Skincare Company Forced to Pull ‘White Is Purity’ Ad Over ‘Ethnic Discrimination’

German-based skincare company Nivea was forced to pull an ad after leftists whined it was racist.

The ad was for a new “invisible” deodorant that promised not to stain clothing, but the slogan was, “White is purity.”

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  • LairdKintyre

    You mean to tell me there are still White people in Germany? I thought Merkel and the EU Parliament took care of that problem.

    • deplorabledave

      Patience sir patience.

  • Martin B

    It’s impossible to take people seriously when they’re traumatized by skincare products.

  • Who has time to worry about this crap?

    • canminuteman

      SJWs with government jobs?

  • DMB

    What next will the left go after detergent commercials for promoting white clothing. White clothing will be soon considered racist.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wto8TWpJvZ4

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Jeezuz, can it get even more racist???

    • The Deplorable Rosenmops

      And what about tooth-whitening toothpaste? They will go after that next.

  • General P. Malaise

    oh sh!t now they will need to get black or brown doves of peace.

  • Brenda

    It does make you wonder, when the very people who are supposed to be super-knowledgeable about messaging and manipulating people’s perceptions come up with this kind of thing.

  • andycanuck

    And front-page news in the Red Star‘s Lifestyles (or whatever it’s called) section.

  • Slickfoot

    This is only to be expected, after all, both milk and snow have recently been declared raciss.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    White Purity Matters!

  • tom_billesley

    In skincare, acne sufferers must no longer complain about blackheads.