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What the hell are NESCAFE playing at? Transgender symbols, no gender symbols, unknown covid? symbols on their coffee? See pic


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2 hours ago, HistoryIsComplex said:

I'm Photosexual. This means that I fall in love with pictures - the pixels, not the people in them.

 

Where is MY non-standart-gender symbol, Nescafe???

 

I'll never buy your "Quality Coffee" again, because I feel EXCLUDED AND DISCRIMINATED AGAINST!

 

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Haha, "quality coffee" never heard it called that before.

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16 hours ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

They and their 'marketing' team have actually sat around a table, discussed it at great length and come to the decision that 'yes - we will put all the symbols of human gender, and imagined gender on a tin' to what end? 

 

Firstly 'SOATB', may I recommend to you that you buy your own coffee beans and grinder instead. This instant gratification that pervades and penetrates our society only highlights itself when you realize that even mundane foodstuffs such as mashed potato and coffee are more attractive to some just because they are 'instant'.  It's all rather vulgar. 

The Indonesian 'Robusta' and 'Arabica' bean are of a special significance since both exude a deep aroma during the peculating process and contain a higher than average caffeine level. A particular brand favoured by me is the 'Indonesian Blue Dragon'. The Ethiopian and Ugandan Arabica beans are also superb roasts with the latter having a wine like acidity to it. Only four children are killed every 100 kg of coffee produced in hose regions so you sip comfortably with an eased conscience knowing you are contributing your bit towards children's health matters. 

 

Yes, these designs on tins and packaging are dreamt up by little Karen, Tracy, Andi (with an i), Jacqui (with a qui), Josh, Gideon, Debs and Mohammed who you see regularly in Pret a Manger, holding a power meeting round a table all focused on the team leader Josh and his top of the range Apple laptop looking at some obscure chart. It's the focused and intense looks that get me - almost as fake as 'the virus'. Presentation over, it's then time for the absurd and ridiculous questions, the corporate jargon and the risible, farcical buzzwords.....  

'Touch base offline , Blue sky thinking, Punch a puppy, Singing from the same hymn sheet, Thinking outside the box, It's on my radar, Close of play' etc etc. 

 

It's precisely at that point I stand up put my jacket on before retching, heaving and puking all over Josh's keyboard. Take that ya cunts!

 

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3 minutes ago, Smokestack Lightnin' said:

 

Firstly 'SOATB', may I recommend to you that you buy your own coffee beans and grinder instead. This instant gratification that pervades and penetrates our society only highlights itself when you realize that even mundane foodstuffs such as mashed potato and coffee are more attractive to some just because they are 'instant'.  It's all rather vulgar. 

The Indonesian 'Robusta' and 'Arabica' bean are of a special significance since both exude a deep aroma during the peculating process and contain a higher than average caffeine level. A particular brand favoured by me is the 'Indonesian Blue Dragon'. The Ethiopian and Ugandan Arabica beans are also superb roasts with the latter having a wine like acidity to it. Only four children are killed every 100 kg of coffee produced in hose regions so you sip comfortably with an eased conscience knowing you are contributing your bit towards children's health matters. 

 

Yes, these designs on tins and packaging are dreamt up by little Karen, Tracy, Andi (with an i), Jacqui (with a qui), Josh, Gideon, Debs and Mohammed who you see regularly in Pret a Manger, holding a power meeting round a table all focused on the team leader Josh and his top of the range Apple laptop looking at some obscure chart. It's the focused and intense looks that get me - almost as fake as 'the virus'. Presentation over, it's then time for the absurd and ridiculous questions, the corporate jargon and the risible, farcical buzzwords.....  

'Touch base offline , Blue sky thinking, Punch a puppy, Singing from the same hymn sheet, Thinking outside the box, It's on my radar, Close of play' etc etc. 

 

It's precisely at that point I stand up put my jacket on before retching, heaving and puking all over Josh's keyboard. Take that ya cunts!

