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Friday, November 22, 2019

Chick-fil-A convergence confirmed

There is no longer any room for doubt. The cucking on the anti-LBGTPQ front is real and so is the first stage of the convergence of Chick-fil-A:
Chick-fil-A’s announcement that it was dumping the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, which have come under attack by gay activist groups, caught Christian fans of the fast food chain by surprise. It shouldn’t have if they had been paying attention to CFA’s corporate structure.

The donations were coming out of the Chick-fil-A Foundation. The Executive Director of the CFA Foundation is Rodney D. Bullard, a former White House fellow and Assistant US Attorney. Some may have mistaken him for a conservative because he was a fellow in the Bush Administration, but he was an Obama donor, and, more recently, had donated to Hillary Clinton’s campaign while at Chick-fil-A.

Like many corporations, Chick-fil-A branded its charitable giving as a form of social responsibility. Bullard became its Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility. Unlike charity, corporate social responsibility is a leftist endeavor to transform corporations into the political arms of radical causes. Like other formerly conservative corporations, Chick-fil-A had made the fundamental error of adopting the language and the infrastructure of its leftist peers. And that made what happened entirely inevitable.

In an interview with Business Insider earlier this year, Bullard emphasized that the Chick-fil-A Foundation had a "higher calling than any political or cultural war." The foundation boss was preparing the way for the shakeup that was coming in the fall. Even while he claimed that the CFA Foundation had a higher calling than a political or cultural war, he was preparing to accommodate the Left’s cultural war.

Bullard would have been seen as a safe bet. The CFA Foundation and the Christian groups it supported were so entangled that Bullard serves on the Salvation Army’s National Advisory Board and was on the National Board of Trustees of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. But Bullard’s vision was not that of charity, but of corporate social responsibility. And the two things are fundamentally different.

Charity helps people. Corporate social responsibility is virtue signaling by capitalists to anti-capitalists. Unlike charity, corporate social responsibility isn’t about helping people, but ticking off ideological and identity politics boxes like diversity and the environment. If people accidentally get helped in the process of helping a corporation signal its membership in the politically correct creed, that can’t be helped.

The Chick-fil-A Foundation will go on funding leftist groups like Atlanta's Westside Future Fund. The Westside Future Fund is a project of the Atlanta Committee for Progress together with former Mayor Kasim Reed. It will just opt out of funding Christian groups whose views offend anyone on the Left.... There was also a $10,000 donation to Saris to Suits whose mission is to "advance women's empowerment, education, gender equality, and social justice."

There’s money for social justice, but not for the Salvation Army.

There was $25,000 for UNICEF and $75,000 for the Andrew Young Foundation. That last one isn’t a surprise. Carter’s radical UN ambassador sits on the CFA Foundation’s advisory board. $20,000 went to the Latino Leaders Network, another $20,000 to the Harvard Debate Diversity Network, $45,000 to the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, and $5,000 was allotted to Friends of Refugees.
Looks like I had better update Corporate Cancer sooner than planned. There is no excuse for any of this stuff. If Bullard isn't promptly fired, then the SJW cancer will rapidly metastasize throughout the corporation.

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71 Comments:

Blogger Beau November 22, 2019 6:50 AM  

The Salvation Army is a sleeping giant.

I pray this will wake us up, as in a great awakening, a spiritual awakening.

Blogger Section 8A November 22, 2019 6:56 AM  

It sounds like it's too late - the patient is terminal.

Blogger Karen took the Kids November 22, 2019 6:58 AM  

I was only listening to the audiobook yesterday and enjoying how well run the company had appeared to be by Vox's analysis. But as also mentioned in CC it won't take long to advance to stage 2 if surgery isn't carried out in a prompt fashion. The freak flags will be flying soon.

Blogger MATT November 22, 2019 6:58 AM  

FORGET CHIC FIL A

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is officially cancelled. Forever.

