Red Bull - Official Drank o' The Alt-Freakin-Right - "you know you love 'em Ossie sheilas"
gmkarl at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 11:32:34 PDT 2020
When you say BLM, you mean the recent movement that spawned around black
people being publically killed by police officers without due cause, nor
repercussion, is that correct?
I'm thinking that the people who support such killings would also support
cultures that suppress their discussion.
One more reply below.
There is proof inside many peoples' electronics. Proof that a marketing
group would contract development of a frightening virus. A virus that
responds to peoples' keystrokes and browsing habits, and changes what
people see on their devices. A virus that alters political behavior en
masse, for profit.
On Tue, Jul 21, 2020, 8:48 PM Zig the N.g <ziggerjoe at yandex.com> wrote:
> Oh yeah, the BLM awareness raising campaign is starting to bear fruit,
> grape drank fruit to be precise :D
> I ain't sure Red Bull does grape drank, but it looks like it on day agenda
> now muffaduckas ;)
> You know you love it...
> Red Bull Fires "Woke" Diversity Directors Who Tried To Push For BLM
> Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News,
> Red Bull has fired two ‘diversity directors’ who tried to force the
> company into virtue signaling about Black Lives Matter while also
> dissolving several ‘culture teams’ who were pressuring Red Bull to take a
> more aggressive ‘woke’ political stance.
> Stefan Kozak, its North America chief executive, and Amy Taylor, its
> North America president and chief marketing officer, have both left the
> Austrian drinks company after they tried to create a schism within the
Here the article says the person who, below, is quoted as having worked
continuously on inclusion, "tried to create a schism", while to me it seems
obvious they were struggling to do the opposite.
I'm noticing that creating schisms is what these articles are doing
_themselves_, and the news even reports the people leaving their jobs, very
schismy. Maybe for the author it was a relief somehow to be able to
mention the community fragmentation behavior stimulating the article itself.
business about its supposed “inaction on the Black Lives Matter movement.”
> According to the Wall Street Journal, “Ms. Taylor had been working
> on diversity and inclusion efforts within the company with Mr. Kozak’s
> support for several years but was met with opposition when she began
> advocating for Red Bull to be more overt in its support of racial justice
> in the last month, according to people familiar with the matter.”
> Now jis lark Biden pullin sum serious poll numbers which be crucifyin'
> Trump's black approval rate-in's, this "dastardly, ebil, nasty muffaducka"
> move by Red Bull is totally gonna crucify dey sales ... or sum.thin ...
> Thank God I’m a Country Boy (Aussie Version)
> Now here's one for the lads: exactly how you expect to have a good
> relationship with your sheila, if you __don't__ have a good relationhip
> with her fogies?
> Riddle me that muffaduckas ;)
> Create our world fellow Souls,
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