Italy has a catastrophically low fertility rate. Projections say Italy’s population will be halved in a few generations at current TFR. In an effort to encourage Italian women to push out more bambinos, the government introduced what can only be fairly described as an anti-mudsharking campaign to shame White Italian women to get serious about snagging and settling down with White Italian men, while the women still have relatively unrifled vaginas.
Italian health officials accused of racism over fertility campaign that urges women to ditch their black ‘bad companions’
An Italian public health campaign has been denounced as racist after it appeared to urge women to leave their black ‘bad companions’ if they wanted to fall pregnant.
I love how the Italian chick in the bottom pic looks like an extra from Harvey Weinstein’s casting couch.
Italy’s Ministry of Health launched its first ‘Fertility Day’ on Thursday in an attempt to prevent infertility and sterility through education and health programmes.
Some 700,000 Italians want to have children but can’t because of inferility problems. The country has one of Europe’s lowest birthrates.
The new campaign, backed by Health Minister Beatrice Lorenzin, focuses on tobacco, drug and alcohol abuse.
But one of the flyers was slammed as racist, forcing Ms Lorenzin to remove the advert on the eve of the event launch.
As a commenter mentioned, the ad may have been removed, BUT PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT IT. Overton creaked and groaned.
The image shows four smiling, light-skinned adults at the beach illustrating ‘good habits’ for reproductive health.
The image was placed over a darker image of a group of young people, including a black man, smoking — an illustration of the ‘bad companions’ who should be ‘abandoned’.
The poster was widely criticised, even from within the governing Democratic Party.
But where is the lie?
Ms Lorenzin said Thursday she had approved a different ad and didn’t know how the mix-up occurred, and that she had fired the official responsible.
A Chateau infiltrator!
Earlier adverts in the ‘Fertility Day’ campaign were criticized as being sexist for featuring a woman holding her belly with one hand and an hourglass with the other with the tagline: ‘Beauty doesn’t have an age. Fertility does.’
LOL my sides! Ok, it’s time to reveal who we are. Chateau Heartiste……..IS ITALY.
Another read: ‘Hurry up! Don’t wait for the stork.’
Italy is basically a country-sized trigger of feminist bitterbitches. The anti-safe space.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside the ‘Fertility Day’ launch, claiming the Health Ministry had ignored the real economic reasons behind Italy’s low birthrate.
I bet you’re wondering what an Italian feminist looks like.
Not much different than an American feminist!
They said a stagnant economy, low-paying, temporary work contracts for young people and insufficient public day care, were all contributing factors.
I don’t see “working women”, “mass immigration of cheap labor”, and “the Pill” in that list. Throw it away.
In 2015 Italy registered the lowest number of births in more than 150 years as the average childbearing age rose to 31.6.
That’s really bad. Think about it, Italian women are world leaders in riding the cock carousel. Say age 16-32 are the premarital casual sex years; that’s 16 years of cocka hopping! No doubt a few refugee cockas slipped into the woodpile. What beta Italian man would want to wife up such used, disgusting cheap tricks?
The top rated comment, from Joe in Ohio:
It’s the opposite of advertisements here where the white male is the one with negative traits and the cool, sexy, authority figures are black. When I began to notice I was offended and couldn’t imagine why television ads were cast that way until I realized it was intentional.
It’s called “waking up from Globohomo agitprop anesthesia”. The Chateau is here to help you clear out the sedative.