By Yisroel Feldman, CA
You probably heard that this last Sunday at the Super Bowl game, Coke Cola ran a special advertisement.
One of the web pages that discusses it is: http://www.wnd.com/2014/02/coke-ad-sparks-outrage-praise-at-super-bowl/ and http://www.wnd.com/2014/02/coke-to-air-longer-version-of-controversial-ad/ Part of the ad was the showing of two Toeiva men playing with their “daughter.” The showing of this scene was in the context of showing the many “diverse” forms of “American” “life,” and that they are all “beautiful.” Obviously, this promoting here of Toeiva is really promoting FOUR levels of Toeiva: 1.) Toeiva “relation” itself 2.) Toeiva “marriage” 3.) Toeiva adoption 4.) That such a Toeiva setup is considered a “family”!
Expectedly, the big Toeiva promoting organization “GLAAD” had high praise for this advertisement. Quote: “According to GLAAD, this is the first Super Bowl ad to feature a [toeivah] family. GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis responded to the ad: ‘Including a [toeivah] family in this ad is not only a step forward for the advertising industry, but a reflection of the growing majority of Americans from all walks of life who proudly support their [toeivah] friends, family and neighbors as integral parts of ‘America the Beautiful.”” (http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/02/02/coke-super-bowl/)
As the Coke Cola company was the one to “pioneer” such a blatant Toeiva promotion, I think that it is high time that we, as Bnei Torah need to boycott Coke Cola!. Besides the fact that Coke is the extreme epitome of garbage “food,” such extreme wickedness by the Coke company company against our Torah Hakdosha is obviously something we want no association with, Chas V’Shalom. Of course, the Coke company is going to continue to do what they want and does not give the slightest hoot about what we say (just like the Toeiva people themselves are going to continue to do their thing and do not give the slightest hoot about what we say). At the same time though, we do not need to give them the slightest bit of our support.
Yisroel Feldman, Novato, California