It’s ok to be White. It’s ok to take pride in your race and family. It’s ok to celebrate your purity.
Earlier this month, the German personal care brand Nivea launched a furious attack on the Jewish lies and propaganda by cleverly disguising their message in an “Ad Campaign” posted on their facebook page.
This move just elevated Nivea into the status of the definitive white people’s skin care brand. However, this victory of the Alt-right/Nivea alliance did not last long, the jews hit back and the facebook post was soon removed.
LONDON — The skin care brand Nivea set off a controversy this week with an ad featuring the phrase “White is purity,” again finding itself accused of racial insensitivity over a campaign that seemed to be embraced by white supremacists.
The latest ad, which showed a woman with dark hair cascading down her back and wearing white in a brightly lit room, promoted its Invisible For Black & White deodorant. Beiersdorf, the German company that owns Nivea and other brands like La Prairie, has since deleted the ad, which appeared with “Keep it clean, keep bright. Don’t let anything ruin it, #Invisible,” as part of its post.
“We are deeply sorry to anyone who may take offense to this specific post,” the company said in a statement. “Diversity and equal opportunity are crucial values of Nivea.”
Nivea’s decision to remove the ad on Tuesday, which was posted on its Facebook page for two days, and stop the entire campaign is another sign of how sensitive companies have become to negative reactions on social media.
Nivea, exceeding our expectations, have reached out to our Aryan Goddess to collaborate in a future Ad campaign. Let’s get the Shoah on the road.