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Re: Who to Boycott

Post by Will Williams » Sat Nov 24, 2018 1:45 pm

Wade Hampton III wrote:
Will Williams wrote:I propose WhiteBiocentrism.com take the lead in a campaign to boycott companies that take a stand against White Racial Loyalists, starting with these companies that match donations made by their employees to the anti-White Southern Poverty Law Center.
I hate to be the eternal pessimist, but perhaps....due to the rather lengthy compilation presented here....
a list of who to buy FROM..rather than NOT to buy from...would perhaps be in order??
Don't be the eternal pessimist, Wade. Help put together that list of who not to boycott. Our staff can't do it all, you know. Remember in the August NA BULLETIN the passive resistance suggestion to purchase PB Blaster or Liquid Wrench instead of WD-40 next time you need some penetrating lubricant. WD-40 corp boasts of giving big bucks to the SPLC. Actions like that should have consequences.

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Re: Who to Boycott

Post by Will Williams » Wed Dec 18, 2019 1:30 pm

Back when I was in high school the social service club I was a member of would purchase dozens of boxes of a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts, then sell them door-to-door at a reasonable profit to raise money for projects our club undertook. Who knew then that we were supporting the slave labor of the so-called holocausters?

Never again buy a Krispy Kreme sugar pill!


Family that owns Krispy Kreme, Panera Bread
to donate $5M to Holocaust survivors after
uncovering past Nazi support

ABC News
ABC NewsDecember 13, 2019

The majority owners of Krispy Kreme and Panera Bread have pledged to donate more than $5 million to Holocaust survivors after uncovering Nazi ties during World War II and use of forced laborers.

The ultra-rich Reimann family, which own JAB Holding Company, the German conglomerate behind a slew of iconic food brands, recently revealed that some of the family's wealth was amassed on the backs of hundreds of forced laborers during the World War II era, according to a statement announcing the new donation.

The family commissioned an independent historian from the University of Munich to research the Benckiser company, which was run by Albert Reimann Sr. and his son, Albert Reimann Jr., and is the precursor to JAB Holding. The researcher found that the father and son were steadfast supporters of Adolf Hitler and anti-Semitic, the same statement said.

Moreover, it was discovered that by 1942 the Benckiser factories used around 200 forced laborers.

In 1943, the forced laborers -- mostly Russian civilians and French prisoners of war -- accounted for approximately 30 percent of the company's workforce, according to The Associated Press.

(MORE: What if you could Instagram the Holocaust? A question sparks controversy)

The announcement of the 5 million euro donation (approximately $5.5 million) from the Reimann family to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany comes as the descendants seek to right the wrongs of their ancestors.

“Reimann senior and Reimann junior were guilty,” family spokesperson Peter Harf told the German newspaper Bild, which first reported on the ties, in March. “They belonged in jail."

“There is nothing to gloss over,” he added. “These crimes are disgusting."

The donation was announced Thursday by conference president Julius Berman, and will come through the family's newly-established charity offshoot, the Alfred Landecker Foundation.

The foundation is named after Landecker, a German Jewish man who it says was deported eastward and died at the hands of Germans in 1942. His daughter, Emilie Landecker, had three children with Reimann Jr., according to the foundation.

The funds "will make a significant difference in the lives of so many who deserve so much,” Berman said in a statement.

“Elderly, poor Holocaust survivors need food, medicine and heat in the winter," he added. "These funds will enable thousands of survivors to live in dignity.”

All of the donations will go to Holocaust survivors and the claims conference will absorb all administrative and distribution costs, the statement added.

David Kamenetzky, the chair of the Alfred Landecker Foundation, said the donation "marks significant steps" for the foundation "and our ambition of researching and remembering the atrocities of the Holocaust, as well as providing humanitarian assistance for survivors of the Holocaust and former forced labor in World War II."

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/family-owns-k ... 00357.html

Don't stop at boycotting Krispy Kreme doughnuts:

JAB is owned by the secretive German Reimann family, which has a net worth of at least $19 billion.
Here is the breakdown of all the chains that JAB Holding owns.
Krispy Kreme, Panera, Pret a Manger, and Peet's Coffee are some of the most beloved chains in America.

However, not everyone realizes that these chains are all owned by the same company.

JAB Holding is the investment arm of the secretive Reimann family. JAB owns chains including Krispy Kreme, Panera, Caribou Coffee, Au Bon Pain, and Pret A Manger, as well as Keurig Dr. Pepper and bottled-water brand Core.

In recent years, JAB has acquired some of the biggest names in food and beverage.

Here's a breakdown of all of JAB's chains:


More about the history of Jab and its present owners, here: https://www.thestreet.com/markets/merge ... s-14074493

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Re: Who to Boycott

Post by PhuBai68 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:40 am

I remember the first (of only a couple times) time I had Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
It was in the mid-90's, like '96 or so.
On vacation, my son and I driving "down south" to check out places to retire to
(this was before I became a N.A. member where I ended up relocating to south eastern WV - only to have Gliebe's N.A. go all to hell)
and I had gassed up at a convenience store and bought a dozen.
We ended up 86ing them, they were just too damned sweet.
We were used to either bakery or Dunkin Donuts doughnuts.
Makes my teeth ache just thinking about them.
It's not diversity, it's displacement.

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