Backlash: Starbucks takes a beating after plan to hire 10,000 Syrian refugees backfires


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(Natural News) A recent poll on YouGov BrandIndex is showing a negative correlation between Starbuck’s brand perception before and after they announced a plan to hire refugees, and it should be cause for alarm for the coffee giant.

On January 29, 2017, Starbucks CEO Howard Schulz announced that the company would implement a five-year plan to hire 10,000 refugees worldwide. The stance was in protest against President Donald Trump’s then travel ban on refugees from certain countries already outlined by the Obama administration. The announcement caused outrage and concern among many Starbucks customers, some of whom called for a boycott. People all over the country took to social media to express just how upset they were about the announcement…. [read more]

The Islamization of Germany in 2016 “Germany is no longer safe.”


Germany’s Muslim population surpassed six million in 2016 for the first time ever. Germany now vies with France for the highest Muslim population in Western Europe.

The increase in Germany’s Muslim population is being fueled by mass migration. An estimated 300,000 migrants arrived in Germany in 2016, in addition to the more than one million who arrived in 2015. At least 80% (or 800,000 in 2015 and 240,000 in 2016) of the newcomers were Muslim, according to the Central Council of Muslims in Germany.

In addition to the newcomers, the rate of population increase of the Muslim community already living in Germany is around 1.6% per year (or 77,000), according to data extrapolated from a Pew Research Center study on the growth of the Muslim population in Europe.

Based on Pew projections, which were proffered before the current migration crisis, the Muslim population of Germany was to have reached an estimated 5,145,000 by the end of 2015.

“Mass migration from the Muslim world is fast-tracking the Islamization of Germany, as evidenced by the proliferation of no-go zones, Sharia courts, polygamy and child marriages. Mass migration has also been responsible for a host of social disruptions, including jihadist attacks, a migrant rape epidemic, a public health crisis, rising crime and a rush by German citizens to purchase weapons for self-defense — and even to abandon Germany altogether”…. [read full article]

lhwm opinion: Here is our example. Are we learning from it? Why aren’t the Muslim countries helping the Muslim refugees?

  1. Muslim Countries Refuse to Take A Single Syrian Refugee, Cite Risk of Exposure to Terrorism
  2. SAUDI ARABIA REFUSES TO TAKE EVEN A SINGLE SYRIAN REFUGEE

They are not confused about who they are, what they want, and what they want to achieve!! What does America stand for? Are you a professing Christian? How does your walk look? Do you look like the rest of the world or do you stand out and look like a child of Jesus Christ? At least the Muslims know what their belief is and they stand in it. Do we believe in the Muslim belief? NO! we do not, we believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven. We do not know what the one world religion will be, but we do know this:

Revelation 11:15 The seventh angel then blew [his] trumpet, and there were mighty voices in heaven, shouting, The dominion (kingdom, sovereignty, rule) of the world has now come into the possession and become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ (the Messiah), and He shall reign forever and ever (for the eternities of the eternities)!

Exclusive: Syria’s Assad tells Yahoo News some refugees are ‘definitely’ terrorists


Weighing in on one of the most contentious issues in American politics — the danger posed to host countries by the 4.8 million people who have fled from Syria’s civil war — Syrian President Bashar Assad told Yahoo News that some of the refugees are “definitely” terrorists.

In an exclusive interview with Yahoo News at a presidential office in Damascus, Assad said President Trump’s freeze on admitting refugees from his country — part of an executive order that has drawn widespread protests and is being challenged in federal court — “is an American issue” on which he would not take sides. But asked if some of those who fled are “aligned with terrorists,” Assad quickly replied, “Definitely.”… [read more]

Tech Companies Throwing in with Progressive Left to rid the world of Trump


WARNING:The Internet world’s top tech companies have thrown in with the progressive left in trying to drag the President Donald Trump administration into the life-sucking quicksand of their cesspool.

While Hollywood and entertainment celebrities hold public attention with their daily rants and screams of outrage, the battle to rid the world of Trump and turn it back to the absolute control of the progressive left has opened the way for a new battle frontier.

This one’s a guerrilla war with the ability to send millions of Internet surfers into the raging battle as its most numerous foot soldiers.

Tech reaction to Trump’s immigration plan is as comprehensive as it was swift…. [read more]

John 3:19 (GW) 19 This is why people are condemned: The light came into the world. Yet, people LOVED THE DARK rather than the light because their actions were evil.

Five Things You Need to Know About Trump’s ‘Refugee Ban’


Thousands of people demonstrated over the weekend in New York and several other cities against President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily barring refugees from several Middle East and North African countries from entering the United States.

Titled “Protection of the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States,” the executive order makes good on Trump’s promise to tighten America’s borders.

“I am establishing new vetting measures to keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America,” Trump said Friday shortly after signing the executed order. “We don’t want them.”… [read more]

refugee means- a person who flees from home or country to seek refuge elsewhere, as in a time of war or of political or religious persecution