Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by Tank, Oct 18, 2010.
What a weird, sick, racist commercial. What language was that, Tank?
I think it's India,
but what is wrong with someone wanting to be white?
It sure didn't sound like Hindi. I would have guessed Dutch, not that I really know.
Obviously I cannot judge the voice-over, but the images suggest that a dark skinned woman is rejected by her friends, the general public and airline security. Not exactly a wholesome message for anyone to hear.
I guess we all wonder what life would like if we were another ethnicity. Does this company makes a gel that can change a white woman into an Indian one, and do we get that gorgeous blue-black hair too?
I am squating under one mother fucking unforgiving hole in the Ozone Layer.
I want to learn how to become black in nine days.
My goals are much simplier...I have no butt and I can't sing. I'd love to try on being Aretha Franklin for awhile, see how that feels.
Being dark has historically meant that you work outdoors for your living while being light has mean that you are rich and live in doors so it's the look most people want.
And I don't know why some of you are complaining, isn't this the "multi-culturalism" that you all think we need?
It took Michael Jackson a lot longer than 9 days, but he got there.
LOL...when did I call for people to alter their appearance, Mad Scientist?
The "history" you cite no longer applies. In the US, being dark means you have the leisure time to tan....or the money to make it seem as if you have. Ladies have not worn gloves and hats in public in like, sixty years.
Yes and what a picture of mental health he was, too!
As they say, black is beautiful.
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