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Sunday, May 27, 2018

Nazi Coffee: Starbucks Has Hired Some of America’s Most Notorious Racists, in Order to Conduct “Racial-Bias Training”

 


 

Common: “A song for Assata”

[N.S.: Assata Shakur's real name is Joanne Chesimard. Chesimard is a convicted cop-killer, and fugitive from justice, who has been provided sanctuary from justice in Cuba for over 40 years. Chesimard and her comrades murdered New Jersey state trooper Werner Foerster.]
 


 

By A Texas Reader
 


Starbucks' racial-bias training will be costly, but could pay off

Starbucks' decision to initiate the training will cost $12 million in lost profit.
www.khou.com


ATR: The coffee sucks.

Dunkin' Donuts is better IMO.

N.S.: “Racial Sensitivity Training” Will Cost $12 Million, and Lead to More Racial Extortion Lawsuits


Zlati Meyer, USA TODAY

“The training caps a series of efforts that the company has undertaken to recover from criticism concerning an incident that occurred at a Starbucks store in downtown Philadelphia in April. A manager call [sic] police to arrest two African-American men for trespassing. The pair was peacefully [?!] waiting to meet with another man to talk about a business deal and hadn't made any purchases. One man asked to use the restroom -- and was told he couldn't.”

“The pair was peacefully waiting…”

Who wrote this, the racist shakedown artists’ PR firm? The racist shakedown artist was told he couldn’t use the bathroom, because he hadn’t bought anything.

“Since the incident, the Seattle-based chain has apologized to the victims, who received a financial settlement. Starbucks created a new policy which allows people who don't make purchases to use restrooms.”

What “victims”?

And is that “people,” or colored people?

“None have any of them made a play for Tuesday afternoon's business.”

English, please?

“The sessions are expected to be guided by workbooks, employee conversation starters and videos presented on iPads, Starbucks disclosed Thursday. Included in the pre-recorded messages are insights by Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz and rapper Common.

“To develop the training, Starbucks requested input from national and local experts [?!], including former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder; Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund; and Heather McGhee, president of the public-policy organization Demos.”

“Insights”? That’s got to be from a Starbucks press release. Besides, Kevin Johnson and “Common” have no insights. (I’m not familiar with Howard Schultz.) They’re both notorious racists. Common has performed a rap thing celebrating black supremacist, convicted cop-killer and fugitive from justice, Joanne Chesimard, alias Assata Shakur.

(I just determined that he’s the really stupid-sounding black guy who did a series of idiotic Microsoft commercials for Bill Gates.)

Eric Holder and Sherrilyn Ifill are likewise black supremacist monsters; I’m unfamiliar with Heather McGhee.
 

Microsoft AI Commercial ft. Common
 


 

NATION-WORLD
Starbucks' racial-bias training will be costly, but could pay off
Starbucks' decision to initiate the training will cost $12 million in lost profit.
By Zlati Meyer
USA TODAY/KHOU
Published: 8:34 A.M. EDT May 27, 2018
Updated: 8:42 A.M. EDT May 27, 2018

As Starbucks prepares to close stores for racial-bias training on Tuesday, the coffee giant will not only be confronting a difficult and emotional issue, but will incur some hefty expenses in the process.

Starbucks' decision to initiate the training will cost $12 million in lost profit as it closes the doors of more than 8,000 company-owned stores and its corporate office Tuesday afternoon, estimates Sharon Zackfia, a partner at investment banking firm William Blair.

The training caps a series of efforts that the company has undertaken to recover from criticism concerning an incident that occurred at a Starbucks store in downtown Philadelphia in April. A manager call [sic] police to arrest two African-American men for trespassing. The pair was peacefully [?!] waiting to meet with another man to talk about a business deal and hadn't made any purchases. One man asked to use the restroom -- and was told he couldn't.

Since the incident, the Seattle-based chain has apologized to the victims [sic], who received a financial settlement. Starbucks created a new policy which allows people who don't make purchases to use restrooms.

Starbucks' training will be open to up to 180,000 employees between its stores and headquarters. Workers will be paid while they are attending.
While $12 million is a relatively small impact for Starbucks, which posted net income of $660 million in the quarter ended April 1, the chain is hoping the investment pays off when it comes to customer care, boosting the brand's long-term value.