 

Ahhh Brilliant Smokestack!  Spot on mate!😆
 

 

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I used to drink this brand of coffee - Nestle Azera - a lot, and over the many months/years of buying it I would notice that every now and then they would issue a set of "special edition" designs that initially just seemed like a bit of fun - sort of like well if you're buying the same coffee every week, let's just jazz up the tin with funky designs... mostly they were modern "pop-art" sort of aesthetics, things akin to Damien Hirst etc.  After a while it became almost like a fashion magazine that I didn't really mean to be involved in, I just wanted the coffee lol, but generally I just thought it was harmless fun.

 

This one is a bit different though; I guess on one hand it could just be basic "we're inclusive!" virtue-signalling that is of course very fashionable now... 

 

To issue a tin though - this year - with a bunch of logos where one of them looks VERY MUCH like a Corona symbol, however coincidental, seems like quite an oversight.

 

Slightly off topic, I've been buying a lot of Pure Life bottled water - also made by Nestle - but was a bit sceptical about how "pure" it might really be; apparently some studies have shown that it has way more microplastic content than other brands.  Hmm.  

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On 10/30/2020 at 10:22 PM, Basket Case said:

NESCAFE ? 

Just say NO !!!

 Nescafe is an off chute of  Nestlé Global  and I haven't knowingly purchased any of their products for a good many years ,ever since African babies were getting sick with their baby formula. It turned out the shit they were selling to African mothers had next to no nutrients and was quite a different formula to what they were selling in the west. It makes me wonder how they are still in business, given that and the statements made by it's CEO a couple of years ago with regards to fresh drinking water and human rights, also they were buying cheep water ,I think it was in California a few years back while the rest of the population there was on water restrictions due to drought and they were caught taking over twice what they were allocated.

 So seeing  that shit plastered all over their coffee jar would not surprise me in the least

 

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4 hours ago, peter said:

 Nescafe is an off chute of  Nestlé Global  and I haven't knowingly purchased any of their products for a good many years ,ever since African babies were getting sick with their baby formula. It turned out the shit they were selling to African mothers had next to no nutrients and was quite a different formula to what they were selling in the west. It makes me wonder how they are still in business, given that and the statements made by it's CEO a couple of years ago with regards to fresh drinking water and human rights, also they were buying cheep water ,I think it was in California a few years back while the rest of the population there was on water restrictions due to drought and they were caught taking over twice what they were allocated.

 So seeing  that shit plastered all over their coffee jar would not surprise me in the least

 

 

Nestle also buys up local brands in developing countries.

 

Step 1 - A small Nestle logo goes under the local brand logo

Step 2 - The Nestle logo grows and the local brand logo shrinks

Step 3 - The Nestle logo takes over and the local brand logo vanishes

Step 4 - Nestle sells the now trashed local brand/logo to whoever will spend a few millions bucks for it

 

 

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On 10/30/2020 at 9:33 PM, sickofallthebollocks said:

WTF?!!!!!
I thought I'll just have a coffee... using the coffee brand I've been using the last week or so, then saw this load of shite on the jar!
It's covered in transgender symbols, no gender symbols, other symbols I'm not sure of but look like it's referring to a virus attacking a gene?  (circle with a asterisk type star above it?)
Check it out:  (see other pics for meaning of symbols too)
(Here's yet another thing to boycott along with Sainsburys & Tesco I think)

 

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Found an image of the public advertisement for the particular product (here). The design is by Nick Moore. Full information here: https://www.nescafe.com/gb/about-us/our-brands/nescafe-azera/azera-by-design

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2 minutes ago, sickofallthebollocks said:

Nice one darian, well found, I took a snip of their website:  Saw the word 'stonewall' and thought it might be another sequel to the bourne trilogy, of course-its a left snowflakey probably 'soros' sponsored trans promotional site:
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Nice work. Interesting that they teach a 'Gender in the classroom' course. Digging a little more:

 

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"Nestlé UK and Ireland, part of world’s largest food and beverage company, has joined the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme as a sign of its commitment to improving inclusion for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer and Plus people (the ‘plus’ represents additional sexual orientation & gender identities). The scheme provides Nestlé, which employs around 8,000 people at factories and offices across the UK and Ireland, with access to the latest expert support & resources from the world’s formative LGBT+ charity." (Source).

