Why Don’t We Boycott?

Peter Bradley, American Renaissance, August 31, 2012

Starbucks would be a good start.

Last month’s Chick-fil-A controversy got me thinking about boycotts (and retaliatory “buycotts”).  In particular, I wondered why our side doesn’t do them.

The thought occurred to me again as I read an article called “Basketball Coaches and Starbucks Push for Affirmative Action.”

It was published at ColorLines.com, a minority-oriented website that at least describes itself honestly as “a daily news site where race matters.”

The title of the article speaks for itself but here is a snippet:

They may be strange bedfellows, but there is one issue of national import that the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the Obama administration and Starbucks have come together to support: affirmative action.

Last week these parties, alongside more than five dozen other groups, told the Supreme Court they believe universities ought to be able to take race into consideration in their admissions policies. Their court filings set the stage for the Supreme Court, which is set to take up the politically fraught issue this fall.

Starbucks has a long history of anti-white activism. The company funded the opposition to the 1998 Washington Civil Rights Initiative, which targeted racial preferences in the state.

It also worked with the NAACP to fund something called “Civil Rights Schools,” which promote black interests.

If homosexuals can boycott Chick-fil-A over its CEO’s personal stance on marriage and Christians can support the company for the same reason, why can’t whites boycott Starbucks for supporting and funding discrimination against our children?

Foregoing a cup of coffee is not a hardship. There are many coffee shops in most towns, and boycotters would not have to take a public position that could threaten their jobs. They would just stop buying anything at Starbucks.

Such a boycott would not have much impact if it were organized by American Renaissance or the Council of Conservative Citizens. The media would either ignore it or write headlines like “White Supremacists Threaten Starbucks for Defending Civil Rights.”

But what if a mainstream conservative such as Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, or Sean Hannity started the boycott in the name of equal rights and color-blind justice? The “buycott” in support of Chick-fil-A began with a single tweet from former Arkansas Governor and current talk show host Mike Huckabee.

The support of Chick-fil-A resulted in lines out the door and some restaurants ran out of food. The media—no fans of anyone who opposes homosexual marriage—was forced at least to mention the event, and even had to admit that boycott had backfired.

If a mainstream conservative advocated a boycott of Starbucks because of its support for racial preferences it would inevitably get media attention—mostly negative. However, what if Rush Limbaugh mentioned it on his program to 20 million listeners? What if The Drudge Report picked it up? What if some Tea Party groups joined the boycott?

Perhaps a few enterprising restaurant or coffee shop owners would offer “discrimination-free” coffee to entice new customers. Conservative groups could hold meetings at Seattle’s Best, Dunkin’ Donuts, or other Starbucks competitors.

In the age of Facebook and Twitter, the boycott could be promoted to millions of people instantly.

Starbucks would probably hold its ground initially. But what if sales declined by even 1 or 2 percent? The company is listed on the NASDAQ exchange. What if the stock price started slipping? What if a few shops had to close?

It’s safe to say a retaliatory “buycott” wouldn’t work, since all the liberals who would get worked up about it already

Even lefties have a bottom line, and a boycott of Starbucks could succeed, if planned and executed properly.

Boycotts seem to be almost entirely a  tool of the left. In fact, I can’t recall a single nationwide boycott started by conservatives. I would love to be involved in a boycott of an anti-white company or organization. Count me in if one is ever organized.

Peter Bradley lives in Washington, DC.

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  • WmarkW

    A boycott is a great idea, but may I suggest a better target — companies that rely on illegal immigrants and H1-B visas.  There are too many recent graduates who can’t get jobs, and a campaign based on American Jobs for Americans would get a lot less negative flack.

    • 1gravity

       YES.  Count me in. 

  • whiteyyyyy

    Boycotts dont work with corporations.  U have to narrow it down to a person, put a face on it.

  • Our kind of people don’t patronize the generic coffee house whose logo contains the visage of a suggestively naked long-haired white woman anyway, and I don’t imagine many lamestream conservatives do, either.  Asking us to “boycott” that business is like wishing for water to be a little more wet.

  • I just can’t imagine Starbucks being that big in ‘da com-myoo-na -tee’ .  I’ve never seen an African-American in a Starbucks in Portland, Oregon either as a customer or server.  I only go to Starbucks when it is blastingly hot outside and they have air-conditioning and WiFi.

    Why Starbucks would support AA is completely beyond me.  They are already the employer of last resort for tens of thousands of liberal arts graduates working off their $60,000 tuition debt at $10/hr coffee-pouring jobs.  Maybe our AA cousins have too much difficultly learning all those pseudo-Italian made-up words that they use to describe their $4.00 cups of hot water, flavored corn syrup, and 20 cents worth of burned-up coffee beans.

    • I haven’t been to a Starbucks in some time. First it was black barristas then it was homosexual black barraistas at a lot of locations in Chicago. And it has probably been a few years since I have actually spent my own money. Once gift cards I don’t know what i did to acquire were gone, haven’t been back.

      The roasts they use aren’t that good, but corporate did do a good job at building a brand, too good.
      Too many people think burnt beans are good coffee (or espresso). 

      B&N serves their coffee and I stopped going there too when I offended a worker by referring to a former co-worker of theirs as a “morbidly obese sexual degenerate” and a manager “talked” to me about it a few days later. My response “You don’t have to worry about me ever doing that again. I will never patronize this establishment again.” — That’s good management ….. $1000+ a year just walked out the door without a response. And I now just get my Lavazza or Illy espresso an make it at home

  • Guest

    I’m on board with this!  Starbucks coffee is overpriced and tastes like burned corn husks (what, you don’t know what burned corn husks taste like?).  

    I’ve also thought that there should be on-line stores (perhaps starting with the Amren store) that let us buy things that are pro-white.

    Long term we need a facility for producing children’s books and DVDs.  All of them are hateful anti-white garbage these days.

    • Brutus

      I’d skip the DVDs. If you have children and a functioning television set in the same house, you’re doing something wrong in my opinion. For children’s books, how about Rudyard Kipling, Sir Walter Scott, C. S. Lewis, Robert Louis Stevenson, Lewis Carroll, and maybe a bit more Rudyard Kipling? Contrary to popular belief, Shakespeare is also suitable for children. 

      • TomIron361

        Well said Brutus, People should get rid of the tv altogether. There is nothing good about it anymore. Just read and listen to good music and the children will be fine.

  • Blaak Obongo

    I’ve never been in a Starbuck’s, mostly because as far as I can see, its main clientele consists of wanna-be hipsters, yuppies and effete liberals.  I’d be rather surprised to find that any significant number of pro-Whites are frequent customers of Starbuck’s in the first place.

  • Starbucks is awful coffee anyway. I much prefer Dunkin Donuts. Even their “Italian” coffee is horrible. Won’t be too difficult.

    Humor aside, I think boycotts are a good idea. We need  to really start doing something collectively.

    • The__Bobster

      Every DD in my area is owned by camel jockeys. I boycott them too. Good thing I don’t drink coffee.

  • Never stepped foot in a Starbucks. Or a drivethru for that matter. I don’t understand why any White person would patronize McDonalds. The food is certainly unhealthy, and since they declared themselves 365Black, every time I comment on a black violence story at McD’s, I never forget to include that fact.

