Boycott List

As promised:

It goes without saying that professional sports and college football should also be included on the list. Hollywood also supports BLM. Spend your money elsewhere.

Note: The signature legislative accomplishment of the Trump administration was cutting the corporate tax rate. Quit voting for Republican politicians who reward your enemies.

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    • It’s not just Jews. We must destroy all secret societies and the vermin that reside in their lodges.

  1. Demand your 401k manager remove all these companies from your portfolio or the mutual funds that hold them.

    Destroy your destroyers.

  2. BLM is a Jewish organisation from top to bottom. Only one in six members is actually Black. The rest are Jewish Kommissars and their Goy stooges. Just like AntiFa(K)??

  3. BLM is a Jewish organisation from top to bottom. Only one in six members is actually Black. The rest are Jewish Kommissars and their Goy stooges. Just like AntiFa(K)??

  4. Here’s the full list from the links:

    ANTIFA/BLM SUPPORTERS

    1. 23 and Me
    2. 72 and Sunny
    3. Abbey Road Studios
    4. AbbVie
    5. Activision Blizzard
    6. Addidas
    7. AirBNB
    8. Alaska Airlines
    9. Amazon
    10. AMD
    11. American Airlines
    12. American Apparel
    13. American Express
    14. Ancestry
    15. Apple Music
    16. Armani
    17. Astro Gaming
    18. AT&T
    19. Atlantic Records
    20. AWS
    21. AXE
    22. BandCamp
    23. Bank of America
    24. Barclays Bank
    25. Barnes & Noble
    26. Bayer
    27. Ben & Jerry’s
    28. Bergdorf Goodman (bankrupt)
    29. Bethesda
    30. Billboard
    31. BMW
    32. Booking.com
    33. Boost Mobile
    34. BP
    35. Bratz
    36. Bungie
    37. Burberry
    38. Burger King
    39. Burt’s Bees
    40. Cadillac
    41. Call of Duty
    42. Canada Goose
    43. Capcom
    44. Capitol Records
    45. Cartoon Network
    46. Chick-Fil-A
    47. Chipotle
    48. Cisco
    49. Citigroup
    50. Coca Cola
    51. Colourpop Cosmetics
    52. Conde Nast
    53. Converse
    54. Corsair
    55. Creative Commons
    56. Criterion Collection
    57. Crunchyroll
    58. CVS
    59. CW
    60. Degree
    61. Dell
    62. Devolver Digital
    63. DHL Express
    64. DirecTV
    65. Discord
    66. Disney
    67. DoorDash
    68. Doritos
    69. Doulingo
    70. Dribble
    71. Dropbox
    72. E! News
    73. EA
    74. Eaton
    75. eBay
    76. Eight Sleep
    77. ESPN
    78. Etsy
    79. FedEx
    80. Fender
    81. Figma
    82. Fila
    83. Fitbit
    84. Footlocker
    85. Formula 1
    86. Fox
    87. Frosted Mini Wheats
    88. Fumination
    89. GameSpot
    90. Gartner
    91. Gatorade
    92. Genentech
    93. General Motors
    94. Gibson
    95. Glossier
    96. GoDaddy
    97. GoFundMe
    98. Goldman Sachs
    99. Google
    100. GoPro
    101. Gorilla Glue
    102. Grammarly
    103. GrindR
    104. Guerilla Collective
    105. Gumroad
    106. Gushers
    107. H & M
    108. Habitat for Humanity
    109. Harry’s
    110. HBO
    111. HBO Max
    112. Headup
    113. Helpscout
    114. Hershey’s
    115. Home Depot
    116. Honda
    117. HP
    118. Hulu
    119. Humana
    120. Humble Bundle
    121. HyperX
    122. IBM
    123. IKEA
    124. IMAX
    125. Indiegogo
    126. Intel
    127. Invision
    128. itch.io
    129. ITV
    130. Kickstarter
    131. L’Oreal Paris (extremely anti-white)
    132. Lacoste
    133. Lego
    134. Lenovo
    135. Levi’s
    136. Lexus
    137. LinkedIn
    138. Logitech
    139. Louis Vuitton
    140. Lowe’s
    141. Lucky Brand
    142. Lululemon
    143. Lyft
    144. Madden NFL 20
    145. Marvel Entertainment
    146. MasterCard
    147. Mattel
    148. McAfee
    149. McDonald’s
    150. Mercedes Benz
    151. Merck
    152. MetLife
    153. Metropolitan Opera
    154. Microsoft
    155. Mozilla
    156. Napster
    157. NASCAR
    158. Ncsoft
    159. Netflix
    160. New Balance
    161. New York Life
    162. NFL
    163. Niantic
    164. Nickelodeon
    165. Nike
    166. Nintendo
    167. Nordstrom
    168. Old Spice
    169. OnlyFans
    170. Paramount Network
    171. Paramount Pictures
    172. Patreon
    173. Peloton
    174. Pepsico
    175. Pfizer
    176. Playstation
    177. Plex
    178. Pokemon
    179. Popeye’s Chicken
    180. Pop-Tarts
    181. Pornhub
    182. Porsche
    183. Pringles
    184. Proctor & Gamble
    185. Puget Systems
    186. PUMA
    187. Pusheen
    188. Qualcomm
    189. Quicken Loans
    190. Red Lobster
    191. Red Wing
    192. Reddit
    193. RedHat
    194. Reebok
    195. Reece’s
    196. Rice Krispies
    197. Riot Games
    198. Rockstar Games
    199. SalesForce
    200. Sanofi
    201. Scholastic
    202. Sego
    203. Sephora
    204. Sesame Street
    205. Shopify
    206. Showtime
    207. Sketch
    208. Skillshare
    209. Slack
    210. Snap
    211. Snapschat
    212. Society Generale US
    213. Sony
    214. Soundcloud
    215. Spotify
    216. Square Enix
    217. Starbucks
    218. Starwars
    219. STARZ
    220. Subway
    221. Supreme New York
    222. Sysco
    223. Taco Bell
    224. Target
    225. TBS
    226. Tesco
    227. That Game Company
    228. The Academy (The Oscars)
    229. The North Face
    230. Ticketmaster
    231. TikTok
    232. Timber
    233. Timberland
    234. TMobile
    235. Tumblr
    236. Twitch
    237. Twitter
    238. Uber
    239. Uber Eats
    240. Ubisoft
    241. Ugg
    242. Ulta Beauty
    243. Under Amor
    244. UnitedHealth Group
    245. Vanguard
    246. Vans
    247. VeggieTales
    248. Verizon
    249. Versace
    250. Vevo
    251. Via
    252. ViacomCBS
    253. Virgin Records
    254. Virta
    255. Vivaldi
    256. VIZ
    257. Walmart
    258. Warner Bros
    259. Warner Records
    260. Well’s Fargo
    261. Wendy’s
    262. WeWork
    263. Xbox
    264. Yamaha Music USA
    265. Yelp
    266. YouTube
    267. Zara
    268. Zildijian
    269. Zoom

