It Is Time To Boycott Amazon
Jeff Bezos built Amazon into a behemoth that dominates e-commerce. He bought the Washington Post and Whole Foods. Now, being a globalist, he has enlisted the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) to decide who is worthy of participating in their Smile charitable program.
Yes, the SPLC.
In an article from the Daily Caller, Peter Hasson reports:
Amazon has barred prominent Christian legal group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) from participating in its Amazon Smile charitable program, which allows nonprofits to recoup a small fraction of the money their supporters spend through Amazon.
ADF, which specializes in First Amendment law and has won cases at the Supreme Court, is barred from Amazon Smile on account of the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center, which labeled ADF a “hate group.”
To put it simply, if you oppose globalism in any way, Jeff Bezos and the SPLC consider you to be a “hate group”. The SPLC has labeled Oath Keepers as anti-government,) which is ridiculous, as Oath Keepers stands for the Constitution, the founding document of our Republic).
Jeff Bezos is the richest man in America, with a net worth of over $100 billion dollars. He owns Amazon, the Washington Post and Whole Foods, and other companies. And he is a globalist. He attends the Davos World Economic Forum, where all the richest people meet each year to decide what the world will look like in future years. His newspaper, the Washington Post, is a champion of globalism.
Amazon has many thousands of employees. How are they treated? What of those workers who toil in the various warehouses Amazon has scattered around the globe? You might want to take a look here, here, here, and here. Can you honestly say Amazon, and Jeff Bezos, treats its employees well?
Meanwhile Jeff Bezos has not one huge estate, but five.
Being rich is not evil, but treating your employees badly, while you pile up riches is evil, in my opinion.
Jeff Bezos has aligned himself, and Amazon, with the ultimate hate group, the SPLC, and has proven to be a globalist. Those two reasons are enough, in my opinion, for me to boycott Amazon and all its businesses. That the employees of Amazon are mistreated is just another reason.
What about you?