Or until they can find gat ugly landwhales to strut on stagem

Blogger VD November 22, 2019 7:02 AM  

It sounds like it's too late - the patient is terminal.

Not at all. This is not a part of the core business. The cancer can be excised easily, the only question is if it will be or not.

Blogger bodenlose Schweinerei November 22, 2019 7:08 AM  

Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility

Not sure if it's completely the fault of the internet, but at this point the word "social" itself is becoming carcinogenic. Possibly because it's replaced "THE PEOPLE!" in the mouths of Marxists who made that phrase a shibboleth for insincerity and absurd posturing.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 22, 2019 7:15 AM  

"The Salvation Army is a sleeping giant."

Indeed. One of the vanishingly few charities that is actually ruled by Charitas, does its job, and doesn't steal.

As for CFA... purge or die, as another burnt out conduit that couldn't handle real power.

Blogger Servant November 22, 2019 7:16 AM  

The patient is terminal when the mbas evolve the user experience of the core product.

Didn't care except as popcorn. The fact that we know what they give means their gifts are fake trash.

Blogger FUBARwest November 22, 2019 7:20 AM  

Unfortunate timing for Corporate Cancer.

"The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is officially cancelled. Forever."

Not sure if ending a worldwide sex trafficking show and prostitution is all that bad...

Blogger jsmalone1 November 22, 2019 7:21 AM  

One thing for sure, here, where I live there were lines stretching into the street at every Chick-fil-A at lunch time. The lines are gone and so are we.

Blogger Mandos November 22, 2019 7:25 AM  

A show that glorifies beauty cannot be tolerated by the Cult of the Ugly.

Blogger Salt November 22, 2019 7:28 AM  

Will the Socials pick up the high slack when CFA's base is gone?

Blogger Nathan Bruno November 22, 2019 7:29 AM  

In the past, I have had misgivings about the Salvation Army, because I thought they were downplaying the Gospel message to the world - i.e., they forgot the "Salvation" part of their marching orders. Ideally, everyone should be given a meal, a place to stay, and instruction leading to eternal salvation.

However, when the scoundrels did the wooden nickel campaign demanding that the Salvation Army build some structure in Detroit and pay off a number of petty bureaucrats, and they made the call that it would impact their charitable mission, I gave them money. This is going to get the checkbook out for me, since it is a time to rally for a visible "hands and feet" of Christ in the world.

I never liked the Chick-fil-a product. I did like the Chick-fil-a concept, all the way back to the original square deal on his franchise agreement. At least my memories of In-n-out are unsullied.

Like Elvis, I can dream; perhaps as more of these Christian groups that are on the liberal end of the spectrum with a focus on only felt needs are challenged to fully repudiate Jesus Christ, perhaps some of them will find that they cannot release their final moorings, and instead, hated by the leftists, they will go back to their Bibles. As I said, like Elvis, I can dream.

Blogger MidnightSun November 22, 2019 7:31 AM  

"Chick-Fil-A came under attack by gay activist groups" I can't help but wonder if our intelligence agencies are directly involved with the antics of these activists. Never do I see a name connected to the 'group' protesting.

Blogger Tank November 22, 2019 7:35 AM  

It would be hard to overstate how sad and disappointed I was to hear this news a few days ago. Chick had become my go to place for lunch when I'm on the road. I'd go out of my way to eat there. The food is good, and always has been, and the service is excellent. But, of course, the most important part was that they stuck by their principals when attacked, and that motivated me to seek them out. That motivation is now gone. I sent the company an email to this effect. Perhaps if more of us do that they can straighten out their company before it's too late. In the meantime, instead of throwing a dollar into the bucket when the SA is collecting, I'll be throwing a $20.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 22, 2019 7:37 AM  

" I can't help but wonder if our intelligence agencies are directly involved with the antics of these activists."

You don't enter a strong man's house to rob him without first binding the strong man.

All sources of strength for resistance must be destroyed by him whom would claim supremacy.

