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You know the ones: If you don't see the problem, think of what would happen if literally any white politician uttered it in public: The media would tear him or her apart, instantly sending them careening toward career death.
You just don't do that shit. Francois Hollande was running against Nicolas Sarkozy in France's presidential election. Hollande's campaign machine was modeled after the strategies used by Obama inwith an emphasis on voter registration, knocking on doors, and appealing to minority voters.
Only at some point of the process they remembered that the guy they were passing off as the cool, minority-friendly candidate was the most "I'm a white, balding bureaucrat" looking man in existence.
Continue Reading Below Advertisement They realized they had to go street, man. As the suburbs were largely comprised of ethnic minorities, Hollande decided to take those voters under his wing by adapting the exact opposite attitude. Appropriately, his soundtrack of choice was dirty -- you may recognize "Niggas in Paris" as a song that consists mostly of swearing, boasting, and slurs that would be career-ending if they weren't coming from a rap song.
The ad starts with Hollande thrusting a ballot at the camera, followed by three straight minutes of him immersing himself in the lives of ethnic minorities, shaking hands and doing his level best to woo anyone on the tan side of an eggshell.
All along, Jay and Kanye do their level best to hammer home Hollande's message of niggas, motherfuckers, and what they enjoy doing in Paris. Ballin' like only a middle-aged dude with a potato-shaped head can ball.
Continue Reading Below So I ball so hard mothafuckas wanna fine me, first niggas gotta find me What's 50 grand to a mothafucka like me, can you please remind me Ball so hard, I'm shocked too, I'm supposed to be locked up too If you escaped what I've escaped, you'd be in Paris getting fucked up too American political ads so rarely espouse the benefits of gettin' fucked up.
Continue Reading Below She said, "'Ye, can we get married at the mall? Continue Reading Below What's Gucci, my nigga?
What's Louis, my killa? What's drugs, my dealer? What's that jacket, Margiela? Doctors say I'm the illest, cause I'm suffering from realness Got my niggas in Paris and they going gorillas Wow! Hollande can certainly keep it real. Or, as the song puts it: These other niggas is lyin', actin' like the summer ain't mine I got that hot bitch in my home You know how many hot bitches I own?
Wait, no, that actually says the very opposite of "trustworthy politician keeping things real. Via Extremecentre1 But Hollande's stage is lit up like a rock concert, so it has to mean something.
Still, Hollande knew what he was doing. In a country previously dominated by a conservative president with a reputation as a racistHollande's ad was seen as an edgy breath of fresh air. As he took the election, he was met with overwhelming glee and a ready-made reputation as Mr.0 Choose a note taking strategy we learned today and try it out for the week!
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