It’s been established in many different ways that white audiences generally prefer white actors in films. We also know that, despite this, Hollywood uses every opportunity to foist ‘people of colour’ on the viewing public. I think we can take it that they do this because most of them are signed up to the anti-white agenda, and are prepared to forego some profits to pursue this objective.
I can understand this, up to a point. (Do Hollywood execs really believe in anything but money?)
But the following I can not understand. Have any of you seen the TV advertisements for some hotel chain featuring a black family cavortimg around their room? Now I can readily understand using blacks to promote something like sports gear. But your hotel? Who in their right minds would do that? Could anything be a greater turn-off for a prospective customer?
My question is this: Who approved such an ad campaign, and why? Now I know (from my time as an executive in the auto industry where I had to sit through agency presentations) that agencies quake when presenting new creative concepts. I've seen them torn to shreds because of perceived misalignment with the demographics, age group, disposable income or whatever. These things were worked through in exhaustive and acrimonious detail before eventual sign-off.
Put yourself in the position of the sales and marketing people of that hotel chain. Their careers depend on achieving high occupancy rates. And they come out with a campaign like this? What in God's name can they have been thinking when they signed off?
I really and truly don't know.
Do you? Maybe Uncle Nasty does – was he not in the advertising, ahem, 'profession' at one stage.
Anyway, explanations welcome. Because it beats me.