

They get away with attacking us through our President. They’re coming after us personally now. They’re not getting away with either of them any longer with me. I’m taking away their power. They’re going down the drain, starting with the one in my kitchen, for the last time, and it begins now.

 

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19 Comments on Vile Procter and Gamble Video Attacks ALL WHITES As RACIST BULLIES Victimizing Blacks

  1. William Wallace // August 3, 2017 at 8:36 am // Reply

    After watching the video we went through our house to see what products we made by Procter & Gamble. We had most of the items that they produce. We will no longer be purchasing anything from P&G. You chose to make a commercial that is racist and detrimental to our society, my family and I cannot and will not support a company that does that.

  2. To Whom It May Concern;

    Well, P&G…you have officially lost a family of 4 for life.
    And, our extended family…of approximately 52 others.

    You just couldn’t stick to doing what you do…manufacturing products.
    Some of which are useful…others, which are not.
    All of which though, can be purchased from local competitors.

    As, a former US Marine and US Army Veteran, currently married to man that has been in Law Enforcement for well over 35 years of his life..shame on you!
    I’ve spent over 16 yrs of my adult life fighting for this great country of ours.
    My husband has sacrificed many more, serving and protecting citizens in our our wonderful state of California.
    And, as a native Southern Californian, born and raised… I cannot recall 1 single moment, where I had a problem with anyone that was a different “color” than me, sex than me or ethnicity than me…
    Yet, here we are…the year is “2017”…and I’m watching a commercial implying that a young lady, who is African American, should be “fearful” of her life, in the event she is “pulled over” by the police.
    Absolutely disgusting!

    So, if your intent was to “insult” others… well played.
    Please also note, we will from this moment on no longer rely on your services or products.
    Oh, and hopefully none of you will ever need to rely on the assistance from any of those men and women in Law Enforcement. I mean, I would truly feel horrible if you felt threatened the way those in your commercial seemed to have felt.

    …despicable ad…absolutely, despicable!

    Sincerely,

    Karen S.
    *Sent to P&C Media Dept.

  3. Mary E Cote // August 2, 2017 at 10:36 am // Reply

    Your commercial is both offensive to black and white people and it is disgusting. We have problems in our nation, but this is certainly no way to solve them. It is things like this that make the racial divide so much greater. I will never, never purchase another of your products. Shame on your company for promoting racial hatred. Your actions are beyond the pale.

  4. JUDY MAGULA // August 2, 2017 at 10:18 am // Reply

    I WILL NOW GLADLY BOYCOTT P&G PRODUCTS…THE BOYCOTT ON STARBUCKS IS WORKING ACCORDING TO REUTERS REPORT ON JULY 26TH STARBUCKS STOCKS FELL 8.3% AND THEY ARE LOOKING TO SHED 7 BILLION ….SO IF IT IS WORKING FOR STARBUCKS IT WILL WORK FOR P%G BOYCOTT!!!

  5. After 4 generations of welfare, section 8 housing and reduced school lunches and utilities, not to mention Obama phones and free schooling, what do you expect?
    We have had 4 decades of watching them burn down their own neighborhoods and be war zones of drug dealers and gang bangers.
    We will boycott this company and many others who don’t support the backbone of the country.

  6. Just bought paper towels today…..and they weren’t a P & G product. What a hateful, bigoted company you are.

  7. Ouch! My shopping cart is gonna have conniptions. Too many things are gonna have to change. There are a couple things I may have a hard time doing without, but I’ll check out generics. I checked a few things for the Proctor & Gamble name, and it’s really hard to find. Just a small circle that says P&G. But I’ll be looking for it. How about those items that say “Sold To in 19–” ? Are they still P&G?

  8. roger williams // August 1, 2017 at 8:45 pm // Reply

    About time the real story be told. We have been decripnated against sine Johnson unleashed the great society on us. Black only organizations in every corner of our lives all the while we’re called racist?
    How would it play if we were to reverse that ? Like NAAWP? WET network ? How about every show on day time tv has all but on black person on the cast and only one white person ? And he is the smartest white person in the universe ?

  9. The funny part is the Father standing behind his son with Afro mom admonishing. 80% of black kids have no father at home, either they don’t know who he is or he is an itinerant that shirks all fatherhood duties. I am only quoting Colonel Allen West who should know his community. I as a Pediatrician at the Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin 1988-1991 witnessed the birth of an entirely fatherless teen-preg black generation, and now they are the non-fathers of this BLM generation. Its so sad, and dangerous. Its all in my book https://www.amazon.com/Rage-over-Jerusalem-Yuval-Brandstetter-ebook/dp/B00RPNOSK8

  10. Time to boycott boycott boycott ,never ever will I buy another one of their products again. the true bigots are the blacks who condone this and any and ALL companies who condone it.

  11. Ellen Vento // August 1, 2017 at 1:24 pm // Reply

    My shopping cart will look a lot different from now on! I hope that all the people who are insulted and disrespected do the same.

  12. Black people represent 13% of the population and yet they commit 50% of violent crime. Blacks commit 75% of the homocides in the U.S.

    • Do those facts not entitle some people to be just a wee bit prejudiced…and a we bit wary…under certain circumstances? I think so!

      • Until things change significantly, I’ll remain both wary and prejudiced. I’m not holding my breath…

  13. I have read a lot of things that say I, because I am white, am privileged, I am a racist, I am a bigot and so much more. I am not privileged, I have worked hard all of my life on the farm and the jobs I had after the farm life. I am not a bigot or a racist, I treat people the way I want to be treated. There is good in everybody. Treat me good, you have a friend. Treat me badly, you won’t get a second chance. That goes for everyone black, white, red, yellow and so on. Also, I used to use Bounty, Crest, Cascade, Gain, Febreze, Mr. Clean, Charmin, Tide, Downy and Gillette. Please notice I said used to. Prejudging is a racist and bigoted mannerism that has drug this country down, in the past. There are twisted whites as well as twisted blacks who carry hate in their hearts because of the color of ones skin. That, my friends, is the pure and simple evil that will, if we let it, divide America and us even further. Those born in America are Americans and so are the refugees that want to assimilate into our country. As far as Proctor and Gamble, I will do everything in my power to NEVER buy another product from them again. In my opinion, not one American should buy another product from a company such as this one because of them being racist bigots!!

  14. Debra Prisk // August 1, 2017 at 11:51 am // Reply

    Already Boycotting P & G now I have another reason not to buy anything from them,

  15. Shirley Freeland // August 1, 2017 at 11:28 am // Reply

    Only thing I am using of theirs is Bounty and I will stop using it tomorrow when I restock my paper towels. These people are alienating the most of Americans – hope they suffer dearly for it.

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