Islamic Chic Street Ad: Murderous Oppression is the New Black
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Right on the cusp of the 12th anniversary of the Islamic attacks on America in 2001, a clothing manufacturer rolls out their slick street marketing campaign in my neighborhood; the hipster mecca that is Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
This morning I noticed a large number of these posters illegally pasted along the endless construction barricades in my area. The ad slogan is clearly a play for the deadened sensibilities of weak-minded hipster drones who have no concept of what enforced gender oppression really is and what it actually involves. "I'm not what I appear to be"? To me, it's more than just the denim burka, the most oppressive of Islamic enforced uniforms, it's the model's expression. Her eyes look like a suicide bomber about to explode.
This cynical marketing campaign is especially sickening because I watched the World Trade Center burn and collapse just steps away from where this ad campaign is plastered.
What does Diesel have to say to child brides and women around the world who are maimed with acid, stoned in pits up to their shoulders, strangled shot, burned alive, hacked to pieces and subjected to life long slavery? This is the real war on women and it's growing across the world day by day.