    • Major

      You’ve had your fill of ” Shineekatheadra Jones’ I take it? Try getting on the phone these days with AT&T or Commiecast….as soon as they open their mouts…I knowed I gots me an AA right off the bat.

      Here’s a lovely White sister who’s got dat blak thing down….


  • Slappy

    It’s not without reason that the late Sam Francis called the GOP the “stupid party.”  The Left gives the Right all the ammo in the world but the Right either ignores it or uses it against itself.  Ala innumerable Obama gaffs, Jeremiah Wright, etc…

  • JohnEngelman

    The kind of people who patronize Starbucks are unlikely to honor a boycott over affirmative action. Ever since the 1960s coffee houses have been a liberal gathering place. 
    Nevertheless, I have never seen a black person working at Starbucks, or even drinking coffee there.

    • Major

      With little more than an 8th grade education and ability… even with a Masters degree from Howard…there’s way too many syllables in one order for a frappe, foamy hot water for them to comprehend…let alone repeat and spell.

  • I have never patronized the coffee house in question.  The closest I have gotten is paying $3 for a cup of coffee only once at St. Louis Bread Company (similar to Panera, and in fact, owned by the same parent company).  If that’s any indication, the coffee is better than the “leading brand” of regular coffee made in your own coffee pot, but it’s not so much better as to justify their prices.

    Real coffee is Ethopian Yrgacheffe and Cinnamon Hazelnut from Soulard’s spice shop in my own coffee pot.  A hell of a lot cheaper and just as good.

  • zimriel

    I will ask this one question –

    Where can we get our coffee if it is NOT leftist-run? It seems to me that in every coffee place I’ve patronised that is not Starbucks, the clientele and management are even more SWPL than the average Starbucks inhabitant.

    Mind you, I live in Planet Boulder now (shoot me) but I found it similar in Houston and its exurbs.

    • zimriel

      I’ll put in another oar here and point out (again) that I’m pro-white, but not (without reason) anti-non-white.

      So another requirement would be that they buy their coffee from nations which are also pro-white. They don’t have to BE white; I am for any nation which is for me. So: Honduras, Costa Rica, Ethiopia perhaps? Maybe even Nigeria these days; I hear they’re inviting in the Rhodesians, and any friend of Rhodesia or the Boers is a friend of mine.

    • Michael C. Scott

      Where do we get our coffee?  At home.  An automatic-drip coffee maker is cheap, and Costco stocks a good variety.

      • Major

        Any kind of “K” cup…especially Millstone’s…boycott the Starbucks cups though…really should be in the automotive aisle as cheap burned reusable oil.

  • Ingsoc

    I’d be happy to boycott Starbucks or any other company that is destroying this country — if I ever went there.

    Had Starbucks once, from a gift card I received for Christmas.  It tasted like burnt, over-roasted, bitter swill and was undrinkable, It is non-potable and not fit for a car’s radiator.  I decided the Circle-K coffee is better and is about 1/4 the price.

    • Major

      “It is non-potable and not fit for a car’s radiator…”

      They must have slipped you their 60W-35W brand. It will work well in cleaning out a crankcase.

    • Beth

      Circle-K sounds like it may be a local mom and pop store which is always better to patronize  than a national corporate business.  There seems to be a rash of political correctness going through corporate America right now.

  • BernieGoetzFan

    Me too. I have not been into a Denny’s since they were punked by the phony “racism” lawsuits by blacks claiming slow service ( as if everyone doesn’t get slow service at Denny’s).

  • Major

    “We are a LOT more efficient in our police forces and military than the Mexican government is…”

    And how, may I ask did you come to such a conclusion? If we really were serious about illegal scum…and if that were true….we wouldn’t have states being sued by the Feds cause they want…and need to…enforce federal Laws.

    The Feds are the real enemy…against every natural born citizen of this country.

    Led by a criminal, non American and his criminal henchman….Holder and his ATF / DOJ hoodlums.

  • APaige

    We need a website or list of companies (and reason(s) why) for a boycott, added to Amren. I actually drink and like starbucks. Today at the store I chose to buy Peets coffee. Can anyone here build a website? I lack the skill set. How much would it cost to add a link/page to this site for a list? To could build to the point were we could add companies we SHOULD buy from, and that advertisement may pay for the site?

    • I could probably put together something.

      • APaige

        Please do and let us know what (how much) we can add to help you.

  • Works for me, I’m kind of cheap anyway.  I currently boycott McDonnalds over the 365 Black.  Anti-white Media constantly calls for boycotts when companies show anti-white ads.  SBPDL calls for boycotts of McDonnalds over the 365 Black nonsense.  BUT as the article said there should be buycotts of their competitors.

  • dukem1

     “universities ought to be able to take race into consideration in their admissions policies.”
    That statement right there illustrates the lie behind all the AA tools.  If they meant it, for real, they would have no problem with an organization stating they would prefer to have more white people included.

    Fat chance.

  • Major

    Like this…”sister”? She’s good…real good.


    • That URL leads to YouTube’s home page.

      • Yes, I just tried it.

        • Major

          My apologies…I’ve fixed that in my original post.

  • Major

    Walmart does have great deals on ammo though.

  • currahee1911

    Why not get lists of Section 8 landlords (names, addresses, occupation) and pass them out.  Or pick whatever doctor or lawyer is on the list and picket their office.

    The mestizos are running the darks out ouf their old neighborhoods, Section 8 housing lures them into your neighborhood.  The guy who owns the rental is your enemy.

  • boycotts don’t work through economic pressure.  They work by holding marches, threatening physical violence, and having a compliant media ready to blame the company being shaken down.  Look at the history of boycotts during the civil rights movement.

  • IKantunderstand

    As per usual, discussions on these websites degenerate into discussions of absolutely NOTHING that is germane to the topic at hand. Could we please have a  discussion of the proposition put forth by Peter Bradley? 1) Is a boycott a good idea.  2) Is Starbucks the best choice. 3) If people like Hannity, Coulter,, et al. are  unwilling to go along, what would be a good method to propagate a boycott? I’ll get the ball rolling: 1) YES, I think a boycott is a great idea. 2) Not sure about Starbucks. Perhaps a bank, like Bank of America, or an insurance company, like Allstate. 3) I don’t know, billboards seem to elicit a great deal of attention. Hey all you smart White people, let’s discuss this!  

  • I think this is a lousy idea. Not many conservative types frequent Starbucks. The ones that do like it because of the lack of diversity. It’s like Vermont, lefty-liberal, yet strangely comfortable because it’s all White.

    I think AmRen or CoCC should expand their online stores. I think we should stick to a Chick-A-Fil format. Harness the buying power of our “community” and put it to good use. Selling something like ground coffee (just for example) and use the profits to expand the sites or put up pro-White billboards, etc. Maybe an Amazon-like web site where everything is made in America? Give us the chance to buy stuff from people not working directly against our interests.

  • Thanks for the article. Just getting this info out is helpful. I know several people who will avoid business with these companies simply because they are informed. Many people will not be willing to cause a “stir” but simply not contributing helps. Articles and websites such as this serve as reminders to us all. Thanks again.

