McDonald’s, Starbucks, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are the latest multinational companies to announce they’re pausing business operations in Russia to protest the country’s invasion of Ukraine. 

You may remember Coca-Cola as being the insanely anti-White corporation that was demanding their employees go through “Be Less White” training. Since that predates this site, let me go look that up for you.


Coca-Cola employees were urged to be “less white” as part of the company’s alleged diversity training — but the material was yanked offline following a viral whistleblower post.

The “Confronting Racism” course in question was offered by LinkedIn Education and allegedly utilized by the soft-drink titan.

“In the U.S. and other Western nations, white people are socialized to feel that they are inherently superior because they are white,” reads one of the slides.

Another slide suggests “try to be less white” with tips including “be less oppressive,” “listen,” “believe” and “break with white solidarity.”

(((Robin DeAngelo)))

The people who run Coca Cola are anti-White pieces of garbage. They also support a boycott of Russia after their invasion of Ukraine. And those two things are related.

On Tuesday, McDonald’s announced in a statement that it will temporarily close its more than 800 restaurants and pause all operations in Russia. The U.S.-based chain said it will continue to pay salaries of the 62,000 Russian employees who will be affected by the closure.

Either McDonalds is lying, or they have so much excess profit that they can pay the salaries of 62,000 extra employees after shutting down their jobs. Let’s do some basic math, and assume they’re all making $10/hr, at 40 hrs/week, or $400/head-week. That comes out to $24.8 million per week that McDonalds is losing. That works out to $1.2896B per year.

So it’s nice to know that McDonalds just had an extra billion lying around that they could have just used to pay people more. But they were saving it up to do a boycott of Israel because they murdered all those Palestinian Children. 

Just kidding, they support that.

PepsiCo, Starbucks, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola join more than 200 companies that have curtailed their Russian operations, according to a report by Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a management professor at Yale University.

Those companies include Ikea, Apple, H&M, Canada Goose, Visa and Mastercard.

Weird. It’s almost like the exact same corporations that oppress us here domestically are pushing NATO narratives abroad. My god, it’s like there’s this Corporate-State complex or something.

Personally I hope that Putin nationalizes all these corporations and steals their property. Might not be feasible for Visa and Mastercard, but McDonalds has billions in property value in Russia. Methinks that needs to be liquidated.


PayPal – freezing accounts for withdrawal

Paramount – film distribution block

Parimatch – franchise withdrawn

Play Station – unable to complete payment

Pornhub – ban on access to content

Oh noes. How will the Russians ever deal with no goyfeed and no smut? Other than being healthier and happier?

I’m printing a close to full list of the corporations ragequitting Russia after this.

Apple Pay – full block

Apple – complete exit from the market

Adidas – refusal to work with the national football team

Audi – out of the market

AMD – ban on the supply of microchips and soon a ban on the supply of video cards

Amazon – a complete block of all retail

Adobe – full block

British Petrolium – 20% of shares left Rosneft

BBC – revocation of broadcasting licenses

BMW – closes factories, blocks supplies

Bolt – market exit

Boeing – exit from the market

Chevrolet – out of the market

Cannes Festival – bloc rf delegation

Cadillac – out of the market

Carlsberg – export restriction

Cex Io – crypto platform bans ru users

Cinema 4D – app not working

Coca Cola – exit from the market

Danone exits the market with its subsidiary Prostokvashino

Disney – cancel all movies

Dell – exit from the market

Dropbox – will stop working in the country in a few days

DHL – exit from the market

Eurovision – disqualification

Ericsson – exit from the market

Exxon Mobil recalls all specialists from Russian oil companies

Etsy – block of all balances on ru accounts

Facebook – Russian media account ban

FedEx – complete ban on deliveries

Ferrari – exit from the market

Formula 1 – cancellation of the tournament in Sochi

Ford – closes all stores

FIFA – disqualification of the national team for the World Cup and a ban on holding any international matches in the Russian Federation

Google Pay – partial block

Google Maps – info block for Russia

General Motors – stops exports

HP – import ban

Harley Davidson – cut off supplies

Instagram – blocking propaganda

Intel – microchip supply ban

Jaguar – out of the market

Jooble – removed the service and made a statement

KUNA – market exit

Lamborghini – exit from the market

Lenovo – exit from the market

Levi’s – exit from the market

LinkedIn – preparing for a full exit from the country

MOK – cancellation of all competitions

Mastercard – suspension of card production, shutdown of several banks

Maersk – stop deliveries to / from Russia – goodbye gear with Ali express and ASOS

McDonald’s – exit from the market

Mercedes – out of the country

Megogo – delete all Russian movies

Metro – dismissal of 10k employees

Mitsubishi – dismissal of employees of 141 service centers

Microsoft Office – a wide range of measures are being discussed

Mobile World Congress – refusal of accreditation for a delegation from the Russian Federation

NFT – a block of funds of users of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, the transfer of their money to Ukraine

NHL – full block for players from Russia

Netflix – block for Russian subscriptions, stop production of Russian TV series

Nike – close all stores

Nintendo – a ban on purchases in rubles

Nestle closes all 6 factories in Russia

OnlyFans – closure in the country

Paysera – blocking

PayPal – freezing accounts for withdrawal

Paramount – film distribution block

Parimatch – franchise withdrawn

Play Station – unable to complete payment

Pornhub – ban on access to content

Porsche – exit from Russia

Renault – exit from the market

Samsung pay – service blocking

Snapchat – out from the app in Russia and Belarus

Scania – exit from the Russian Federation

SpaceX – delivery of Starlink to Ukraine

Shell – termination of the contract with Gazprom

Spotify – unable to pay for subscription

Sony – film distribution block

Swatch – exit from the market

Twitter – you can not register accounts for citizens of the Russian Federation

TikTok – massive ban of aggressive fuckers and so-called media

Toyota – dismissal of 2,600 employees

UEFA – cancellation of the Champions League final in St. Petersburg, a ban on all clubs from participating in the Champions League and the Champions League, termination of the contract with the general sponsor Gazprom

UPS – complete ban on deliveries

Universal pictures – film distribution block

Visa – blocking banks under sanctions

Volkswagen – get ot of country

Volvo – withdraw from the Russian Federation

Yandex – exclusion of company shares from quotations on the NY stock exchange

YouTube – blocking hundreds of RF channels and their monetization

Warner Bros cancels all film distribution

Webmoney – prohibition of transactions

It’s almost like big businesses don’t need to respond to market demand, what with being the winners of winner take all markets. It’s almost like that, because it is that.

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