Google Apologizes After Major Brands Yank YouTube Ads Over Racist Content

CHEERIOS CEREAL FAMILY FROM 2014 AD.

One man’s hate is another man’s truth.

As you will see in this news report, advertisers want nothing to do with “hate.” So why so many mixed race couples in ads? Why so much denigration of the white male, always portraying him as a goofus?

Advertisers feel like they can insult my race and my sex with impunity. Well, we’re awake now and we hate your hypocrisy and the insults you peddle.

Google may kowtow to you, but we’re learning to live without your products. Your boycott of the truth expressed on youtube isn’t going to win you any friends.

NBC News

Google’s EMEA president of business and operations has apologized for the misplacement of advertising next to extremist content on its video site YouTube.

“There have been stories over the past few days about brands appearing against content that they wouldn’t like to appear against and particularly on YouTube, and so for me it is a good opportunity for me to say, first and foremost, to say sorry this should not happen and we need to do better,” Matt Brittin said at a press briefing Monday at the start of industry conference Advertising Week Europe in London.

Brands including HSBC, U.K. retailer Marks and Spencer and L’Oreal have pulled advertising from YouTube over the past few days, while agency group Havas has paused ads from U.K. clients including Domino’s Pizza and Hyundai Kia pending discussions with Google.

Speeding up the Review Process
Brittin said Google, which has the world’s biggest digital advertising platform, has invested “millions” and has thousands of people working to make sure “advertising practices are good.”

“I’ve spoken personally to a number of advertisers. Those that I have spoken to, we have been talking about a handful of impressions, and pennies not pounds of spend, but however small or big the issue, it is an important issue that we address,” he said.

“We’ve got a comprehensive review under way — we have for some time — looking at how can we improve here and we are accelerating that review.”

Unilever Chief Marketing Officer Keith Weed, who was with Brittin at the briefing, declined to comment on whether it had pulled advertising for any of its brands — which range from deodorant Axe (Lynx in the U.K.) to detergent Surf — from YouTube.

“We won’t make any public statement. I’m a great believer in talking about where the industry needs to get to, and what are the things we need to [do] collectively, the first accountability does go to the media companies because at the end of the day we are spending our money on their platform,” he said.

“I think the best way to do negotiations with any supplier is one on one and in private, and so you won’t find us coming out and making big public statements about particular customers. And we are working hand in hand,” Weed added.

How to Monitor Content Without Censoring Content
About 400 hours of content is uploaded to YouTube every minute, Brittin said, claiming that 98 percent of “removals” happen within 24 hours and adding that it will be looking at its policies, controls and how those are enforced. But it has a job to do in making sure it doesn’t remove content that is controversial, but not illegal, for example.

“It is not as simple as it might seem, so you might say: Why don’t you just exclude content that relates to war or that relates to politics? Well actually if you were to do that you would exclude important news content or documentary content.”

“Firstly on policies, this is about what content within YouTube do we deem to be safe for advertisers, and we’re going to raise the bar on that,” Brittin said. “That would include things like looking at our definition of hate speech, or our definition of inflammatory content, so that we raise the bar on what is deemed acceptable for advertising.”

Google expects to make further announcements on how it is tackling the problem of ads appearing next to extreme content “in the coming days,” he added.

Pivotal Research Group on Monday downgraded Alphabet stock from buy to hold after media buying agency Havas pulled spending from YouTube and Google Display Network in the U.K.

Say NO! to White Guilt

There may be some dispute about the actual number, stated to be 1.6 percent in this popular Facebook meme, but that’s not the point.

A great deal of elaboration could be made around the meme, relating to blacks selling blacks, Jews in the slave trade, and so forth, but let this one simple point stick in your mind.

Better yet, no one alive today was either a slave or a slave owner.

Or even, people of every race have been enslaved at some time in history.

Or how about this? Slavery is still an issue in Africa and the Middle East.

Learn more:

Civil War 1860 Census

saintanselmhistory blog: No mention of Jews here.

Soft White Genocide: Mississippi Universities Refuse to Fly “Racist” State Flag

At some point in the future all universities across America will refuse to fly the American flag, the flag of a country founded by racist slave owners.

Even in conservative, traditional Mississippi, cultural Marxists have gained control of the universities.

So, if state institutions do not have to fly the flag, I suppose if I were a citizen of Mississippi that I would not have to pay state taxes.

Is that how it works or do only liberals get special privileges?

Mississippi Business

Legislation passed Wednesday that would try to force the state’s public universities to fly the state flag died Thursday.

It died when House Ways and Means Chair Jeff Smith, R-Columbus, did not try to table a motion to reconsider the bill. The deadline to table the motion is Friday, and the House will not reconvene until Monday.

While that legislation died, Rep. William Shirley, R-Quitman, promised to offer amendments to other legislation to try to force the public universities to fly the flag. As a matter of fact, Shirley offered the amendment Thursday to a bill providing bonds for university construction projects.

But a point of order was raised that his amendment was not proper. House Speaker Philip Gunn, R-Clinton, had not ruled on the point of order by the time the House adjourned Thursday.