  • godzillabloggs

    If a boycott of Starbucks were to provoke a ‘buycott’,  it could result in an influx of black customers for the lucky coffee-purveyors.  No doubt the existing clientele would appreciate the increased diversity. 

  • anarchyst

    I have been boycotting “diversity-friendly” businesses for YEARS.  Not only do I write to their CEOs, I encourage my relatives and friends to do so.  Careful explanations of WHY quite often get a good response.
    I especially single out the political, social and cultural “businesses” that are controlled by the “tribe”.   I absolutely REFUSE to do business with those that promote miscegenation, diversity and multiculturalism.  This includes almost all “tribe-owned” businesses.
    I will walk out of an establishment that has blacks as employees; if I am asked why, I am honest and state that I support those of my own race.  The bewildered looks on some faces is priceless . . .

  • Occupy never threatened violence, didn’t have the same level of media support as the civil rights movement, and was going after big banks trying to make them seriously change their business models instead of going after small stores trying to make them let blacks in or hire a few token blacks.

    It was doomed from the beginning, the only reason anyone thought it would work is that the real history of the civil rights movement has been studiously suppressed from the time it happened.

  • godzillabloggs

    The charge against Starbucks is anti-white activism.  Whether they are PC about guns or anything else is neither here nor there.

  • Here, have some Fredrick Douglass:

    “”What shall we do with the Negro?” I have had but one answer from the beginning. Do nothing with us! Your doing with us has already played the mischief with us. Do nothing with us! If the apples will not remain on the tree of their own strength, if they are wormeaten at the core, if they are early ripe and disposed to fall, let them fall! I am not for tying or fastening them on the tree in any way, except by nature’s plan, and if they will not stay there, let them fall. And if the Negro cannot stand on his own legs, let him fall also. All I ask is, give him a chance to stand on his own legs! Let him alone!”

    Pro-black literature is not a problem.  Anti-white literature, like Tim Wise, Malcolm X, the guy who came up with “Black Liberation Theology”, and so on, is ironically the kind of hate that the leftists think we produce.

  • Pandemonium

    Forget Tea Party groups joining a boycott. They cower at the the whisper of the word racist.

    • 1gravity

       This is true.

  •  The reason “conservative” boycotts don’t “work” is because a boycott isn’t about the boycott per se, the lack of business to a given institution, it’s about the media.

    • Detroit_WASP

      Whites don’t boycott because….

      1  Very few blacks own businesses to boycott.  
      2  Whites are afriad of being called racist if they boycott a minority business.
      3  Mexicans do own buisinesses but whites don’t boycott because of reason 2.   

      Just my opinion.

  • anarchyst

    Good post!  I haven’t been to a theater in many years.  I REFUSE to support hollywood.  However, I also go after the sponsors, write short, concise and polite letters to the CEOs on WHY I do not purchase their products.
    Hit the members of the “tribe” with the only thing they understand–money . . .

  • anarchyst

    How about an “anti-boycott” where we make it “fashionable” for blacks to frequent predominantly white liberal establishments.  It would serve starbucks and other liberal establishments right to have hoards of blacks mingling with their predominantly white liberal clientele . . .

    • Michael C. Scott

      Due to the behavior typical of blacks, this would drive away their current customer base.  There’s also a delightful irony in blacks harming a corporation that is publically pro-affirmative action.

    • 5n4k33y3s

      Hordes are Mongolian. The Mongolian Empire was far more advanced than any sub-Saharan African tribes were. A little respect for the memory of Genghis Khan, please.

  • If you’re not willing to make major changes to your lifestyle and buying habits, then don’t even begin to talk about a boycott against a major corporation.

    How many people here would be willing to organize and meet on a local level on a very regular basis?

    How many people here would be willing(or can even afford) to pay $10 for something they could possibly get for $5?

    I’ve done this kind of thing before, and I’ve always come away being disappointed by the lack of persistence and tenacity from people. Look around the Internet at the amount of boycotts that were talked about. There are virtually none that had any kind of lasting impact.

    An effective boycott can become a reality, but it literally takes a small army of extremely diligent, persistent and creative people.

  •  That’s precisely why boycotts fall flat. People are rarely willing to make lifestyle changes when they see it as pushing aside something “they like.”

    You’re absolutely correct about buying power. The purchasing power of ten thousand people being taken away from a major corporation is like shooting a shotgun at a battleship. The corporation wouldn’t even notice; they wouldn’t even care if they did notice.

    On the other hand, the purchasing power of ten thousand people could easily support a few smaller businesses, who could then turn around and put pressure on those bigger corporations. The big corporations rely on depression of wages, coupled with the cheaper prices that they can acquire products, to run small businesses in to the ground. When you have a consumer base that uses their purchasing power as a weapon, you can effectively put a small business on the exact same level as a big corporation in terms of viability.

    Capitalism’s biggest vulnerability is that it relies on capital. The same capital that the consumer uses to feed mega corporations on a daily basis is the exact same capital that a consumer can use to support alternatives. Of course, the alternatives are almost always going to take a lot more effort and/or money to support, so most people take the lazy route and complain about the big corporations, but still give them their money.

  • Patriot, they love their high-paying jobs, too. They’re not going to put that in jeopardy.

  • It may also be a matter of economics: Would a Bantu really walk into a Starbucks, pay around $ 1,50 or so, for a few drops of espresso coffee, or would he/she rather go into a McDonald’s and spend less for more coffee, or pop?

    • Major

      Especially when they’re on a break from the McD fryers….and it’s free for them…like most things are.

  • haroldcrews

    If these companies do not pander to blacks then they make themselves the target of lawsuits and government harassment.

    • toldev

       I know what you are talking about. Would the correct term for this be “prophylactic negrophilia”?

  •  One of her relatives is missing, and has been for more than a year.  Even vdare is making a big issue of it.  I don’t want anyone to go missing, but crypto-WN websites don’t need to be featuring missing Filipinas.

    • 5n4k33y3s

      Michelle Malkin spoke with conviction against the media for their double standard on national coverage of hate crimes, specifically as it pertained to the murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom.

      Sometimes you guys are right on point, and sometimes you go wandering into the wilderness.

      If you have someone from another race who speaks out with conviction against this double standard, for the love of God, don’t take their goodwill for granted.

      Each one like her are worth more than a thousand dumb angry white activists who makes us all look bad.

      Not only is she running contrary to “political correctness” on race, she also mocks the Feminists. She takes a lot of heat from hateful progressives too.

      •  Fine.  Good for her, more power to her and us to the extent she takes up our issues.

        For that matter, there’s a black guy on Twitter who gladly retweets AR, SBPDL, VDare, OD, Unamusement Park and all the WN/RR cool kids.

        But I don’t want to live in the Philippines or Africa.

  •  On roadtrips, I do my best to eat at mom and pops. I can get fast feeder food at home, why do I need to do it on the road when I can eat food there that you can only get there?  Efforts to ban billboards are probably funded by the big chains, because billboards are where and how the mom and pops advertise.  The blue freeway guide/service signs only show chains.

  • Brutus

    I love the idea of a scholarship for Whites. Especially for White men. Every White man who has been to college I think has had the experience of looking for scholarships and finding that “full tuition” is another word for “White men need not apply.” 

    • Ed_NY

      I would donate. 

