Black rapper musician Azealia Banks should help out baristas at Starbucks with their race war. We know she won’t serve any white drinks. In an interview for Playboy magazine alongside her nude photos, Banks describes herself as a “black” woman in fact “very black” who hates fat white Americans. In response to “racially charged events” that “unfolded across the country” (translation Ferguson), Starbucks announced its RACE TOGETHER initiative this week. Beginning March 20, 2015 Starbucks wants its employees “to stimulate conversation, compassion and action around race in America” with customers.
Basically, white Starbucks employees will racially profile black customers, asking them what it means to be black and assuming they like their coffee black, no sugar, no cream. At the same time, employees will serve up mountains of white blame to white customers alongside their coffee drinks topped with white whipped cream. Wow, that sounds like such an inviting coffee shop experience.
Since Starbucks ultra liberal CEO Howard Schultz wants to force race discussions down customers’ throats, Banks can certainly help with that. Banks told Playboy that if people don’t like her “it’s always about race.”
“Because y’all motherfuckers [white Americans] still owe me reparations! [laughs] That’s why it’s still about race. Really, the generational effects of Jim Crow and poverty linger on,” Banks chortled.
Schultz should appoint Banks as Starbucks’ RACE TOGETHER ambassador, having her pop up as a barista in shops across the country. She’ll really get those race conversations going as she berates white customers for their whiteness and tells black customers to hate white people. Is that the sort of dialogue Schultz is aiming for? Fist fights.
Starbucks and Banks make a truly perfect pair. Banks is not only an expert on “racist conservative [fat] white people who live on their farms in middle America,” she is also apparently an historian on black Americans. She explained to Playboy:
“I could write a book about why black people shouldn’t be Christians. Young black kids should have their own special curriculum that doesn’t start from the boat ride over from Africa. All you know as a black kid is we came over here on a boat, we didn’t have anything, and we still don’t have anything. But what was happening in Africa? What culture were we pulled away from? That information is vital to the survival of a young black soul.”
Black people don’t have anything in America? Perhaps Banks doesn’t know President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Oprah Winfrey, American Express CEO Ken Chenault, Beyonce and many other highly successful blacks in America.
Never mind, let’s not allow facts to get in the way of emotions, hate and Starbucks’ goal to create a “more empathetic and inclusive society ” one cup of coffee and propaganda at a time.
Invoking the recent “racially charged events” as the impetus for Starbucks’ race campaign, Schultz gave credence to the left’s race baiting narrative of whites hating blacks . The subliminal message from Schultz is: whites need to understand blacks.
Starbucks’ CEO needs to get off his sanctimonious high horse and stick to selling coffee. Since when is it the job of Starbucks employee to force customers to talk about race, politics or anything other than whether it’ll be a tall or grande?
I hope Howard Schultz is ready for some lawsuits because encouraging employees to strike up conversations on race is a recipe for disaster and getting punched in the face. This is a prime example how the liberal media and Obama administration’s biased view of Ferguson has turned America upside down. Starbucks should be prepared to see race riots coming soon to their very own storefronts.
As for Azealia Banks, she said she “hates everything about this country.” I believe her and would remind her America truly is a the land of the free and the home of the brave and she’s free to leave the country where she’s making millions anytime.