Monday, November 9, 2015

Starbucks & Jews - Why so many Jewish Corporate CEOs

Howard D. Schultz, Chairman of Starbuck's, was born to a Jewish family on July 19, 1953 in Brooklyn, New YorkSchultz received his bachelor's degree in Communications in 1975.

When reviewing the educational background on so many corporate CEO's you will note individuals with a Jewish background with minor educational credentials. It is my firm belief that organizations like AIPAC and the Mossad acquire control of American corporations, not with genius, but rather with larceny. The USA sends billions of dollars in foreign aid to Israel every year.  Those funds are most likely the conduit by which so many American corporations have major Jewish ownership and representation.

Old Jewish money was the product of four centuries of the Black Slave Trade, Bootlegging and Organized Crime.

Zionism is contaminating the planet and it must be stopped. Their attack on Christianity is no accident.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

Starbucks' plain red holiday cups causing outrage among Christians

For many, the best way to gauge the season is to turn to Starbucks.
Spiced pumpkin latte in your cup? It’s fall! Clear cup with a green straw? Summer! Red cup decorated with snowflakes or Christmas trees? The Christmas season is upon us!
That is, until this holiday season. For this year, instead of releasing their usual holiday-themed cups, Starbucks has put forth a bold new design: a simple, solid red cup emblazoned with the company's ubiquitous logo.
Immediately, some Christians were up in arms, interpreting the lack of snowflakes (not an actual Christian symbol) and Christmas trees (a tradition rumoured to have pagan origins) as just another sign of the war on Christmas.
One man in particular, an American evangelist named Joshua Feuernstein, posted a rant on Facebook, voicing his outrage at Starbucks’ politically correct cup.
“Do you realize that Starbucks wanted to take Christ and Christmas out of their brand new cups? That’s why they’re just plain red,” Feuerstein professes into the camera.
His solution to this affront to all things caffeinated and Christian? When your Starbucks barista asks you for your name, say “Merry Christmas.” Then the barrista has to write “Merry Christmas” on your cup, changing your politically correct plain cup back into a Christian one. And with that, the #MerryChristmas Starbucks hashtag was born.


.......and what's happening in Toronto, Canada? I do not know Belman's religious affiliation nor does it matter. Christianity is under attack.

DISCRIMINATION: Toronto calls Christian concert 'proselytizing'

by Kelly Ledbetter |
The Voices of the Nations website asks for signatures for its petition to fight discrimination in Toronto.

TORONTO (Christian Examiner) – The city of Toronto has refused to renew a permit allowing Voices of the Nations (VON) to use its downtown Yonge-Dundas Square for an annual concert because a city official thinks playing Christian music is the same as proselytization.

"I've already advised Peter [Paresh, Director of VON] that we're not going to be permitting you guys this year for next year because of the proselytizing on the square, and that's a big issue for us," said the Square's events manager Natalie Belman to VON Events Coordinator Leye Oyelani on Oct. 23, according to LifeSiteNews.
Voices of the Nations (VON)

Recap from VON2015

Belman said the performers proselytized at VON's Aug. 1 event, which she attended. "If you're praising Jesus, 'praise the Lord,' and 'there's no God like Jehovah,' that type of thing, that's proselytizing," she told Oyelani.

Oyelani pointed out singing about God shouldn't be a problem at a Christian concert.
"That is a big problem," Belman replied. "That [kind of thing], from the stage, is not acceptable."
The line Belman references about Jehovah comes from the song "Days of Elijah," written by Robin Mark.


Peter Paresh was shocked by the city's decision, since VON had used the square annually without issue since 2010.

"The city official is not going up against me or my organization, but against the most high God," Paresh said. "She's basically saying, 'Sorry, but you can't have the name of Jesus being spoken from the stage on Dundas Square.' When they go up against the most high God, in my opinion, I have to fight for the name of Jesus."

This is nothing more than blatant discrimination against Christians. Can you imagine the City Official saying something like this to a Muslim or Jewish group and getting away with it?
- VON Petition

As a way to fight the decision, the organization, which attracted 19 world-renowned performers in August, began a petition asking the mayor and the city to issue the permit.

"Even if part of me is weary about what's going to happen," Paresh said, "I know that God is going to take care of everything. I just have to step out and make sure I vindicate his name."

Prior Toronto administration touted the music festival's contribution to the "vibrancy and diversity" of the city, Paresh said.

Belman maintains the music at the concert violates the city's Performance and Display policy, which, while it does prohibit proselytization, does not define proselytizing as speaking the name of Jesus or praising God.

"That seems to be a large part of your programming," Belman told Oyelani. "It seems to be an integral part of what your mandate is, and given that, I think that you guys should be looking for a different venue, because that is not in-line with our policies," the official said.


David Lynn, Toronto street preacher and founder of Christian Positive Space, shares VON's outrage over the permit. He calls the city's position "bullying."

"How's a Christian at a Christian event not to say the name of Jesus in their songs?" he asked in an interview with LifeSiteNews. He has been in conflict with the city for preaching in the Square and says the public space is regularly used by people of all religions.

"This City of Toronto verdict is telling the Christian community that we are not allowed to be ourselves on Toronto property. This is awful," Lynn said.

The VON petition, which has almost 28,000 signatures, asks, "This is nothing more than blatant discrimination against Christians. Can you imagine the City Official saying something like this to a Muslim or Jewish group and getting away with it?"

Among the performers at the music festival are adult and children's choirs, vocalists, bands, dance groups, and instrumentalists.

The province of Ontario's human rights code prohibits discrimination based on creed, which may mean the city stands in violation of the law. The Square is run by a volunteer Board of Management appointed by the Toronto City Council, LifeSiteNews reports.

"Whatever happens," Paresh said, "I will fight for the name of Jesus."


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