SOME SAY THIS IS RACIST, I SAY ITS ZIONIST NWO PROPAGANDA, using racism as a cover to get us all arguing while they implement agenda 21..WAKE UP!
THE DAILY MAIL SAYS THIS
It’s a campaign video designed to promote Europe in positive light and as a force for world peace.
But it seems the makers of this advert, which is entitled ‘Growing Together’, may have misunderstood the instructions.
They are facing accusations from viewers that the clip is racist, sexist and imperialistic – and all in under two minutes.
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An attractive white woman in a yellow jumpsuit represents a peaceful Europe in the face of three aggressors
The advert, designed to encourage new countries to join the EU, features an attractive white woman dressed in a bright yellow jumpsuit representing a peaceful Europe.
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During the commercial – which seems to have been inspired by martial arts’ movies and video games – she manages to calm three burly aggressors dressed in racially stereotypical outfits who are supposed to represent non-European countries.
However, in the face of martial arts’ moves from a man apparently representing Asia, a levitating sultan wielding a sword, and black man with dread locks seen kicking down a door, the woman remains calm.
Remarkably she manages to multiply herself, all the while remaining still, before forming a circle around the men with her arms outstretched. They then put away their weapons and sit on the floor.
The advert, which has so far been viewed more than 3,700 times, ends with the message: ‘The more we are, the stronger we are’ as it invites more countries to join.
Many viewers have been outraged by the Hollywood inspired film, with some even questioning whether the clip is genuine. Some say its’racist and sexist while others say it’s a waste of money. One viewer described it as ‘arrogant, distasteful and supremacist’.