Rights groups criticizes Dunkin' Donu...

Rights groups criticizes Dunkin' Donuts in Thailand for...

There are 8 comments on the Brandon Sun story from Aug 30, 2013, titled Rights groups criticizes Dunkin' Donuts in Thailand for.... In it, Brandon Sun reports that:

A leading human rights group has called on Dunkin' Donuts to withdraw a "bizarre and racist" advertisement for chocolate doughnuts in Thailand that shows a smiling woman with bright pink lips in blackface makeup.

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Dr Stinko

Hampton, VA

#1 Aug 30, 2013
Fk those dingleberries.
It's a great photo, and a beautiful ad.

“Forehead wrinkle”

Since: Dec 10


#2 Aug 30, 2013
The New York police force is sending 1000 officers to investigate these donuts and the applicable advertisements.

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#3 Aug 30, 2013
Chocolate donuts are racist? Suppose I'll have to sell my black truck now.

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#4 Aug 30, 2013
I think I saw Al Sharpton, hanging around our local Dunkin Donuts...now I know why...

“Up with which, I will not put”

Since: Jul 08

Sao Paulo

#5 Aug 30, 2013
RustyS wrote:
Chocolate donuts are racist? Suppose I'll have to sell my black truck now.
Just paint the tires and you should be OK.

BTW - your left or mine?

“Up with which, I will not put”

Since: Jul 08

Sao Paulo

#6 Aug 30, 2013
I just read the article - what BS. "Human Rights Watch said it was shocked to see an American brand name running an advertising campaign that would draw "howls of outrage" if released in the United States..."

Seriously? Can we get over this already? I would be more concerned about eating a doughnut called Charcoal flavored. Not the most tempting flavor.

Oh, wait - can we say "charcoal"? Is that insulting to anyone?

“The Spotted Girl News Network”

Since: Apr 09

Spotted World

#7 Aug 30, 2013
I agree with everyone here. Get over it already. And besides that is not in this country. I read that in South Africa, WP call BP the N-word all the time, and BP call WP that back, and then they hug or shake hands. To them, it is just a harmless greeting and means nothing disrespectful.

Likewise, even the anti-gay slurs are treated like that is South Africa. A rapper down there was using offensive f-word for gay men, and received US criticisms for it. But guess what? That rapper who used the f-bomb was openly gay and regularly called himself that word. So to him, it was more of a term of endearment. He wasn't using it as a hate word.
Parden Pard

Nazareth, PA

#8 Aug 30, 2013
I'd eat that woman in a heartbeat,,,and her donut,,!!

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