Sunday, December 27, 2015

Is Tylenol endorsing terror? -

Tylenol wants you to know that multiculturalism is the new norm. Just look at their commercials.

In a mind-bending video we learn that 'family' means whatever the ad execs want is to mean. It could be a gay couple, a soldier surprising his family, an inter-racial family, or a woman wearing a hijab being hugged by her misogynist husband who may have consummated their marriage when she was nine year old.

While we would be the last to disparage freedom of association — you may hang with whomever you choose — we will be first to object to Madison Avenue cramming multiculturalism down our throats.

While the media are promoting the world's largest, oldest, and deadliest hate group — Islam — it is excluding other cultures from its multicultural mix. While we see a smiling Muslim woman wearing a hijab, we don't see a smiling white woman wearing a white pointy Ku Klux Klaan hood.

What's up with that?

Tylenol apparently wants us to feel warm and fuzzy by folding Islam into it field of families we are to accept. It doesn't want us to feel warm and fuzzy about other alleged hate groups.

Be mindful that since Sept. 11, 2001 Islam has committed 27,497 terror attacks. The Klan tally is zero. So why not include a white-robed family in the mix? Why not include a cute neo-Nazi brood hugging and kissing with a tiny tot decked out in an SS uniform? There are, after all, moderate Klansters and Nazi just as there are moderate Muslims.

While the media are selling  us on multiculturalism, they are demonizing Southern white people. Ask Paula Deen.

Are there any Southern white people on television?

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