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Posted By: Magnante, 5/9/2021 4:21:28 AM

By the time the Cola Wars really heated up in the 1980s, Coca-Cola had perennially enjoyed the upper hand over Pepsi in a rivalry that dated to the dawn of the twentieth century. (snip) Coke is destroying the pro-America brand association that it had been building for over a century because “it’s afraid” of the political forces aligning against it. (snip) This time, the degree to which Coke has offended its consumers runs much deeper than our taste buds.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: stablemoney 5/9/2021 5:25:57 AM (No. 779612)
Diversification has brought the enemies inside the company, and on their payroll, and now, they are destroying the company from within.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: valinva 5/9/2021 6:03:24 AM (No. 779620)
Now it's time to do the same thing to Disney. They are as bad if not worse than Coke. They need to be punished.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: 5 handicap 5/9/2021 6:20:11 AM (No. 779624)
I gotta ask why a brand so closely associated with Americana would hire a Brit to run the company? What were they thinking? Well, they got what they deserve... a chance for irrelevance!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 5/9/2021 6:45:21 AM (No. 779631)
Telling us what we should drink is one thing. Telling us to embrace a culture of laziness, theft, thuggery, belligerence, racism, drug and alcohol abuse, bullying and developmental stagnation is quite another. I have had my last coke - ever.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Rinktum 5/9/2021 6:51:27 AM (No. 779634)
I used to look at the Coka-Cola logo and think, America. Now I look at it and think, traitor. We will not buy Coke and if it is the only choice of beverage in restaurants, we order water. Pepsi is not much better with their policies. It has always been my favorite but I can more than do without it. It is a shame these companies make decisions that kill their brand. Pop (We call it pop where I come from, not soda.) is just a drink that pairs well with some foods, burger, pizza, Mexican foods. The self-satisfaction these executives get by virtue signaling is ruining their business. Smart leaders should resist the peer pressure and concentrate on selling their product to the biggest consumer pool. Go woke, go broke, and they deserve for their brand to crash and burn. Agree #2. Disney has to pay for destroying its trust with parents and children. Don’t expect them to change, They are too invested in this politically corerect garbage. The hedonists have taken over this once great company. It was once a wholesome company but now has devolved into a hotbed of wokeness. It is now clearly anti-family and uses its cover as a family resort to make money off the very people they despise. Evil has infiltrated the happiest place on earth. What a shame for children everywhere.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 5/9/2021 7:15:48 AM (No. 779638)
Corporate CEOs are part of the symbiotic D.C. swamp. Their loyalty is not to their stockholders or to their customers, but to their benefactors. D.C. is run on bribes and blackmail and the corporate world on bonuses and buy outs. We have been the naive worker bees, fueling the bus that ran us over.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: anniebc 5/9/2021 7:35:23 AM (No. 779654)
Coke is not afraid of political forces; they've just come out of the closet. I see more coke commercials now than I have in the last 20 years or so; things must be pretty bad for them.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: raspberry 5/9/2021 7:38:40 AM (No. 779659)
When it comes to Coke I vote with my buck. We have bought our last Coke--ever!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: sanspeur 5/9/2021 7:59:49 AM (No. 779678)
“famous decision “? naw , infamous , William . There will be courses in biz school taught only on coke-ca-cola ca ca
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Tanker76 5/9/2021 8:21:51 AM (No. 779705)
Unfortunately you cannot escape them by buying store brands. At the Coke bottling plant in Elizabethtown, KY, there are more Kroger Big K cans in their warehouse, waiting to be filled, than there are Coke cans.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Bassman1911 5/9/2021 8:24:26 AM (No. 779708)
I don’t understand corporate executives today. They are indeed a product of today’s colleges of indoctrination. What is the big fascination with engaging in politics? Nobody needs to know the politics of a corporation. When they do that, they automatically alienate half of their customer base. Why don’t they just sell their products and shut up.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: LLAMA 5/9/2021 8:25:53 AM (No. 779710)
Remember the old line from a TV skit: "No Coke. Pepsi."
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Reply 13 - Posted by: slsusnr 5/9/2021 8:31:17 AM (No. 779715)
I remember a number of years ago when McDonald's stopped toasting their buns. I don't know if that happened locally as a test or nationwide, but it was just terrible. I wrote to the corporate office. I guess many others did the same; that change didn't last long. Coke is a different story. They painted themselves into a corner. They could apologize to the loyal consumers, but then they'll offend the woke. Seems to be a no-win, and they deserve to lose b I g l y. Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn. Bring me another black coffee.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Speedypetey 5/9/2021 8:33:02 AM (No. 779717)
A friend said his restaurant has a contract with Coke but they are selling half of what they did. Customers ask for Pepsi, if no Pepsi than a glass of water, sometimes iced tea but that is rare. Because of social justice his family loses out on revenue also.
