Bolshevik Big Business? Corporations Now Attacking Conservative Customers
Nabisco mocks customers upset about a drag-queen Motherâ€™s Day cookie ad. Burger King subtly encourages people to throw its milk shakes at anti-European Union populists. And a beer company advocates hitting such people â€śover the head with a brick.â€ť Welcome to the new corporate activism and the principle â€śThe conservative customer is always wrong.â€ť
There was a time, not long ago, when businesses largely adhered to the old advice â€śNever discuss politics or religion.â€ť And when explaining his lack of 1990s political activism, NBA legend Michael Jordan reportedly said, â€śRepublicans buy shoes, too.â€ť But that was before the advent of â€śwokeâ€ť corporate activism.
There are, of course, the recent examples of big business threatening to leave states that enact politically incorrect (but morally correct) laws. For instance, Walt Disney Co., Netflix, and other corporations are claiming they may exit Georgia if...
Really quite strange comments fellows. It was the businessmen who showed moral fortitude and quit the Trump councils that they were on, after the Charlottesville comments-- not the Trump religious advisorsâť—
Corporations used to be largely Republican, but now it's reversed: Democrats no longer even pretend to care about the "deplorable" working-class (unless they're non-white), and are in bed with Cultural Marxist corporations.
But something similar happened before: Capitalists Henry Ford, Walter Christie, and Armand Hammer had no scruples about befriending that butcher Lenin and lending him aid. Ford showed the Soviets how to build cars, Christie sold them what became the ancestor of the T-34 (flouting an arms embargo), and Hammer sold them pharmaceuticals and pencils.
The common denominator is, "I don't care whom I associate with, so long as I get what I want."
Itâ€™s in response to conservatives boycotting companies they didnâ€™t agree with. And with that , I donâ€™t need them, Burger King has absolutely the filthiest kitchens known to man, leaky facets, mold , etc. and as for nebiso chips ahoy.. mom, dad, make your own cookies and ignore the filth factor of corporate greed. Basically itâ€™s the proctor and gamble plan of buying up companies and diminish the quality of the products, the consumer isnâ€™t important, itâ€™s how many companies you buy, how many products you can stop producing. Their comment complaint email is like disagreeing with Oprah , she to big to care.