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Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad
Car leasing site banned from using ‘Black Cars Matter’ advert that also ‘objectified and fetishised black men’

ByAlan Tovey, INDUSTRY EDITOR23 September 2020 • 4:04pm

An online leasing company that used the slogan "Black cars matter" to sell Audis has been censured by the advertising watchdog for “trivialising serious issues” raised by anti-racism campaigners.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against a Facebook advert from Newcastle-based LingsCars.com which featured an image of a black raised hand with a wristband displaying the Audi logo alongside a black Audi A4 car.
The advert also included the words: “In light of recent events, I’m resurrecting my Audi deal … Black cars matter. I asked Holly for a headline for this A4… and she said ‘Once you go black you never go back’." The post added that the car had a “manual gearbox (big gear knob)”.
The ASA said it received three complaints about the advert , adding that using the image of the raised fist was insensitive, offensive and socially irresponsible.
LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.
The company added that the raised fist was a symbol of the Black Power movement, and had been used positively and not offensively in other contexts.
However, the watchdog said using that slogan and icon to “simply to draw attention to an ad for a car had the effect of trivialising the serious issues raised by those movements”.
It also said references to a “big gearknob” were “likely to be seen as objectifying and fetishising black men”.
The ASA ruled that the advert breached the advertising code as it was likely to cause serious offence on the grounds of race. It said that the advert was socially irresponsible and banned it from being used.
LingsCars was set up by Chinese immigrant Ling Valentine, who defended the advert and said the three complaints were made by a “pathetic bunch of losers”.
She added: “The raised fist can’t be offensive, it’s simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It’s just a logo.
“Bear in mind I’m yellow, not white ... when judging the racial slurs here. I’m Chinese. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. People need to stop taking offence every time I produce such a superbly crafted advert.
"The UK motor trade is fantastically unbalanced in its ethnic diversity. It’s time everyone looked in a mirror, while you’re tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor trade.”
 

endure

GCM
Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad

LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.

Who'd have guessed? ;-)
 
Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad
Car leasing site banned from using ‘Black Cars Matter’ advert that also ‘objectified and fetishised black men’

ByAlan Tovey, INDUSTRY EDITOR23 September 2020 • 4:04pm

An online leasing company that used the slogan "Black cars matter" to sell Audis has been censured by the advertising watchdog for “trivialising serious issues” raised by anti-racism campaigners.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against a Facebook advert from Newcastle-based LingsCars.com which featured an image of a black raised hand with a wristband displaying the Audi logo alongside a black Audi A4 car.
The advert also included the words: “In light of recent events, I’m resurrecting my Audi deal … Black cars matter. I asked Holly for a headline for this A4… and she said ‘Once you go black you never go back’." The post added that the car had a “manual gearbox (big gear knob)”.
The ASA said it received three complaints about the advert , adding that using the image of the raised fist was insensitive, offensive and socially irresponsible.
LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.
The company added that the raised fist was a symbol of the Black Power movement, and had been used positively and not offensively in other contexts.
However, the watchdog said using that slogan and icon to “simply to draw attention to an ad for a car had the effect of trivialising the serious issues raised by those movements”.
It also said references to a “big gearknob” were “likely to be seen as objectifying and fetishising black men”.
The ASA ruled that the advert breached the advertising code as it was likely to cause serious offence on the grounds of race. It said that the advert was socially irresponsible and banned it from being used.
LingsCars was set up by Chinese immigrant Ling Valentine, who defended the advert and said the three complaints were made by a “pathetic bunch of losers”.
She added: “The raised fist can’t be offensive, it’s simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It’s just a logo.
“Bear in mind I’m yellow, not white ... when judging the racial slurs here. I’m Chinese. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. People need to stop taking offence every time I produce such a superbly crafted advert.
"The UK motor trade is fantastically unbalanced in its ethnic diversity. It’s time everyone looked in a mirror, while you’re tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor trade.”