  • Harumphty_Dumpty

    (I’m of two minds about this article. Here’s my first take)

    “If homosexuals can boycott Chick-fil-A over its CEO’s personal stance on marriage and Christians can support the company for the same reason, why can’t whites boycott Starbucks for supporting and funding discrimination against our children?”

    Lol! Because Christians have a Christian consciousness, homosexuals have a homosexual consciousness, and most whites still have an anti-white consciousness!

    We have a ways to go before whites can be activated AS WHITES by a talk show host (and before a talk show host will risk it), the way already awakened and empowered groups like Christians and homosexuals can be activated.

    But hopefully I’m mistaken in thinking your idea is premature.

    But wouldn’t it be ironic if the most effective sentence in your article is this one:

    “Starbucks has a long history of anti-white activism.”

    The term “anti-white” is being consciously spread by many of us who think it’s the most effective soldier we have fighting for us at this moment.

    Let’s deploy this soldier constantly, the same way that anti-whites have deployed their soldier that has won the Western World for them, their big bad R-word!

    When the term “anti-white” occupies as large a space in white brains as the r-word does presently, then the ability to trigger effective boycotts and other actions will be real.

    • Harumphty_Dumpty

      (Here’s my second take)

      The necessity of spreading our own term “anti-white” to push aside the reigning anti-white term, the r-word, I stick by of course. If you haven’t thought that through, please do.

      But I’m less certain some kind of boycott couldn’t be triggered at the present moment. It could be a great consciousness-raising event itself, possibly jumping us ahead years, and empowering whites as whites.

      The delicate task of choosing the right issue and framing it is certainly within the talents of some of the talk show hosts, and some emails to them suggesting it would be a very good idea. Even if they don’t do it, the emails will make an impression on them and move them a slight bit forward possibly.

      • 5n4k33y3s

        Yep. It’s the most concise label whites can use against racially hostile people, regardless of their race. It’s fair to apply the “anti-white” label to most progressive whites too.

        And if they want to escalate into a more direct confrontation in the presence of witnesses, just say “You hate whites.”

  • AmRem

    I was at Starbucks the other day and saw a Kony 2012 sticker, it was funny.

    Probably best that I don’t go there any more 

  • zimriel

    The ST movies were pretty mild. But there was heavy Leftist sermonising in the TV shows, especially TNG.

    • Yes there was. They eradicated disease, poverty, corporate greed and even had a blind Bantu engineer responsible for the ship’s functions.

  • Ed_NY

    Blacks do not give, they take!  They dont tip or grossly under tip waiters and waitresses.  They dont give to charities.  They are takers!  Recently a black church in a neighboring county closed, attendace was high but donations were non-existent.

  • Here is a boycott trick the left uses all the time.  Go into a Starbucks and order a bunch of things, at least $50 worth.  Be very friendly and polite.  Before paying ask the barista, “Does your establishment still donate to organizations that encourage discrimination against people of European descent?”  They will either say yes or they will hem and haw.  Either way, respond politely with, “I’m sorry but I cannot do business with you since you endorse discrimination against my children.  Please cancel my order.”  Then walk out immediately.  Environmental groups would do this to restaurants that were using Styrofoam.  Probably still do.   

    • godzillabloggs

      Does that do anything more than harass the workers who are not to blame for Starbucks policies?

      • 5n4k33y3s

        He can be like this guy at the Chick fil A drive-through:

        • godzillabloggs

          Isn’t that the man who was critiized for using bullying tactics, apologised to his  ‘victim’ and ended up losing his job?

          • 5n4k33y3s

             Yep. This guy clowned himself so hard. I couldn’t stop laughing after he was fired for making this video.

    • 5n4k33y3s

       That’s too passive aggressive and obnoxious, like the progressive guy who clowned himself at the Chick fil A drive-through. Don’t be a public nuisance or it will backfire and everyone will think you’re an @sshole. The boycott is fine, but not going in to order and cancel and lecture and to be disingenuous “angstivist” about it.

    • 1gravity

       Shows a lack of class.  The same scenario might work if the question were posed prior to ordering, loudly enough to involve others in the restaurant.  But still, confronting front line, and lesser paid employees with the policies of their corporate employers, seems petty.  Their lives are probably tough enough as it is.

  • MekongDelta69

    Why do these liberals drool over nonwhites, yet they have lived in a white society their whole life?

    So they can have that feeling of faux ‘moral superiority’ of pretending to be in ‘solidarity’ with the ‘oppressed’, without having to experience the real thing.

    One of the most important traits a leftist has to have (besides being mentally deranged) is being a hypocrite.

    They can talk the talk better than anyone, but they walk the walk worse than everyone.

    • Ingsoc

      Lefty Hollywood and political celebrities get away with it because the media pander to them, never criticize them, or question their hypocrisy.

      A complete moron like Ted Danson can make a loudmouth statement such as, “The earth has 10 good years left,” without one single media toad calling him out on it.  The media headline celebrities doling out slop on holidays to the homeless while they tearfully gaze into the cameras and call for more government compassion and money to be fire hosed into more services for the poor. Never do the media hypocrites  show these lefties getting back into limos leaving for far away, ultra-rich, section 8-free, homeless-free communities.
      The examples are endless of media slobbering over the false compassion of Hollywood and other lefties.  But they won’t hesitate to call out and advertise boycotts of Rush Limbaugh.

  • MekongDelta69

    I’ve read every comment below and I was going to add some long, ‘deep’ diatribe, which, on a good day, maybe ten people might read.

    For what it’s worth (aka my 3 cents worth), this country didn’t go from pro-white to anti-white in a week. It took decades upon decades of gradual destruction to go from where we were pre-1965 (or pre-1955, if you’d rather), to where we are today (and have been for a while).

    Even if everything went our way (which is highly unlikely, considering the demographics, the culture, the immigration laws and a thousand other things stacked against us), it would take another fifty years (at least) to get back to where we were.

    One thing which would and could work right away (and I’ve suggested this on here before a bunch of times), is if, for example AmRen started up an AmRen Store. You could sell the usual stuff everybody else on the planet sells (coffee cups, beer mugs, t-shirts, caps, bumper sticks – you name it – whatever Jared Taylor thinks would sell).

    Why not? Everybody and his grandmother who has a site, sells this stuff. If Jamaal and Shaniqua can sell ‘black power’ crap on the Net and make money from their sales, I know Jared & Co. could do the job 100x better. And the impact would be immediate. There would be no fifty year wait.

    I’d buy a coffee cup and a beer mug and a t-shirt, to start (that’s a promise), even though I don’t need another coffee cup and beer mug and t-shirt. It’s not individually much, but if (almost) every poster on here were to back up their words with a little money, it would go to an organization that looks out for us. I had a subscription almost since the beginning to the hard copy of AmRen before it was discontinued.

    Do people donate to AmRen? Sure they do, but it’s hardly a ton. Some people like to feel they’re getting something material for their money instead of altruistic giving. Why? Because that’s just the way some people feel.

    Will some people boycott Starbucks? Maybe a few people who read the above article directly or b/c they received it via email or from another post. You’re never going to get ten million or a million or a hundred thousand or ten thousand people to boycott Starbucks, as much as we may want them to.

