Volvo Cars ad in U.S. versus in Poland

10 May

BTW, N.B.: The linked story doesn’t mention race, but just look at the ads…


11 responses to “Volvo Cars ad in U.S. versus in Poland

  1. Sean

    May 10, 2019 at 7:27 pm

    The post that got Heartiste whacked.

  2. feeriker

    May 10, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    I’m betting that the ad run in the U.S. was run in Sweden too.

  3. Doktor Jeep

    May 10, 2019 at 8:28 pm

    It was a post about that very article and image that got Heartiste shoa’d

    • Will S.

      May 10, 2019 at 9:12 pm

      I hope mine slips under the radar…

  4. Capt. John Smith

    May 10, 2019 at 9:08 pm

    The Polish version pushed the agenda too, only in a more subtle way. Look at the man. He could be a darker Pole-hell, there’s olive-skinned native Swedes=but he could also be southern European, and he could also be middle eastern. Maybe the woman divorced the boy’s biological father to get with a man from Iran. The fact that the man’s ethnicity is open to interpretation is the key.
    Wanna know something that’s weird? I’ve tried and failed to put this comment on Information Liberation and Love Wins. What the hell? I’m not breaking any rules and I am expressing similar views to other comments. They don’t even know me and won’t give me a chance. To me it indicates that they are controlled or that I am being blocked by someone apart from them. Either way, it indicated that the internet is far more controlled even than we think we already know. But I’m still wondering why me, specifically, out of all the commenters? Maybe they DO know me, but that still begs the question of why I specifically would be excluded from commenting. It’s all weirdworld.

    • Will S.

      May 10, 2019 at 9:13 pm

      I did notice the slightly darker hue of the man in the Polish ad.

      Curious, your being blocked from that site…

      • Capt. John Smith

        May 13, 2019 at 8:46 am

        I just checked Information Liberation and my comment is still not up.

        I posted basically the same comment on
        While allowed and replied to, his reply doesn’t make sense to me . You may see for yourself if interested. He seems to be someone who sees everything in terms of winning and losing arguments. Either that or he has to act that way in order to hide the fact that he’s a shill.

        I won’t be bothering to go back there as a commenter either as Capt. John Smith or anyone else.

        You may also be interested to know about another failed attempt of mine to participate in a debate in which I thought I was among friends. I’m kicking myself for not remembering where this is, but there was an article about a week ago in a manosphere blog about the dangers of so-called smart devices. I remarked that it has always struck me as strange that no apparent effort has ever been made to make small, portable refrigerators commercially available-say about the size of an esky, for camping etc. In this day and age, we still have to buy ice. I commented that surely many people would be interested in such an item, and in any case, people largely want what they’re told to want, so selling them wouldn’t be a problem.

        I contrasted the complete lack of this kind of refrigerator with the mania for adding, completely unnecessary connectivity to refrigerators and selling that as something novel. A dumb small fridge is not desired by the elites because it doesn’t give them as much control over people as a normal-sized smart fridge, since if you control food you control people.

        I waited many hours because I didn’t want to jump to conclusions.

        Didn’t. Get. Put. Up.


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