She's got form... :D

 
Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad
Car leasing site banned from using ‘Black Cars Matter’ advert that also ‘objectified and fetishised black men’

ByAlan Tovey, INDUSTRY EDITOR23 September 2020 • 4:04pm

An online leasing company that used the slogan "Black cars matter" to sell Audis has been censured by the advertising watchdog for “trivialising serious issues” raised by anti-racism campaigners.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against a Facebook advert from Newcastle-based LingsCars.com which featured an image of a black raised hand with a wristband displaying the Audi logo alongside a black Audi A4 car.
The advert also included the words: “In light of recent events, I’m resurrecting my Audi deal … Black cars matter. I asked Holly for a headline for this A4… and she said ‘Once you go black you never go back’." The post added that the car had a “manual gearbox (big gear knob)”.
The ASA said it received three complaints about the advert , adding that using the image of the raised fist was insensitive, offensive and socially irresponsible.
LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.
The company added that the raised fist was a symbol of the Black Power movement, and had been used positively and not offensively in other contexts.
However, the watchdog said using that slogan and icon to “simply to draw attention to an ad for a car had the effect of trivialising the serious issues raised by those movements”.
It also said references to a “big gearknob” were “likely to be seen as objectifying and fetishising black men”.
The ASA ruled that the advert breached the advertising code as it was likely to cause serious offence on the grounds of race. It said that the advert was socially irresponsible and banned it from being used.
LingsCars was set up by Chinese immigrant Ling Valentine, who defended the advert and said the three complaints were made by a “pathetic bunch of losers”.
She added: “The raised fist can’t be offensive, it’s simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It’s just a logo.
“Bear in mind I’m yellow, not white ... when judging the racial slurs here. I’m Chinese. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. People need to stop taking offence every time I produce such a superbly crafted advert.
"The UK motor trade is fantastically unbalanced in its ethnic diversity. It’s time everyone looked in a mirror, while you’re tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor trade.”

Censoring a Chinese woman that's racist, the ASA need to check their privilege
 

ste14w

Old-Salt
Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad
Car leasing site banned from using ‘Black Cars Matter’ advert that also ‘objectified and fetishised black men’

ByAlan Tovey, INDUSTRY EDITOR23 September 2020 • 4:04pm

An online leasing company that used the slogan "Black cars matter" to sell Audis has been censured by the advertising watchdog for “trivialising serious issues” raised by anti-racism campaigners.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against a Facebook advert from Newcastle-based LingsCars.com which featured an image of a black raised hand with a wristband displaying the Audi logo alongside a black Audi A4 car.
The advert also included the words: “In light of recent events, I’m resurrecting my Audi deal … Black cars matter. I asked Holly for a headline for this A4… and she said ‘Once you go black you never go back’." The post added that the car had a “manual gearbox (big gear knob)”.
The ASA said it received three complaints about the advert , adding that using the image of the raised fist was insensitive, offensive and socially irresponsible.
LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.
The company added that the raised fist was a symbol of the Black Power movement, and had been used positively and not offensively in other contexts.
However, the watchdog said using that slogan and icon to “simply to draw attention to an ad for a car had the effect of trivialising the serious issues raised by those movements”.
It also said references to a “big gearknob” were “likely to be seen as objectifying and fetishising black men”.
The ASA ruled that the advert breached the advertising code as it was likely to cause serious offence on the grounds of race. It said that the advert was socially irresponsible and banned it from being used.
LingsCars was set up by Chinese immigrant Ling Valentine, who defended the advert and said the three complaints were made by a “pathetic bunch of losers”.
She added: “The raised fist can’t be offensive, it’s simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It’s just a logo.
“Bear in mind I’m yellow, not white ... when judging the racial slurs here. I’m Chinese. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. People need to stop taking offence every time I produce such a superbly crafted advert.
"The UK motor trade is fantastically unbalanced in its ethnic diversity. It’s time everyone looked in a mirror, while you’re tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor trade.”
It's quite funny seeing these people squirming when confronted by the 'Constantly Offended by Everything' brigade. Then comes the old 'Look, I'm a girl, and I'm Chinese, so erm, I can't be racist or sexist or erm, or anyfink...Innit?'
 
Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad
Car leasing site banned from using ‘Black Cars Matter’ advert that also ‘objectified and fetishised black men’

ByAlan Tovey, INDUSTRY EDITOR23 September 2020 • 4:04pm

An online leasing company that used the slogan "Black cars matter" to sell Audis has been censured by the advertising watchdog for “trivialising serious issues” raised by anti-racism campaigners.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against a Facebook advert from Newcastle-based LingsCars.com which featured an image of a black raised hand with a wristband displaying the Audi logo alongside a black Audi A4 car.
The advert also included the words: “In light of recent events, I’m resurrecting my Audi deal … Black cars matter. I asked Holly for a headline for this A4… and she said ‘Once you go black you never go back’." The post added that the car had a “manual gearbox (big gear knob)”.
The ASA said it received three complaints about the advert , adding that using the image of the raised fist was insensitive, offensive and socially irresponsible.
LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.
The company added that the raised fist was a symbol of the Black Power movement, and had been used positively and not offensively in other contexts.
However, the watchdog said using that slogan and icon to “simply to draw attention to an ad for a car had the effect of trivialising the serious issues raised by those movements”.
It also said references to a “big gearknob” were “likely to be seen as objectifying and fetishising black men”.
The ASA ruled that the advert breached the advertising code as it was likely to cause serious offence on the grounds of race. It said that the advert was socially irresponsible and banned it from being used.
LingsCars was set up by Chinese immigrant Ling Valentine, who defended the advert and said the three complaints were made by a “pathetic bunch of losers”.
She added: “The raised fist can’t be offensive, it’s simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It’s just a logo.
“Bear in mind I’m yellow, not white ... when judging the racial slurs here. I’m Chinese. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. People need to stop taking offence every time I produce such a superbly crafted advert.
"The UK motor trade is fantastically unbalanced in its ethnic diversity. It’s time everyone looked in a mirror, while you’re tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor trade.”

Good old Ling.
 

LingsCars

Old-Salt
Hello Tommies,

I know you're all hideously offended...

And just how many people complained? Three. 3. THREE!!! Pssssh. What a weak, pathetic bunch of losers. Does anyone ask why Audi chooses to call the car a "Black Edition"? No... and Audi have just withdrawn an advert for a small girl eating a banana. You couldn't make this crap up.

What's wrong with "big gearknob"? Everyone knows black men tend to have bigger cocks than white men, that's why Holly suggested "once you go black, you'll never go back" was appropriate. I support my staff when they make heartfelt value judgements like that. That's not a slur against black men, and they won't be offended by it. It's obviously small-penised, hyper-sensitive, insecure white men (and generally whitey solider boyz) who will take umbrage at that remark.

The raised fist can't be offensive, it's simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It's just a logo. Although the ASA can shove the raised fist up their arse.

Is this advert really causing SERIOUS and WIDESPREAD offence with just 3 people in the whole UK complaining?? 3 people?? FFS. More then 3 people complain about Land Rovers breaking down EVERY SECOND, for God's sake.

Bear in mind I'm yellow, not white ...when judging the racial slurs here. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. I should point out that Yellow lives matter just as much as Black ones, and people need to stop taking offence everytime I produce such a superbly crafted advert.

The UK Motor Trade is fantastically unbalanced in it's ethnic diversity, apart from Daksh Gupta and Umesh Samani, are there ANY darker-skinned players in the whole UK industry? I doubt it. It's time everyone looked in a mirror, while you're tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor-trade. - Ling Valentine

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I'm just going to leave this here:


You can form your own conclusions as to where it might be used, who might be using it and why I've posted it in a thread about young people.
 

