November 10, 2015
We’re only in the early stages of November. Thanksgiving is approximately two-and-a-half weeks away. Yet Jewbucks has already begun waging a war on Christmas.
Jewbucks is known for releasing their “red cup” around this time of the year. Each year it’s designed with a different Christmas theme. But this year it’s just a plain red cup sans Christmas theme.
The pricey Jew-owned coffee shop has rightfully received its fair share of criticism for supporting the politically correct zeitgeist and participating in the war on Christmas.
The company, however, retains that their cups were meant to be a blank canvas for customers to create their own stories, inspired by the doodles and designs that customers have drawn on white cups for years.
“In the past, we have told stories with our holiday cups designs,” Jeffrey Fields, Starbucks vice president of Design & Content, said in a statement. “This year we wanted to usher in the holidays with a purity of design that welcomes all of our stories.”
When I asked Jewbucks’ Jew CEO Howard Schultz why he is now complicit in the war on Christmas, he curtly told me that it is the current year.