51 people like this.

Reply 15 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 5/9/2021 8:33:37 AM (No. 779718)
The Coca Cola Company is like Tweeter. Either way, it's a political cool aid. This company, now woke, thinks its product is invincible. Really, Coke? You sure showed you when that marketing disaster, Coke Classic, crashed and burned in 1985. There hasn't been a 12-pack of Coke in this household in over 35 years now.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: udanja99 5/9/2021 8:40:21 AM (No. 779724)
I owned stock in Coca Cola for almost 30 years. Glad that I sold it back in 2005.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: bigfatslob 5/9/2021 8:52:48 AM (No. 779732)
I never had to stop purchasing Coke because I never drank it. We were not wealthy when I was growing up in the '50s but drinks in our house were Kool Aid (in packets) homemade lemon aid and Root Beer extract. One or two bottles of Coke was shared on scoops of vanilla ice cream on Saturday nights. We never had Coke in the 'fridge'. I grew up never being a person who liked sweets even to this day. Many other products that became 'woke' like Coke I never had to stop purchasing because I never purchased them to begin with so they can all be as woke as they want but I'll never know.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Donna M 5/9/2021 9:08:58 AM (No. 779748)
What this article fails to do is identify Coca-Cola's wide diversification into other beverages such as other soda brands (Sprite, private label), water (Dasani), and juice (the Simply line). Often they are not marked as such (e.g. Simply). Boycott one, boycott all if you want them to feel it.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Paperpuncher 5/9/2021 9:12:39 AM (No. 779753)
#14 got it right. When in a restaurant ask what brand of cola they serve. If coke then order water. The profit margin on soft drinks is massive. When the restaurant owners start to realize how much they are losing they should change brands. Is RC Cola still in business? How about lemonade?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Paperpuncher 5/9/2021 9:16:23 AM (No. 779756)
Another thought. You are in the business of manufacturing a soft drink. How about you just do your job and keep your political views to yourself. You not only offend your consumers but also the majority of your employees. Well that’s a smart move if ever there was one.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: callmecrazy 5/9/2021 9:35:40 AM (No. 779775)
I used to think I couldn't survive a day without a diet Coke. But after their meddling in Georgia's voting laws I found that I could. I don't like the taste of Diet Dr Pepper as well but I love the taste of freedom.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: mean Gene 5/9/2021 9:40:37 AM (No. 779781)
So Coke, seeing sales slowly declining, decided to toady to a demographic that hates capitalism and freedom of choice with a vengeance. And, big surprise, they didn't gain sales, they lost sales. Now they want old customers to pretend it never happened! How about, No!"
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Lawsy0 5/9/2021 9:49:51 AM (No. 779788)
I read about the Elizabethtown, KY bottling company a few days ago on this site. I happily shared that with some of my favorite people at my local Kroger. But Coke can p- on the fire and call the dogs because the hunt is most definitely over. How do I know? My son has switched to water! I kept his and my grandson's favorite flavor of pop/soda in the fridge, they could help themselves.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Muguy 5/9/2021 9:56:15 AM (No. 779791)
New Coke was one of the biggest marketing blunders in all of history. The ORIGINAL Coke actually had coca leaf extract and bat guana in it and SUGAR. The "new" coke removed the sugar and replaced it with corn sweetener and then tried to pan it off as "Classic Coke" in the guise of "Coca-Cola CLASSIC" Posters mentioned Disney-- This current Disney is NOTHING like Classic WALT DISNEY disney. It is a cultural phenomenon in broadcasting and societal trends. It is very UNfamily friendly now, and the wokeness has me avoiding as much of their broadcasting empire as possible. I did in fact see the last three Star Wars movies which were RUINED by Disney. Now they have bought out other television networks and its almost impossible to not watch their product.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: starboard 5/9/2021 10:00:13 AM (No. 779794)
Woke-a-Cola is no longer my first choice and have noticed Pepsi taking the premier spot on the selves at Kroger. I've switched to Kroker Seltzer and RC Cola if I want a cola drink. Coke's CEO should be fired.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Quigley 5/9/2021 10:23:26 AM (No. 779811)
I’ve learned since college that the stuff is death water. “It dissolves glass so imagine what it does to your stomach.” I wonder if they don’t have more sales outside of the US so maybe they want do disassociate it from the US like some action heros have been. Of course it’s also possible that the America association is why foreigners wanted to have it. But I tend to think #1 has it. If you’re China and you want to sell the #1 beverage, why not promote people within Coke with ideas that will destroy it? If you’re an oil producer why not promote to the American public that they should not produce oil? All of you should give me your possessions because that would bring love and peace. At least, if you don’t want to give me your stuff, help me extort somebody else’s stuff from them.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: mc squared 5/9/2021 10:30:57 AM (No. 779819)
Coke requires that 15% of their attorneys be black. I'd like 15% of people in TV commercials to be white
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Reply 28 - Posted by: mindsport 5/9/2021 10:53:24 AM (No. 779837)
About a 3rd of Cokes revenue comes from the US, so their attempt to Virtue signal to rest of the world was a colossal failure. My Kroger appeared to have a couple of pallets of Coke product displayed throughout the store, we’ll see if it moves.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: MickTurn 5/9/2021 10:56:41 AM (No. 779842)
Hey Coke Dope...please 15% or please 85%, you made the WRONG choice, nor suffer the consequences! This goes for the rest of you WokeDope Corporations, NFL, NBA, MLM etc!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Kafka2 5/9/2021 11:33:19 AM (No. 779878)
If the spokespeople for Coca-Cola had bothered to read the legislation passed by the Georgia legislature they would have realized that the accusations they parroted about that legislation were a pack of LIES. This should cost Coca-Cola financial. Only in that way will they maybe be less eager to stick their feet in their mouths. Pepsi any one?
