America’s Corporate Enemy #1 Coca-Cola
Updated: Apr 12, 2021
Let’s be clear about what the Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Company was doing when it lobbied
against Georgia’s new election integrity legislation and later spoke out against its passage; the company was lobbying to make it easier for Democrats to cheat and commit election fraud.
That’s right – the company that was at one time the world’s most recognized brand, that sustained Americans through two world wars, the Great Depression and was ubiquitous in American culture in good times and bad has come out in favor of making it easier to steal elections.
And the hypocrisy of the Coca-Cola Company’s executives and Board of Directors could not be more disgusting.
While they want Georgia to do away with voter ID and sensible and fair ballot security measures, they would never run their company that way:
To get into Coca-Cola headquarters you have to show ID.
To attend a Coca-Cola shareholder meeting, you have to show ID.
To vote in a Coca-Cola shareholders meeting you have to show ID, and prove you own stock in the Coca-Cola Company.
If you wish to vote your Coca-Cola shares by mail a valid ballot with chain of custody is required, there are no unattended drop boxes or unsecured vote tallying centers when a seat on the Board of the Coca-Cola Company is at stake.
In short, the new Georgia election integrity law makes it easier to vote in an election for President of the United States than it is to vote in the election of Coca-Cola’s next slate of Directors.
And who are Coca-Cola’s Directors?
Herbert A. Allen
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Allen & Company Incorporated
Allen is also a Member of the Board of Trustees the Far Left Environmental Defense Fund
You can write him at 711 5th Avenue Floor 10 New York, NY 10022 United States
You can call him at (212) 832-8000
Marc Bolland is not an American, but a citizen of the Netherlands
Head of European Portfolio Operations, The Blackstone Group Inc.
Also Vice President at Unicef UK, the Far Left United Nations "charity" that promotes sex services to children and promotes population control programs which advocate abortion and utilize bookjuggling antics to fund abortifacients and sterilizations.
You can write him at The Blackstone Group International Partners LLP, 40 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 5AL - UK
You can call him at +44 20 7451 4000
Ana Botín is not an American, but a citizen of Spain
Is Executive Chair, of the scandal plagued Banco Santander, S.A. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2011/jun/16/santander-botin-family-tax-fraud-probe
You can write her at Santander UK plc, 2 Triton Square, Regent’s Place, London NW1 3AN, United Kingdom
You can call her at +44 (0)7711 783 118
Chairman, Davis Selected Advisers-NY, Inc.
Davis is also on the Board of Directors at the Far Left Washington Post newspaper owned by Leftwing Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos
You can write him at Davis Selected Advisers-NY, Inc., 620 5th Avenue 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10020
You can call him at (212) 891-5561
Trump critic, Democrat media mogul and Chairman of the Board and Senior Executive, IAC/InterActiveCorp and Expedia Group, Inc.
You can write him at IAC/InterActiveCorp, 555 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011
You can call him at (212) 314-7251
Helene D. Gayle
President and Chief Executive Officer, The Chicago Community Trust, is a former employee of Leftwing billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates.
You can write her at The Chicago Community Trust, 225 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2200, Chicago IL 60601
You can call her at (312) 616-8000
Alexis M. Herman
Chair and Chief Executive Officer, New Ventures LLC, is a Democrat political activist who served as Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton
You can write her at New Ventures, LLC, 633 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, 3rd Floor, Washington, D.C. 20004
You can call her at (202) 833-8800
Robert A. "Bobby" Kotick
Chief Executive Officer and Director, Activision Blizzard, Inc., Bobby Kotick is a self-made tech entrepreneur he is best known for his early development and investment in video games. The flagships of his video game empire are Candy Crush and the Call of Duty franchise.
You can write him at Activision Blizzard, Inc., 3100 Ocean Park Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405
You can call him at (310) 255-2000
Maria Elena Lagomasino
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner, WE Family Offices, and Lead Independent Director is a Jeb Bush donor and also a Director of the Leftwing Walt Disney Company.
You can write her at WE Family Offices, Rockefeller Center, 1270 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 2101, New York, NY 10020
You can call her at (212) 218-5100
James Quincey is not an American, he is a British subject.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Coca-Cola Company is, like Mitt Romney, an alumnus of Bain & Co. At the globalist DAVOS 2021 meeting he said Corporate America has “a long way to go” when it comes to diversity in leadership. “Business leaders must help shape an economy that works for everyone,” He also said, “It is part of the social contract.” Quincey's comments on American political institutions are reflective of a British Socialist "social contract" worldview that is greatly at odds with American constitutional liberty.
You can write him One Coca-Cola Plaza, Atlanta GA 30313
You can call him at (404) 676-2121
Chief Executive Officer and Director, Compute Software, Inc.,
You can write her at Compute Software, Inc., 1953 Sage Loop, Mountain View, CA, 94043-4491
You can call her at (650) 804-5417
David B. Weinberg
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Judd Enterprises, Inc. is a Democrat donor and a member of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations.
You can write him at Judd Enterprises, Inc., 401 N Michigan Ave #3050, Chicago, IL 60611
You can call him at (312) 236-3836
What becomes clear as you read the biographies, political background, statements and views of Coke’s directors is that the Coca-Cola Company is no longer a consumer or food products company – it is a political institution with the political goal of remaking American political, cultural and economic institutions.
To that end the Coca-Cola Company’s CEO, James Quincey said after the Georgia election integrity legislation was signed, "Our focus is now on supporting federal legislation that protects voting access and addresses voter suppression across the country," Quincey said. "We all have a duty to protect everyone's right to vote, and we will continue to stand up for what is right in Georgia and across the US."
And Mr. Quincey has a plan to force everyone associated with the Coca-Cola Company into line. As he explained at the Davos Conference, big corporations play an important role in delivering lasting change. Not only can they create an inclusive workforce themselves, but they can also use their ecosystem to help drive the change through their suppliers.
In other words, a foreigner is telling Americans how to run our elections and is endorsing the Democrats’ ultimate plan to make America into a one-party state by passing H.R.1 or S. 1 as the Senate version is known. And he plans to use the economic power of the Coca-Cola Company to make sure the Company’s suppliers toe the line and support the new world order he envisions.
As Bryce Asberg concluded in a 2020 article for the Hillsdale College Collegian, “Corporate activism is particularly dangerous because it is so subtle. Few Americans know the decisions that go on in corporate boardrooms and shareholder meetings. You would think major media outlets would care about this way that democracy is dying in darkness, but so far they have had little to say. Perhaps any method, no matter how undemocratic, is acceptable if it can be used to advance progressive policy goals.”
We urge CHQ readers and friends to call and write the Directors of the Coca-Cola Company to tell them you are on to their game and that as long as Coke engages in Leftwing corporate activism you will no longer buy Coca-Cola products, including Coke, Sprite, Barq's Root Beer, Fanta, Dasani water, Smartwater, Minute Maid, Simply Orange and other fruit drinks, Costa Coffee, Fuze Tea and Honest Tea, Schweppes and Powerade.
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