End of Starbucks? Vows to hire 10,000 refugees. No longer safe to go there?
Leftist Coffee House chain Starbucks has never “vowed” to hire Christians or Single Moms. In fact, they’re quite exclusionary with their price gouging to keep certain types of people out of their stores. .. Including struggling working families. Why?
You see, Starbucks is hiding their bigotry of the working class by pretending to care about “the impoverished” when, in reality, they hate and detest the working men and women of America. This is evident when they price gouge for their drinks.
Why charge 5 bucks for a cup of coffee unless you are tying to exclude poor people from your establishment?
To deflect the obvious criticism of their hypocrisy, they will now pledge to hire refugees. But, what is really behind this?
Well, to start, cheap labor. Refugees will do any job for pennies just to get to stay in America. And, the Feds will supplement their incomes with Food stamps, Housing, education, medical and mobile phones. As a result, Starbucks can exploit their misery while pretending to be compassionate.
To top it off, they will get tax rebates (at our expense) for hiring minorities! So, you and I will be providing corporate welfare to Starbucks while they are exploiting “refugees” and we can’t even afford to take our own families there.
PLUS, what will the exploited refugee do to the white people they now despise? Will our drinks be spit in? Will poison be slipped into your 7 dollar Lattee?
You can no longer trust Starbucks with your safety because they simply don’t care about you.
The truth is, McDonalds has better drinks for a lot less money, and they don’t appear to be openly hostile to Americans.
Avoid Starbucks at all costs. It’s time for these price gouging bigots to be shut down for good.
From The Guardian:
Starbucks has promised to hire 10,000 refugees over five years in response to Donald Trumps executive order temporarily barring refugees access to the US and banning entry for anyone from seven majority Muslim countries.
Howard Schultz, the coffee chains chief executive, said he had deep concern about the presidents order and would be taking resolute action, starting with offering jobs to refugees.
We are developing plans to hire 10,000 of them over five years in the 75 countries around the world where Starbucks does business, he told employees in a strongly-worded note.
He added that the move was to make clear the company will neither stand by, nor stand silent, as the uncertainty around the new administrations actions grows with each passing day.
Schultz said the initial focus would be in the US and for refugees who had served as interpreters for the US military, but it is not yet clear when the five-year period would begin, or whether people would be employed direct by Starbucks or by suppliers. Schultz added that the Seattle-based company had also contacted employees who had been affected by the immigration ban.