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The UK Christmas adverts 2017

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What appears to be the common theme here?

Debenhams  (A big UK department store)


M&S (A big UK department store)


Morrisons - UK supermarket



John Lewis (Upper class department store)


Tesco (UK supermarket)


So just to quickly summarise.

John Lewis:  Love at first sight - White woman with black man
M&S: Race mixed family  - White woman with black man
Morrisons:  Race mixed family - White man with black woman
John Lewis:  Race mixed family - White woman with black man
Tesco:  All races, including Muslims celebrate Christmas.


You might be surprised to read that in our last census 2011, black people only accounted for 3.3% of the population, 86% being white.  

So you have to ask yourself, why the above adverts?  Even if every one of those 3% were involved in a mixed race relationship this would only account for 6% - which obviously is not the case.  So why is every advert of huge companies targeted at very small groups that therefore do not buy the majority of their products?   Its even more strange with M&S and John Lewis,  as these are more expensive shops which are 99% filled with white customers.

It seems I am not alone in finding it strange, some of the comments:-

"Politically correct social engineering and it seems that those of us that object to brainwashing techniques are racist"

"Looking at all the adverts on TV and other media, am I still living in England?"

And on YouTube  "Does every Christmas ad this year have to promote race mixing?"

"Of COURSE it's a white mother with a black dad. I mean. Of COURSE it is!"

"Anyone else absolutely sick of this virtue signalling from all advertisers? This is not an advert, it's anti white propaganda."


Update.    Tesco faces backlash for "Racist advert" with many shoppers vowing to boycott the store.


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