Blogger Bernard Korzeniewicz November 22, 2019 7:40 AM  

ZEROHEDGE alredy informs than SJWs smelled blood and attack a CAF restaurant in GB.
Exactly like SDL has forseen...

Blogger Damelon Brinn November 22, 2019 7:44 AM  

It doesn't say explicitly, but I'd guess this guy didn't work his way up from fry cook, since he was busy working for two political administrations. Said it in the other thread: a business that's expanding quickly will often hire executives from outside, and also pick ones with big political and social credentials to help the expansion go smoothly--and for bragging rights. They're not beholden to the company's founding ideals and have their own goals, so you get convergence from their high offices.

Sounds like it was a good thing he showed his hand already, so they can cut it off if the owners choose to. Firing him promptly would be a great way to return loyalty to their best customers.

Blogger DannyDanger November 22, 2019 7:46 AM  

Slightly OT, but all of this talk of corporate convergence in relation to charitable giving has me wondering: would anyone be willing to share some opinions on which charities they would consider to be not converged, or at least the least converged?

(Also...Finished the CC audiobook - the narrator is amazing & so is the writing - very good information - I took several notes on sections to replay for friends and family - also the appendix had me floored - crushing!)

Blogger Salt November 22, 2019 7:59 AM  

DannyDanger wrote:some opinions on which charities they would consider to be not converged, or at least the least converged?

St. Jude's and Shriner's Hospitals for children.

Blogger Bialar November 22, 2019 7:59 AM  

Too bad, CFA is generally good and the product quality and service consistent. A decent "I don't have a choice right now but fast food or skipping a meal" option. Personal monthly CFA spend, approx 2x visits per month, now being donated direct to the SA. The wife is pretty pissed and has agreed to stop eating there as well.

Whether only a handful of people do it or it turns into an avalanche, I think the SA will come out ahead. They stood their ground with that mindless singer broad and handled it extremely well, and I hope they are well rewarded for it.

Blogger Stilicho November 22, 2019 8:11 AM  

I do not think CFA is a franchise organization (company owned stores with well paid managers). So there isn't a franchisee group to push back against the executives on this. I do hope their revenue drops precipitously enough that the Cathy family wakes up and fires those responsible from the foundation, cleans out the board and upper management, but some of the reports indicate that the Cathy family are part of the problem.

Blogger ZhukovG November 22, 2019 8:19 AM  

The convergence of previously trusted national organizations points to the necessity of developing our own decentralized platforms at the local level.

Satan rules this world. We need to consider ourselves in the role of Special Forces, infiltrating to organize indigenous resistance.

Ad Victoriam, Deo Vindice, Ave Caesar Trump!

Blogger RC November 22, 2019 8:25 AM  

The timing here is certainly perfect. Vox with either have a new blow-by-blow case study or, much to be preferred, a chapter on rescuing a company for the Kingdom.

Blogger Scuzzaman November 22, 2019 8:26 AM  

Man, I’ve been in serious dogfights with people in my church who criticised the Sallies on doctrinal grounds. I tell them, I’ve seen them out in the middle of the night, picking drunks and junkies out of the gutter and cleaning the vomit off, giving them clean clothes and good food, maybe a bed for the night - but I’ve never seen any of you doing that. It’s like the parable of the Good Samaritan wasn’t aimed at you at all , eh?

For some reason they didn’t like that.

But the same self-righteous bullshit is behind both their criticisms and the Cuck-Fila Foundation’s virtue signals. Same crap, different can.

Blogger Nate November 22, 2019 8:30 AM  

Hey guys... someone better call up Fellowship of Christian Atheletes and the Salvation Army and tell them that they are super converged too...

Becasue Bullard is on the Board of Directors for both organizations.

Blogger Bobo #117 November 22, 2019 8:42 AM  

My kids never liked CFA. I'd say "come on, they're Christian, we need to support our brethren"

"Chik-fil-A sucks, dad."

