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Critical Discourse: The Snowflakes are becoming an Avalanche

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Black privilege? - first in Philadelphia (Starbucks), now the latest, Lillian Green, "professional equity activist”, who happens to a “black cis-gender woman”, enters Back to Eden bakery, after operating hours, believing that two white women ahead of her, and were served, because of their race?

After Green posted this incident on Facebook, the owner of Back to Eden, fired the two employees, who’d politely told her, she was came in the store, too late to be served.

One thing that becomes clear,,the SJWs are seizing the opportunity to attach any social agenda, no matter how irrelevant or immoral, to the cause of black people. Case in point, writes the owner of Back to Eden, in typical snowflake fashion: “Back to Eden Bakery is 100% committed to being a welcoming and supportive environment for all customers who share our values of inclusivity and dismantling the white supremacist hetero-patriarchy.” See? The real enemy is the [white] straight father (if black men hadn’t been so neutered over the past 8 years, we’d be proudly included – I will admit however, there are few of us left, who fight against the war on males, and will not take it, sitting down).

Perhaps, the establishment should have locked the door, promptly at 9 PM, to avoid any confusion or misconunderstanding, which would have meant, Miss Green would never had invaded, in the first place. Would it had been a *big* deal to service one more person? But let it be made clear, the decision not to serve the cantankerous Lillian Green, had NOTHING to do with her race, just as the asking the "Starbucks 2", to either make a purchase or leave the place, had NOTHING to do with their race, as well.

Man, we’ve gone straight-line into ethical and logical free-fall, from Woolworth’s (in the 1960s) to Starbucks and Back to Eden, which is HARDLY a garden.

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