Skip to comments.PATHETIC!!! Sickening politically correct Nestle Crunch ad panders to Muslims and the SJW crowd
Posted on 12/19/2018 9:02:10 AM PST by rickmichaels
How utterly pathetic. This Muslim-pandering, virtue-signaling, cringe-inducing ad from Nestle is so blatantly over the top in its sickening political correctness and Islamophilia that it will make you heave:
"Fatima" celebrates how American she is with a Nestle Crunch bar.
Nestle is a Swiss company..................
Boy, you’d have to be a real anti-American jackass to buy products from these AH’s.
I don’t see the issue here. Presumably Muslims eat chocolate bars, so is Nestle not supposed to market to them?
America was discovered by Muslims, you know. Then they fought the British, freed the slaves, defeated the Nazis, and that was just during Ramadan. Afterward, they landed on the moon and won the cold war.
Nestles Crunch must be Halal.
Nestle sold the confections (candy) side of their business
Oh look... shes a boy scout.
Embracing America my butt. Why dont they put a gun toting white guy up there about how he likes crunch using the exact same text.
Theyll get banned from the airwaves.
This is not the first time food manufacturers are falling all over themselves to boast about Halal compliance.
> I dont see the issue here. Presumably Muslims eat chocolate bars, so is Nestle not supposed to market to them? <
That’s a fair point. But one has to wonder, is Nestle doing this for business reasons, or for PC reasons?
I suspect it’s the latter. Because Nestle is kosher (I looked it up). Yet I have never seen a Nestle’s ad featuring an Orthodox Jew.
I don’t see the problem. Advertisers always target groups and try to direct ads to them.
The ad isn’t encouraging anyone to blow up buildings, just to eat a chocolate bar. Perhaps if certain ethnicities started enjoying the good things that life to offer, they would stop blowing up buildings.
Nestle himself was born in Frankfurt.
Funny, I just had a hankering for one but its gone now.
IIRC, Nestlé is owned by Ferrero SpA, which is Italian. IIRC :-)
If true, explains a lot.
Can a company be kosher? I would’ve thought it would be based on the specific product. If Nestle buys a Hormel, certainly that wouldn’t make bacon kosher. Would that make Nestle no longer kosher?
I noticed the sharia-compliant wench doesn’t touch the American flag, but observes its removal while she indulges herself.
At Scout Camp it is customary to play Taps and have all at attention when the flag is lowered at dusk.
...boast about Halal compliance.
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