From the mouths of babes.

Blogger Nate November 22, 2019 8:45 AM  

holy shit... ok... I did some digging.

So all of these sketchy proggy organizations? They have stopped giving to all of them.

That was part of the same damn announcement that started this mess. So yes... they stopped giving to the angel tree thing. But they also stopped giving to Harvard Debate Diversity... and to the West Side Future crap... and to all this other proggy bullshit as well.

In other words... they are winning. not losing.

Boom.

Blogger Karhu November 22, 2019 8:55 AM  

Damage control attempt using Franklin Graham: https://pjmedia.com/trending/franklin-graham-claims-chick-fil-a-hasnt-caved-to-lgbt-bullies-but-the-salvation-army-is-still-blacklisted/ but as the headline and copy note, The Salvation Army, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Paul Anderson Youth Home are still blacklisted. Closing paragraph:

"If CFA were a Christian company, its leadership would apologize for taking part in smearing a brother in Christ and reverse course. Instead, [eldest son of founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO] Cathy seems to be relying on the goodwill people have for the Graham family while offering non-specific explanations and vague-isms. Just admit what we all know to be true. The gay mafia claimed another corporate head for their mantle."

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 22, 2019 9:03 AM  

"Becasue Bullard is on the Board of Directors for both organizations."

Misleading or wrong. Not directors of SA. Advisory Board. No authority.

“The officer must be ‘Army,’ and the board must be ‘community.’ But when we blend them properly together they will fit into an integrated team that will be of great service to God and to man.” —Dick Hagerty, Western Territorial Advisory Board member

Don't know about FCA.

Blogger Salt November 22, 2019 9:04 AM  

Nate wrote:So all of these sketchy proggy organizations? They have stopped giving to all of them.



Salient point, though, is that they had been giving to them at all.

Blogger Brett baker November 22, 2019 9:06 AM  

For those who didn't get the memo, most business schools are converged. They just don't demonize profits like the other parts of college.

Blogger CM November 22, 2019 9:17 AM  

It sounds like it's too late - the patient is terminal.

It's only too late when the Lord Almighty returns. At that time, we'll have plenty to hope for and celebrate.

Blogger VD November 22, 2019 9:41 AM  

They have stopped giving to all of them.

Now that is a good sign. Firing Bullard would be another one.

Blogger Doktor Jeep November 22, 2019 9:42 AM  

That's one heck of a tumor

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer November 22, 2019 9:44 AM  

Its not just about virtue signaling. Its about paying monetary tribute to TPTB. Its why the Komen Foundation was quickly brought to heal when they decided not to contribute to Planned Parenthood. Why should a charity founded to raise money to fund breast cancer research be giving money to PP? Because, shut up.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 November 22, 2019 10:05 AM  

Just sell some damn chicken!

Geez, how hard is it?

Blogger Calvin809 November 22, 2019 10:06 AM  

From what I've researched it is franchised and you need far less assets on hand compared to other chains. The only thing is you have to work at your restaurant and you can't open any others.

Blogger Karhu November 22, 2019 10:13 AM  

@38 Calvin809, skin in the game, what a concept! From Wikipedia:

"Chick-fil-A retains ownership of each restaurant."

That followed the McDonald's scheme, which allows the franchiser ultimate control over the restaurants. The rest doesn't to my memory:

"Chick-fil-A selects the restaurant location and builds it. Chick-fil-A franchisees need only a $10,000 initial investment to become an operator. Each operator is handpicked and goes through a rigorous training program; the interviews plus training can take months and is not an easy process. Chick-fil-A states on their site:

"This is not the right opportunity for you if you:
* Are seeking a passive investment in a business.
* Want to sell property to Chick-fil-A, Inc.
* Are requesting that Chick-fil-A, Inc. build at a specified location.
* Are seeking multi-unit franchise opportunities."

