Madison Avenue’s Uniformity of Diversity

Here’s a very typical TV commercial these days, which reflects the elite view of the future.  It’s a Hewlett-Packard tie-in with the next Star Trek movie, but either they didn’t want to pay for the real actors or the real actors wouldn’t have presented the right sort of diversity.

The ad features a tall black man as the captain, leading a crew of light-skinned people.  The crew is mostly women.  There may be some white men in the back of the crowd, but the one man near the front who speaks — perhaps the beta to the black man’s alpha — appears to be Asian.

This is what diversity in advertising has come to.  It’s gone way past trying to achieve some sort of racial quota or equality, and created an artificial world where normal white men almost don’t exist unless they’re needed to look bad so a woman or a black man can look good by comparison.  In an ad which is set in the future, they’re free to portray their ideal mix: a black leader who is definitely not at all the result of affirmative action, with a large harem of women, plus a few beta males (eunuchs?) to make sure some actual work gets done.  Sounds like a federal government office today, coming to your corporation tomorrow.

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7 thoughts on “Madison Avenue’s Uniformity of Diversity

  1. This obsession by those on the Alt Right about non-whites, and their alleged social-sexual rank, in commercials is quite humorous.

    “It’s gone way past trying to achieve some sort of racial quota or equality, and created an artificial world where normal white men almost don’t exist unless they’re needed to look bad so a woman or a black man can look good by comparison.”

    And how does this portrayal DIRECTLY and NEGATIVELY impact you, your family, and your livelihood?

  2. One post is an obsession? Sell your shaming lies elsewhere.

    It directly and negatively impacts people if every time they see someone who looks like them on TV, that person is portrayed as a hapless fool. That’s why there was such a push to get positive portrayals of blacks on TV in the first place. Now it’s been reversed, so whatever damage was supposedly being done to blacks by negative portrayals in the past, is now being done to whites.

    Also, it’s never good to teach people (of any race) that reality is something other than it is.

  3. “One post is an obsession? Sell your shaming lies elsewhere.”

    Did I state specifically one post, or this post in particular? No, YOU offered that characterization. Certainly there are other blog postings out there by the Alt Right that discusses how non-whites in commercials are put on a higher social-sexual plane than what reflects “race reality”.

    “It directly and negatively impacts people if every time they see someone who looks like them on TV, that person is portrayed as a hapless fool.”

    And I thought MPAI, so if that be the case, they would lack the required intellectual sophistication to discern that the white man on television is now being typecasted as low T, SJW entryist. Moreover, your “objection” was based on YOUR interpretation on how other people may think and feel when watching these commercials. You can only speculate whether or not it is a psychological detriment.

    “That’s why there was such a push to get positive portrayals of blacks on TV in the first place.”

    Probably because the portrayals of blacks on TV had been stereotypical.

    “Now it’s been reversed, so whatever damage was supposedly being done to blacks by negative portrayals in the past, is now being done to whites.”

    Talk about “shaming” and “playing the victim card”.

  4. Sounds like a federal government office today, coming to your corporation tomorrow.

    I’ve got news for you, brother: it’s already arrived at our corporations. Since the purpose of these is no longer to produce goods or services for profit, but to serve as fiduciary shells to be raped and exploited by the executive kleptoligarchy (and to serve as vehicles for the State’s dystopian fiats), more and more “dummy actors” (i.e., entities that produce nothing useful but are good for political propaganda purposes) are being added, often at the expense of the few genuinely productive bodies that remain.

    This won’t end well. Expect the most productive and profitable corporations of the near future to be entirely non-American.

  5. A local college in my area has done this with their banner, which all students who log into the website are forced to see. A black scientist by himself in the lab, a group of five female graduates, with a beta simp peering proudly from behind. I think they are trying to continue pushing this agenda until it becomes true in some way.

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