March 10, 2017
It’s always silly to me when companies involve themselves in politics.
I can understand a situation like Kellogg’s, where they were called out on advertising on Breitbart and had to make a decision on which side to side with. I don’t agree with their decision, and I support the boycott, but I can understand they found themselves in a situation.
But Starbucks just went out there and announced “HEY WE’RE HIRING REFUGEES BECAUSE WE ARE JEWS THAT HATE AMERICA.”
And now, they suffer the consequences.
Swiss financial services company Credit Suisse has warned that Starbucks’ decision to employ 10,000 refugees in protest against President Trump’s travel ban is having a negative impact on the coffee giant’s sales and brand.
“Our work shows a sudden drop in brand sentiment following the announcement of the refugee hiring initiative on January 29, to flattish from a run-rate of ~+80 (on an index of -100 to +100). Net sentiment has since recovered but has seen significant volatility in recent weeks,” Credit Suisse’s equity analyst Jason West wrote in a recent report.
Starbucks’ announcement followed the US President’s executive order temporarily banning refugees from certain Muslim countries. The company said it would start hiring refugees in its sThe Create Jobs for USA program was launched last October, soon after Starbucks Chief Executive Howard Schultz publicly scolded politicians on both sides of the aisle for not doing more to deal with the country’s fiscal woes.tores worldwide and focus on immigrants in the US.
Shortly after that, the company took a major hit. According to the survey from YouGov BrandIndex, Starbucks’ consumer perception levels fell by two-thirds from late January through the end of February. The study showed that 30 percent of respondents considered spending money at Starbucks, but after the announcement, the figure dropped to 24 percent.
The company’s new hiring policy immediately sparked a #BoycottStarbucks movement on Twitter with many Americans angry over hiring refugees and slighting US citizens, especially military veterans.
Of course, any mildly competent consumer analyst could have told Starbucks that this exact thing would happen. Probably, they were told that this exact thing would happen. I don’t know how it is possible they couldn’t have been told that.
But Starbucks is of course run by the Jew Howard Schultz.
And you know these Jews, sometimes they just can’t help themselves.
They just have to Jew the goyim – massive money loss or not.