Shipt displays its piety

Here’s a memo somebody shared with me from Shipt:

The Shopper

At Shipt, we believe in building a community, celebrating diversity, and supporting one another.

In support of fighting racial injustice, we are donating $150,000 to the ACLU and the ACLU-AL. Additionally, our team is exploring ways we can continue contributing and advocating for change in our communities – keep an eye out for more information.

If you’re looking for more resources and ways to get involved, check out these additional organizations:

  • Black Lives Matter
  • Campaign Zero
  • Equal Justice Initiative

White text over a black background reads: “We stand in solidarity”.

… which raises a couple of questions. In light of the fact that just about every US corporation supports BLM, and donates money to black causes, how can anybody seriously claim that blacks are oppressed in the US?

Since corporate America financially supports BLM, and all Americans end up paying for such support (through higher prices), wouldn’t this constitute “reparations?”

I’ve posed a question on Quora:

Which major US corporations oppose BLM?

It will be interesting to see if anybody comes forward with a good answer.



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2 Responses to Shipt displays its piety

  1. The one answer you got: some companies don’t support BLM because, sure they express support and donate money, but sometimes they also support conservatives!

  2. Repression of race realist #TrueSpeech, through the #PCGagOrder is the root cause how the entire world has been brainwashed into totally false narrative.
    The high IQ mensa society, which is officially unpolitical, now supports Black Lives Matter Germany. I kid you not. Racism is not an option, that is their Orwellian argument.

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