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Apr 02 2018

Was Toys R Us Destroyed by ESG Idiocy?

Business thought leaders all agree. Corporations must embrace ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance). This usually entails cultivating a left-wing public image by saturating advertisements with political correctness and donating large sums to ultra-left causes. Like all things left of center, ESG is a stinking pile of B.S. Bankrupt Toys R Us — which is closing all 735 of its American stores — demonstrates how well it actually works:

Toys R Us … promoted the eradication of its future customer base.

The company accomplished this by donating for years to Planned Parenthood. This outfit has two primary purposes: (1) to launder taxpayer money before channeling it directly into the Democrat Party; and (2) to kill children before they get a chance to play with any toys.

Click here for a graphic displaying the Toys R Us business strategy vis-à-vis Planned Parenthood.

In 2010, Life Decisions International (LDI) called for a boycott of the chain because of its support for the abortion giant. By the end of that year, the bad publicity led Toys R Us to pull its direct support for Planned Parenthood. In response, LDI removed the toy store from its boycott list.

By then, it may have been too late.

A little irony — not to mention poetic justice:

In its bankruptcy filing, Toys R Us cited declining birth rates as one of the reasons for its trouble.

Supporting Planned Parenthood may not have been the main cause of the demise of Toys R Us, but it had to have been at least a contributing factor. Once formed, negative associations in the public mind are hard to shake.

Target has gone out of its way to alienate its own customers by promoting the radical homosexual agenda, in part by encouraging perverted men to use restrooms and dressing rooms intended for women and girls. If there is any justice, it will suffer the same fate as Toys R Us. Ditto Hollyweird, which continues to ram leftism and degeneracy down the throats of its customers.

On tips from Jester and Anonymous.

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