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Jan 28 2018

Preventing Shoplifting Is Racist

Persons of politically preferred pigmentation are suing in rage after finding their haircare products locked up to prevent shoplifting at Walmart:

Now why do you suppose Walmart would lock up black haircare products? Because they want to drive away black customers out of sheer malice? Or because black haircare products tend to get shoplifted?

If it is going to sell black haircare products, Walmart has three options: (1) remove the locked cases and let thieves help themselves, with law-abiding citizens picking up the tab through higher prices on everything; (2) lock up the white products too, inconveniencing everyone because of the lawlessness of a minority; (3) issue a statement that those who don’t want to be treated like thieves should refrain from stealing haircare products.

Since option #3 is the only one that makes sense, it can be ruled out immediately.

Via The Crawdad Hole. Hat tip: Pirate’s Cove.

32 Responses to “Preventing Shoplifting Is Racist”

  1. Occam's Stubble says:

    Many years ago, I worked for a small, local chain of retail stores. One of my duties was to help with new store openings. One year, we opened a store in a very bad part of town. To give you an idea how bad, the KFC in the same shopping center had bullet-proof glass between the customers and the employees.

    This was back before UPC codes were ubiquitous so we had to manually put price stickers on everything. We worked from price sheets created by the company. For this store, however, all the price sheets had been altered to add ten percent to the price because of the area of town.

    Perhaps that’s what Walmart should do. Keep the merchandise out where anyone can get to it but jack the prices of the highly-shoplifted items.

  2. magic1114 says:

    Black hair care products? Things like “De-nap-alator”? “Un-springator”? I thought because of the time it takes to re-do the corn rows they just spritzed it with water spray and called it washed… Who knew?

  3. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    That will end up being the solution, I think. Shame that it penalizes the law abiding users of the products. But any system that make it impossible to use simple solutions to prevent theft will in one way or another penalize those who are innocent.

    In Philly, the City Council recently passed a law against liquor stores using bullet proof glass because some people in high risk areas found it offensive. That might actually cost lives. If I owned one of those stores I’d be temped to leave, and see how people like having to get a bus or train for a 40 minute round trip to get a pepsi. Though, I suppose the next step would be for the city council pass some rule mandating the stores remain open. Taking that further, I suppose the absolute end would be for the city to run such stores, in which case, the public employee unions would ensure that the city-run shops would have bullet proof glass again.

  4. MAGA says:

    Maybe the just trying to keep the hair relaxer and other toxic chemicals out of the reach of chilledrens.

  5. oldguy says:

    Seems like the script for a mafia takeover.

  6. sandyaz says:

    The comment section on that video on Youtube is blocked. Don’t think that young lady would listen to the results. The WalMart near my house has all the cosmetics under its own register. and it is one way in and out of the small maze. Thanks shoplifters for making my shopping experience so grand.

  7. Billy TwoKnives says:

    Many products are locked up at Walmart. Not just Afro Sheen.

  8. Occam's Stubble says:

    Doesn’t the state of Pennsylvania already all the liquor stores?

  9. hoagie111 says:

    The law in Philly stopped food stores and take out restaurants from using the bullet proof glass. Liquor stores are owned by the state. The owners of the stores ha filed a suit and they will win. But the whole idea of city council telling owners how to display their product or protect their employees is commie101.

  10. itsatax says:

    Just stop carrying the products. This is how “communities” become “undeserved”. They do it to themselves.

  11. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yes, I misspoke.

  12. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Yep, should have said “corner store” or small market. Usually one and the same where I grew up.

  13. JackisBack says:

    Who shoplifts more hair products at Walmart; Negroid sistahs or Caucasoid sisters? Just maybe it is a financial decision and not a racial one.

  14. hoagie111 says:

    It’s okay, JSIG. Nobody would believe the sh!t that goes on here. We’ve had 66 straight uninterrupted years of democrat rule in Philly and the town is a mess. The entrenched corruption that occurs when the same people are in power that long is ubiquitous. They just pass laws to hear themselves talk. Soda taxes, increased parking fines, no safety glass for employees. It’s a never ending string of patronage and very, very poor leadership. Not to mention Phila. City Council looks like the Congress of Kenya. It’s almost so if you’re white just shut up and pay. We actually had voting districts here that cast 105% of the vote for Obama. Yes, 105%!!!! AND THERE WAS NO RECALL!

  15. Frank says:

    Yes, with the work boots…

  16. Scattergood Baines says:

    Where’m I sposed to get my infentory for my flea market bidness??

  17. Ol' Uncle Lar says:

    That would be interesting. The Mafia is not in business to lose money so I suspect the “security guards” would be large guys with broken noses and names that end in vowels. Would make good video watching a shoplifter try to run with a broken kneecap.

  18. BiffWellington says:

    A store locks up products that tend to “disappear” from the shelves. Apparently, white products leave the store via the cash register. Go figger….

  19. Anonymous says:

    Lockin’ up the ammo is anti-redneck bias! How racist! 😉

  20. Area man says:

    I’m sure it was just a slip of the tongue when she says “the caucasian products are all free to take”?

  21. Richard Daniels says:

    I am surprised no one came up with the only possible reason for these products to be missing from the store shelves.
    Dastardly white people are stealing these products to keep blacks from having hair care products.

    Having these items locked up protects the rights of blacks to get personal grooming items they need.

  22. Stosh says:

    Shortest case ever….Judge here’s a inventory computer generated list of the most shoplifted items by month. We run it each month and the top ten go behind the glass, whatever they are…

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  24. Moe Foe Joe says:

    Clearly it’s another open and shut case of whitey tryin to set us up!

    Kill Whitey!

    Errr I mean, good luck wit dat law suit.

    You gonna git paid Sista!

  25. Anonymous says:

    Baltimore. Just sayin’.

  26. Nome Sane says:

    In Southern Cook County first Store’s products began to disappear, then White People began to disappear and then stores began to disappear. It seems like Magic, but it isn’t.

  27. Dr Why says:

    I don’t want to seem critical here, but I don’t think that black people are ever going to be taken seriously as long as they keep acting like niggers.

  28. Lovekraft says:

    Shakedown. Simple. Perfected by Obama but decades in the making.

    And facilitated by the Steinams of the world.

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