This entry is a chaser to the previous post.
Markets rely on Whites to do the lion’s share of spending. When it comes to advertising graphics, they can’t entirely purge us from public display — images without our faces will not move the product.
But if you want to delegitimize us while running an effective sales campaign, you need to keep us — and comply with KultMarx imperatives by adulterating the harmony of the image with one or more non-Whites. For optimal equilibrium of advertising and demoralizing, you pair a White female with you-can-guess-who.
And, that’s not what’s going on in the pages of the catalog below. Here is the front cover (cropped):
A White-White couple?
The aesthetic is neither heroin-chic nor homo-creepoid because the models look healthy. I don’t mind their androgynous look. It is a legitimate style: Nordic gracile, prelapsarian in its affected adult innocence. Let’s call it High-Elven.
. . .
Well lookee here, a dark elf:
I didn’t say that KultMarx gave this company an opt-out.
Yet I had to laugh. Clearly, somebody is looking for drama.
This post shows all of the images in the catalog that feature more than one person on a set, except for these three photos, which I am omitting:
- An early-teen White girl and Black boy (parents of minors ought to know better than to sign off on that).
- WM, BW, WW
- BW, WW
There wasn’t anything remarkable about those last two. But what’s remarkable, is that every male-female adult couple in this catalog is White. Examples:
And finally, the next image is from the cover page of another company’s catalog. In today’s political climate, its natural wholesomeness is counterrevolutionary.
It is also good and beautiful.