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You’re damned if you do, and you’re damned if you don’t. Cheerios released a cute commercial on their YouTube channel with an interracial couple and their biracial daughter. There’s not many ads out there that come to mind that feature a full interracial family (I’m not talking about just biracial people, but an actual nuclear family), so this is somewhat of a milestone.

But what happened? Major backlash against the commercial. So much so, in fact, that General Mills had to disable their comments. Turns out we’re (American people) are not as progressive about race as we think.

Buzzfeed captured some of the comments from the channel.

“It is not hatred to love your own people. Cultural Marxist views are threatening to destroy ALL distinct peoples through forced assimilation and miscegenation.”

“Throughout all of human history, race-mixing and multiracial/multicultural societies have never, not even once, occurred ‘naturally’. It has always been the result of conquest, group A being forced by group B. The systematic decline of western economies has lead to lower white birth rates. Massive non-white immigration leads to loss of land, resources and opportunities for whites. Encouraging whites to race-mix leads to loss of white genetics. It’s not about one Cheerios commercial.”

What do you think of the commercial, and when do you think interracial dating will truly be accepted, if at all?

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8 thoughts on “Cheerios Gets Major Backlash From Using Interracial Couple In Commercial [VIDEO]

  1. Sandi on said:

    The Real Deal,
    I don’t see where any of the comments are hating on the commercial or interracial dating/marriage. My comment was directed towards the idiots who responded to General Mills sayiing it was not a good idea to run an ad with and interracial couple.

  2. For Real on said:

    The real deal is there is absolutely nothing wrong with the commercial, the ad it to promote good heart healthy options! It was cute….the situation is real. I think if we would spend more time to value each other and respect each the world would be better. It is not ours to regulate as to who falls in love with who, pray that your ideal mate with love you completely and leave other peoples business alone……STOP BEING HATERS!!!!

  3. Amber3 on said:

    Well, there is black on black hate and some blacks demean their own black people because they think white is better. Where is the outrage over that as well. I see nothing wrong with the commerial (at the end of the day , that white woman in the commerical is married/atiing a white man; and the black guy is married or dating a black woman); however, we live in free country where people can like what they want and dislike what they want and if some people do not want to spend their money on cheerios because of this commerical, so be it. It is their right. If people can get this upset over blacks destroying themselves and calling each other N words instead of worrying about what white folks think, we would be doing better.

  4. Poor delusional idiots. Not seeing it will not make it stop. Who cares if it will ever be accepted, it’s not going to stop because a bunch of stupid people feel like their way of life is threatened.

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