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  • OH BOY: Starbucks Will Now Talk To You About Race And Inequality In America

    Ever wonder why you’re not being lectured about your white privilege while ordering coffee at your local Starbucks?

    Well thanks to the guilty white liberals who run Starbucks, your next venti vanilla latte will come with a barista who will happily remind you of all the terrible racism that you’re either contributing to or are just ignorant of in America today.

    The controversial police deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner last year have inspired a new race relations campaign initiated by Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.

    Schultz says the campaign is meant to encourage Starbucks baristas to talk to customers about America’s many racial issues.

    In the weeks to come, Starbucks baristas will be asked to write the phrase “Race Together” on customers’ cups, which Schultz says should help to “facilitate a conversation between you and our customers.”

    “If a customer asks you what this is, try to engage in a discussion that we have problems in this country in regards to race. And we believe that we are better than this, and we believe our country is better than this,” Schultz said in a video announcing the coffee company’s new initiative.

    Schultz also plans to outline more details about his “Race Together” campaign along with an 8-page primer that will be published Friday by USA Today. The Starbucks race primer will include “conversation starters,” such as the statement “In the past year, I have been to the home of someone of a different race ___ times.”

    This is perhaps the most ridiculous thing white guilt has produced in a long time.

    I mean, the very fact that Schultz can actually launch such a ridiculous and widespread campaign to talk about the so-called overwhelming amount of racial inequality is proof in itself that American society is now leaps and bounds ahead of where it used to be in terms of racial harmony.

    No truly and inherent racist society populated by virulent bigots would sit down, shut up, and tolerate such a laughably absurd campaign.

    If Howard Schultz really wants to help solve the scourge of racial inequality, he’d be calling out people like Barack Obama and Eric Holder who sue states like Louisiana to stop its government from sending black and Latino kids to better schools.

    Will Howard Schultz have his Starbucks baristas ask customers why 32 percent of black students never graduate from high school?

    Will Howard Schultz have his Starbucks barista ask customers about the issue of the 5,635 blacks who were murdered by other blacks in 2013?

    If Howard Schultz really wanted to help cure racial bigotry, he would organize marches for life to help draw attention to lucrative pro-abortion conglomerates like Planned Parenthood which intentionally targets and sets up shop in predominately poor and minority neighborhoods and aborts one black and Latino baby after another.

    Will Starbucks baristas ask customers what think about the first black president’s economy making white Americans 13 times richer than their black counterparts?

    No. He Won’t. Because Howard Schultz just wants to feel good about himself. And this new race talk campaign is him “doing something” about the so-called racial injustice that’s supposedly overwhelming our lives.

    Idiots.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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