Here's an ad poster about french clothes brand (called Jacadi) for children just before the start of the school year. You might ask,what's wrong there ? It's just an ad,is there any problem. YES. According to the Hunffingtonpost,according to 'Samir Hammal' (yeah...) this ad is too politically uncorrect,because the children are blond. Because they are 'made in france'. In the article of this picture,he's upset,because this ad is 'too french',because it's not a mix,because there's no black,because there's no mixed,because there's no arab. He compares it with you know.... the posters from the nazi era. He's also upset because when he goes to their website,what did he find ? Yes. A blond boy,not a black or whatsoever. He argues that the big clothes brand almost never use 'mixed kids' and that's racist. As if being white was racist. Isn't that discrimination against blond/light haired people ? Why are so much people butthurt ? Is that really politically uncorrect ?