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01/22/2019 / By Ethan Huff
In case you missed it, Procter & Gamble men’s shaving brand Gillette went full libtard recently with the release of an anti-male commercial entitled, “We Believe” that takes aim specifically at white men, dubbing them all as being afflicted with a disease called “toxic masculinity” that has to be “shaved” for the betterment of society.
As reported by InfoWars.com, the ad in question portrays white males of various ages engaging in various behaviors that have to be “corrected” by women and non-white males – arguably the most blatant display of anti-white, anti-male sexism and racism to date by a major American corporation.
The whole ridiculous commercial is a tribute to the leftist-popularized “#MeToo” movement, which really got the ball rolling in villainizing all men as sexual predators who abuse women all the time – as well as set the precedent that anytime a woman accuses a man of “assaulting” or “harassing” her, she’s to be automatically believed.
When asked to provide a statement about the controversial affront to men and masculinity, Gillette’s North American brand manager, Pankaj Bhalla, defended it as somehow taking “a realistic look” at what he believes is “happening today” in America.
Bhalla went on to contend that his anti-male, anti-white corporation is “aiming to inspire change by acknowledging that the old saying ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ is not an excuse.” He further stated that “we want to hold ourselves to a higher standard, and hope all the men we serve will come along on that journey to find our ‘best’ together.”
The problem, of course, is that only white men were depicted in the ad as engaging in behaviors that Gillette finds to be “toxic,” illustrating the fact that Bhalla, and Indian man with brown skin, and his colleagues who made the decision to allow this toxic ad to air are racist against white men specifically.
Truth be told, there’s no such thing as “toxic masculinity” – but there is, however, such a thing as toxic feminism. And this toxic feminism is rapidly breeding a toxic American society, where boys can no longer be boys, and are expected to become girls – or at least cater to girls and their every whim.
The fact that Gillette sees nothing wrong with attacking white males, and considers doing so holding itself to a “higher standard,” shows just how evil and decrepit America has become in 2019.
“The cultural attack of men by the left has gotten so intense that now even growing facial hair is considered ‘toxic masculinity,'” writes Jamie White for InfoWars.com, illustrating this point.
The good news, though, is that millions of Americans are finally waking up to the fact that unseen entities behind the curtain, so to speak, are deliberately engineering this anti-male, anti-white sentiment for obviously nefarious purposes – to destroy the nuclear family, for one, as well as to empower toxic feminists to take over and eliminate male behavior and influence from American society.
“I’ll use double edge blades, razors, and products from better companies and continue celebrating being a man,” one man commented at InfoWars.com, clearly disgusted with Gillette’s assault against white men. “There is nothing better than a female wife, a manly man, and a nuclear family.”
You can also keep up with the latest assaults on everything good and wholesome by the Left Cult at LiberalMob.com.
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