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  • EXCLUSIVE: Biden ‘Transition Leader’ Suggested Ex-VP Should ‘Sell Out’ For ‘Millions’ From Corporations

    11/20/2020 9:39:48 AM PST · by Red Badger · 9 replies ^ | November 20, 2020 | Natalie Winters
    Emails from Hunter Biden’s hard drive reveal that Alexander Mackler – now serving on Joe Biden’s Transition Review Team – proposed that the former Veep “sell out” by joining corporate boards, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. ====================================================================== Mackler – a former Deputy Counsel to then-Vice President Biden – now assists with Biden’s “transition” effort to review the Department of Justice. Emails from July 13th, 2016, however, reveal Mackler strategizing how Biden, who was still serving as Vice President at the time, could “sell out” and join corporate boards to grift. Noting the idea had “been talked about already,” Mackler...
  • Exclusive: Marco Rubio Renews Aggressive Back-And-Forth With McKinsey Over Company’s Ties To Beijing

    11/16/2020 9:39:09 AM PST · by Kaslin · 18 replies
    The Federalist ^ | November 16, 2020 | Emily Jashinsky
    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is continuing to press McKinsey and Company for answers about the powerful firm's business dealings with the Chinese Communist Party.Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is continuing to press McKinsey and Company for answers about the powerful firm’s business dealings with the Chinese Communist Party. In a Nov. 13 letter shared exclusively with The Federalist, Rubio grilled Global Managing Partner Kevin Sneader with questions the senator claims McKinsey is dodging.“If companies like McKinsey want to work with the U.S. Government, they must be much more forthcoming with the nature of their foreign entanglements,” Rubio told The Federalist. “China...
  • Top CEOs met to plan response to Trump's election denial

    11/14/2020 5:18:59 PM PST · by tarpit · 58 replies
    WASHINGTON -- Only a few of America's CEOs have made public statements about President Donald Trump's refusal to accept his election loss, but in private, many are alarmed and talking about what collective action would be necessary if they see an imminent threat to democracy. On Nov. 6, more than two dozen CEOs of major U.S. corporations took part in a video conference to discuss what to do if Trump refuses to leave office or takes other steps to stay in power beyond the scheduled Jan. 20 inauguration of former Vice President Joe Biden. On Saturday Biden was declared the...
  • Man Who Agrees With The Media, Universities, Corporations, And Hollywood Thinks He's Part Of The Resistance

    10/08/2020 9:23:42 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 5 replies
    The Babylon Bee ^ | October 7, 2020 | The Babylon Bee
    SEATTLE, WA—The Babylon Bee had the honor of sitting down with a local brave #resistance fighter to learn more about the fearless counterculture fighting against hate and other bad stuff like that. According to Doy Keeblesmush, a leader of the local resistance movement in Seattle, the ideology consists of whatever the media, universities, corporations, and Hollywood tell them they should think. "Yeah, I'm pretty much a free thinker," said Keeblesmush when interviewed at a protest rally sponsored by Kinko's. "I would say my ideology is an eclectic mix of Vox, Marvel comics, Starbucks' Twitter feed, and whatever my Sociology 101...
  • New And Updated List Of 276 Companies Who Are Supporting BLM & Antifa Riots

    09/27/2020 11:45:05 AM PDT · by USA Conservative · 42 replies
    Red State Nation ^ | 09.27.2020 | Ray Pearson
    Company after company declares their fidelity to Black Lives Matter, give money for bail for those looting and rioting. In repayment, Target, Macy’s, and the other stores get trashed and looted. Then like an abused spouse, says to the criminals, OK, do it to me again, I deserve it. American corporations prefer to pay off and act like wimps in the face of criminals, rather than stand up and protect themselves. The full list of 276 companies is out! As Medium reported you can use this list as a guide in what businesses you wish to support. Please also consider...
  • The Right Versus the Axis of Wokeness

    09/26/2020 8:25:59 AM PDT · by Pelham · 6 replies
    Chronicles Magazine blog ^ | September 1, 2020 | Bradley Betters
    In response to the recent riots and protests, America's biggest companies have committed hundreds of millions of dollars to so-called racial justice organizations such as Black Lives Matter (BLM) and denounced political speech on the right as hate. The conservative establishment has greeted this rise in corporate "wokeness" with a mixture of surprise, fury, and a sense of betrayal. In reality, it's just the chickens coming home to roost for the establishment right. For years, National Review, the Heritage Foundation, and the rest of the mainstream right have been silent about the growth of corporate power and its influence on...
  • Corporate woke struggle sessions keep cropping up

