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We’re approaching Christmas.

So what better time for big corporations, advertising agencies and television in general to reinforce “the message”?

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$41 Million For This!

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Some idiot at an auction just paid over $41 million dollars for this visual abortion.

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Dave Chappelle Tricked SNL Producers by Giving Them Fake Monologue During Dress Rehearsal

‘Edgy’ monologue about Ye’s “anti-Semitism” was kept secret for live show.

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Comedian Dave Chappelle reportedly tricked SNL producers into allowing his controversial stand-up routine in relation to Kanye “Ye” West to be broadcast by providing them with a fake monologue during dress rehearsal.

Chappelle was blasted for “desensitizing” Americans to anti-semitism after he told a number of jokes relating to Jewish power interests in Hollywood and the media.

Although the comedian opened his monologue by saying, “I denounce anti-semitism in all its forms, and I stand with my friends in the Jewish community,” he proceeded to riff on the double standards of how scrutiny of Jews is treated differently to other ethnic groups.

“I learned that there are two words in the English language that you should never say together in sequence. And those words are ‘the’ and ‘Jews,” joked Chappelle, before noting that everything was a game of “perception.”

“If they’re black, it’s a gang. If they’re Italian, it’s a mob. If they’re Jewish, it’s a coincidence and you should neeeever speak about it,” said Chappelle.

He also noted how Kyrie Irving had been given an absurdly long list of things to apologize for by the NBA before asserting that the persecution of Jews couldn’t be blamed on “black Americans.”

“I’ve been to Hollywood…this is just what I saw, it’s a lot of Jews, like a lot,” Chappelle added. “But that doesn’t mean anything, there’s a lot of black people in Ferguson, Missouri, doesn’t mean they run the place.”

Suggesting that “it’s not a crazy thing to think” that Jews run showbusiness, Chappelle joked, “But it’s a crazy thing to say out loud in a climate like this.”

The Daily Beast immediately accused Chappelle of echoing Ye’s anti-Semitism, while the ADL’s Jonathan Greenblatt asked, “Why are Jewish sensitivities denied or diminished at almost every turn? Why does our trauma trigger applause?”

“Dave Chappelle’s SNL skit was a meticulous & calculated move to desensitize the population from anti-semitism, getting society to laugh at Jewish traumas/struggles, and normalizing historic tropes by manipulating the average person’s pain and redirecting their reactions onto Jews,” asserted Rudy Rochman, a Jewish-Israeli rights activist.

It has now been revealed that Chappelle had to slip the monologue by SNL producers, suggesting he feared they’d censor it, by giving them a fake alternative during the show’s dress rehearsal, and then performing the real ‘edgy’ monologue during the live show.

“Dave does a fake monologue during the dress rehearsal, because he doesn’t want [‘SNL’ creator] Lorne Michaels, or anyone else, to know what his real monologue is,” a source told the New York Post’s Page 6.

During the dress rehearsal, Chappelle also apparently told a joke about an SNL writer who had refused to work with him on the show due to being offended over the comedian’s previous “transphobic and homophobic jokes.”

As Chris Menahan notes, “Sarah Silverman “joking” about killing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is just good clean fun but Chappelle’s jokes are “hate” and “anti-Semitism.”

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Corporate America Bombards Black People With Junk Food Ads

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A new study reveals corporate America disproportionately targets Black and Hispanic consumers with junk food, such as candy, sugary drinks, snacks, and fast food, more than any other race. 

The Rudd Center for Food and Policy Health at the University of Connecticut found Black youth and adults were subjected to 21% more junk food ads than their white counterparts. Researchers said corporate America boosted their advertising budgets on Spanish-speaking television stations as a total proportion of their ad budget.

As the advertising industry drastically changes, companies are embracing celebrities and influencers to promote their products on television and social media. Researchers said advertisers hired celebrities from Black and Hispanic communities to encourage young people of color to purchase junk food. 

Many of these celebrities are idolized by consumers and will mimic their trends, even if that’s unhealthy eating habits. 

In the midst of the worst obesity epidemic this nation has ever faced, corporate America employs an army of influencers to bombard people of color with ads for junk food. Data shows nearly 20% of all children are obese, and rates are much higher among children of color: 26.2% of Hispanic children and 24.8% of Black children. This is compared with 16.6% of white children. 

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Eating junk food is linked to a higher risk of obesity, depression, digestive issues, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and early death. Some scientists warn that highly-processed foods should be reclassified as a “drug” because they are as addictive and harmful as cigarettes, according to Daily Mail

People should question the motives behind corporate America disproportionately targeting communities of color with junk food. Perhaps, there’s more to the story than just sales… 

This post was originally published at Zero Hedge

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