    And since nobody is going to stand outside Starbucks with a sign saying, “Don’t patronize Starbucks. They hate white people” (or whatever), b/c at best, people will look inside – see NOTHING BUT white people – and think you’ve lost your mind. Most people on earth are clueless when it comes to matters like this. Not that it isn’t a lofty goal (to make people more aware), but in reality, it’s just not going to happen.

    None of us one here knows anybody else on here – or maybe one or two other people at best. (I actually do know two other people who post here in real life – and so may some of you). So, none of will know if any other of us boycotts Starbucks or just about any other company which exists, because they’re almost ALL anti-white. So unless you live in a cabin in the woods and are completely self-sufficient, this has a snowball’s chance in hell of working.

    And in a couple of days, this story will have made it’s way down the page and unfortunately most people will have forgotten about it. (Unfortunately, that’s just the way things go.)

    BUT an AmRen Store would have a positive impact money-wise as soon as it’s up and running. Sure, it’s more work and sure it’s more time, but if it works, it will have one helluva bigger and more immediate impact than any boycott for anti-white reasons.

    *sigh* I see that my diatribe became long and ‘deep’ anyway, even though it had nothing to do with what I was originally going to write.

    P.S. I had Starbucks one time in my life and I thought it was average and best and waaaaaaaay overpriced.

  • MekongDelta69

    This worked in the ’50s because I Like Ike had Operation Wetback and deported (about) 3 million illegal aliens.

    It’s still a great idea, but competely and totally unrealistic under this dictatorship. Big Brother & the Holder Co. sue states which try to enforce the immigration laws and put extreme pressure on even so-called ‘moderate’ and ‘polite company’ organizations which bring up this subject (e.g. FAIR, Numbers USA – and groups like that).

    You want to make a small, positive start? Don’t vote for the black muslim marxist in November. Then we’ll go from there.

    • A vote for Romney is a vote for HOLDER TO BE GONE.

      I’m voting Anglo-Saxon, for oh, so many, many reasons…..

  • While I support the idea I have to wonder how we could frame the boycott to make it effective.

    Boycotts work for the left because they can generate wide-spread ‘outrage’ with their appeal for inclusion and tolerance, etc.

    How do we get most passive whites to understand what’s at stake?

  • Periapsis

    This is a good start, and another place where whites can show their festering and growing anger is boycotting college and professional sports. Both have been turned into nothing but black worshipping and lining the pockets of those who hate and despise us with our ever scarcer and increasingly devalued dollars. I see no reason to give them one red cent, and I for one have boycotted sports, both college and professional for all of my adult life. Sports has become the opiate of white Americans, an opiate that also gets white women killed, raped, impregnated and infected by darkies. That is another reason why I boycott, ignore and refuse to devote any attention to college and professional sports, especially the ones that are overun by blacks.  Whites should not send their sons and daughters to these colleges and universities that elevate sports above all else, because that puts their lives and well being in danger. Nor should they donate anything to them, these institutions are literally enemy territory. When a black athlete can get away Scott free with raping a white girl while holding a gun to her head, that should be reason enough not to send your son or daughter to the college or univeristy that allows this.

    • Pandemonium

      Grove City College, Grove City, Pennsylvania. Fought the federal government and won. Check it out.

    • LaSantaHermandad

      You know I didn’t even read any of these posts before I did mine. I just saw yours and we share the same sentiments. I didn’t bring the crime factor in because I tend to get totally insane when it comes to that and get so angry that I wind up writing something that gets me “edited” by the moderator. That’s not a negative criticism, he/she is doing a conscientious job.
      Vis a vis the crimes from Kermit Washington to O.J. Simpson,  there would  be nothing remarkable I could add . You said it all.
      BTW who is the “athlete” who held the gun to the girl’s head while he raped her? He needs to have a gun held to HIS head and let the hammer fall. I could volunteer for that job and my only feeling would be a slight recoil.

    • 5n4k33y3s

      Yep. So some blacks can run a little bit faster and jump a little bit higher. So what? The media treats them like they’re performing miracles. Meanwhile, doctors and engineers are paid a small fraction compared to pro-athletes.

      Plenty of pro athletes and olympic champions take steroids anyway. I’m sure a lot more black athletes use steroids and various other performance enhancing drugs than we know.

      I like to play sports and watch sports, but it takes the fun out of it every time I remember, these guys get paid more between two commercial breaks than I get paid in a year. It’s an indignity for me to watch them.

      Personally, I’d rather see American society be like Afghanistan, with tribal militias and gun battles rather than be treated like a chump in a Feminist, Socialist, anti-white, anti-male society.

      • Bad_Mr_Frosty

        If things stay on course, it will end up that way. I think our South Africa phase will be pretty short. Once White people rally and organize, it’s all over for diversity. Unfortunately things have to get a lot worse before they can get better.

  • toldev

     Sometimes you are better off not to state why. That can come back to haunt you professionally. Besides that, companies like Starbucks are so indoctrinated with multicult thinking that they wouldn’t want your racist money anyway.

    White nationalists don’t have the power to economically destroy a company like Starbucks out right. White nationalists have to resort to the death of a thousand cuts. First, do not give the company any of your money. Second, bad mouth the company so others will not as well. And, when you are doing the badmouthing, consider your audience. Telling your Prius driving neighbor and her sandal wearing boyfriend that Starbucks is evil because it is anti-white probably is not going to have the effect you want. However, if you mention that the foam that they use to make their cups is destroying the ozone layer… Yes, it is manipulative and sleazy. But sometimes you have to fight fire with fire.

  • 5n4k33y3s

    Why not just mind our own business? Because the federal government will force your white solidarity business to hire diversity tokens and then the diversity tokens will sue you later on, just like Lilly Ledbetter did to her employer.

    There needs to be a white man who does something like “Rosa Parks”, whose defiance of the Affirmative Action mandate becomes emblematic of the greater cause against federally mandated “corrective racism” against whites.

    It should probably be about college admissions (federally subsidized college) and it could also be an Asian man who says “I won’t accept being treated as a second class citizen because of my race. I scored higher than dozens of other applicants. You’re all RAYCISSSSS!”

  • 5n4k33y3s

    I was almost astonished when a rich NBA athlete said 20% of NBA fans ought to be shot. And then he said “Literally”, as if it weren’t bad enough already. Just to be clear, I was *almost* astonished but not quite, because blacks are always trying to push the envelope on white tolerance for their racial aggression.

  • LaSantaHermandad

    Every White who ISN”R self loathing should join in a general boycott of everything that is centered on Afros; Black dominated sports both collegiate and professional  NFL,NBA, NCAA, entertainment, movies ( don’t see movies of Samuel L. Jackson,  Danny Glover, Denzel Wahington, Wesley Snipes and a host of other Black “actors” who have at one time or another, made insulting remarks to or about White people. Don’t patronize products whose ads. demean Whites (that’s a long list), and  constantly pair White women with Black males in suggestive situations in commercials and that also applies to TV shows and series that Blacks as brilliant and White males as stupid,  nerdy and/ or effeminate. I refuse to contribute to the Darfur project because  1. The genocide against the Animist Christians is being perpetrated by the Muslim government of Sudan and I’ve never heard a criticism of their actions by our Muslim enamored govt . 2 There is a genocide in progress against White farm families in SA and in Zimbabwe while our Government looks the other way as it does right here in America while a Black Panther calls for the murder of White babies.
     Don’t even watch Black dominated sports on TV. The NBA, NFL and NCAA would get the message in short order. 

