September 5, 2018
Nike just sacrificed their entire White customer base, because they believed in something: love of niggers, and hate for America.
They shouldn’ta dun that.
Just hours after Colin Kaepernick was announced as the face of Nike’s new Just Do It campaign, people began to protest.
Nike customers upset at the decision took to Twitter and shared videos of them destroying their apparel.
Yeah, no joke.
That’s about the backlash I’d expect, though. Actually, for a company to openly proclaim that they hate America, you could expect people to show up to Nike headquarters with pitchfork and torches.
But burning their shoes is a good start.
Many clips showed people setting their sneakers and clothes on fires while others cut their socks.
John Rich, one half of the country band Big & Rich, said their soundman, a former Marine, had cut off the famous swoosh logo from his socks.
Quick thinking there, man.
Veterans organization Vote Vets urged critics to donate their items rather than burn them.
Nike now stands for “burn America.”
Do vets want symbols of anti-Americanism around them, in their own country?
No, clearly the only solution is to burn everything Nike.
Ideally, arrest people wearing them too.
Most White people are already wearing New Balance anyway.
A Twitter user who goes by the name Sean Clancy posted video showing a pair of Nike sneakers being set on fire.
‘First the NFL forces me to choose between my favorite sport and my country. I chose country.
‘Then Nike forces me to choose between my favorite shoes and my country.
‘Since when did the American Flag and the National Anthem become offensive?’
It was always offensive – to brown people.
Because the American flag and national anthem are symbols of the White race, and blind the colored hordes with their brilliance.
Instagram user David Johnston shared a video of a Nike wristband on fire captioning it: ‘This is how I feel about Nike selecting Colin Kaepernick as the new face of the company’s ‘Just Do It’ campaign.’
Another Twitter user who identifies himself as AlterAtYeshiva posted a video of himself placing a number of Nike sneakers into a fire.
Nike’s decision to pick Kaepernick, the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem as a protest against racism, as one of the faces for advertisements commemorating the 30th anniversary of its Just Do It slogan, is a move that could draw President Donald Trump’s ire.
Yeah, no shit. Isn’t Nike one of these companies that manufactures all their crap in third-world shitholes? Maybe they should be a little bit more careful about who they offend.
That’s some dip.
Though maybe they don’t even care. Apparently Nike was somewhat aware of what White American people’s reaction to their ad would be, and just didn’t care. Their business is now oriented largely around non-Americans now.
In addition, Nike’s current growth is coming from markets that simply don’t care about whether football players take a knee during the U.S. anthem. Nike’s U.S. revenue in the last quarter fell 5% in the last nine months. This was well before it took a side in the kneeling debate. At the same time, it grew 8% in Latin America, 13% in Europe, and 16% in China. Consumers in these companies may know about who kneels in American football, but few will care.
In other words, Nike simply doesn’t care what you think about their hate for America – the bulk of their customers hate America as well.
Some spicy memes have come out of this though.
The real question here is: why should Americans tolerate if companies operating on their own soil are specifically producing and marketing products for people who hate them?
Nike needs to be shut down for treasonous activities.