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As a daily rider of the NY Subway for many years, sometimes, I’d see advertisers buy out entire cars. I remember one such campaign that ran for weeks, announcing that “The Moshiach is here!” with hundreds of images of the grizzled Menachem Mendel Schneerson plastered throughout the subway car. Not being up on the latest within the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, I didn’t really know what I was looking at. Later, I heard people thought he was the Messiah.

Going back to the 1990s, there were several of these massive public awareness campaigns about HIV/AIDS and “Safer Sex”, with dozens of shocking images that were unbelievably graphic, showing every combination of human coupling and people tongue wrestling so close to the camera, that you could see their razor bumps and pores.

But that was nearly 30 years ago. In today’s PsyOpped, gender-dysphoric age, the transhumanist ads for the OKCupid dating app make the old AIDS PSAs look downright wholesome.

Candy-colored depictions of LGBTQI behavior include computer-enhanced images of unnatural physical contortions that are frankly revolting, like a same-sex couple with unnaturally long tongues that are fused into one and the word “pansexual” hovering over them.

That’s demented and one woman riding the D Train in Midtown Manhattan in this viral video isn’t having it. “All of this is gross,” she says, tearing a corner off of one ad. “For our kids to be looking at this? Is that okay? This is propaganda. It’s affecting the next generation. I don’t know why no one sees this. This is disgusting.”

Turning to posters from the latest Old Navy Bodequality ad campaign for “curvy” women, she starts ripping them up, saying, “It’s not about equality, Guys. It’s about Communism.”

A woman filming her shouts, “Watch and learn. That’s what bravery looks like. Say no to propaganda!”

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