Cute Budweiser Clydesdale ad from previous years…too bad the horses are no more.
Before my husband was disabled by toxic poison lab air, we used to brew beer and sell it, too. Our ox team loved drinking our beer and we used them to advertise it. All of this was very local, and all the former farms that did this sort of thing were driven out of business via free trade. Well…Budweiser Beer executives who are very much foreigners, have decided to push the ‘let all illegal aliens in’ agenda by making a new commercial all about their Budweiser horses…which they are ELIMINATING..coming to America as ‘immigrants’ way back in 1850.
Here is the ad! It is horrible. And false. When Mr. Budweiser came to the US, Germans moved immediately to the Frontier where MY FAMILY lived and my GERMAN ancestors came to Wisconsin where I was born and where they INTEGRATED with the English and French side of my extended family to create ‘American citizens’. When Budweiser came to the US, the German community in the Great Lakes Region embraced him.
But…not my own ancestors who were women who hated booze and worked very hard to stop booze production and consumption! Yes, that is the Great Split and caused controversy: drunks. My great-great grandmother and great grandmother and grandmother and my own mother were all abolitionists, prohibitionists and right to vote women.
They hated foreigners coming in with all sorts of liquors and beers! One of them in Old Tucson would go around beating up drunks with her umbrella. The earliest sidewalks in Tucson were laid by the Women’s Temperance Union and they had their logo imprinted on the cement and in the 1970’s it could still be seen.
My father’s side of the family were the beer drinking Germans from Bavaria. I met my relations in Germany and drank fantastic German beer with them all. Loads of fun. I was still underage for US laws and my mother was really pissed at me for doing this.
Budweiser Beer is planning to air a commercial in support of more immigration at the Super Bowl. As we see from the ad above, they make believe that US men hated the beer brewing Germans. NOPE. It would have to show my female ancestors berating him for making the INDIANS drunk. Yes, the Tribal leaders hated booze and liked my ancestors for fighting it.
It all came to a head when my great grandmother was cooking lye for cleaning the shirts of the men who were at Fort Huachuca, in Old Arizona, and they snuck into the yard and tried to drink it and six of them died before my ancestor ran out to see what was going on. The family joke for a century was, she killed more Indians than her husband.
The Tribe leaders know booze is destroying them! This is why it is illegal to sell it on all reservations but it is sold next door and drunkeness is rapidly destroying the social fabric of the Tribes.
The multi-million dollar, minute-long ad follows the journey of German immigrant Aldophus Busch, who arrives during a chaotic 19th century America.
The Busch character is shoved and berated by old-timey Americans, who tell him, “You’re not wanted here,” and, “Go back home.”
Even though the ad addresses a timely, hot-button national issue, Budweiser bosses claim they didn’t intend it as political commentary.
“It’s true, Adolphus Busch made an incredible journey to this country, and that’s really what this is about,” Budweiser VP Ricardo Marques told AdWeek. “It’s about his vision, his dream, everything that he does to achieve that.”
The Mexican dude, Ricardo, tells us what his message is! HAHAHA. What a jerk. They are all jerks. They try and try to rewrite our history. The entire business of booze selling is key here: this is why women like all of the females before me in my own family, were pushing for Prohibition and they got it but the aliens let in during the 1880-1910 period wanted booze and brought in all sorts of booze and infuriated the families on the frontier who had to fight off the booze business not to mention crime in the cities.
They all thought if the booze was gone, the crime would stop. But the booze simply went underground so they all just gave up. But not happily, they were very pissed off about all this.
In a totally bullshit move meant to counter the fact that they sell crap beer, Budweiser announced that they would retire the iconic Clydesdale horses from this year’s Super Bowl ad in order to appeal to Millennials.
Facing a decline in sales — even Bud Light outsells actual Budweiser beer these days — the Anheuser-Busch company’s newest strategy is to appeal to young people between the ages of 21 to 27, according to the Wall Street Journal. An internal study shows that nearly 44% of this demographic has never even tried Budweiser, and the company bets that, if they could just get these craft beer-chugging kids to stop thinking of Bud as grainwater for “older gentlemen and country kids,” they may have better fortune.
American currency has long held claim to being the only thing found in bars that boasts the phrase “E Pluribus Unum.” This summer, Budweiser wants to change that by rebranding itself as “America” and peppering its packaging with that very phrase, alongside some others like “Liberty and Justice for All” and “Indivisible Since 1776.”
That’s right. The company wants to replace “Budweiser,” the name of the beer, with the word “America,” the name of our country, for the summer. According to AdAge, Anheuser-Busch InBev has filed the above label for approval from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.
In addition to the aforementioned phrases, the word-heavy label would include, in all capital letters, the following: “Land of the Free,” “Home of the Brave” and “From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters this land was made for you and me.”
See how the international Bilderberg conspirators openly lie about everything? They have to pretend this is an American beer. Corona Beer and Budweiser Beer merged in 2013 and production moved to…Mexico, of course. This is why the guy lecturing us about patriotic beer is Mexican.
But no worry about that, Belgium used to own the brewery, anyways. We have had this huge, gigantic fire sale of all US business assets this last 30 years due to the trade deficit so money flows out to foreigners and they, in turn, buy up all our industries and businesses. DUH.
Boycott Bud! Many people at various news sites are yelling this right now.