  • 5n4k33y3s

     Nope. China is Russia’s best ally and Russia is the biggest, most free nation of mostly white people in the world. Look at the government of almost any other white nation and they’re grovelling to the “diversity consultants” who tell them to liberalize their immigration policy and embrace diversity.

    • Pandemonium

      Yep. Putin instituted October as “make a new Russian” month. 

      He is keenly aware of the demographic issue Whites face. 


    • ed91

       I’m hearing more say that an obama win would be best in that it would speed up the disintegration of the US, making the return and rebuilding of a greater America that much sooner……….

      It is argued that Romney/Ryan are panderers and big government elites.

      Me?  I don’t know……..  where’s the truth?

  • What do affirmative action advocates Howard Schultz
    (Starbucks CEO), David Axlerod (Obama Chief), and David Stern (NBA
    Commissioner) all have in common?

    Oh wait, never mind.

    • anarchyst

      Please be careful. . .this site does not tolerate criticism of a certain “tribe”.

  • As a non-American, I must say that most of the so-called whites I have known in this country would have been considered “white trash” in Europe just a few years ago.

    • 1gravity


    • anarchyst

      In fact our founding fathers were considered “traitors” and “white trash” as most American revolutionary colonists were.
      These “traitors” and “white trash” came up with the most important documents (and ideas) of the ages–the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. . .
      The idea of declaratory principles that put LIMITS on government while expanding personal freedoms and rights that originate from our CREATOR, (not “permissions” from government) was (and is) NEVER tried before and made the United States the most prosperous country on earth–in fact SO prosperous that we probably support YOUR country with “foreign aid” . . .
      I don’t know what country you hail from but I suggest you stay there.  America does not need people like you.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      Not just a few years ago — my ancestors were called “unwanted trash,” cleared off of the Scottish highlands and then driven out of Glasgow by force.

      Funny how that unwanted trash prospered in this country, surviving coffin boats where 30%  either died on route or arrived dead — and whose posterity went on to earn PhDs in physics, math, chemistry, medicine and help send men to the moon, probes to Mercury and Jupiter and out past the outer edges of the solar system.

      I wish Europe would expel more of its “White trash,” South Africa too, exile them to the racist, xenophobic, hate-filled United States with the rest of us White trash.

      There’s nothing better than White-free paradise, right?  Like Detroit, for example.


    • It’s funny how an opinion based on daily interactions was sidetracked.

      What does going to the moon mean when one of your typical citizens can barely find the US on a world map, or handle an knife and fork like a civilized human being? Or when most of your young people go around with tattoos and piercings and look like they haven’t bathed in weeks?  What does it mean when taking time off to care for family and to attend funerals is frowned upon, hardly recognized? Is that a culture?  And what about your whorish women?  What is so great about your country nowadays, really?

      • godzillabloggs

        “What does going to the moon mean when one of your typical citizens can barely find the US on a world map, or handle an knife and fork like a civilized human being? ”

        Was penicillin of no value because it was discovered in a country where illiteracy was widespread?

    • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

       I lived in Europe for a few years in the 1990s and I noticed that whites that act trashy, are ignorant, have poor manners in public, etc., abound wherever I went (and I was in 14 countries), with working class Brits possibly the worst of all.  One thing that type had in common everywhere was the basic opinion that ANY European was more sophisticated, more intelligent, better informed, than ANY American on ANY subject, even our own politics and history.  I found it at times laughable, but also frustrating.  Only a few highly educated people I met and knew (lawyers, doctors, etc.,) showed much  of a tendency toward self-criticism.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        Interesting.   I saw a poll recently where hotel owners all over the world were asked who were the best and worst guests and from which country.

        Hands down, by a huge margin, Americans won as the best hotel guests in every country polled, including Asian countries.  Hotel managers said Americans tip, were friendlier, cleaned up better after themselves than those from other countries, were not as demanding or rude as Europeans and were by far more polite and complained far less about hotel conditions.

        But then I suppose you knew that.


        • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

           Yes, it is all very interesting.  As long as we are on this subject, I would also like to notate that they way or style of European rudeness is often very different, veiled, I guess you could say, until you get into a real conversation with them.  This turns out to cause a very different style of rudeness from the type I experience from Americans or even English speakers (native, I mean) anywhere, with Canadians being more like Americans than any other.  The difference is that Europeans will and have maintained the polite exterior better than Americans (most of the time).  I mean, in certain parts of the South, like a part of East Texas I know of, Americans are incredibly polite and gracious, reflecting the old Southern, Western standards that used to prevail in much of the U.S. 

          In order to even begin a conversation in Europe, you must say “hello,” and or the proper greeting for the time of day, and ask politely before coming to your real purpose AND preferably IN the host Language, and say “than you.”  For example, I found in France that if you at least try, they LOVE you, but if you don’t try at all, they will shun you and be quite cold.  As you know, many here just say “hey” or “Yeah, I’d like to have,” or more often, “Yeah, I’ll take the hamburger and fries with a coke deal.”  “Yo, gimme da nummer fi on yo menu.”

          In Munich, Germans sometimes just spoke English to me first because they knew I was an American on sight.   But they were typically very nice as well.  I did see some bad attitude as well, as when the English language tour  line we were in to enter the Neuschwanstein Castle was let in before a German language tour.  One German man was glaring at the foreigners, obviously outraged that Germans would have to wait on anyone else!  I found the Dutch so friendly I though I was being seduced every other
          time I talked to a young Dutch woman, they just radiate and have a way
          of squeezing their eyes when they say goodbye that makes you feel
          loved.  (Until you get to know them, then it’s a bit more difficult).   A youth in Spain mocked me when I tripped over a high doorstrip following him to the proper counter for my business.  In the region I lived and in a few places in Southern Austria, I often heard the list of why where they lived was better than America.  They had every cliche’ down pat.  The first one usually was, “It’s not safe to walk on your streets.”  (Whereas it was and hopefully still is VERY true that it is safe in Slovenia and Austria to walk the streets at night).  Of course, I responded by saying that every place in America was not New York City or L. A.  (Also less true today).  But some people also treated me as if I were a celebrity.  Also, big note; Muslims and people obviously NOT European simply ignored me, wherever I ran into them, or eyed me with a look that did not seem kind or well intentioned.

          In my overview, Globalization is bringing out the worst characteristics of all cultures, with the greatest influences on it coming from America’s worst offerings.  You’d be amazed at the phony pop groups that exist outside of the U.S. that exist only for the non-English speaking marketplace.  But I think that what we have in America today is immigrants who have been educated into thinking that Americans don’t deserve their own country so it is just fine for them to move in, take over and look down on their American born citizen neighbors.  Just one more dimension of the resulting list of enrichments we reap from Multiculturalism and Diversity.

      • godzillabloggs

        This is worrying.  Could it be that the fears of the pioneers of eugenics are coming true?

        • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

           Actually, it looks to me as if modern genetic researchers are tending to prove Eugenics was basically founded in good, scientific intuition (if you know what I mean).  But the bias of Europeans toward the backward American is very old.  This attitude was quite abundant in the 19th century European mind, which while indulging in this superiority/inferiority complex, was gulping up Western fantasies about the “noble savage” and “gunslinging cowboy.”  Much of that attitude was hugely reinforced in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by Buffalo Bill Wild West Show tours in Europe as well as other lesser known ones. 

          (Even earlier, Europeans were devouring the Indian myths via J F Cooper novels or even more extreme European rip-offs of the same.  (Also, important to note is that even (by the middle 19th century) Eastern Americans often were nearly as naive).  This is why so many came and settled in the Mid-West completely unprepared for the reality of frontier life.  Texas history is most remarkable in this vein.  The recent counter revisionist history publication, “A Fate Worse than Death” (Michno) contains many good examples of this naive tendency of European settlers (and Easterners) who often, sadly, paid a terrible price for their ignorance OR trust in government guarantees.  But the poor always had little choice but to “Go West).

          • godzillabloggs

            I sdoubt that xavie;s attitude owes much to James Fennimore Cooper.  It’s more likely that someone was rude to him in Macdonalds.  One incident can colour a person’s view of a whole nation.

          • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

             If you lived in Europe, really lived there and served the public, knew them as friends, even intimates, you would learn some of the subtleties that any sociologist or historian (social historian) would agree contribute to the resultant culture and its expression, even if it is triggered by a rude server at a McDonald’s.  But anyone who allows ONE incident to color one’s view of an entire nation is already a mental/emotional dwarf.

            Subnote;  While living in Europe, I learned that JF Cooper’s novels were not only wildly popular in Europe by the early 19th century, but in Germany spawned a large mimic novel culture that I find behind many of the self-righteous Germans (others too) regarding subjects  they love to criticize America for; namely, “How the whites treated the (poor, noble, spiritually superior) Indian.”

    • godzillabloggs

      You should shun whites and cultivate the company of blacks.  The next time you are in the US, head for the black part of town and make yourself at home. There is nothing that blacks would like to see more than you strolling through their district with a black girl on your arm.

  • anarchyst

    Do you have a name of the thug?  I don’t follow basketball or any other black sport . . .

  • ShoutsAtTV

    I already do this. My list is long and very satisfying. It takes me to places I wouldn’t normally try and I have never been sorry I quit a retailer that wasn’t on my side. These clowns have no idea how much money they lose for their political posturing.

  • ShoutsAtTV

     Why tell them anything? They wouldn’t listen anyway.

  • godzillabloggs

    I believe that there were communists and fellow-travellers among Hollywood directors and actors in MvCarthyite times, yet it is hard to think of a movie that made communist propaganda (except in the war years, when Stalin was an ally).

  • blight14

    And yet I’m not supposed to put 2+2 together when it comes to the hideous corporate tactics of Starbucks, et al, and its CEO Howard Schultz……..Oh really, well I DO connect Schultz to his companies numerous anti-white policies…..

  • anarchyst

    As long as ONE REAL AMERICAN is out of work, there should be NO H-1b visas issued . . .

  • LaSantaHermandad

    I’m right there with you. I can still see the anguish in Gary Christian’s face as he was forced to sit there and listen to the descriptions of the horrors that his daughter suffered at the hands of those monsters. I don’t know how he controlled himself.
    I was edited in my above post. I don’t remember what I said that was inappropriate.

  • LaSantaHermandad

    I was always taught that it came from the Dred Scott decision.

  • LaSantaHermandad

    I don’t believe that there are any more pedophiles among gays than there are among straights. Just an opinion. I have no stats to back it up.

  • John Bonham

    (But what if a mainstream conservative such as Michelle Malkin, Ann
    Coulter, or Sean Hannity started the boycott in the name of equal rights
    and color-blind justice?)
    Which they wouldn’t, because ALL of these named go out of their way to make sure everyone knows they aren’t a racist,  they wouldn’t want to bring that stigma on them if they are spending most of their time trying to avoid it ..

  • John Bonham

     Mike, I would LOVE to see your list..  Lol, For comparison reasons… Thumbs up

  • John Bonham

     Seriously did Glenn say “why can’t we all get along”?? I can see him saying conservatives are opposed to boycotts ( I’ve heard a lot of conservatives say this) but, why can’t we all get along?

  • ed91

     countries like saudi arabia actively support the infiltration and eventual downfall of america…………   the 1965 kennedy bill has doomed the US.

    • Friend, let’s get our facts straight on who is really responsible for the immigration problems we’re experiencing and put the blame where it belongs.  Directly from Wikipedia “The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 (Hart-Cellar Act, INS, Act of 1965, Pub.L. 89-236)[1] abolished the National Origins Formula that had been in place in the United States since the Immigration Act of 1924. It was proposed by United States Representative Emanuel Celler of New York, co-sponsored by United States Senator Philip Hart of Michigan and heavily supported by United States Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts.”  In short, the 1965 act was primarily the doings of Emmanuel Celler.  His motivation was to make it easier for Russian Jews to immigrate to the US.   Anyone else that came along for the ride was immaterial and btw, probably desired.  Go to Youtube and do a search for “Barbara Spectre”, watch the video on her, and you’ll then understand why they’re having similar problems in Europe. 

  • ed91

     liberals are lost in the ’cause’ of non-whites……..

    they seem to have little idea of the horror that non-white countries create and endure.

  • godzillabloggs

    From what I’ve seen, successful boycotts usually involve an achievable limited objective,  and  they publicly shame the target.  We are not told whether the loss of sales or the shame make the boycott successful.

    Then there are the prolonged boycotts by people who feel strongly about something and feel that buying a certain product make them complicit in the target company’s wrongdoing.  Some boycotts of Israeli products by leftists have been going on for years, with a noticeable  effect on sales , according to one report.

    A boycott of Starbucks would probably be  of the second kind.

  • Pandemonium

    A big part of the problem with “standing up” to the race hustlers is that the law is on their side.

    The laws need to be changed before “standing up” has a snowball’s chance of winning.

    The big corporations go along with “diversity” because it immunizes them against massive law suits for “discrimination”. It’s cheaper for them to institute diversity programs than fight law suits.

    And, of course, those big corporations care NOTHING about us except for the profits we generate for them, of course.

  • Pandemonium

    Better to call or write Corporate about their anti-White policies.

  • Pandemonium

    Wait for the election.

    Win or lose, “diversity” will be on open display more so than usual. 

    It will be interesting to see how the lame-stream media reacts. 

    It will also be interesting to see how we react.

  • I don’t buy any Starbucks or other fancy coffees… Paying a premium price for coffee is stupid…

    Coffee is coffee…

  • anarchyst

    Thank you,

  • Asian Americans would also be against affirmative action. In CA, they did not qualify as “underrepresented minorities”, and thus did not benefit from AA back when we had it. Once AA use in UC admissions was banned, Asian Americans on UC campuses increased.

    “Politics makes for strange bedfellows.” On many issues of concern to AmReners, Asian Americans would be a valuable political ally.

  • godzillabloggs

    It’s just possible that Starbucks are all too aware of the lack of diversity among their clientele and are forking out funds to promote affirmative action, in order to buy off possible trouble from anti-racist agitators.