Oyibo

LE
Online car dealer censured for spoof Black Lives Matter ad
Car leasing site banned from using ‘Black Cars Matter’ advert that also ‘objectified and fetishised black men’

ByAlan Tovey, INDUSTRY EDITOR23 September 2020 • 4:04pm

An online leasing company that used the slogan "Black cars matter" to sell Audis has been censured by the advertising watchdog for “trivialising serious issues” raised by anti-racism campaigners.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against a Facebook advert from Newcastle-based LingsCars.com which featured an image of a black raised hand with a wristband displaying the Audi logo alongside a black Audi A4 car.
The advert also included the words: “In light of recent events, I’m resurrecting my Audi deal … Black cars matter. I asked Holly for a headline for this A4… and she said ‘Once you go black you never go back’." The post added that the car had a “manual gearbox (big gear knob)”.
The ASA said it received three complaints about the advert , adding that using the image of the raised fist was insensitive, offensive and socially irresponsible.
LingsCars said it did not believe the post was offensive and described it as a pun on Audi’s “Black Edition” models.
The company added that the raised fist was a symbol of the Black Power movement, and had been used positively and not offensively in other contexts.
However, the watchdog said using that slogan and icon to “simply to draw attention to an ad for a car had the effect of trivialising the serious issues raised by those movements”.
It also said references to a “big gearknob” were “likely to be seen as objectifying and fetishising black men”.
The ASA ruled that the advert breached the advertising code as it was likely to cause serious offence on the grounds of race. It said that the advert was socially irresponsible and banned it from being used.
LingsCars was set up by Chinese immigrant Ling Valentine, who defended the advert and said the three complaints were made by a “pathetic bunch of losers”.
She added: “The raised fist can’t be offensive, it’s simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It’s just a logo.
“Bear in mind I’m yellow, not white ... when judging the racial slurs here. I’m Chinese. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. People need to stop taking offence every time I produce such a superbly crafted advert.
"The UK motor trade is fantastically unbalanced in its ethnic diversity. It’s time everyone looked in a mirror, while you’re tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor trade.”

Ling's back!! Good on her.
 
Hello Tommies,

I know you're all hideously offended...

And just how many people complained? Three. 3. THREE!!! Pssssh. What a weak, pathetic bunch of losers. Does anyone ask why Audi chooses to call the car a "Black Edition"? No... and Audi have just withdrawn an advert for a small girl eating a banana. You couldn't make this crap up.

What's wrong with "big gearknob"? Everyone knows black men tend to have bigger cocks than white men, that's why Holly suggested "once you go black, you'll never go back" was appropriate. I support my staff when they make heartfelt value judgements like that. That's not a slur against black men, and they won't be offended by it. It's obviously small-penised, hyper-sensitive, insecure white men (and generally whitey solider boyz) who will take umbrage at that remark.

The raised fist can't be offensive, it's simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It's just a logo. Although the ASA can shove the raised fist up their arse.

Is this advert really causing SERIOUS and WIDESPREAD offence with just 3 people in the whole UK complaining?? 3 people?? FFS. More then 3 people complain about Land Rovers breaking down EVERY SECOND, for God's sake.

Bear in mind I'm yellow, not white ...when judging the racial slurs here. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. I should point out that Yellow lives matter just as much as Black ones, and people need to stop taking offence everytime I produce such a superbly crafted advert.

The UK Motor Trade is fantastically unbalanced in it's ethnic diversity, apart from Daksh Gupta and Umesh Samani, are there ANY darker-skinned players in the whole UK industry? I doubt it. It's time everyone looked in a mirror, while you're tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor-trade. - Ling Valentine

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Magical as ever Ling
Keep swinging.
That's lies about them having bigger dicks by the way.
Chinese whispers I think.
Grandad gave me advice after serving in Hong Kong
Never trust someone you can blindfold with shoelace.
 

endure

GCM
For some reason looking at Ling's website reminds me of the 60s
 
Hello Tommies,

I know you're all hideously offended...

