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Hit Them Where it Hurts – the Wallet

If you are not boycotting something, you are likely forking money over to companies that despise you. The sheer number of companies that openly display their contempt for white people is striking, and it’s easier to find companies that exhibit these behaviors than those that do not. From white privilege training, to brainwashing commercials, to blatantly anti-white rhetoric—there’s unlimited choice when it comes to the companies that hate us and the variety of ways in which they showcase it. The good news is, there’s something we can do about it: boycott them!

Some of the most well-known companies are some of the most evil companies in terms of anti-whiteness. Many of them brainwash their employees through anti-white training and other similar practices, including Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Under Armour, Cigna, Disney, and numerous others. Coca-Cola in particular is a tricky company to boycott because it’s not merely soda you are boycotting, but countless other companies and products they own in part or in full, which you may not be aware of, such as Dasani, Smart Water, Vitamin Water, Powerade, Simply Orange, Minute Maid, and Gold Peak Tea, to name just a few. If you buy these products, you are financially supporting anti-white propaganda. There is a vast array of products from other companies that you can purchase instead, and you will feel better about where your hard-earned money goes while likely getting a better product as a result.

Disney’s “White Privilege Checklist”

As far as anti-white commercials go, the choices are practically endless. Anti-white commercials typically consist of blacks being projected as superior, while whites are dominated or humiliated in some fashion. There are a few primary ways in which this is represented: 1) the negro is portrayed as a genius and a go-getter, while the white individual is portrayed as dumb and lazy; 2) the negro male is shown as strong, while the white male is made to look weak (typically in front of a white female); 3) the negro male is cast as the most desirable, the savior, the cool one, while the white male is cast as ugly, nerdy, and awkward (again, usually in the presence of a white female). By presenting these anti-white tropes as reality in their commercials, companies propagandize our society into thinking these fallacies are truths. Some of the culprits of this agenda are Doritos, CarFax, State Farm, Red Robin, Subway, Old Spice, ESPN, The General, Zaxby’s, BestBuy, Dairy Queen, Nationwide, and Cox. If you give these companies your business, you are financially supporting the anti-white agenda. Taking your business elsewhere would benefit you and your people, instead of contributing to our fall from grace.

If you give these companies your business, you are financially supporting the anti-white agenda. Taking your business elsewhere would benefit you and your people, instead of contributing to our fall from grace.

Anti-white rhetoric in general is ubiquitous, and even CEOs have openly made statements about “dismantling” whiteness and the “racist reality” of whiteness, among other much-welcomed negative remarks about white people. Additionally, a significant number of companies actively encourage rioting against whites and fund political causes that are beneficial to blacks and harmful to whites. Some even donate to terrorist negro organizations. The following are only a few of the many companies that engage in such actions: Ben & Jerry’s, Uber, Nike, Walmart, Target, Etsy, H&M, Toms Shoes, Levis, and Wendy’s. In fact, it’s difficult to find a major corporation that doesn’t support our demise while simultaneously supporting the negro’s rise. But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth putting effort into finding companies that don’t represent those values. There are plenty of them out there, but they’re generally not in the spotlight because they’re not perpetuating the anti-white agenda.

Without us, these corporations would perish. We are the ones who made them so successful to begin with, and we can just as easily make them fall. We need to hit them where it hurts—in their wallets. Only then will we see a change in tune with regard to their actions and messaging. Point out anti-white propaganda when you see it, research alternative options to the companies mentioned here, and then share those results with your friends and family members and tell them where their money should and should not go. Do it for yourself and your people, because we can and we should make a change.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Mike Boundy

    Thank you for your article!
    I was hoping, however, for a more extensive listing of anti-White companies or, if easier, a listing of “good” and “ok” companies. Can you direct me to such an accounting?
    Thanks, Mike

  2. Seth

    Disappointed to find Nationwide on this list, although I shouldn’t be surprised after the CEOs groveling virtue signaling after the 2020 St. Floyd of Fentanyl chimpouts. If anyone can recommend another insurance company with good motorcycle insurance policies please post.

    1. Seth

      Just got off the phone with Nationwide after cancelling both of my vehicle insurance policies. I emphasized that I am cancelling because of their support for the criminal organization Black Lives Matter as well as their anti-white advertising. feels good man!

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