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100 dollars says that detergent doesn't even wash your clothes properly.

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(05-28-2016 05:55 AM)aSimpNamedBrokeback Wrote:  I wonder if it also shrunk his penis?

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I find that ad hilarious. Maybe the ad was targeted to SJWs because their outrage serves like a marketing tool.
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So the Chinese are bootlegging Chinese people too? What can't they bootleg?

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Some good quotes from the reddit thread on this:

Quote:You're right that there is somewhat of a double standard. The difference is that in the Chinese one, the black guy was"dirty" and "unappealing" because he has dark skin even though he was a fit, good looking dude. In the Italian one, you have a guy who is purposefully unattractive and a guy who is a body builder. The body builder's skin tone only comes into play because the detergent is made for dark/colored clothes.
While the Italian commercial does expose our expectation/prejudice that black people are more athletic (at least in the US), the biggest difference is that our white skin tone hasn't historically been used to marginalise us. In contrast, there's a rich history of people marginalizing those with dark skin, even to the extent of considering them to be less human because of it.

Can't find the other one, but basically it says that the Chinese one just feels like Chinese people (the man and the woman) are ganging up and putting down another race (the "dirty black") -- two Asians laughing at one black. In the Italian one, it's more like two attractive people laughing at one unattractive person.
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I saw "racist Chinese detergent" and immediately thought of this chick. That look on her face cracks me up.


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(05-28-2016 03:06 AM)Space Cowboy Wrote:  the Chinese haven't had decades of cultural Marxist indoctrination

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I would love it if there was US based version of this ad with:

1) A good-looking dude using the washer (culturally accurate; modern US women find it oppressive to do a man's laundry now)

2) A frumpy tattooed SJW short-haired freak as the "before"

3) A feminine, long-haired women is the "after"

If I had the video production skills, I would make a parody ad right now just to watch the libtards flip the fuck out.

I don't know what I would call the detergent though...

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Honestly I don't care for either the Italian ad or this one. They both garner cheap laughs from the lowest common denominator. I'm not against them either. However, I would be thrilled to see Black Knight's suggestion of the machine forcing a SJW to turn into a feminine long-haired woman.
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What I found the most interesting about this is that they didn't pick a dark-skinned Chinese person to participate in the commercial. They used a foreigner. It's like they didn't want the commercial to hit too close to home, "so let's just choose some guy who has nothing to do with Chinese culture and will make our stuff go viral at the same time".

I bet they would have gotten in even more trouble if they picked up some tan skinned field worker from a far-off province.

This commercial isn't just an offense to African descent men, it's a loss for all of Asia. This is what African and non-African descended people are going to remember when they decide to do business with Asian culture.

"Man, these guys are racist. I guess I won't teach there."

"I guess I won't bother investing in this backwards country with backwards thinking people, then."

"Might as well not make this movie here if they're gonna be assholes to my dark skinned, major characters."

It seems that China is always taking one step forward and two steps back.

I wonder what TravelerKai's experiences have been like since this has come out. Does he get any apologies or free food or something? lol.
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Does China have a detergent that can change this:
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into this:
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(05-28-2016 09:48 AM)WalkingMan Wrote:  This commercial isn't just an offense to African descent men, it's a loss for all of Asia. This is what African and non-African descended people are going to remember when they decide to do business with Asian culture.

"Man, these guys are racist. I guess I won't teach there."

"I guess I won't bother investing in this backwards country with backwards thinking people, then."

"Might as well not make this movie here if they're gonna be assholes to my dark skinned, major characters."

It seems that China is always taking one step forward and two steps back.

I wonder what TravelerKai's experiences have been like since this has come out. Does he get any apologies or free food or something? lol.


How's all that cultural enrichment and "investment" from the middle east and North Africa working out for Europe?

Like I said before Asia is not a multicultural destination. No one is throwing out a mass invite for people of the world to settle and make a living there or to form their own foreign communities.

You can't expect people in Asia to be P.C. about these things and in fact the case is getting stronger that the worst they could do is submit to the western multuculturalist type of thinking. Protecting ones nation and ethnic boundaries will win out in the end.
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I also cosign with what TK said about placing the blame also on the black guy. He was a willing participant in this. He deserves just as much condemnation as anyone else.
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I think people should stop reading much into silly detergent commercials. This applies to both the Italian and the Chinese one.
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(05-28-2016 09:55 AM)El Chinito loco Wrote:  
(05-28-2016 09:48 AM)WalkingMan Wrote:  This commercial isn't just an offense to African descent men, it's a loss for all of Asia. This is what African and non-African descended people are going to remember when they decide to do business with Asian culture.

"Man, these guys are racist. I guess I won't teach there."

"I guess I won't bother investing in this backwards country with backwards thinking people, then."

