Scotiabank Brainwashing Whites To View Themselves as Knuckle Heads
[Editor's Note: The easiest way for white depositors at Scotiabank to send a 'message' right back to Scotiabank is to take their money out and either close the account entirely, or just maintain a very small balance so you can continue to use an ATM card (never a credit card) and keep the bulk of your money at home. Forward thinking people could form private clubs or cooperatives and create an investment funding source by pooling money formerly parked in a bank account. If thousands of people did this, you could put a serious dent into the Illuminati's agenda to impoverish North America and continue our orchestrated slide into third world globalism. Why keep money in a savings account when you only get 0.05% interest for your money? What's that? Wake up, folks. Use your money for your profit, and stop giving it to the banks for their profit...Ken]
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
September 13, 2011
Not only does Scotiabank, Canada's third largest bank, sell financial services, its commercials are helping Canadians of European descent adjust to future minority status.
Scotiabank is a sponsor of the Canadian Football League. Thus, millions of Canadians repeatedly see the ad above which depicts a well intentioned but stupid white couple being instructed by a visible minority woman employed by the bank.
If this were a one-off, I wouldn't be writing this. But much of this bank's TV advertising discriminate against whites. If white males took the roles of visible minorities and vice-versa, this racism and sexism would be apparent.
The couple is returning a refund but the Chinese-Canadian adviser explains that the money is really theirs (for using one of the bank's products.) They greedily scoop it up and make their escape afraid the adviser will change her mind. Indeed, she calls them back and gives them a $20 bill they dropped in haste.
"I love this bank!" they exclaim.
Indeed, they love "multiculturalism." It pays them to love it.
Scotiabank can focus on social engineering because, with a market cap of $55 billion, it makes a profit of more than $400 millionevery month. It has 2000 branches in 50 countries with 70,000 employees.
It's motto is "You're Richer than You Think," which one wag changed to "We're Richer than You Think."
Based on Scotiabank's commercials, you'd think that Canada was full of visible minority women. In fact, according to the last census in 2006, visible minorities of both sexes made up about 15% of Canada's 33 million population.
But don't tell this to Scotiabank. In this commercial, entitled "Who's the Man?" an East Indian woman adviser gives marriage counseling to a stupid white couple.
The overbearing white woman confides that her henpecked husband thinks this is a good time to invest. "Can you set him straight?"
The adviser says that in fact, he may be right. At which the browbeaten husband tears off his shirt to reveal an "I'm Right" T-Shirt and emits an adolescent "whoop!" heard throughout the branch.
The commercial drew the following comment on You Tube: "This beat comes from the great white north. The fat ugly useless white man, thinks he's right about investing, but needs the black woman to confirm to the fatso [wife that] he is, in fact, right. The stupid white man acts retarded and loud, and is so happy that the smart black has made him feel right." Note the black gentleman looking confused at the barbarian antics of the white buffoon."
In another commercial, an East Indian male is able to crash the ranks of Scotiabank's colored female advisers.
He gives the proverbial dumb white couple advice on whether to take a fixed or variable-rate mortgage. Then, the couple flip a coin to see whether to have Mexican or Chinese for lunch. The coin stands on its end. In the final scene, they are eating "Chexican" which is what Canada will look like in a few years.
In contrast, Chinese Canadian customers get commercials in Cantonese in which their adviser is a Chinese Canadian. East Indian customers get advice from a white woman who actually speaks some Hindi! It must be nice to be treated with respect in commercials.
And customers at Scotiabank's foreign subsidiaries such as Mexico are spared the social engineering because they aren't in the Illuminati cross-hairs.
As an immigrant, and son of immigrants, I always wanted to contribute to my country.
I didn't want to be used by a foreign-based Cabalist (i.e. Masonic) financial cartel to subvert the majority and alter the country's ethnic makeup. I'm sure the majority of visible minority immigrants feel the same way.
The Illuminati bankers claim they are promoting "equality" and fighting "discrimination." If this were true, they would be color-blind and promote on the basis of merit alone. Visible minorities in commercials would reflect their proportion of the population.
The Illuminati bankers' agenda is to empower visible minorities at the expenses of people of European descent. The overall agenda is to undermine the homogenous national character of all European Christian-based nations so they can be integrated into a totalitarian one world government.
"We will undermine every collective identity except our own," they say in The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. This applies to race and nation, as well as religion (God) and family.
This kind of advertising is not limited to banks. There is a recent Speedy Lube commercial where the single white woman needs "an oil change." Naturally she doesn't have a man to take care of this problem. She writes a "Dear John" letter to her dealer, who is a ruggedly handsome white man, informing him that he has been replaced by a little Filipino at Speedy Lube.
The white man has been emasculated.
I am not against intermarriage, but I get suspicious when corporations are pushing it.
If you think I am reading too much into these commercials, don't kid yourself. They are prepared by advertising agencies who get their marching orders from the Illuminati bankers via the Tavistock Institute.
Message to corporations: Sell your product not your evil Illuminati social agenda or the public will boycott you.
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