    09/13/2020 5:25:40 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 8 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 13 Sep, 2020 | Taylor Lewis
    The anti-capitalist symbols of yesteryear are gone. The blistered hands, muscles crabbed from overwork, withered seamstresses with scarred fingers, barefoot children operating heavy machinery, soot-faced dogsbodies stealing a break in an unlit corner with half a cigarette — all were common manifestations of the working man's struggle. They were the images Karl Marx invoked in his intellectual jeremiad against the "bourgeois class" and the laborers "daily and hourly enslaved by the machine." Today, calls for tossing capitalism overboard are joined with a different kind of semiotics, one more modern but not nearly as heart moving. Gone are the mangled appendages...
  • Woke Capitalism: How Huge Corporations Demonstrate Status by Endorsing Political Radicalism

    09/08/2020 4:24:25 PM PDT · by ammodotcom · 20 replies ^ | 9/8/2020 | Sam Jacobs
    It’s a rather strange claim of the American far left that their interests are opposed to that of corporate America, because there’s virtually no evidence to support it. Quite the contrary: During the wave of Black Lives Matter rioting that took place during the early summer of 2020, American corporations marched in lockstep. Not only did they use social media to swear fealty to this political movement, but they also made massive internal changes in conformity with BLM propaganda.
  • Bin Laden the Communist

    09/10/2007 10:17:29 AM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 10 replies · 845+ views ^ | September 10, 2007 | William M. Arkin
    Since Osama bin Laden made his first appearance in almost three years on Friday, the government and the news media have exhaustively scrutinized his video for clues as to the Saudi terrorist's whereabouts and well-being. ...his message has been dismissed as meaningless psychological warfare and propaganda, put forward in a claim for relevance on the sixth anniversary of September 11. But what bin Laden actually says in his "message from Sheikh Osama bin Laden to the American people" has the potential to be quite revealing. Gone is any mention of Israel, of the Christian and Jewish crusaders, or of the...
  • How To Keep Corporate Wokeness From Destroying America

    08/01/2020 11:24:43 AM PDT · by Signalman · 15 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 7/31/2020 | Willis L. Krumholz
    The last few months have brought rioting, targeted violence toward police officers and conservatives, flag burning, and wanton destruction in U.S. cities. American society is also in turmoil. Ordinary Americans fear being “canceled” for saying the wrong thing or having the wrong ideas. Two New York Times editors have been ousted, and reporters all over the country feel increased pressure to conform to a specific narrative. A Chicago Federal Reserve economist was fired for politely criticizing the policy positions of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization. These are but a few examples. Some of America’s largest multinational corporations are not...
  • Corporate Donations Tracker: Here Are The Companies Giving Millions To Anti-Racism Efforts(Why we need more taxes on corporations)

    07/22/2020 6:02:58 PM PDT · by amnestynone · 26 replies ^ | 6/2/2020 | Isabel Togoh
    Some of America’s biggest companies are responding to public pressure to donate to anti-racism campaigns and publicly stand by the black community following the death of George Floyd in police custody.
  • Barr to Business Leaders: China May Be Using You as Illegal ‘Foreign Agent’

    07/17/2020 8:47:24 AM PDT · by bitt · 15 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 7/16/2020 | edwin mora
    China has intensified clandestine efforts to “coerce” American corporate leaders into serving as “lobbyists” and potentially illegal “foreign agents” to further its communist objectives, U.S. Attorney General (AG) William Barr warned Thursday. Some business leaders voluntarily “become pawns of Chinese influence” to protect their profits, Barr noted in remarks prepared for a speech on China policy at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Michigan. Barr acknowledged that China is waging an “economic blitzkrieg” to replace America as the top superpower. The offensive at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is also targeting Hollywood and American academia. Barr,...
  • Companies Must Answer For Their Support Of The Radical Black Lives Matter Org

    07/12/2020 5:41:37 PM PDT · by RightGeek · 40 replies
    Issues & Insights ^ | 7/9/2020 | I&I Editorial Board
    Several companies have been bragging recently that they’re providing financial support to the official Black Lives Matter organization to burnish their PR image. No doubt they’re getting Woke points for doing so. But do the executives at those companies have any idea how radical this group is and what it’s trying to achieve? The Daily Signal reported earlier this week that at least 18 corporations have pledged hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. The list includes: DoorDash, Deckers, Amazon, Gatorade, Microsoft, Glossier, 23andMe, AirBnB, Unilever, Bungie, Nabisco, Dropbox, Fitbit, Developer Digital, Skillshare, Square...
  • Pro-Black Lives Matter Corporations are Using Modern Day Slave Labor

