April 17th, 2018
In the past few days, Starbucks has twice been involved in ‘scandals’ over not treating blacks kindly enough.
The effect that blacks have on everyone else, with their chimp-like behaviour, bad smell, gang violence, and general crime, is not allowed to be discussed. Blacks could literally do 100% of every crime and it would still be “OMG IS YOU RAYCISS?!” if you asked them to leave your shop.
What do you mean I can’t use the toilet?!
Blacks think everything is about their skin colour. It’s not, it’s about the behaviour that people with their skin colour engage in.
Anyway, first we had the guy who got arrested for refusing to leave when asked to (as always the black chimps out and refuses to follow orders and then claims racism after they get arrested). Blacks seem to think it is their right to make trouble for everyone else. Everything gets turned into some big “this is the day that I say NO and take a stand” whereas in reality it’s just niggers saying “these rules don’t apply to me”, it happens every day.
And of course, blacks being blacks, and likng to cause trouble, are no going into Starbucks branches, sitting down for 15 minutes, then asking to use the toilet, in order to ‘show the racism’ of Starbucks’ employees or something.
If I owned a coffee shop I would not let this thing use my toilets.
Who the hell even wants blacks in their coffee shops anyway?
I’ve always hated Starbucks for charging like 4 quid for average coffee with loads of extra shit that is not necessary or good for you. But now I understand why they do it. It keeps the blacks out.
Welfare won’t stretch to £4.20 for a coffee.
Blacks cannot physically steal a cup of coffee, cos you have to pay for it first (another surefire way to keep blacks out of any establishment is to demand payment upfront).
So these niggers sitting in Starbucks forever, not buying anything cos they spent their welfare on grills and fried chicken, deserve to be kicked out.
Wow this is a long intro. Here’s the actual article I’m talking about.
Coffee chain Starbucks is to close more than 8,000 company-owned branches in the US for an afternoon next month to carry out “racial bias” training.
The aim is to prevent discrimination in Starbucks stores.
The move comes after the firm had to apologise over last week’s arrest of two black men who were waiting for a friend in a Starbucks in Philadelphia.
Following the incident, protesters converged on the store and there were calls for a boycott of Starbucks.
I seriously doubt Starbucks would notice a big hit in their revenues if blacks stopped going in to buy nothing and wait for opportunities to steal the MacBook of the hipster faggot at the next table.
Sho’ ’nuff I’s be needin’ dat toilet.
Starbucks’ boss said he had been “learning what we did wrong and the steps we need to take to fix it”.
Chief executive Kevin Johnson said he had spent the last few days in Philadelphia. On Monday he met the two men who were arrested.
“While this is not limited to Starbucks, we’re committed to being a part of the solution. Closing our stores for racial bias training is just one step in a journey that requires dedication from every level of our company and partnerships in our local communities,” he said.
The mistake was not having guard dogs trained to kill blacks who get within 50 yards of a Starbucks branch.
All Starbucks company-owned branches and corporate offices will be closed in the afternoon of Tuesday 29 May. Nearly 175,000 staff will receive the training, as will all future recruits.
The life of Millennials just keeps getting better. No house, no wife, no car, still living at parents, spent 4 years at university to end up at Starbucks working for £7.95 an hour, and now I have to do diversity training. Yippee.
But the best thing about this is a line uttered by the Person-of-Ebola, named Brandon Ward, in the second scandal. Trying to engage a white man who had been allowed to use the toilets without buying anything (because he belongs to a race that doesn’t commit all the crimes), the black trickster comes out with a phrase that will go down in history.
“Has anyone ever told you you look like someone familiar”…
I like how the white guy is like “ummm, no, never heard that one before.” Which is probably true.
Every single time blacks try and string a sentence together, they can’t help putting some ooga booga bix nood shit in there. No exceptions.