    If they are sincere about affirmative action, let them  sell coffee to blacks  for half-price.

  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

     Hi Michael,

    I lived in Europe for a few years in the ’90s.  One thing I noticed as soon as I got there (Holland) is that they play and people watch those trash tv shows where people fight over child maternity and relationship issues with lots of foul language, etc.  As an American, I found it really embarrassing to see there and realized that a great deal of current European opinion has been based on receiving this as a steady diet for decades now.   I have always hated those shows, but I hated them even more after that.

    I also visited the UK and Ireland for an extended period in 1988.  I found all sorts of manners lacking, even table manners in London by white Londoners.  The school children were rude on buses, etc.  Working class English are little more than louts with big mouths (unfortunately) and grown worse in recent years, going by the internet comments they make.

    I also learned a long time ago that these guys running these shows get the participants to exaggerate and act out for the sake of the show.  My sister knew some people who were interviewed for one of those shows.  They refused to go on because they wanted them to say really terrible things and they refused.  So you’re getting a real idiot, sell-out type who wants more than anything to be on tv.

    This xaver is as ignorant as anyone because he gets all his impressions from these shows and other shock media, that Europeans countries like to show to help their own populations feel superior and also deflect complaints about their own government and culture.  I saw a great tendency toward that.  They LOVE playing American films on state television on themes usually dealing with American corruption, racism, hypocrisy, etc.  Of course, only America has produced so many or any such films.  (France banned “Paths of Glory” for years for example).

    Unfortunately for whites in general, the European hypocrisy behind the criticism of white America is huge.

  • Michael C . Scott

    The definition of Scot-Free” First off, let’s set the record straight on the expression itself — it’s actually “scot-free.” And contrary to popular belief, it has nothing to do with Dred Scott or the Scottish.
    Sceot is the Old English for “a tax.” Scot and lot was a medieval muncipal tax levied on residents. Someone who managed to avoid paying this medieval tax got off “scot free.”Eventually, the word evolved to describe getting away without any kind of punishment, fiscal or otherwise. ”I’m very ambivalent towards my fellow Scots, they’re all liberals, socialists and marxists.

  • godzillabloggs

    In the UK, vegetables are the most noticeable Israeli product on display.  No boycott is going to shift the Israeli government’s position on important matters, although boycotters did manage to persuade the supermarkets (or perhaps the Israelis)  to identify products grown in the occupied territories.  Previously, they had been labelled as Israeli produce.

  • godzillabloggs

    Starbucks is an easy target but it is asking too much to expect a boycott to force them to change their  policy.  The shame element would not be there; if anything, they would become more smug.

    Still, it would be possible to inflict some economic damage, and the boycotters would have the satisfaction of knowing that they are not supporting the enemy.  Also, if there is any media coverage, it may alert other white nationalists to the politics of Starbucks.

  • godzillabloggs

    Celts do not qualify because they fail the blackness test.

    • Michael C. Scott

      Correct, but we wouldn’t cause problems inside the stores, the way blacks would.

  • Calling out Starbucks for this outrage is certainly justified, but am opposed to boycotting them at present simply due to the fact that a vast majority (95% at locations I am familiar with) of their current workforce are young native-born Whites. I would urge that we wait some time to see if a rapid demographic swap actually does take place.

    Instead of targeting Starbucks immediately, lets look at some other companies of prominence which already feature minority domination and racially-selective hiring practices. Here are a few prominent examples:

    Auntie Anne’s pretzels
    Wawa (many locations)
    Dunkin’ Donuts (at most locations)
    BP (British Petroleum gas stations)
    Valero gas stations

    At service locations associated with all of the above companies, it is entirely common to find staff entirely of a single race- probably from South Asia or Latin America- and it is unlikely an application for employment submitted by anyone not of like background (including  Blacks) will even be looked at. This racial hegemony is established at the local level, by alien franchise-managers. From my observation, it is only broken occasionally- for pretty White girls.

    Ironically, Taco Bell is not one of these companies and actually has a fairly balanced (reflecting local demographics) staff at all locations I am familiar with in North Jersey.

    McDonald’s is already targeted for boycott (see Paul Kersey’s “Boycott ‘365 Black'” campaign).

  • The Worlds Scapegoat

    I have been boycotting Starbucks since they started business (or since I first noticed them).  Why would anyone pay the same price for 1 cup of coffee as you would pay for a can of ground coffee beans?

  • Church_of_Jed

    Starbucks drinks and stores are poisonous, because:

    “Diversity it a toxic biohazard targeted against White Humanity’s privilege of freedom and liberty.”

    -Rev. Jed DeValleysim, “How it ends for us,” 2009

  • godzillabloggs

    I think that ‘xavier’ was recently posting here under another name. It might be best not to rise to his bait.

  • Puggg

     If everyone understood the difference between “loan” and “gift,” then these judge shows would go out of business.  There’s this one judge show where the judge talks about how he was a gangbanger as a kid then turned his life around to become a lawyer then a judge. The irony is that with his past history as a kid, he wouldn’t be able to become a cop to arrest people to appear in his courtroom, or be a bailiff in his courtroom. Unless the city is desperate enough to hire black cops.

  • eavesmac

    So long Starbucks and Home Depot.

    • Funruffian

      Asta luego Starbucks, Comcast, Home Depot and Network TV.

  • peon

    I already boycott starbucks, but only because their coffee tastes like drinking a cigarette.

  • Gus Grizzel

    One of the biggest problems I see is the constant facade of the internet. I see people on some of the sites that believe if they only can post more, they are doing something. They cut and paste articles from other news sites, and sometimes offer their opinions. While this can be a hobby or outlet, it isn’t helping.

    So many “aware Whites” are just posting online. Playing in the sandbox is nice, but it won’t help your race create a new generation.

    I noticed long ago the whole collectivity deal. No matter what happened to you, no other White was going to help you from these sites. At the end of the day, you are on your own. Now, it shouldn’t be like this. There are Whites who could offer other Whites jobs. There are Whites with money who could help a poorer White with a college education. Donate a car, do something, and it doesn’t mean a “charitable organization”. If you are single and have money, leave it to a White guy so he can attend college. Don’t just hand over the money, pay the college, and that’s his incentive to stay the course.

    So boycotting a company isn’t as good as helping other Whites. Without this solidarity or unity, we are all on our own. Whites are so fiercely independent for sure, and lot of that goes with higher intelligence, but this a time when we need to be helping our own kind.

    I figure if I even can do one thing a year for someone, that’s a big step.

  • Gus Grizzel

    Why do you watch this stuff? They make money off the commercial advertising. Just junk the TV and you aren’t subjecting your mind to their pollution.

  • Gus Grizzel

    Because the government pushes this agenda with business. Businesses have to show they are trying to recruit minorities for labor and that they are appealing to their markets. If they can’t “find any”, they have to show they are offering scholarships or other. They always have to be on the cusp of showing they aren’t a “racist” organization. One way is to cater to these groups. By over-representing nonwhites in their marketing, advertising, and hiring, they can gain favor and prove their “diversity” slant.

    We all know they aren’t really minorities. It is about the liberal Whites and other factions pushing us out.