 

Very curious little rabbit hole this one.

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@sickofallthebollocksIt seems they are well-funded (and this is probably only the tip of the iceberg):

  • Awards for All – England
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • C A Rodewald Charitable Trust
  • Charles S French Charitable Trust
  • City Bridge Trust
  • Comic Relief
  • Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust
  • Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Government Equalities Office
  • Goldman Sachs Gives
  • J P Jacobs Charitable Trust
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • NHS Scotland
  • People’s Postcode Trust
  • Persula Foundation
  • Santander Charitable Foundation
  • Scottish Government
  • Welsh Council for Voluntary Action
  • Welsh Government
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11 minutes ago, Firebird said:

I've never heard of poligender. I think this is all incredibly silly, all the many sex identities.

All of these on here; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-binary_gender#Definitions_and_identity  are pretty much the same thing. Why so many names for what is in essence just bisexuality?

 

It's an attempt to individuate. There is a direct correlation between the level of attachment a person has to 'labels' in adulthood, and the extent to which they failed to successfully individuate in childhood. That is why there are people whom attempt to create 'identity' labels out of thin air.

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@sickofallthebollocksI was just made aware of this letter from the Broadgreen School in Liverpool (1). Research credit to @mapman(2). It's a highly disturbing letter due to its content and implications, however look closely down the bottom of the page; "STONEWALL SCHOOL CHAMPION". It seems this Stonewall group (as discussed above) is far more embedded in the school system than I originally considered. I had a look and found the original school tweet to their official 2018 Stonewall award (3). It would be interesting to dig a little deeper and find out how many of these official Stonewall affiliated schools are also aggressively promoting pro–authority Covid testing and propaganda policies. Furthermore, if a school refused to go along with the mass testing agenda, I wonder how quickly their Stonewall membership and funding would be withdrawn.

 

(1) https://www.broadgreeninternationalschool.com/downloadfile/15622636

(2) https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/13253-operation-moonshot-liverpool-gets-the-orwellian-treatment/&do=findComment&comment=188904

(3) https://twitter.com/BGreenIntSchool/status/994181973961793537

 

 

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@DarianF - Schools are getting creepy. There is a widespread power grab at schools where the aim is to destroy any sort of family values and weaken the parent-child relationship under the pretence of “safeguarding”.

 

Safeguarding

Safe Guarding

Guard Safe

The Guard is Safe

You’re Safe with the Guard

 

sick.

 

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12 hours ago, mapman said:

@DarianF - Schools are getting creepy. There is a widespread power grab at schools where the aim is to destroy any sort of family values and weaken the parent-child relationship under the pretence of “safeguarding”.

 

Safeguarding

Safe Guarding

Guard Safe

The Guard is Safe

You’re Safe with the Guard

 

sick.

 

 

They are targeting the next generation, who don't know what it was like in the old days when we had much more freedom. Then they will use them to police us.

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What place have these symbols got on a pot of coffee? I remember my mum going on about Nestle when I was a child, about the formulas they were heavily encouraging African mothers to opt for and just thinking 'but I want my choccy bar!' Sorry mum in hindsight. 

And now I find san pellegrino is owned by them and in turn my daughter wants one of them every time I go to the shops.  vicious circles.

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2 hours ago, Ozymandias said:

What place have these symbols got on a pot of coffee? I remember my mum going on about Nestle when I was a child, about the formulas they were heavily encouraging African mothers to opt for and just thinking 'but I want my choccy bar!' Sorry mum in hindsight. 

And now I find san pellegrino is owned by them and in turn my daughter wants one of them every time I go to the shops.  vicious circles.

 

"Nestle and Dannon market their child-size bottles of fluoridated water as especially good for children, with Nestle using the catch-phrase “the one designed with kids in mind.” The labels bear no mention of any of the dangers associated with fluoride, although the high risk of developing dental fluorosis via fluoridated water has long been known by the US government and the food and beverage industry." http://fluoridealert.org/news/fluoride-debate-wave-of-fluorosis-cases-begins/

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