Sounds like a very good arrangement, now sabotaged at the very top.

Blogger rcocean November 22, 2019 10:24 AM  

Corporations shouldn't be allowed to deduct costs for Charity for tax purposes. Or set up "Foundations". In any case, as long as Chick-fi-la is closed on Sunday, you know they're not COMPLETELY subverted. Once that goes, you'll know its just another Liberal Corp.

Blogger rcocean November 22, 2019 10:26 AM  

Anytime you see the phrase "Former Bush Official" - its a coin toss whether they're Right or Left-wing. If you see "Former Clinton/Obama Official" they're Left/liberal 99% of the time.

Blogger Damelon Brinn November 22, 2019 10:35 AM  

would anyone be willing to share some opinions on which charities they would consider to be not converged

Your best bet is always a local charity that you help with personally that does work in the local community, and as little money leaves the community as possible. That way you can see with your own eyes what's being done with your time and money.

Blogger OneWingedShark November 22, 2019 10:39 AM  

Beau wrote:The Salvation Army is a sleeping giant.
I pray this will wake us up, as in a great awakening, a spiritual awakening.

Amen.

Salt wrote:Will the Socials pick up the high slack when CFA's base is gone?
Thank you for the laugh!

MidnightSun wrote:"Chick-Fil-A came under attack by gay activist groups" I can't help but wonder if our intelligence agencies are directly involved with the antics of these activists. Never do I see a name connected to the 'group' protesting.
An interesting possibility I hadn't considered.

DannyDanger wrote:Slightly OT, but all of this talk of corporate convergence in relation to charitable giving has me wondering: would anyone be willing to share some opinions on which charities they would consider to be not converged, or at least the least converged?
Honestly, your best bet is local charities. Perhaps something like a "Small Businessman's Association" or "Christian Businessman Prayer-breakfast"-group.

Blogger Beardy Bear November 22, 2019 11:28 AM  

This is a setback, but we don't need them. We will continue to gain ground. Deus Vult!

Blogger Uindo November 22, 2019 11:33 AM  

My first impulse on looking up Rodney D. Bullard:
"VOX WAS RIGHT BLACKS VOTE ON RACIAL LINES YOU CAN'T TRUST ANY OF THEM!!"

Bullard is supposed to be some archetypal Christian good black man and yet I can't help but be dissapointed that predicting behavior by race rather than experience/education/wealth/social expectation wins again. Maybe reality is strange enough nowadays that they'll replace him with Jesse Peterson.

It's not over, but that depends on how fast and publicly he gets fired. Will they burn the sacred black cow, or will they go down further the road of cuckery?

Blogger An Orthodox Christian November 22, 2019 11:34 AM  

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Blogger liberranter November 22, 2019 11:51 AM  

I guess I'll make one final visit to my local Chick-Fil-A to spend the 15,000 Rewards Points I've built up over the last two years on one big final junkfood feast for me and my wife before never setting foot in the place ever again.

Blogger liberranter November 22, 2019 12:00 PM  

I can't help but wonder if our intelligence agencies are directly involved with the antics of these activists. Never do I see a name connected to the 'group' protesting.

I think that's a near certainty. What I don't understand is how it is that NO ONE who has ever been threatened by these demonic forces hasn't had the courage to expose them.

Blogger The Course of Empire November 22, 2019 12:02 PM  

Very sad. I didn't even get to experience one of their chicken sandwiches before their convergence.

Blogger Gen. Kong November 22, 2019 12:04 PM  

But Bullard’s vision was not that of charity, but of corporate social responsibility. And the two things are fundamentally different.

Why is Bullard on even the Advisory Board of any ostensibly Christian organization. He's clearly of the devil. They just as well invite (((Soros))) to take a seat to "advise" and 'heal' them as well.

