Old Commercials That Would Be “Politically Incorrect” Today (Video)

These commercials actually were pretty much spot on with the truth. The Kool Aid Kids in Japan is fun. It’s also fun to see Fred Flintstone take a Winston cigarette break. Marriage, ethnicity, sex roles, and more are seen in stark contrast to what is allowed today.

Less than 15 minutes. Which one is your favorite?

Published on May 2, 2017

There was nothing wrong with these TV ads at the time. But they wouldn’t air in these “Oh, wait, I’m offended” days.

7 thoughts on “Old Commercials That Would Be “Politically Incorrect” Today (Video)

  1. Love these non-PC commercials. Reflected Murica when it was sane and us evil YT’s did not give a sh*t about colored people.

  2. All libtard teachers & school boards should be tied up for a week & forced to watch all these commercials over & over until they are DEPROGRAMMED, most especially the Johnny Seven One Man Army plastic rifle w/grenade! 😀 Seriously! Let the kids play with plastic guns, running around OUTSIDE & acting like BOYS.

    My fave was the big Maxwell House Coffee commercial where the man’s going to freak without his morning coffee, lol! (But bleh on “Instant”!)

    • LOL. Those commercials reflect a more natural way of life than we live now. Political correctness is constraining and damaging. As to instant, I drank it for a long time, but fresh brewed is better. At least the white men in those commercials were not complete fools the way they are today.

  3. From the 60’s maybe. Mustang introduced 1964.

    The ads are pretty lame, actually, I think a slam to the intelligence of Whites at that time. Lack creativity and marketing skills. A few portray women as airheads! Using Chinese cartoon figures is an insult. IMO, Marlboro the best, Xerox the worst. The Marboro ad must have worked since it was the #1 cigarette for many years.

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