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January 10, 2016 -- Ever notice the far left is obsessed with race, but when we join the conversation we're stereotyped with the 'racist' pejorative?

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Ever noticed that skin tan products are acceptable, but...

When a Thai company produced a commercial touting its skin tone commercial, it was promptly assaulted with accusations of racism. 

The problem?

Change your  hair color or change
your skin color. It's your choice.
The skin tone product lightens skin instead of darkens it. Gasp.

The 35-year-old actress in the commercial attributes her successful career to having lighter skin. She then worries that a younger actress could displace her.

The image of a younger actress appears as the spokeswoman turns dark before our very eyes. 

The objectionable phrase in the commercial is a male voice over that says, "'You just need to be white to win."

Is that racist?

In the movie Home, the mothers of the movies heroine mentions her "beautiful brown skin."

Is that racist? 

Why the double standard?

In a free society we have the right to color our hair, nails, skin, etc. We have the right to be individuals. 

In a Marxist society we must not notice differences; especially if they favor the oppressing bourgeois (white people) over the oppressed proletariat (non-white people).

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