Most of us have seen the ad where dozens of nonwhites tell us, in heavy accents, "I am Mellican!" (It means American). An American is a person who has certain documents.

There are "undocumented workers," who are just as American as we are but who happen not to have the papers they need. These are the folks you only call "illegal aliens" if you are anaziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews.

That ad was put out by the Ad Council, but it didn't make the whole point they wanted to make. So there's a new one that has the same type of "I Mellican" plus Harry Bellafonte and one critical addition that no American Patriot could do without.

This ad has a very dark Asian guy and a very white blue-eyed girl wrapped up together in an American flag. It is shown twice in fifteen seconds, so you don't miss the point. All you can see is their eyes and their complexions. The rest is the American flag they are wrapped in.

If you are not anaziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews, this illustrates What America Is All About. Anyone who is not anzaiwhowantstokillsixmillionjews has one aim above all: the end of "racism."

Ending racism has to do with only one race. It means the mixing of whites wth other races. Those who fight "racism" only want nonwhites to immigrate and be integrated into white countries. Nobody pushes Japan, which is less crowded than the Netherlands, to bring in non-Japanese immigrants, but any criticism of nonwhite immigration in the Netherlands is Evil.

So this ad, where only the American flag is draped around a colored guy and a white girl, takes up where the old "I Mellican" ad left off. Both are products of the Ad Council.

I have not seen this latter one repeated. Is this one too blatant for even the dumbass white gentiles to swallow?