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 22, 2019 12:47 PM  

These franchise owners will be letting CFA corporate know what they think about their new policies soon. Since each can only own one store, and has to be there every day, corporate will get the message fast.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 November 22, 2019 1:00 PM  

Call for Rodney D. Bullard firing from Chick-fil-A!

Blogger Karhu November 22, 2019 1:07 PM  

@49 The Course of Empire:

"Very sad. I didn't even get to experience one of their chicken sandwiches before their convergence."

It's not too late.

That is, to do so, then politely ask to speak to the manager, and tell him his food is every bit as good as you've heard, but due to the franchiser cucking, this will be your last as well as your first visit, and suggest he pass this message on up.

Blogger God Emperor Memes November 22, 2019 2:37 PM  

https://www.hollows.org/au/what-we-do?

Blogger Sheila4g November 22, 2019 2:42 PM  

@43 One Winged Shark: "Honestly, your best bet is local charities. Perhaps something like a "Small Businessman's Association" or "Christian Businessman Prayer-breakfast"-group."

I have to disagree. Working locally sounds great in principle, but in practice, unless your locale is a genuine small town and/or rural, it's all going to be converged whether "Christian" is included in the name or not. Locally in my suburb, every charity/church/fund raiser gets lists of purportedly needy recipients from the city government. That means all Angel Tree gifts go to illegal Mestizos, elderly Han parents on Supplemental Social Security, or immigrant Pajeets using their Medicare walkers. Doesn't really matter what the name on the charity is or how local - if it doesn't benefit genuinely local people who are legitimately part of your community, not merely paper Americans, then personally I wouldn't donate a dime. Even St. Jude's or Shriners - how much of what you donate benefits the children of paper Americans/immivaders?

Blogger Jill in StL November 22, 2019 2:46 PM  

I am not at all a fan of any fast food place (sorry, Vox, but Taco Bell is my least favorite too - I know this is blasphemy, right?), but I actually was happy when they opened a Chik-fil-A restaurant just a few blocks from where we live because I wanted to very occasionally support them. Their spicy chicken sandwich is actually the best one I've ever had anywhere and I am also not a fan of eating meat either, but health conditions have forced me back into carnivore-ism. It's a real shame about this news, as I was happy to support a Christian franchise restaurant that used to not back down to societal SJW pressures. I guess we can all pray that Bullard gets canned asap and maybe eventually they will excise the corporate SJW cancer sooner rather than later. It's just a real shame to see this happen.

Blogger Uncle Maffoo November 22, 2019 3:33 PM  

About time we start our own chicken restaurants, no?

Blogger Chief_Tuscaloosa November 22, 2019 4:14 PM  

@57, starting our own chicken franchise a lot more work than whipping CFA back in line. Don't give up so fast--most CFA employees top-to-bottom aren't behind this.

Blogger Dave November 22, 2019 5:48 PM  

DannyDanger wrote:(Also...Finished the CC audiobook - the narrator is amazing & so is the writing - very good information - I took several notes on sections to replay for friends and family - also the appendix had me floored - crushing!)

Agreed, Bob Allen is perfect for Vox's non-fiction.

Blogger doctrev November 22, 2019 6:00 PM  

Chik-Fil-A is a privately held entity. That's great in terms of mass convergence dollars (especially from Soros) having no effect on them. But it's less good in terms of the company being hostage to whoever's running it. Truett Cathy never would have stopped donating to Christian charities, but then this isn't his time.

I'm sure pressure from clients all along the customer base will stop them, combined with a sudden and needless drop in profits. You're liked BECAUSE you're different. Not because you put a CSR drone to make you look "better." Fire him and get back to basics.

Blogger Gallant November 22, 2019 6:27 PM  

This is a shame.

BTW, for anyone outside the US or Chick-Fil-A served areas, what doesn't get mentioned much is CFA never opens on Sundays, they walk from a ton of $. Also, they are very unlike most fast food chains, where the servers look like slovenly street kids or felons - kids working at CFA, of all races, are clean, friendly, alert, attentive and polite, and dressed smart. It's almost odd. They often put them out in the lines to take the orders with pads to keep the impressive lines moving.