Currently none of the eight public universities fly the state flag, which incorporates the controversial Confederate battle emblem as part of its design.

Shirley and many others contend the universities that receive public funding should be required to fly the state flag.

On Wednesday by a 57-56 margin in the House, Shirley was successful in amending a bill designed to allow Mississippi State and the University of Southern Mississippi to provide tax breaks to private companies that lease land from them to build student housing. Shirley’s amendment said the universities could not provide the tax breaks unless they fly the flag.

At the time, Smith said the amendment would be stripped from the bill in conference committee where House and Senate leaders work to hammer out the final version of the bill. But on Thursday, Smith said it would be easier to allow the bill containing the Shirley amendment to die since other bills are alive in the Senate that provide the tax breaks for the universities.

But the issue of the flag flying over the universities could be an ongoing issue during the final weeks of the session if Shirley follows through with his intent to amend bills related to the universities, such as funding bills, to try to force the schools fly the flag.

Gunn, the most high profile Republican state official to advocate for changing the flag, said Thursday he understands why people are upset that a public university is not flying the flag, but said, “It appears our universities (as well as many municipalities) don’t agree with the message they perceive it sends.

“That’s a difficult dilemma for the government to rise up and say you must do something you find personally offensive.”

He said the case could be made that it is a free speech issue for the universities.

But he said the close House vote on the Shirley amendment “highlights the divisiveness of the issue” and why he has not been able to garner a consensus in the House to change the flag despite his position of power.

“I advocate a banner that would unite the state, everybody can be proud of and everybody can unite behind. I don’t think we currently have that,” he said.

Would these flags work for you?

They don’t like this one either.

Sweden: Judge Refuses to Deport “Refugees” Who Gang Raped Boy in Woods

GOTTSUNDA WOODED AREA.

Liberal judges don’t get it.

When you prove that you’re unfit to live in a civilized society, you forfeit any right to continue to live in it.

The cucked liberal Swede again shows that he’s is rushing headlong into self-annihilation with this shocking story.

The Local Sweden

A Swedish judge has refused a prosecutor’s request to deport five Afghan teenagers who forced a younger boy into a wood and then gang-raped and beat him at knife-point.

A Swedish judge has refused a prosecutor’s request to deport five Afghan teenagers who forced a younger boy into a wood and then gang-raped and beat him at knife-point.

“Given their age and the security situation in Afghanistan, they would be hit very hard by the expulsion,” the judge said in his ruling.

The youths have instead been sentenced to a year and three months in a young offender’s institution.

The five young men dragged the victim into the woods surrounding Gottsunda suburb in the city of Uppsala at the end of October.

The beat him all over his face and body, and then forcibly penetrated him while one of the boys held a knife, threatening to stab and even kill him.

He was also bitten on his back during the assault, which lasted more than an hour.

In its judgement the court also refused the prosecutor’s demand that the five to be sentenced for the more serious charge of child rape, arguing that there was no evidence that they were aware of their victim’s age.

Despite the fact that the oldest of the perpetrators has been deemed an adult by the Swedish Migration Agency, the judge accepted his claim to be 17 years old, meaning he can not be sent to an adult prison or serve an adult sentence up to three times as long.

The 18 year-old who filmed the attack on his smart phone was sentenced to one year and three months in a young offender’s institution for child pornography and aggravated rape.

He threatened to release the film on social media if he went to the police in an attempt to keep the victim quiet.

The other four all also received sentences of one year and three months, including the youth deemed an adult by the Migration Agency and a 16-year-old who was also sentenced for an aggravated assault in Stockholm.

The 16-year-old told the court that he had previously been a friend of the victim and had decided to “do something” after a conflict broke out between the two.

According to the 16-year-old, another of the five attackers also had a conflict over money with the victim.

Do you see why Sweden is the rape capital of Europe now? Sweden can add sodomite rape to heterosexual rape as a crime problem. And with sentences like these, there is NOTHING of a deterrent effect in the justice system. Some places in the U.S. would have sentenced these perps to a 20 to life prison term.

Although the victim here was probably another Muslim, the next victim may be a European. Isn’t there even one man in Sweden willing to beg, borrow, or steal a long rifle and then go out and kill as many of these sand turds as he can?

Truth, But We Have to Worship and Pay for the Black One

STUPID.

TRUTH.

Purple hair, pussy hats, nose piercings, tats–everybody wants to be different, no matter how useless they become in the process.

USELESS PERSONIFIED.

BLACK THINKING.

Penn State to Erect MONUMENT to DIVERSITY: They Need Your Opinion

Won’t you please go all in for inclusion, diversity, and all dat sheeeeeeeeeeit?

Read the pro-diversity blurb from Penn State below. At the link, there’s a space for your name, email, and a place to write why diversity makes you feel so good. After the blurb, you can read what I wrote them.

All in at Penn State

What inspires you?
At Penn State, we’ve been spotlighting Diversity and Inclusion, including creating an outdoor commemorative piece to permanently highlight our commitment to having an inclusive University for generations to come. As part of that, we’re asking students, faculty and staff to share your thoughts on being “All In.”

