Shop right – buy white

The hostile elite leaves no stones unturned in order to impose racial diversity upon once white societies.  Their choices of models on product packaging is one measure of manufacturer’s “commitment to diversity”.  The fact that most American products still depict white models is encouraging and shows that those in charge of marketing recognize that eliminating whites altogether from their packaging would alienate too many customers.  In other words, many whites still possess some sort of racial awareness even if it is only at a subconscious level.  Otherwise, we would probably see no white faces on product packaging; they would all be “people of color”.
When we are shopping for breakfast cereal and come upon a choice such as this:

… which product should we purchase?  The correct answer is, of course, the one on the right.  When we are shopping for diapers and encounter the following choice:

… which one should we purchase?  That’s correct!  The one on the right.  We can rest assured that many blacks would, in both cases, pick the products on the left because they identify with their own race.
Race-conscious shopping is not a sign of hatred toward other races.  It is a way each of us can rebel against the forces of evil, which are plotting extermination against whites.  So we are not showing disdain for blacks but rather for the powers that be and their agenda.  A black might say it is our way of “stickin’ it to the MAN”.
So, next time you’re out shopping, don’t just look for the best deal.  Look for ways to shop white and “stick it to the MAN”.

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9 Responses to Shop right – buy white

  1. Kanon says:

    Agree with this fully. I make a point of not buying a company with “diverse” or “multicultural” packaging. If I have no choice I search for nondiverse packaging from that company. If no choice is present I think really hard if I need the item at all.

  2. Janelle says:

    For several years now, my husband and I have been purchasing products that reflect our identity.
    It used to be easy, but advertisers have increased their efforts to cram “the joys of racial and ethnic multiculturalism” down our collective throats.
    If we have to stare at advertising on a cereal box – it should feature a person who looks like us.

  3. Charles says:

    I agree whites should not buy products that promote multi-racialism.
    Another way we can help our cause would be to refrain from going to see films or purchasing/renting films which depict whites in a negative way or have a race mixing message in them. That includes pretty much all films today.
    I can think of several films I have read about (for the record I never watch TV and I never rent or buy movies) which openly promote race mixing. One of them “Greta” was about a beautiful young white girl who becomes infatuated with a black ex-con and begins a relationship with him. The new “Karate Kid” features an interacial kissing scene between a little Chinese girl and a black. I am told the “Disney Channel” used to feature constant music videos of little black boys dancing with little white girls, it probably still does. Children are very impressionable and responsible parents must inform them about race from an early age.
    It would seem that movies are becoming more and more anti white and more openly in favor of interacial relationships. In the last “Star Trek” a young Kirk expresses interest in a black woman.
    I think we could also make a case that these films are lacking in entertainment or educational value and are unworthy of our time apart from their disgusting anti white agenda.
    We need to reject all forms of “entertainment” in my opinion which fund our enemies and work against our goals. This would include musicians, magazines, and books that promote anti-white activity as well.

  4. Bay Area Guy says:

    Well, how exactly would I go about buying white?

  5. Mark J says:

    Funny, but I bet even ethnics would prefer the products with white people on them. Asians certainly do in China judging by the number of Caucasians in their advertising. I’d love to see a study on it.

  6. Joseph says:

    If I remember correctly, Life used to use models of different ethnicities for their different versions. The regular cereal had the white kid, and the cinnamon had the brown kid. Then, they added some other versions and it seemed for a time that they were using Asians and Hispanics as the new model lot. Now, they throw everyone together — I suppose that it was discriminatory to paint black kids as cinnamon children and white kids as the standard.
    Do you remember this? Maybe I’m wrong about the marketing, but that is how it seemed to me.

    • jewamongyou says:

      I don’t remember it – but then again, I was not looking for it either. If there was some rhyme or reason for Life to assign different ethnicities to their different cereals (based, for instance, on their skin color matching the hue of the cereal) then I would have no problem with it. In fact, I would even consider it rather clever.

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