Superbowl commercials and halftime shows over the last few years have been particularly scrutinized for their symbolism and obvious social engineering agenda. And why not? It’s a guaranteed audience of over 100 million people in the US alone — a perfect time for propaganda.
This year isn’t turning out to be any different… in fact, it’s playing right into the social justice warrior identity politics civil unrest narrative, and BIG TIME.
Take a look at a few of the commercials that have come out, as broken down by political analyst Mark Dice.
The first one by Audi features a feminist narrative about gender inequality and the pay gap.
The second features the terrible treatment of an immigrant attempting to come to America back in the 1850s who turns out to be Budweiser’s founder, Adolphus Busch.
Liberal media outlets are applauding the “uncomfortable” commercial for “tackling immigration,” but the timing cannot be ignored. (Just by the way, these are the same media outlets, just by the way, who spent the last eight years failing to report the truth about the hundreds of thousands killed in the Middle East in President Obama’s unconstitutional drone wars, the situation that helped create the refugee crisis in the first place!)
People have been hating on the commercials in question, seeing through the obvious propaganda that it is. Check out the numbers of thumbs down on the official YouTube uploads of these commercials.
Aside from the fighting between commenters, the comment sections are filled with angry people verbally ripping these companies apart, with some users even going as far as to not just declare a boycott but report the company to YouTube for supporting terrorism.
As Mark Dice says, “This proves once again that businesses promoting products that have nothing to do with politics shouldn’t try to push a political agenda because you’re always going to piss off at least half of your potential customers.”
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga is set to perform at the halftime show this year (oh… goodie…).
Yesterday she held a press conference and, not even remotely surprisingly, stated that her show would encompass the themes of “inclusion” and “equality”.
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) February 2, 2017
This morning at a press conference, [Lady Gaga] was asked, “I know you spoke about kind of taking this moment to unify America a little bit. Are you going to do that at all? Are you going to make any kind of statements during the performance?”
She answered, “Well, I don’t know if I will succeed in unifying America. You’ll have to ask America when it’s over. But the only statements that I’ll be making during the halftime show are the ones that I’ve been consistently making throughout my career.”
As far as what those statements are, she said, “I believe in a passion for inclusion. I believe in the spirit of equality, and the spirit of this country as one of love and compassion and kindness. So my performance will have both those philosophies.”
While that sounds nice if taken superficially in a vacuum, we all know these days (especially these days) those are weaponized buzzwords for the civil unrest agenda being upgraded and thrust into overdrive ever since Trump came into office.
Yes, a musical sermon about inclusion and equality delivered by Lady Gaga is sure to resonate with the NFL audience! https://t.co/tNo4jejEqz
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) February 3, 2017
But it’s football so many of the fans are like…
@Mediaite the reasons to ignore the Super bowl this year keep piling up.
— M-Diddy (@Smattyg7G) February 3, 2017
@Mediaite thanks to turn 99% of chances in 100% in not watching you at halftime, Gaga
— valeu, drogba (@renanzasso) February 3, 2017
@Mediaite kill me now
— STEELCITYEUROS (@Pghaltright) February 2, 2017
Considering that its football (not exactly thought of as a precious snowflake sport), you’ve got to wonder how much the NFL is going to piss off their target audience with these antics this year (of all years).
If anything is clear right now, it’s that the system wants us fighting amongst ourselves on identity politics. The social engineering will continue.
So get your safe spaces ready and tuck that toxic masculinity into your skinny jeans and let’s get ready for some football! Super Bowl LI happens Sunday, February 5, at 5:30 PM at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
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