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Reply 31 - Posted by: DVC 5/9/2021 12:10:23 PM (No. 779906)
We used to purchase roughly three 12 packs of Coke Zero a month. We have not purchased ANY in months now. No intent of drinking it any more. Go to Hades, Coke. I don't need you. But, SURPRISE, you DO need us customers. And a lot of us don't take kindly to being told to "act less white".
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Reply 32 - Posted by: SALady 5/9/2021 12:29:18 PM (No. 779920)
We are done with Coke at our house (and we used to drink a lot of Coke). And for those who say they are drinking Pepsi now, please remember that Pepsi was one of the first big corporations to fold to the racist BLM shakedown artists last year and gave them millions of dollars. But we stopped buying their "woke" swill back then, so none of those dollars are ours. So far (at least), Dr. Pepper hasn't shown any sign of woke-ness, so they are our current sugary caffeinated beverage of choice!!!
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Periwinkel 5/9/2021 12:56:42 PM (No. 779934)
I always bought either Coke or didn't make much difference. But when the Coke folks took a nosedive into idiocy, I decided to drink Pepsi. Why not. I guess I am one of the 37%, but I'm used to being in the significant minority.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: ScooterTrash 5/9/2021 1:18:37 PM (No. 779955)
I wrote Coke corporate today. I told them instead of me being less white, they should be less stupid. I also told them I was done with coke products and they could go p!ss up a rope.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Songstress 5/9/2021 2:25:34 PM (No. 780028)
I hate to break it to you people switching to Pepsi, but Pepsi has been woke for longer than Coke. Their Indian (the country) CEO at the time once famously said the USA is like the middle finger of the world. That was probably 10 years ago and I haven’t forgotten it, Pepsi. Now, I think Dr. Pepper was invented in Texas, so they’re probably all right.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: little guy 5/9/2021 3:23:25 PM (No. 780084)
It's hard to boycott a large company that makes so many products ... but you can certainly try! "Coca Cola" is really just a brand of a large corporation that also makes Barq's, Fresca, Schweppes, Honest Tea, MinuteMaid, Dasani and .. yes ... even "Peace Tea"!! But you can stop buying that particular brand and they will feel it. Skip the red & white can entirely and move over to Dr. Pepper (owned by Snapple which also makes 7-Up, A&W, RC and Hires root Beer) or just try a local or geographic brand. Hit Disney & Coke in the pocket book and they'll listen.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: Rumblehog 5/9/2021 3:59:24 PM (No. 780107)
I hate the taste of Coke of any kind. I fell in love with Dr. Pepper when I moved to Texas and when they came out with their Diet form it was THE best of all the soft drinks for tasting just like the sugar type. I am disgusted during the WuFlu that the company has decided to take the caffeine-free diet type off the market, or at minimum it's become "unobtanium" and rare as a Dodo bird. In lieu of that I drink diet Ginger Ale for soda time. Coke can go broke as far as I'm concerned. These companies better wake up and say the Pledge of Allegiance to our Flag every morning, or move the hell out of the USA for British Virgin Islands, or Portugal or something. Leave the U.S., socialists.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: Philipsonh 5/9/2021 6:42:54 PM (No. 780186)
Coca Cola sells products under 200+ brand names as well as numerous private labels; if you think your hurting them buy boycotting COKE, guess again. They could care less about their customers, like many corps. today. They care more about their social agenda.
