Is this really 'politically uncorrect' ?!

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  1. Gabriel92

    Gabriel92 Regular Member

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    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.

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    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 ?

     
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  3. Brood Father

    Brood Father Regular Member

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    Simple advise to whomsoever is the author , you don't like it don't watch it or even better create your own ad ..

    Politically correct is nothing but a lingo used by unimportant good for nothing dimwitt who gets offemded at the drop of hat ...
     
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    I am glad @Gabriel92 you guys are facing similar $hitsorm, which your brethren (as in westerners NGO, Church) promoted in our country against our indigenous people & cultures, under the facade of "liberalism", "socialism" & "secularism". Karma indeed.
     
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    When are you guys going to make bharat ... sorry Hindustan,an indu nation ? Time to kick out all muslims and christians,i'd say.
     
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    airtel Senior Member Senior Member

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    actually common westerners are not spreading "liberalism", "socialism" & "secularism" , it is their elites ..............
    they are destroying these well developed societies .
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    @Gabriel92, if the article is about French kids in general, the picture should be of kids who represent the majority of the French population.

    BTW, I love the idea that this stupid Burkini event was cancelled. Be tolerant, but only towards those that are tolerant.

    My motto is simple: Treat others the way you want to be treated. This is a polite way of saying, if you treat me badly, I will treat you badly. :)
     
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    It starts getting discriminatory if others are excluded on purpose. Demanding that every ad be politically correct is silly.
     
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    So far it seems one-sided. Muslims are being discriminated against, their countries are being invaded, their children killed, their resources stolen. Yet Muslims flaunting their religion is the biggest problem.o_O
     
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    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    @Gabriel92 :
    These ideas originate in the West. And you guys have been more than happy to propound your ideas everywhere (along with your bombs.)
    You mean to say, you don't like the taste of your own medicine? :confused:
    Old saying: What goes around, comes around.
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    No, it's not about Muslims alone. Blind faith is a problem with many religions, including Hindus. I think the problem is that with some Muslims, such as a Wahhabis, it is problem at a much larger scale, and it gets a lot of attention for all the wrong reasons.

    So, Muslims want to wear burqa or burkini in France, but Saudi Arabia won't let women wear bikinis. Sounds fair to you?
     
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    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    KSA doesn't claim "Liberté, Equalité, Fraternité" and other blah blah, do they?
    The french republic does.

    I don't know much about this burkini incident, but if it was a private party, then it is ok?
    In KSA if you have the blessing of a elite, a lot of things can happen in private, let alone bikinis ;)
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    No, KSA does not say "Liberté," but the French Republic does, and therefore, they clamped down on this so called Burkini Party because it would have prevented others from being in a bikini on that day. Basically they were enforcing their "Liberté" concept. BTW, this was more of a threat given by the locals than the government doing something. I like the spirit of the people. The government probably would have mollycoddled them. The only place where their "Liberté" is misplaced is when they try to liberate a country from a tyrant only to have it taken over by a bigger tyrant. :)
     
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    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    So I'm guessing this burkini party (sure gonna be one lame party) was supposed to take place on a public beach or something?
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    Yes.
    Source: https://www.rt.com/news/355266-france-burqini-party-ban/
     
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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    LOL, just inverse in happening.
    Look at any riot.:D
    And still, only problems is with Muslims, not any other religion.
    That even Sunnis, Shias and Sufis are rare.
    Muslims didn't flaunt their religion and terrorism because of these things, these things happened cuz of flaunting religion killing people.
    Otherwise, what do you think, do Muslims have horns on head, tail at back and feet rotated towards inverse?:devil:
    If no, there's something wrong with them.
    @OneGrimPilgrim @Ancient Indian
     
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    aditya10r PHAK MU LUCK Senior Member

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    butthurt spotted...................................................................
     
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    Ancient Indian Unplugged Version Senior Member

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    Ignore him. Waste of bandwidth, discussing anything with him.
    His shameless defence of his favourite religion gives enough headache.

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    What is wrong with the world?
    Bathing is supposed to clean the body. Not about wetting cloths. Retard muslim women.
     
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    If this didn't cause any uproar in the civilian and political sphere,I don't think it would have been cancelled.The mayor (a leftist) cancelled it,to calm everyone,cuz nobody knew it would take such proportions. And because there were death threats against the organizers. A victory again. Women are fighting not to wear any similar thing around the world and we are going to tolerate this ?

    It was on a private water park. It has been privatized for one day for this "event",but has been cancelled to calm everyone and because the organizers received death threats and letters with bullets,lol.
     
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    So damn sexy..... :pound: :pound:

    Ancient, to be fair though, bathing in sea or swimming pool will not clean one's body either.
     
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    Even if you tell them you shouldn't wear such things for hygiene reasons,you are islamophobic !!
     

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