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This BANNED FLINTSTONES COMMERCIAL From 1960 Shows Just How PUSSIFIED AMERICA HAS BECOME [VIDEO]

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THIS JUST GOES TO SHOW YOU HOW POLITICALLY CORRECT OUR SOCIETY HAS BECOME.  I AM NOT SAYING THAT I THINK IT IS A GOOD IDEA FOR CARTOONS TO PITCH CANCER STICKS BUT AT THE SAME TIME THE FACT THAT A LIBERAL’S HEAD WOULD IMPLODE IF THEY SAW THIS TELLS YOU JUST HOW CENSORED OUR SOCIETY HAS BECOME.

 

IF GOVERNMENT SAYS BIG TOBACCO IS EVIL MAKING MONEY OFF SMOKING, WHAT DOES THAT SAY FOR GOVERNMENT WHO MAKES MORE THAN BIG TOBACCO VIA TAXES?  WOULD THAT NOT MEAN THEY ARE WORSE? …

 

The tobacco industry has not been permitted to advertise on network television for decades, but before the prohibition, they kicked out some real doozies. From direct sponsorship of television shows to some of the most bizarre commercials you may have ever seen, they flooded the airwaves with messages proselytizing their deadly and highly addictive products.

 


Well, we just found one of the wildest cigarette commercials of all time. In this clip, the Winston tobacco company has hired Fred Flintstone and little Barney Rubble as pitchmen for their brand. You are going to freak when you see this classic commercial. READ MORE @ AWM

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4 Comments

  1. Johnny Rose

    May 16, 2017 at 10:35 am

    Which does more harm tobacco or alcohol, which is still on tv?

  2. Nunyo Business

    May 18, 2017 at 8:40 pm

    alcohol. end of list.

  3. Bob roberts

    May 21, 2017 at 9:47 am

    Yeah, OK. Where did you get that statistic from? 443,000 people die from cigarettes each year, compared to 100,000 for alcohol.

  4. David Skwarlo

    May 22, 2017 at 6:11 am

    And how many die from alcohol related car accidents that were not the ones drinking?

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