"Might as well not make this movie here if they're gonna be assholes to my dark skinned, major characters."

It seems that China is always taking one step forward and two steps back.

I wonder what TravelerKai's experiences have been like since this has come out. Does he get any apologies or free food or something? lol.


How's all that cultural enrichment and "investment" from the middle east and North Africa working out for Europe?

Like I said before Asia is not a multicultural destination. No one is throwing out a mass invite for people of the world to settle and make a living there or to form their own foreign communities.

You can't expect people in Asia to be P.C. about these things and in fact the case is getting stronger that it's the worst they can do.

You can't compare the "cultural enrichment" of Europe and China that easily. Two wildly different countries, two different forms of "enrichment".

Asia isn't a multicultural destination but it still avidly does business with multiple cultures and countries. My examples were a bit broad, but still realistic. You can only make light of a group of people for so long before it bites you in the wallet eventually.

"You can't expect people in Asia to P.C."

It's not about being politically correct. That is an American term. It's about respect for those who are different from you.
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Advert offensiveness value multiplied by number of black guys in China.

Offensiveness level equals zero.

No issue.

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(05-28-2016 10:00 AM)WalkingMan Wrote:  Asia isn't a multicultural destination but it still avidly does business with multiple cultures and countries. My examples were a bit broad, but still realistic. You can only make light of a group of people for so long before it bites you in the wallet eventually.

"You can't expect people in Asia to P.C."

It's not about being politically correct. That is an American term. It's about respect for those who are different from you.

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I seriously doubt a laundry ad will lead to mass pullout of investment. Most of the investment is in manufacturing and export industry to begin with. One hand washes the other these days between the globalist elites of asia and the west.

Zero of which give two fucks about a mindless commercial showcasing a black dude in a washing machine.

Anyhow the most "racism" people will get when visiting most of asia is some stares and comments about the novelty of it all that would make people who grew up in the west butthurt but it's harmless.

At the end of the day no one is going to be dragging black people behind trucks or hanging people up in trees like christmas ornaments.

If racism was so extreme it's doubtful T.K. would have had the success he did there. This thread in some ways shows how even despite the red pill nature a lot of people still view the world through a multiculturalist left leaning lense. Get past that and you will see the world with much more clarity.
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(05-28-2016 09:25 AM)trian1 Wrote:  
(05-28-2016 03:06 AM)Space Cowboy Wrote:  the Chinese haven't had decades of cultural Marxist indoctrination

Wtf

Cultural Marxism doesn't exist in China, ironically enough. They're nationalist, they don't have immigration, and there's no such thing as political correctness in the modern sense.
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(05-28-2016 10:10 AM)Space Cowboy Wrote:  
(05-28-2016 09:25 AM)trian1 Wrote:  
(05-28-2016 03:06 AM)Space Cowboy Wrote:  the Chinese haven't had decades of cultural Marxist indoctrination

Wtf

Cultural Marxism doesn't exist in China, ironically enough. They're nationalist, they don't have immigration, and there's no such thing as political correctness in the modern sense.

Yes it's odd to think of it that way but it's true. China and Russia differed in this regard as well. Russia made an effort to integrate its minorities and sub nationalities into one Soviet identity.

China tended to keep those ethnic boundaries but made it mandatory to submit to the state. So a lot of minorities kept their identities but it was generally frowned upon and they were treated as almost separate nationalities in some ways.

Modern day Russia is an unraveling of those previous Soviet ideals into their own modern day nationalist and pan slavic identity.

Whereas China has always maintained that nationalist and han dominant cultural perception of itself.
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I just think there is a medium between total cuck, cultural marxist, SJW, "please come rape my country", and complete disregard for any kind of racial sensitivity whatsoever. China's no fucks given attitude in regards to ads like this is really endemic of China as a whole. It's a country that's all about the bottom line. They treat each other like shit so it's no surprise foreigners and especially Black foreigners get shitted on. That's fine because China has the juice now but that may not always be the case in the future.

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(05-28-2016 10:22 AM)the high Wrote:  I just think there is a medium between total cuck, cultural marxist, SJW, "please come rape my country", and complete disregard for any kind of racial sensitivity whatsoever. China's no fucks given attitude in regards to ads like this is really endemic of China as a whole. It's a country that's all about the bottom line. They treat each other like shit so it's no surprise foreigners and especially Black foreigners get shitted on. That's fine because China has the juice now but that may not always be the case in the future.

Racial sensitivity is a slippery slope. Everyone makes fun of everyone. Even in this thread people are ragging on asians, blacks, etc... whatever.

It's just human nature.

However it's quite another thing for me to shoot you in the head or torture you for fun based on your skin color or ethnicity just because.