    07/09/2020 12:25:08 PM PDT · by yoe · 12 replies
    Daniel Greenfield/Sultan of Knish ^ | July 9, 2020 | Daniel Greenfeild
    Coca-Cola would like you to know that it cares about oppression and believes America is evil. In a rambling statement by CEO James Quincey, titled, "Where We Stand on Social Justice", the head of the obesity conglomerate declared that he is, "outraged, sad, frustrated, angry." It’s hard that out there for a guy in a racist country who is only making an $18 million salary. The Coke CEO then pledged to give money to the social justice usual suspects and the company joined a boycott of Facebook to pressure it into censoring Trump and conservatives. "Companies like ours must speak...
  • Study: Nike, Apple, BMW Among 83 Brands Using Chinese Muslim Slave Labor

    07/02/2020 11:28:17 PM PDT · by Beowulf9 · 20 replies ^ | March 2, 2020 | FRANCES MARTEL
    A report published Sunday by an Australian think tank revealed that as many as 83 internationally known brands – including Nike, BMW, Apple, Sony, Google, Lacoste, and Nintendo – have active ties to factories where evidence suggests the Communist Party has shipped Uyghur Muslims to engage in forced labor.
  • The Corporate and Elitist Function of Racial Grievance Politics

    06/24/2020 4:01:19 PM PDT · by CheshireTheCat · 10 replies
    American Greatness ^ | June 23, 2020 | Christopher Roach
    ...Directing the vague anxieties and alienation of protesters away from economic concerns towards racial grievances helps the establishment. It allows those who are responsible for our current state of affairs to erect and then topple a strawman of “white privilege.” This bogeyman is a cruel joke to an out-of-work coal miner in Appalachia or an unemployed barista in Minneapolis. As long as the protesters are focused on racial grievances, they are not paying attention to the actual policies and privileges of a rich and powerful establishment mostly indifferent to the nation in which it prospers. While I have no doubt...
  • Disney, Netflix, Nike, Warner Bros, NFL, Amazon, Hulu openly support riot instigators

    06/01/2020 6:11:55 AM PDT · by Ennis85 · 29 replies
    One Angry Gamer ^ | May 31st 2020 | Billy D
    Following up on companies like Sony, Funimation, and NetherRealm Studios showing their true colors, various other corporations have stepped out of the shadows to openly make it known that they are traitors of peace, and betrayers of the American people. You can find the full list for the Traitors of America here. One of the original instigators of race baiting and sowing the seeds of corporate treason in America, Nike, was also one of the first to start the corporate bandwagon to pit America against itself when they tweeted out the following on May 29th, 2020. LetÂ’s all be part...
  • The corporatist cartel and its 'social justice' hypocrisy Exclusive: Curtis Ellis to GM's CEO: If you want to help blacks, bring their jobs back to America

    06/20/2020 7:48:08 AM PDT · by rktman · 28 replies ^ | 6/19/2020 | Curtis Ellis
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra tells us her company will be focused on social injustice as well as the bottom line following the murder of George Floyd. "I am both impatient and disgusted by the fact that as a nation, we seem to be placated by the passive discussion of 'why.' Why does this happen? Why can't we get to a different place?" she wrote in a letter to employees. Barra went on, "Let's stop asking 'why' and start asking 'what.' What are we going to do? In this moment, we each must decide what we can do – individually...
  • WOKE CAPITAL: the corportions supporrting BLM

    06/12/2020 5:57:15 PM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 37 replies
    "Communism Kills" ^ | Ashley Rae Groypenberg
    Corporations ("Woke Capital") supporting BLM and related movements. This list came from Ashley Rae Groypenberg @Communism_Kills,, who in turn gleaned the names from various left-wing sources (who are, of course, applauding these "woke" business donors) such as Note that these were not sorted as to which ones made statements, which ones ran SJW/BLM ads, and which ones gave or pledged money to the activist organizations; but you can look up each one and see the level of their complicity so far: 23andme: 72andSunny: AbbVie: Abbey Road Studios: The Academy (the Oscars): Activision Blizzard:...
  • $454 Million: Corporate America Floods Social Justice Causes with Cash amid Floyd Protests

    06/11/2020 4:45:22 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 29 replies
    Breitbart ^ | June 11,2)020 | JOHN CARNEY
    Corporations are opening up their treasuries to give money to social justice causes, including Black Lives Matter, in the wake of nationwide protests and riots over the death of George Floyd. Many of the big companies are pushing their employees to do the same. Walmart—a new racial equity center—$100 million Warner Music—campaigns against violence and racism and social justice causes related to music industry—$100 million. Nike—“Organizations that put social justice, education and addressing racial inequality in America at the center of their work”—$40 million Alphabet/Google—various organizations, starting with $1 million each to Center for Policing Equity and Equal Justice Initiative—$12...