5 people like this.

Reply 39 - Posted by: or gate 5/9/2021 7:09:49 PM (No. 780207)
Another disgrace.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Mr C 5/9/2021 9:23:52 PM (No. 780298)
To avoid going BROKE, WOKE COKE needs to hire a heavy weight Leftist Leader...Say, Stacy Abrams would make a fine C.E.O.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: formerNYer 5/9/2021 11:26:34 PM (No. 780360)
putting soda in your body is as bad as eating donuts, the chemical reactions from the almost pure sugar drink on them digestive system is a main reason for obesity, heart problems, diabetes and other maladies. If you want to live to a ripe old age don't drink soda.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 5/10/2021 3:33:26 AM (No. 780424)
Never too big to fail. Go woke. Go broke. Guess who has the spending money ? Guess who buys stock ? I haven't drank a cola product for years.
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The saga of former President Obama’s library has been going on for years. At one point, the library was encountering legal troubles. It seems the builders were going to go right through a historic section of Chicago. Some criticized the library for not containing certain documents from the Obama administration. Those documents would not be available in physical format, but only digital.
President Biden and first lady boot BBC
crew from pub garden to get their table
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Posted by Ribicon 6/11/2021 12:25:00 PM Post Reply
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden kicked out the British media—to get the pub garden table they wanted, video shows. Jon Sopel, the BBC’s North America editor, had been sitting on the patio of Treganna Castle in Cornwall on Thursday when he was seemingly surprised by the unexpected arrival of the commander-in-chief and his wife.(Snip) But the BBC team was soon forced to pack up their belongings to give up their table to POTUS and FLOTUS—even though they clearly had the pick of several other tables in the otherwise empty area. BBC producer Morgan Gisholt Minard shared a second clip showing
The Duchess and the First Lady: Kate and
Jill Biden meet for first time as they visit
primary school in Cornwall for talk with
education experts during G7 summit
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Posted by Imright 6/11/2021 10:27:55 AM Post Reply
There's nothing like a trip to the coast to blow the cobwebs away, and Kate Middleton appeared in great spirits as she joined Dr Jill Biden today at the start of the G7 summit. The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, cut an elegant figure in the £1,125 fuchsia midi dress from Alexander McQueen and carrying a £225 L.K. Bennett handbag that matched her shoes as she arrived to meet the President's wife, 70, who also wore pink. They were meeting children aged four and five in reception class at the Connor Downs Academy near Camborne this afternoon followed by a round table discussion with UK education experts convened by Kate.
BREAKING: AG Merrick Garland
Announces that His DOJ Will Scrutinize
Any Post-Election Audits for
Evidence of Voting Law Violations!!
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Posted by DW626 6/11/2021 5:08:14 PM Post Reply
The corrupt DOJ and its FBI totally ignored the flood of election crimes in the 2020 election. So it’s no surprise that now the corrupt AG decides to threaten any person who is involved in election audits to prevent them from looking into the election crimes and fraud that were committed. The DOJ totally ignored election crimes in the 2020 election. Everywhere we turned there were crimes and corruption at every level in the process but they were ignored by our Mainstream Media, DOJ, and its FBI, and any mention of the election crimes were banned by Big Tech.
GOP Rep. Byron Donalds says Congressional
Black Caucus keeping him out
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Posted by Imright 6/11/2021 10:41:16 AM Post Reply
A black GOP lawmaker in the House of Representatives says the Congressional Black Caucus has declined his efforts to become a member.In a statement to The Post on Thursday, Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) expressed his disappointment about being excluded from the CBC, which inducted other freshman lawmakers into the group six months ago.“The Congressional Black Caucus has a stated commitment to ensuring Black Americans have the opportunity to achieve the American Dream,” the 42-year-old lawmaker, who represents the Naples area, began.“As a newly elected Black Member of Congress, my political party should not exempt me from a seat at the table dedicated to achieving this goal.
Trump Was Right: Study Shows
Hydroxychloroquine Boosted Ventilated
COVID Patients' Survival by 200%
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Posted by ladydawgfan 6/11/2021 3:36:15 AM Post Reply
A new study seems to confirm that former President Donald Trump may very well have been right about hydroxychloroquine. According to the observational study published on MedRxiv that surveyed 255 patients infected with the coronavirus and requiring intermittent mandatory ventilation, weight-adjusted hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin improved the survival of such patients by nearly 200 percent. “Most Covid studies have not considered days of therapy, cumulative dose, or weight-adjusted dosing. We found that when the cumulative doses of two drugs, HCQ and AZM, were above a certain level, patients had a survival rate 2.9 times the other patients,” the study noted in its conclusion.
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