Time to boycott Chick-fil-A?

Infiltration of the last real bastion – you can tell from his weasel words. You betray your base at your own peril.

Seems so:

In an interview with Bisnow, Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos announced that the famous fried chicken chain plans to make significant changes in which charities it donates to, in part because “as we go into new markets, we need to be clear about who we are.” Amid continued boycotts of the highly popular and successful chain over its donations to supposed “anti-LGBT” groups and causes, Tassopoulos revealed that the company’s foundation will no longer donate to some high-profile Christian organizations.

More as it unfolded:

IMHO, it’s vital to boycott – not piecemeal and ‘if I think about it’ or ‘just this once more’.

No – boycott immediately!

For a start, any real Christian should because that is a clear statement after Christian groups worked so hard for that company, promoting them.

But C-f-A want a situation which simply cannot exist – they want everyone as a customer – Christians, pro-Trump, Antifa, elite – all one big happy family.

And it’s not, it’s not reality, it simply cannot be today. Or to be more specific – it has to be made not-reality for that CEO, he really must see.

And then the world must see that, including Boris Johnson who must see that selling out and applying the whip to Mogg and others is going to lose him a comfortable majority. If Farage had not mucked it all up for TBP, Johnson would be under far more pressure.

I can tell you now I shan’t be voting Tory, no way. None of the Uniparty at all. I’ll write No Deal Brexit across the paper. There does come a time, people, where you’re either a man or a mouse [plus whatever the female equivalent is].

The only clout we have is to act in unison and if we do not boycott Walkers crisps, Nike, Amazon, Chick-fil-A and any others of the Woke kind, then what power do people have? None. Zero. Zilch.

How many people have quietly snuck back in to watch NFL?

But people’s memories are short. They need to have a list on the fridge door at home – don’t buy this or that. For at least one calendar year.

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8 comments for “Time to boycott Chick-fil-A?

  1. November 19, 2019 at 05:44


    Still trying to sift through all the PR spin. Usually wait a few days for the real story to come through.

    BTW, Babylon Bee is a satire site (not that they’re actually wrong in this case, as far as we know).

  2. November 19, 2019 at 05:57

    Don’t leap in where Angels stand and wait a bit. C a F has a sound record while some of the ‘christian’ groups perhaps less so. Take the Sally Army, for instance. I stopped giving to them when they started supporting abortion.* Spending / donating monies is a smallish thing compared with paying baby slaughterers.

    Giving in to pressure? Hmmm. Who gives in first?

    *( Yes, I know. Not all Battalions, but the one in Victoria that I usually gave to, went awol with the local baby killers. They were not stopped by Head Office, so they are beyond the pale with me too)

    • Distant Relative
      November 19, 2019 at 09:25

      Sally Army are suspect indeed, imho.
      The Rothschilds also wielded much influence and power not only in Secret Societies, but also in Christendom’s churches. The Salvation Army under the suggestion of the Rothschilds adopted the Red Shield (Roth-red Schild-shield) for their logo.

      How come the Rs have the clout to make them do that? That’s a no-brainer really.


  3. November 19, 2019 at 06:08

    Think most readers know now BB is satire.

    As for waiting, yes – waiting without buying. If it turns out OK, buy again. But the message does need sending not to try it on.

    I’ve just read that post from Lord S – the CEO is indulging in BoJo sophistry – they’re going to be watched as to whom they donate to. Even one leftist group and the boycott continues.

    “In Aug 2012, I coordinated a national @ChickfilA Appreciation Day after they were being bullied by militant hate groups. Millions showed up. Today, @ChickfilA betrayed loyal customers for $$. I regret believing they would stay true to convictions of founder Truett Cathey. Sad.” tweeted former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee on Monday.

  4. November 19, 2019 at 07:31

    I’ll be addressing the ‘Angel’ comment tomorrow morning, it has implications in general concerning future directions.

  5. bruce charlton
    November 19, 2019 at 08:35

    “The only clout we have is to act in unison ”

    Disagree – The only way that ‘things’ will happen is if each person does the right thing, regardless of what he expects other people to do. A million revolutionary cells of individuals is impossible to manipulate, whereas it is trivially easy to corrupt the leadership of an organisation of a million people.

    This is just the latest example of a really deep and long term problem.

    Ordinary politics will not work – surely that is clear by now? Not least because people aren’t motivated. I was active in resisting this kind of stuff in universities and medicine 25 years ago, and there was near zero support even then (and there was almost no risk to resisting; resistance had no effect at all – maybe made matters worse. Nowadays, there is Much less support and the risks of resisting are much greater and increasing monthly.

    My interpretation of this latest example of convergence is that it will happen to all instutional hold outs against the Left, sooner rather than later; because it is built-into institutions. Institutions are Leftist, and they have been becoming more Leftist since they originated several generations ago.

    If this move to totalitarian Leftism is to be stopped from where we are Now, there would need to be a really massive social disruption; a transformation of the basic structure of our society and the rules on which it operates. Old ideas have all been tried and have all failed.

    If it doesn’t happen bottom-up, by the individual action of millions, it will not happen. I’m not saying this mass resistance will happen or is at all likely to happen, because I don’t see any sign of it; but nothing else could suffice.

    • November 19, 2019 at 08:56

      I do agree it’s each person within his or her own heart.

  6. Distant Relative
    November 19, 2019 at 09:32

    This from BC: The only way that ‘things’ will happen is if each person does the right thing, regardless of what he expects other people to do.

    Absolutely, because ultimately we each will have to give (hopefully 🙂 ) a good account of ourselves.

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