Starbucks Sues Workers for Refusing to Support Bombing Hospitals

The “offense.”

Starbucks is a very Jewish company. You probably knew that. Even if you didn’t know it was founded and run by Jews, you probably knew they were Jewish because they will claim their cups ($5) are BPA free when they actually have BPS, which is the same thing (they’re not “paper cups,” retard – feel that gloss on the inside, it’s plastic).

They also charge $35 for stainless steel cups. One time – some time ago – I was drunk at 9:00 AM and had shit to do (work on the Daily Stormer website), and got into an argument with the Starbucks staff about how BPS was the same thing as BPA, and it’s all polyethylene anyway. I ended up buying the $35 stainless steel cup, and my last words as I left: “You’re going to regret this.”

Anyway, if you work at Starbucks, you are contractually obligated to support hospital bombers.

If you don’t support bombing hospitals full of kids, Starbucks will sue you.

New York Post:

Starbucks and the union organizing its workers sued each other Wednesday in a standoff sparked by a social media post over the Israel-Hamas war.

Starbucks sued Workers United in federal court in Iowa Wednesday, saying a pro-Palestinian social media post from a union account early in the Israel-Hamas war angered hundreds of customers and damaged its reputation.

You know what damaged your reputation, Jews?

Charging me $35 for a cup.

Also, bombing hospitals.

Starbucks is suing for trademark infringement, demanding that Workers United stop using the name “Starbucks Workers United” for the group that is organizing the coffee company’s workers.

Starbucks also wants the group to stop using a circular green logo that resembles Starbucks’ logo.

Workers United responded with its own filing, asking a federal court in Pennsylvania to rule that it can continue to use Starbucks’ name and a similar logo.

Workers United also said Starbucks defamed the union by implying that it supports terrorism and violence.

“It’s not terrorism when you deserve it.”

On Oct. 9, two days after Hamas militants rampaged across communities in southern Israel, Starbucks Workers United posted “Solidarity with Palestine!” on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Workers United — a Philadelphia-based affiliate of the Service Employees International Union — said in its lawsuit that workers put up the tweet without the authorization of union leaders.

The post was up for about 40 minutes before it was deleted.

Wow, cucked.

When are people going to stop backing down?

We’ve got 1.5 billion Moslems on our side against these Jews, plus the same number of Chinamen.

The time for cucking out and deleting tweets is over.

I wasn’t really a big Starbucks drinker ever, and actually, the story above is the only time I remember being there. But I’m not drinking it ever again, I’ll tell you that. If I’m ever drunk at 9:00 AM again and need caffeine (which won’t happen, because I’ve very responsible now), I’m getting Red Bull.

Red Bull supports Palestine AND Hamas (none of this “oh I just support the innocent civilians tho” bullshit), and has called for a “one-state solution without Jews.”

(I’m just joking, I don’t think Red Bull said that, but they are based.)