Coca-Cola Under Fire For Mostly Non-English Super Bowl Commercial Featuring ‘America The Beautiful’

coca-cola-super-bowl-commercial-america-the-beautiful-non-english-muslim-islamNow the End Begins

The powers that run this world – The New World Order, The Illuminati, United Nations, Etc – are hell-bent (literally) on bringing America as far down as they can drag her. They are working day and night to blur the lines between male and female, right and wrong, God and the Devil, so that in the end it’s just one mongrel mass of chaos. And while they do it, they would love for you to “have a Coke and a smile”.  

ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta/AP) – Each year, several Super Bowl commercials become the subject of controversy and scrutiny, usually for their sexually charged content.

This year, a Coca-Cola ad landed in the proverbial hot seat, but not for being lewd – it showed Americans of different races and ethnicities singing “America, the Beautiful” in a variety of different languages. After it aired, many took to various social networking sites to express their outrage at the song being performed in any language other than English.

The company’s official Facebook page was inundated with comments after the spot appeared during Super Bowl XLVIII. Though some showed support for the diversity shown in the ad, many others expressed displeasure.


The vision presented by Coca-Cola was more of a One World Globalist Society than that of the America we were raised in.

“Today we are throwing away all our Coca-Cola products and replacing them with Faygo,” the Facebook page for the Tri-County Congregational Church in St. Cloud, Minn. wrote. “Faygo represents Christian Values and follows the Constitution. Mexicans singing the National Anthem is an abomination.”

Added Facebook user Jamey Mikels, “It is not bigotry to demand that we have a unified language in the UNITED STATES [sic]. If we do not have that we are no better than the 3rd world cesspool dwellers that refuse to lift THEMSELVES [sic] up. The language is what helps us to get along. Having multiple languages just keeps people separated into different communities rather becoming ONE [sic] great Nation [sic]! This commercial was put out to make self hating white people feel good!”

Angered customers also commented on videos of the commercial that were posted to YouTube.

“[M]ulticulturalism has been turning America into a slum for the past 50 years, and the CEO of Coca Cola is Turkish so he doesn’t give a s***,” one user who identified himself as Benji Kenton wrote on a video published by WorldStarHipHop Official.

His comment is referring to Muhtar Kent, the Turkish-American business man who is the CEO of the soda company.

Added a user called Emily Statton, “What a f***ing terrible commercial. That majority of it was not even in English and was sung by a bunch of foreigners. Just more multicultural, politically correct, liberal s***.”

Many Twitter users were also upset by the use of different languages in the singing of the patriotic song.

“@CocaCola has America the Beautiful being sung in different languages in a #SuperBowl commercial? We speak ENGLISH here, IDIOTS,” one user was quoted as saying by Time magazine.

Other advertisers played up their American roots, with far less polarizing results.

Chrysler also went with a U.S.A theme. It had a two-minute ad starring music legend Bob Dylan discussing the virtues of having cars built in Detroit, a theme the car maker has stuck with in previous ads with rapper Eminem and actor Clint Eastwood.

“Let Germany brew your beer. Let Asia assemble your phone. We will build your car,” Dylan said in the ad.

Barbara Lippert, ad critic and, said the ads were an attempt to connect with viewers on a more personal level. “We want to be able to feel through all these screens and through all the hype there’s a human element and in the end were all human,” Lippert, noted.

Still, not everyone was a fan

“I didn’t like it very much,” said Crystal Booker, who lives in Rock Hill, S.C., about the Chrysler ad, in particular. “It was nostalgic but nothing that I hadn’t seen before.” Overall, Super Bowl ads this year were said to be less controversial than usually, as they were free of crude jokes, and sexual innuendo was kept to a minimum. source – CBS Atlanta

29 thoughts on “Coca-Cola Under Fire For Mostly Non-English Super Bowl Commercial Featuring ‘America The Beautiful’

  1. . . . and I don’t HAVE TO press #1 for English in my own country. You wanna live here, learn our language just as we are expected to do when living in your country.
    . . .

  2. But, if they have to assimilate as we are expected to do, then that would mean that we Americans are first class citizens in our own nation. The Communists can’t have that, how would they justify relocating us all for “living space”?

  3. Yes, this was ANOTHER globalist attempt to dismantle our American culture by foisting the ‘diversity is our strength’ nonsense on the American public. The pushback to this is ‘E Pluribus Unum’ – out of many, one. This is the original idea that diverse peoples from around the world could embrace the American culture, AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE, go through the legal immigration process and become American citizens(Nationals).

    Personally, I’d like to see a 5 year moratorium on all immigration, followed by a return to the pre 1964 levels of immigration, after the border is really secured, but, I digress.

    The next time someone tosses the diversity is our strength slogan at you, respond with E Pluribus Unum – and ‘More Unum, less Pluribus’, please!

    1. Hear, Hear! But there is nothing U.S.A. themed that involves Robert Zimmerman, jew, Emin-Enema or NWO shill Clint Eastwood. The entire production of the stuporbowl in itself is a money making, anti-American creation of the tribe. Sometimes the baby does have to go out with the dishwater!

