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NOM encouraging anti-gay hate in thebmiddle east

"NOM President Brian Brown suggested his organization planned to intensify its campaign against Starbucks and other similar companies in countries where homophobia is pervasive: 'Their international outreach is where we can have the most effect…So for example, in Qatar, in the Middle East, we’ve begun working to make sure that there’s some price to be paid for this. These are not countries that look kindly on same-sex marriage. And this is where Starbucks wants to expand, as well as India. So we have done some of this; we’ve got to do a lot more.'"

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 811/12/2012

there's some good christian values! hey muslims- we fucking hate you, but we hate gays more. want to get together and oppress the gays?"

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 111/11/2012

Oh Mr. Brown, when similar tactics were being directed at Chick-fil-A, you called it "economic bullying." Starbucks should create a new drink in your likeness: The Brian Brown Backsliding Brulee Fabler that's only served in poser cups.

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 211/11/2012

Have NOM never seen images from the Middle East? Beneath the religious attire brand names run rampant. They're almost as commercial as the rest of the world, and probably only the most extreme will give a shit about "gay friendly" businesses.

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 311/11/2012

If the red states leave and form their own ignorant nation, does this scumbucket leave with them?

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 411/11/2012

Starbucks in India is partnered with Tata. I don't think NOM will overcome that partnership.

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 511/11/2012

Come on, Southern Poverty Law Center. Please do it.

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 611/11/2012

Tata (snicker, snicker) is a huge coffee producer from India but I can't imagine Starbucks giving up having their brand name in the lead. Could happen.

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 711/12/2012

So basically, they admit that their best chances are in countries that have not evolved past the 11th century. Brilliant.

by Lois Carmen DeNominateurreply 811/12/2012
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