It's not Digiorno, it's afrocentrism

People are so used to seeing black males idolized, and elevated above all other demographics, that they don’t even notice it anymore. Their subconscious has been conditioned to equate “diversity” with the worship of black males. I believe that corporations promote this partly out of economic necessity (depicting black men as anything less than top dog might bring lawsuits or boycotts) and partly out of a sick sense of ethnomasochism.
Most people don’t notice this subliminal propaganda, but I do. Here’s an example I spotted just today, while shopping at Winco:
winco prop
The black man is in the center, taking the dominant position. He’s the one holding the ball, and he’s the one positioned next to the white women. The lone white man is farthest from the white women. He doesn’t care; he’s too busy worshiping black male athletes.
As for the Asian man, he’s the only one whose torso is obscured. It’s almost as if he was added as an afterthought, and he stands behind the other men, more toward the white man – so that the two non-black men are the only ones standing behind the letters “NO.”
Notice that it’s only the black man and the white women wearing sports jerseys. They’re part of “the team.” White men, and Asian men (apparently) are not part of “Team Diversity.”

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26 Responses to It's not Digiorno, it's afrocentrism

  1. You’re right, it’s now subliminal for most people, although it just strengthens the resolve of those of us awakened enough to look out for these sneaky insults to our race and/or gender.
    The ubiquitous nature of these insults in advertising is not because all corporations have fallen under the control of the PC police but rather because most advertising, especially TV advertising, is outsourced to agencies who are not instructed in detail about races, sexes, positioning etc and so add in the mind bending on their own initiative – the client corporation may be goy but the advertising agencies are controlled by you know who — all of them!
    In your picture it’s worth noting additionally that the blonde (therefore 100% goy) girl has been captured with a manic facial expression. This picture will have been selected from hundreds taken. The dark-haired girl, possibly even a YKW girl, is depicted with a much calmer more pleasant expression.
    Sometimes they even mange to sneak in some Zionist symbology. I can’t see any in your picture but it might be there if you look close enough.

  2. Once you go black, you go broke. Enjoy the collapse.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Reuben, if you’re going on a witchhunt, you’re going to find witches. Apparently to you and the WNs, everything is an anti-White conspiracy.

    • jewamongyou says:

      You would have a point if we would sometimes see white men being in the dominant position, with black men in the sidelines – but we don’t.

      • Anonymous says:

        What are you going to do about it? Advertisers can make photos of that if they want. If you were to get all your wishes to come true America would have to become a totalitarian state. You would literally have to ban non-Whites and White women from appearing in ads.
        Digiornos is not forcing you to buy their pizzas. If you dislike it, don’t look at it or buy it.

      • Robert Marchenoir says:

        Nice standard leftist rhetoric :
        1. You’re lying. What you complain about does not exist.
        2. OK, you’re right, it does exist, but how will you change it ? You can’t. We run the show, we won’t let you.
        Actually, the middle part, that which acknowledges leftist lies and admits reality, never happens. Leftists go straight from “you’re lying” to “never mind, there’s nothing you can do about it”.
        Which is but another lie, of course.
        The “funny” thing being how quickly leftists assume defeat and go from step 1 to step 2, letting everybody know how little they care about truth. It’s not about truth, it’s about power. Of course, we knew that right from the start, but it’s nice to be vindicated.

    • aaron says:

      Robert hits the nail right on the head. It’s not hard to expose leftist lies if you have some intelligence and backbone. Confronting leftist power, however, is a bit trickier…

  4. You could be right – but then again you could be reading too much into this. From the point of view of composition I would put the black man at the centre, just as I would put a white man at the centre in a photo containing four blacks. I’m sure this would make blacks complain about white-centricism but it would nonetheless be my way of arranging things. That said, I know practically nothing about composition. The bit about standing in front of ‘NO’ I thought was stretching things. Still, as I said, I suppose you could be right.

  5. jewamongyou says:

    Re: anonymous,
    Yes, companies may depict whatever they want in their ads. But, like any other social, policy, issue, the first step in solving it is to bring attention to it. To make people aware that it exists. That’s exactly what I’m doing here.

  6. countenance says:

    As if this is representative of any real world Super Bowl big game parties.