In 30 to 50 words, tell us what Diversity and Inclusion mean to you. What inspires you to be “All In”? Where will being committed to Diversity and Inclusion bring us in the future? Your contribution or excerpts from it may be included in the University’s outdoor piece or shared with the community on social media and other outlets.

After filling in the name box as Adolf Humpster and giving a ridiculous fake email address, I filled in the box this way. Warning: Extreme trolling ahead.

Speaking as a white male, diversity is wonderful. I love pussy. It’s all pink inside. The color of the skin outside may differ but it’s that pink hole that inspires me to love diversity. Hindu girls? Man, they are easy, even if I have to put a bag over my head and hers too. Those are some ugly chicks. Ghetto mamas? I love the smell of watermelon and fried chicken all mixed together. It’s an AFRO aphrodisiac. Mexicans are the best though. Once you disinfect their buttholes to get the smell of bean farts washed away, you’re in for a sweet ride. And on days when I’m feeling a bit faggy, it’s great to have a sewer slut with a mustache to ride. I’ll always love diversity.

After submitting my little essay in support of diversity, this came back:

Thank you for you feedback! We’re making Penn State a more diverse and inclusive university, together.

Believe me, I was happy to help.

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laughing woman

smilelaugh tears of joy

Richard Spencer’s Mentor Exposes Hypocrisy of White Liberals on Campus

PAUL GOTTFRIED WITH RICHARD SPENCER AND PAT BUCHANAN. GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE.

Paul Gottfried, the Jewish mentor of White Identitarian Richard Spencer, reminiscences about Elizabethtown College, where he is a retired professor. His former campus is where the anti-white puzzle pin campaign is happening. Read more about the puzzle pins at this Saboteur365 post.

Lew Rockwell

The British paper correctly underlined the hypocrisy of whites pretending to be advocating for oppressed blacks while choosing to reside in a lily-white environment. This is the dirty little secret at Elizabethtown that I indiscreetly revealed in newspaper articles while I held an endowed chair at the college.

For decades, some of our departments, such as social work, education, and communications, have been full of young radicals who opt for a college that is at a safe distance from the minorities whom they claim to be championing. More than one such student has complained to me: “We don’t recruit enough students from inner cities to give us diversity.” To that, I usually responded: “If you want diversity, then why don’t you go to a college in a black neighborhood, say Temple in Philadelphia?” This invariably caused the complainer to walk away.

The adolescents sporting the puzzle pins exemplify the prevailing spirit at the institution, but such grandstanding hasn’t always been the custom at the college. When I arrived there in the 1980s, Elizabethtown College seemed to be on the right path, educationally, fiscally, and in most other ways.

The president who hired me, Gerhard Spiegler, was a German scholar who hoped to make the institution into a first-rate center of learning. Spiegler hoped to elevate academic standards for students and faculty alike, and he practiced Teutonic thrift by keeping the size and salaries of the administration exceedingly low. He was hated by most of the old guard on campus, particularly by the faculty with terminal master’s degrees in education who taught their courses, as he would say, on “automatic pilot.”

Spiegler also hired assistants who were able to increase the school’s meager endowment and to raise funds for new buildings. Among the buildings that he arranged to erect were a state-of-the-art library and an Anabaptist Center, created for the study of the German Pietist sect that had established Elizabethtown College in 1899. He worked energetically to retain the loyalty of traditional Brethren alumni and donors and continued to look upon their coreligionists as a recruiting base.

Unlike much of the faculty, Spiegler leaned politically toward the Right and had no patience for academic agitators, especially for troublemakers who combined radical political views with a lack of professional accomplishments. Unfortunately, the troublemakers outlasted Spiegler, who laid down his duties in 1996.

During the next two administrations, the troublemakers got the “hope of change” they thought they wanted. It came in the form of lavishly salaried administrators (certainly by comparison to those who preceded them), rapidly escalating tuition, and a shifting emphasis at the college from a strict Pietist environment to the PC fad du jour, lately “white privilege.”

I’ve never seen an institution change so fundamentally within just a few years. The changes came on a number of fronts.

The cultural transformation moved from such Anabaptist-sounding activities as peace studies, to diversity deans and diversity studies through consciousness-raising events for blacks, women, and gays, “safe spaces” for LGBT, and special living arrangements for the transgendered. Black History and Women’s Months went on interminably and brought to the college a steady stream of outraged victim speakers.

Such commotions served a practical as well as ideological function. They gave special prominence to non-ideational disciplines (that is, majors that are more open to expressing grievances than teaching written bodies of knowledge), and the social justice exhibitionists are usually drawn from the students and faculty in these areas. Not insignificantly, those departments are now the cash cows at the college: they don’t require much in the way of equipment and have delivered loads of tuition-bearing students.

Needless to say, there’s no way the college could return to its historic Anabaptist roots. When I retired six years ago, less than one percent of the students belonged to one of the German “peace churches” once heavily represented at the college. The largest religious denomination among the student body is now Catholic, and our students, faculty, and administrators all lean strongly toward the left wing of the Democratic Party.

SAFE FROM WHITES. PATHETIC.