Many people are unaware of it but Nazi Germany was one of Coca-Cola's largest markets. A big part of the company's overall success was built upon what today's leftists would describe the "systemically racist" policies of Adolph Hitler.
Were it not for Hitler's leadership, Coca-Cola might never have become the global force it is today. German people, who are white, loved the company's carbonated sugar water and bought plenty of it with Hitler as their leader.
Today's leftist logic would dictate that Coca-Cola now has a responsibility to right the wrongs of the past by canceling its operations and donating all remaining assets to "anti-racist" organizations. The case could also be made that Coca-Cola now owes "reparations" to those who were negatively impacted by Hitler's rule.
Oh, but Coca-Cola did not actually support Hitler, right? Well, consider the below image depicting a 1936 advertisement put out by Coca-Cola specifically for the Nazi market. It reads:
"One people, one country, one drink, Coke it is."
This nationalistic tagline was right up Hitler's alley, suggesting that Coca-Cola did, in fact, support Hitler's agenda. And because Coca-Cola profited heavily under Hitler's leadership, it is quite literally a Nazi company.
As extreme as this all might sound, it is only fair as leftists are renaming schools, tearing down historical monuments and bullying city councils for far less.
Despite freeing the slaves, Abraham Lincoln, for example, is now "racist" simply because he lived during a time when other people he knew had slaves. Based on that line of logic, Coca-Cola has a whole lot more recompence to pay for its involvement with the Nazis.
"One would think that a company so dedicated to rooting out 'white supremacy' that it forces its white employees into racial re-education training seminars would first want to take a hard look at its own rather awkward historical relationship with actual white supremacists intent on building a world-dominating 'master race,'" writes J.B. Shurk for the American Thinker.
"That's what 'racial justice' requires, right – the punishment of one generation of Americans for the sins of generations past? So why should Coca-Cola's questionable corporate history be off-limits when it goes out of its way to demonize white Americans for no other reason than the color of their skin?"
Shurk is right. The problem, though, is that Coca-Cola is still a Nazi company. Its anti-white racial programs today in many ways mirror the anti-Jewish racial programs attributed to the Nazis. "Wokeness" in the modern sense is just racial prejudice repackaged and redirected against whites.
"... everything about Coca-Cola's racial indoctrination program today sounds as if it could be ripped right from the pages of Nazi Germany's own race laws, with Jews and other 'undesirables' being crossed out and 'whites' scribbled in their place," Shurk notes.
"All the racial animosity that nearly destroyed humanity last century is back in 'woke' form, and some of the same companies that underestimated the Nazi threat then are underestimating the evil intent of the new racialist agendas that are taking over the corporate world today."
That said, the time has come for Coca-Cola to renounce itself and apologize to Jews, Poles and others it discriminated against by selling carbonated sugar water in Nazi Germany. Coca-Cola also needs to beg for forgiveness from white people, whom it has unfairly denigrated.
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