Starbucks to Hire 10,000 of Obama’s “moderate” Terrorists Starting Right Here in the U.S.

by Scott Creighton

You’re damn right you should #boycottStarbucks

Promised an easy pass into the country, a job waiting for them and a new life, Obama’s “moderate” terrorists are starting to look to retirement, to cash in on those promises.

Trump meanwhile seems to be sending a direct message to them and the new recruits being cultivated in places across the Middle East: there’s no vacancy at the inn.

The fake left and the dishonest neoliberal media that coddles them are all in an uproar as Trump’s executive order is slowly exposing the truth about many of these military aged men and their families looking to gain entry into the country without so much as a peek into their recent past.

As I have stated many times in the last few days, this is what Trump is trying to do, prevent these “moderate” animals from entering the country after they served a couple years launching mortar rounds into farmer’s markets in places like Libya, Syria and Iraq.

Few believed me at first, but more and more establishment and military insiders are speaking out and speaking up, not for families displaced by our “moderate” terrorists, but for the “moderate” terrorists themselves.

The other day Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced they would start hiring 10,000 of these “refugee’ ‘moderate’ terrorists all across the globe and that they would start right here in the Shining City on the Hill.

Hiring Refugees: We have a long history of hiring young people looking for opportunities and a pathway to a new life around the world. This is why we are doubling down on this commitment by working with our equity market employees as well as joint venture and licensed market partners in a concerted effort to welcome and seek opportunities for those fleeing war, violence, persecution and discrimination.  There are more than 65 million citizens of the world recognized as refugees by the United Nations, and we are developing plans to hire 10,000 of them over five years in the 75 countries around the world where Starbucks does business.  And we will start this effort here in the U.S. by making the initial focus of our hiring efforts on those individuals who have served with U.S. troops as interpreters and support personnel in the various countries where our military has asked for such support.

Trump responded quickly to Starbucks’ announcement:

Not quite what I would call a “leftist” agenda, but that’s Okay.

The phone number is a nice touch.

Think about that for a second. The self-absorbed hipsters sipping on Starbucks coffee feeling like they are in touch with the world and on the good side of everything … will be served by cheap labor who launched missiles at civilians, killed and raped for our regime change agenda over in Syria.

There’s a kind of a grotesque symmetry to that isn’t it?

Launched almost immediately, calls to ban Starbucks have hit social media like few other campaigns in recent years. Here’s one I found interesting:

Fascism is better described as corporatism. And in this fascist state, the corporations are infuriated about the possibility of our “moderate” terrorists not getting the jobs they were promised and them not getting cheap labor from all the displaced people made refugees by those same “moderate” terrorists.

Microsoft, Amazon, and Expedia  have filed a lawsuit basically claiming the Trump executive order is going to hurt their profit margins because the cheap labor provided by the refugees will be unavailable now.

In 2015 Der Speigal wrote that Germany needed the cheap labor of all those tragically displaced Syrian refugees. Their “less than citizen” status and their desperation makes them perfect for exploitation.

Also in 2015, the Washington Post wrote something similar.

Even apologists have to admit the lure of cheap labor is a major factor for Big Business.

“Another concern that has been voiced frequently about refugees, especially in Europe over the past few months, in response to the influx of refugees there, has been that refugees take jobs from native workers and reduce wages. The evidence from the Syrian experience suggests that this can happen, but that the effects aren’t very large. In many cases, refugees take jobs that natives don’t want.” The New Yorker

Yes it can happen. It does happen. It’s the plan. Its why these companies and more later are suing the federal government… they took away their access to near slaves.

Imagine this world… you have a ‘moderate’ terrorist ‘refugee’ working at Starbucks for starvation wages handing a cup of overpriced, burned coffee to a vapid hipster in a nice warm neo-funky store while sitting outside on the curb begging for money is a man, born and raised in that very town, who cant get into college and cant find a job. Hipster thanks the terrorist, gives him a tip, thinks how cool he is to shop at a place where Syrian Takfaris work, goes outside, steps over the homeless man, grunts “get a job” at him and walks to the bus stop.

Well, you don’t really have to imagine it, do you?

I don’t think even Orwell could have been that damn depressing.

5 Responses

  1. The law shall now read as follows:
    “Employment Discrimination law shall seek to prevent discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, age, or terrorist affiliation by employers.”

  2. I have never been to Starfucks and never will. Simple.

    • I went twice I think over the course of my life. Once recently actually. The coffee is horrible. It’s burnt and the staff have attitude for days. Plus, years ago, they were big (or at least their CEO was) on supporting Israel during the IDF’s attacks on Gaza. I vowed not to go back after that and I think I did that somewhere on this website if I am not mistaken. I have no care for Starbucks and frankly I hope the boycott bankrupts them.

    • Death to Starbucks.
      Never been there.
      Never will.

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