  7. countenance says:

    It figures. We are simply not allowed to notice something and make social commentary about it without some dweeb dork liberal/libertarian ideological cultist trying to hijack the comment section with his precious ideological cult hobby horses.

  8. sestamibi says:

    The white guy is wearing a sport jersey too, but it’s obscured by his flannel shirt.

    • Zimriel says:

      The blonde female might even be the only white person in the tableau. And that’s assuming no bleach.
      The two males on the sideline, being blocked by the coloured guy, may or may not be white; but they’re white enough to be shunted aside. And as such they don’t deserve to wear the jersey. So they’ll wear it but in a subordinate manner.

  9. sestamibi says:

    PS. I agree with you in general about the worship of all things black in our society today, but I’m not getting that just from this display. It looks to me that the images are simply strung together and the impression I get is that all the folks portrayed are not all together at the same time.

    • This is undoubtedly true; the blonde girl is much bigger than all the others. It’s unlikely the models ever even met each other.

    • jewamongyou says:

      I agree, but what matters here is how they are presented to the public. It doesn’t matter whether or not they were actually together for the shoot; they’re shown together in this way.

      • I agree. Whether or not they were photographed together originally isn’t important. The fact is that the black man is in the center of the ad. The white man is positioned so that he appears lower than all the others in the ad. The black man is positioned in a way that he almost appears to be ushering the two women away from the white and asian man!
        The fact that almost every ad that features a group of people promotes an anti-white agenda or seeks to diminish whites convinces me that this wasn’t an accident. The popular culture celebrates black males and attacks, mocks, or diminishes white males. This ad is a perfect illustration of it.

  10. Lon Spector says:

    As you all know, a blizzard occurred on the east coat a few days ago.
    I saw a news story about a Norweigan family that got stranded on
    Long Island. A mother, father, and daughter. They were very attractive
    people. Every Aryan’s dream. They stood tall and ramrod straight. They
    towered over the female reporter asking the questions.
    They said they were here to drop off their daughter to study at
    Stony Brook University as an “exchange” student. The daughter spoke
    perfect unaccented english. I wanted to scream through the T.V. set,
    “Don’t do it! You don’t know what you’re letting your daughter in for.
    Beautiful, swelvet, tall. Who is going to satisfy her needs? What type
    of “exhanges” is she going to be encouraged to have? And with whom?
    I read a news article about a Swedish woman who was arrested for
    child neglect. It seems that she was dining with black American father
    of her baby. She left the baby unattended outside the resterant as they
    do in Sweden. It was a cultural “misunderstanding. She wasn’t the first Nordic
    woman to bring back a black baby from America. The Norweigan
    girl’s parents given the current brainwashing climate, shouldn’t be surprised
    what their “Exchange Student Daughter” brings back.

  11. Erik Sieven says:

    My view: The antiracists never meant diversity. All the do is look out who is the most aggressive, strong guy around – which happens to be either a black one or a muslim one – and then bow to him. That is what is was all about from the beginning, and it is still like that.

  12. A. Pierce says:

    The Super Bowl is the height of childish vulgarity. Jared Taylor had a good piece about why he dislikes it.

  13. Robert Marchenoir says:

    Besides, the guy on the far right (did I say far right ?…) does not even look that white to me. I’d posit there’s no white male on that cutout.

  14. BX says:

    If the guy on the right ain’t plain white, then I’d like to know what the alternative is…

  15. New-Zealander says:

    Firstly the guy on the far right is white. Don’t be stupid. End of discussion.
    Secondly, I m not too sure about the photograph analysis but for me it raises interesting points. Why on tv and advertising do we always see black men and white woman coupled? It seems strange to me because it doesn’t represent reality and feels contrived. It’s for this reason I get why people imagine there is a conspiracy. I m personally not sure about that and don’t go in for conspiracy theories. They generally far too complicated to be realistic. But it certainly makes you think: why the obequity of the bm and ww pairing in media? I think it’s advertising and broadcasters trying to be PC and perhaps this formula works so they don’t change it. It’s become normal.

  16. icareviews says:

    The choreography is subliminally sexual, almost to the point of being overt. The black man’s rigid arm with the football at the end of it serves as an erect, albeit oddly misshapen penis at the gates of the abstract orifice formed by the cheering white girl’s arms.

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