You're Not Going To Have A Problem With This New Cheerios Commecial Are You?
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You're Not Going To Have A Problem With This New Cheerios Commecial Are You?


UH OH! They’re back!

America’s favorite interracial family from that controversial

Cheerios commercial last spring is back in a new

spot for the cereal, which will make its broadcast premiere on this Sunday’s Super Bowl football game. The first

time that Cheerios has ever had a commercial shown during the event.

As you will recall back in May, I wrote a piece (HERE) about

the first Cheerios commercial, which was already generating a lot

of talk at the time of the post. The piece drew literally hundreds of comments. Most were

favorable, but others weren’t too thrilled, to put it very mildly.

However one commenter who called himself Castigator stood

out by saying that the commercial really bothered him because:

“The more white women flock

to non-whites from the other tribes, the less white women there will be for our

white sons… We are mad because we don’t want to lose our white women, because

we are attracted to them and want them to be our wives, because we simply

aren’t attracted to other women. …The problem is that a growing number of white

ladies are taking liberalism to a horrific extreme. They are ashamed of being

white, they hate white men, and they feel they need to contribute to a better

future and make up for past wrongs committed by white man by literally bringing

about a white genocide.”

Can’t top that. Though I wonder what he will say about

this new commercial. Probably not much at all since his head will explode once

he sees it.

But I have to ask you like I did last time, do you have a problem

with the new spot yourself? Will it be as controversial as the first one? What do you say?

Take a look:

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