"You want to patronize a business that treats its employees and customers well. [But the two racist shakedown artists were not customers, and the new policy is likewise for non-customers!] Starbucks has gone much further than many other companies in this regards," said John Zolidis, president of Quo Vadis Capital. "The sensitivity training, together with everything else Starbucks is doing, should be beneficial to the brand."

[Economically, the “training” would only be beneficial, if it drew people in as customers who were not previously customers. However, that is unlikely to happen, as there are no pc whites left who are not Starbucks customers. The only people the new policy is likely to attract are racist black and Hispanic non-customers, who are likely to chase away a portion of Starbucks’ paying clientele, just as Panera’s chased away many paying white Chicago customers, when it opened a store in a white neighborhood, where people only had to pay as much or as little as they saw fit.]

Seattle-based Starbucks may minimize the impact by having chosen a lightly-trafficked time of day, the afternoon after the lunch rush, and following a long holiday weekend to shutter its coffee shops.

The sessions will begin at 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. local time and last three to four hours, Starbucks said. Most stores won’t reopen after the training is over, though most normally stay open well into the night.

The only other chainwide closure in Starbucks' 47-year history was in 2008 for espresso training for baristas, according to the company. That mass shutdown translated into $6 million in lost profits, according to Zackfia. Closing costs include not only lost sales, but also salaries paid to employees.

Starbucks' coffee competitors have been standing back. Chains like Dunkin' Donuts and Tim Hortons have remained silent as the fallout from the Starbucks incident in Philadelphia unfolded. None have any of them made a play for Tuesday afternoon's business.

"If a competitor is closing to do sensitivity training around an extremely sensitive topic, to somehow try to take advantage of that would be perceived poorly," said Zolidis.

The sessions are expected to be guided by workbooks, employee conversation starters and videos presented on iPads, Starbucks disclosed Thursday. Included in the pre-recorded messages are insights by Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz and rapper Common.

To develop the training, Starbucks requested input from national and local experts, including former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder; Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund; and Heather McGhee, president of the public-policy organization Demos.

In a phone briefing for the media on Thursday, Ifill and McGhee said they spent many hours talking to company executives in person and on the phone, e-mailing them and drafting a list of sensitivity trainers that Starbucks could contact. They laud Starbucks' effort.

"I don’t know a company as ubiquitous as Starbucks is… that has stated their willingness to directly confront racism and bias within their own company," Ifill said. "That’s powerful."

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll repost this ZH article.
The New Toilet Bowl--Starbucks (great idea,idiots,for opening up the stores).
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-25/inside-new-starbucks-blood-spattered-walls-workers-pricked-needles-and-more
In other anti-white news,MSNBC will host a town hall meeting--Tuesday at 9pm,with racebaiters like Sharpton and Joy Reid hosting alongside white sock puppet,Chris Hayes(allowed in only for the sole purpose,of agreeing with the blacks on the show).In fact,Hayes and any token whites that might be given a moment to speak,MUST dutifully show remorse at being white,and quickly agree with everything that the rich blacks will be bitching about--is true.If one black showing up on MSNBC that night, makes less than 250k a year,I'd be shocked.Should I start a GoFundMe page for Sharpton immediately--or Lebron or the NFL Negro millionaires?
What a joke.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

The ADL [Anti-Defamation League] was included in the list of those to teach diversity training but then was booted when it was found to be too Jewish and too pro-Israel. They are trying to teach diversity but then exclude in the process. Typical.

Anonymous said...

Any White that works for or patronizes this racist White hating organization is totally insane.

Anonymous said...

I don't drink coffee, but I have tasted the pastries at Starbucks several times and they are really horrible. Don't understand the popularity of these joints--must be because so many people have a poor sense of taste. I imagine there will be those white flakes who will be anxious to hold the hands of the bums and thugs in Starbucks restrooms. After getting robbed--or worse--maybe they will change their minds. The real question is will the ordinary affluent customers be willing to expose themselves to the hepatitis, flesh-eating bacteria, and other diseases of the bums--as well as their disgusting hygiene--or will that take the pleasure out of hanging around in a Starbucks?