  5. Off the top of my head: One of my old friends is a retired VP of Cisco. Another old pal is a retired VP of Coca Cola. I bet they are just fucking thrilled with both corporations supporting BLM. But, the key word is retired. Even though both have a fortune, made from stock options and stock in both corporations.

    I’m sure there are others on the list.

  6. The American and International Corporations look at things and thing….what’s Politically Correct. However this is much different. The Black Racists and Liberals are nothing but Domestic Terrorists who care nothing about Free Markets or the Economy in general. They want everything Free….reparations…cities….and everything else. They know Africa will never take them back so the US will become Africa….a Third World Cesspool. Never gonna happen on our watch! #Nationalism #WhiteVictory Deo Vindice !

  7. Unless right leaning businesspeople create their own to compete with these corporations, I’m pessimistic about the outcome of such a boycott.
    Have you noticed that boycotts organized by conservatives typically fail because liberals fill the void and more than make up for the lost revenue? For instance, conservative fans of the Dixie Chicks organized a boycott after they publicly commented they were ashamed Bush was from their home state of TX after he started the disastrous Iraq War. Initial record sales went down, but the Dixie Chicks eventually gained more fame and fans and record sales shot up.

    I think religious kook Falwell tried to organize a boycott of Ellen Degeneres’ sitcom because she’s an open lesbian, but the sitcom already had poor ratings and reviews and was destined to be canceled anyway. What happened next? Ellen returned with a day time talk show and the ratings are high enough that she’s still on while Falwell was found lying face down in his office and is now plant food.

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