  4. If ya want to listen to spanish or any other language then move. They want to live here then speak the language, simple as that. It should be a felony to be speaking a foreign language in public simple as that.. I am waiting for some foreigner to be in the check out line speaking some foreign jibberish talking about some terrorist activity that they are planning . 👿

    1. Wow. Kinda harsh, ain’t it, digger? A felony?

      Can you imagine what that would do to the tourist industry? 😥

      1. Guess we wouldn`t have a tourist industry if every one spoke a foreign language would we #1 I mean what makes america america? They should show some respect if they all want to be here and speak english when in public. You know what I`m sayin don`t ya? I do not think that I am harsh enough to tell ya the truth don`t ya think #1 ? Guess the PTB was always kind of overbearing and hard on me perhaps so I guess that I do come off a little hard maybe. Like they say – when in rome do as the romans do – in other words – or they should stay out of rome/america simple as that don`t ya think #1 😉

        1. ” They want to live here then speak the language, simple as that.”

          I totally agree with that, digger. It’s this part I have a problem with…….

          “It should be a felony to be speaking a foreign language in public simple as that.”

          If you were going to vacation in say, France, for a week or two, would you learn the language – JUST to vacation there?

          1. Guess that I would not vacation there then 😉 I guess that we live in a parinoid society #1, I wish we didn`t have to live that way. You do bring up a very good point though #1 my freind.

        2. Hey Digs, what if they bring an interpreter to speak for them in public? Would that still be considered a felony? lol

          1. If they were here they would definately need an interpretor and they also better show proof that they were going to school to learn the english language. Yes I still think that it would be a felony if they could not show proof of learning and understanding the english language. They would be learning the basics of the english language and would have to show proof of the school that they are attending to learn the english language. If they could not do that then they should go back to where they came from. Why should us americans have to put up with haveing to listen to some foreigner speaking a language other than english when it is them that chose to come here to america.They chose to come here didn`t they so therefore they should show some respect and speak the english language or get out and go back to where they came from.

    2. What is really, really irking me is, I’m not that young of a person, I grew up here, English is my “first” language and is the only language I speak fluently. I took French and German in school, and I’m not fluent in either. There aren’t many French and German-speaking people where I live anyhow.

      I’m not saying it isn’t a good idea to learn other languages and in this country, we do not do a good job of teaching kids when they are young, a second language.

      So here is the thing that irks me GREATLY. I am job seeking. Most job postings in my area have a requirement or “strong preference” that the prospective employee be “bilingual.” And the unspoken preference is Spanish. I don’t speak Spanish. I would not mind learning Spanish, why the heck not. I like learning new things. However, I am a very busy person and I have many other things which legitimately occupy my time. I frankly don’t have time to learn Spanish. Like I said, I wouldn’t mind and it would be useful. But Spanish never was at the top of my list of things which interest me.

      Why should I have to devote the time to become fluent in a language that wouldn’t be my first choice of second language anyhow. I really resent that at my advanced age, this is yet another blow against me, in the job market. I already experience age discrimination.

      Again, I’m just saying…. I don’t mind learning Spanish, but it is low on my list, in the limited time I have. I was born here and raised speaking English and why should I have to be the one to make the effort to communicate with YOU, who come here, taking our jobs, not learning our language, and now I am penalized in my job search (already difficult) for not having had the presence of mind to learn Spanish? I would learn it simply for the joy of communicating with another, but as with the other languages I dipped into when younger, I speak them well enough to get along when I visit their country, and it is nice to learn other cultures, but it should not now be a new requirement sprung upon me in my older age, in my own country. Ridiculous!

  5. I worked at the Coca-Cola Company in downtown Atlanta in 1973
    in Research an Development. Robert Woodruff, President, retired,
    had an affair with a black woman who worked at Coke for years and years.
    She would brag about it all the time. He left her set for life. I don’ think
    this woman was lying because she was too proud of it and besides
    word would get around to the executive offices upstairs. Coca-Cola
    is and has been sold on multiculturalism for a very long time.

  6. Once again, in the words of President Teddy Roosevelt,

    “Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country.

    In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the man’s becoming in very fact an American, and nothing but an American. If he tries to keep segregated with men of his own origin and separated from the rest of America, then he isn’t doing his part as an American.

    There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag, and this excludes the red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization, just as much as it excludes any foreign flag of a nation to which we are hostile.

    We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language for we intend to see that the crucible turns our people out as Americans, and American nationality, and not as dwellers in a polyglot boarding house; and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”

      1. Yea, I’d love to take this speech to them Mexican car dealerships and restaurants in Austin and Southern Texas who feel they have the freedom to raise their Mexican flags in addition to the American flag at their place of business as though we are living in two countries with two flags and forcing people to speak Spanish to get their food stamps and merchandise at places like Walmart or Ross. The balls on them!

        (Sorry for the run-on sentence there. Take a moment to catch your breath. lol)

      2. I’m betting Barry missed out on studying Teddy’s speech in his “Constitution classes” that he supposedly taught and knows so much about.

  7. I don’t care much for flags of any description unless I’d make my own.I do care for natural rights ,freedom and the English lexicon.It’s a shame that public education doesn’t leave most natural Americans with the use of more than 10% of it.

      1. Youa maka me laugh, no many ah you digger peoples usa da @@+ inna da sam sentence –
        Είναι όλα τα ελληνικά μου

        1. 😆 It is good to laugh once in a while STFB – something I should perhaps do more often eh STFB – I am glad you got a laugh out of that 😉 😎

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