In times of war these boundaries are broken down or crossed during times of extreme social stress fractures (of which Europe will probably face in the future again) but in most cases "racial sensitivity" is nonsense.

At our social level all respect is earned based on the person as an individual based on their actual actions and personality anyhow.
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Also as an aside when you're in the game as a Black man you start to realize the correlation between girls fucking you and actually liking Black people as a conglomerate can often be very small or even non-existant.

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Chinese and Sub Saharan African relations at the state and personal level are going to be interesting in the next 100 years. They're so diametrically different culturally and politically, yet share some of the most common undesirable traits (corruption, indifference to fellow citizens, hierarchal societal structure). Maybe 10 years ago I would've said China could potentially have colonized Africa in the future, but with Africa's population boom that's not going to happen barring any black swan events.

There's only going to be more interaction between these societies and cultures. The little racist incidents will always occur. Every so often there's some Chinese businessman that gets caught doing something anti-black/anti-african or unscrupulous in Africa, then gets arrested, and subsequently deported (sometimes not even to the right country).

Then you get China itself, not the most black friendly place. Every so often Chinese police will detain africans who've overstayed their visas, rough them up, and deport them (sometimes it might kill a man or two). Then there will be riot. An african country will respond in kind by rounding up some Chinese labourers, miners, or businessmen, throw some charges on them and toss them out by the thousands.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/ju...oldminers.

In 2013 Ghana and Beijing got into a tit for tat over deportations, and counter deportations, while both countries were still working closely when it comes to investment and infrastructure. A classic case of hold your nose and work together for a common goal.

China needs Africa's resources (not just gold or oil, but access to arable land too), and Africa's countries badly need any form of infrastructure investment to rev up their industries and support their growing populations. But both societies are proud, and neither will take kindly to blatant disrespect and racist indiscretions. Ultimately governments on both sides will over the long term try to get their peasants to smooth out relations so they can keep the money flowing.

Nothing worse than racism and blind nationalism getting in the way of making money. And one thing both Africans and Chinese love doing is making money. No matter how greasy the method is.
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(05-28-2016 10:54 AM)DjembaDjemba Wrote:  Chinese and Sub Saharan African relations at the state and personal level are going to be interesting in the next 100 years. They're so diametrically different culturally and politically, yet share some of the most common undesirable traits (corruption, indifference to fellow citizens, hierarchal societal structure). Maybe 10 years ago I would've said China could potentially have colonized Africa in the future, but with Africa's population boom that's not going to happen barring any black swan events.

There's only going to be more interaction between these societies and cultures. The little racist incidents will always occur. Every so often there's some Chinese businessman that gets caught doing something anti-black/anti-african or unscrupulous in Africa, then gets arrested, and subsequently deported (sometimes not even to the right country).

Then you get China itself, not the most black friendly place. Every so often Chinese police will detain africans who've overstayed their visas, rough them up, and deport them (sometimes it might kill a man or two). Then there will be riot. An african country will respond in kind by rounding up some Chinese labourers, miners, or businessmen, throw some charges on them and toss them out by the thousands.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/ju...oldminers.

In 2013 Ghana and Beijing got into a tit for tat over deportations, and counter deportations, while both countries were still working closely when it comes to investment and infrastructure. A classic case of hold your nose and work together for a common goal.

China needs Africa's resources (not just gold or oil, but access to arable land too), and Africa's countries badly need any form of infrastructure investment to rev up their industries and support their growing populations. But both societies are proud, and neither will take kindly to blatant disrespect and racist indiscretions. Ultimately governments on both sides will over the long term try to get their peasants to smooth out relations so they can keep the money flowing.

Nothing worse than racism and blind nationalism getting in the way of making money. And one thing both Africans and Chinese love doing is making money. No matter how greasy the method is.

In my opinion things will continue as they are indefinitely. Despite the media hype China is actually not all powerful. China can't even contain regional dissent in its own backyard.

China is dealing with Africa in a much more peer like fashion than it would seem on the surface. This means there will be give and take balancing out over time with regards to this. Right now China has a slight upper hand but it will balance out if various african nations it deals with currently advance to the next level.

A true colonial relationship is mostly about supplanting the local authority and extraction of resources in a way where the natives benefit little to nothing from it. It's patently untrue that Africa does not benefit...the elites certainly benefit in various African countries but the problem is bad governance. People cry exploitation when actually the problems are mostly internal and already endemic within those nations before they ever did business with China.

Just look at the relationship between other commodities nations and China. Canada, Australia, and Brazil have profited handsomely off China's rise. The reason is..good governance.

edit: OK maybe not so much Brazil when it comes to good governance but the middle class certainly did benefit in some ways from a real trickle down effect from the commodities boom.
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