Wish they could be, or remain, a paragon in many areas. Fingers crossed I guess.

Blogger Gallant November 22, 2019 6:30 PM  

I remember one of the leftist "Boycott Chick-Fil-A" schticks years back over gay marriage, where the countering Christian support didn't just line up to the street; but brutally clogged and almost shut down the 3-lane leading up to one I observed. Were there ever to be a company that could openly and loudly engage in culture war the way leftist companies do, it would be chick-fil-a. . . they have a good bit a proven pool of support.

Blogger Dave November 22, 2019 6:52 PM  

Question is, if CFA is no longer the best example of an unconverged organization, what is? Are there any widely known business to consumer corporations along the same scale that haven't started down the road to convergence?

Blogger bobby November 22, 2019 6:57 PM  

I think we should give them a chance to make this right, or explain why it IS right.

We don't have that many huge corporate conservative friends that we can afford to be like the SJW's and throw them over the side for screwing up once like this.

That being said, CfA derives a lot of its huge revenue because of the principles it espouses and (so far) lives. If it truly did cast aside SA in order to gain some woke dollars, I think it will be surprised just how many of those woke dollars they're going to need to bring in just to break even.

Blogger Gen. Kong November 22, 2019 9:02 PM  

Interesting reading the testimonials of the huge waves of support from Christians when there were previous attacks on CfA. I remember reading reports of this at the time as well. So here's a question:

If Christians cannot even un-converge their own churches (the evidence is all around us that most of that which uses the brand-name "Christian" is scarcely anything more than thin-gruel Satanism - why would anyone expect them to miraculously un-converge a corporate organization like CfA? As noted above, Rodney D. Bullard - an individual who is clearly the enemy of everything Christianity once stood for - sits upon the advisory boards of not only CfA but the FCA and SA. It would not be surprising if he sits on the board of several other para-Church organizations and even some denominations. Wouldn't a church be a better target for un-convergence?

Blogger The Pitchfork Rebel November 23, 2019 12:01 AM  

How long before Cathy signs on to that stupid Business Round Table letter?

One of the responses on Front Page Mag..

Everyone should know that the Salvation Army will snail mail a card if you donate "In Memoriam" for a deceased person ("in lieu of flowers", etc). It just so happens that in this case, the Deceased has a corporate PO Box laughably addressed as:
Chick-fil-A CARES P.O. Box 725489. Atlanta, GA 31139-9923
You can even personalize with a short note. AWESOME.

Poster rhodey777

Blogger The Pitchfork Rebel November 23, 2019 12:12 AM  

@40

"Corporations shouldn't be allowed to deduct costs for Charity for tax purposes. "

You have no idea how right you are..

It's extraordinarily rare that I link to the Old Gray Nag, but this piece explains what corporate charity is all about..and it was authored by the son of one of the great virtue-signalling "conscience laundering" people you could imagine.

http://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/opinion/the-charitable-industrial-complex.html

Blogger Derrick Bonsell November 23, 2019 3:20 AM  

I'm just in shock. The Salvation Army? Of all the charities they stop supporting they start with them? Their brand of Christianity is theologically dodgy but they certainly do so much more good than Westside Future Fund or Saris to Suits.

Blogger VD November 23, 2019 4:38 AM  

I think we should give them a chance to make this right, or explain why it IS right.

They've had that chance. They haven't taken it. Stop cucking.

Blogger Paradise Lost November 27, 2019 5:51 PM  

https://www.facebook.com/95475020353/posts/10164069438025354/

Blogger Jill in StL November 28, 2019 1:10 PM  

My husband was listening to talk radio on his drive home from work - apparently, the SPLC has gladly accepted a nice check from Chik-fil-A as a donation - 100% converged. Now, they's supporting an actual hate group.

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