And just how many people complained? Three. 3. THREE!!! Pssssh. What a weak, pathetic bunch of losers. Does anyone ask why Audi chooses to call the car a "Black Edition"? No... and Audi have just withdrawn an advert for a small girl eating a banana. You couldn't make this crap up.

What's wrong with "big gearknob"? Everyone knows black men tend to have bigger cocks than white men, that's why Holly suggested "once you go black, you'll never go back" was appropriate. I support my staff when they make heartfelt value judgements like that. That's not a slur against black men, and they won't be offended by it. It's obviously small-penised, hyper-sensitive, insecure white men (and generally whitey solider boyz) who will take umbrage at that remark.

The raised fist can't be offensive, it's simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It's just a logo. Although the ASA can shove the raised fist up their arse.

Is this advert really causing SERIOUS and WIDESPREAD offence with just 3 people in the whole UK complaining?? 3 people?? FFS. More then 3 people complain about Land Rovers breaking down EVERY SECOND, for God's sake.

Bear in mind I'm yellow, not white ...when judging the racial slurs here. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. I should point out that Yellow lives matter just as much as Black ones, and people need to stop taking offence everytime I produce such a superbly crafted advert.

The UK Motor Trade is fantastically unbalanced in it's ethnic diversity, apart from Daksh Gupta and Umesh Samani, are there ANY darker-skinned players in the whole UK industry? I doubt it. It's time everyone looked in a mirror, while you're tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor-trade. - Ling Valentine

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Can you supply lift coil spwings for an 06 crv and how much are they? I'm only after about 20mm.
Cheers Luv
 

Oyibo

LE
Hello Tommies,

I know you're all hideously offended...

And just how many people complained? Three. 3. THREE!!! Pssssh. What a weak, pathetic bunch of losers. Does anyone ask why Audi chooses to call the car a "Black Edition"? No... and Audi have just withdrawn an advert for a small girl eating a banana. You couldn't make this crap up.

What's wrong with "big gearknob"? Everyone knows black men tend to have bigger cocks than white men, that's why Holly suggested "once you go black, you'll never go back" was appropriate. I support my staff when they make heartfelt value judgements like that. That's not a slur against black men, and they won't be offended by it. It's obviously small-penised, hyper-sensitive, insecure white men (and generally whitey solider boyz) who will take umbrage at that remark.

The raised fist can't be offensive, it's simply a symbol of Black Power, similar to using a gay rainbow flag or a CND logo. It's just a logo. Although the ASA can shove the raised fist up their arse.

Is this advert really causing SERIOUS and WIDESPREAD offence with just 3 people in the whole UK complaining?? 3 people?? FFS. More then 3 people complain about Land Rovers breaking down EVERY SECOND, for God's sake.

Bear in mind I'm yellow, not white ...when judging the racial slurs here. There is no racism, just a bit of humour. I should point out that Yellow lives matter just as much as Black ones, and people need to stop taking offence everytime I produce such a superbly crafted advert.

The UK Motor Trade is fantastically unbalanced in it's ethnic diversity, apart from Daksh Gupta and Umesh Samani, are there ANY darker-skinned players in the whole UK industry? I doubt it. It's time everyone looked in a mirror, while you're tut-tutting at me, probably the only female Chinese in the UK motor-trade. - Ling Valentine

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@LingsCars , you strange creature! Can you give me a quote for an Asian car in yellow with a short-throw gear knob?
 
Found this interesting article The Cult Dynamics of Wokeness Indeed the site appears interesting, with various articles and a "Social Justice Encyclopedia" Translations from the Wokish Obviously they have a couple of books to sell but the site seems wort a browse. First para from the About page:

"Welcome to New Discourses! We like to think of this place as a home for the politically homeless, especially for those who feel like they’ve been displaced from their political homes because of the movement sometimes called “Critical Social Justice” and the myriad negative effects it has had on our political environments, both on the left and on the right. If that’s you, welcome, and make yourself at home."

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