The world’s third largest producer of beer is joining with Katy Perry and other brain dead celebrities in a push for global control.
Dutch beer company Heineken is now shipping their beer with a sick message on the back. The multi-billion-dollar brewer is calling for “the world without borders or barriers.”
Heineken is the latest multinational corporation to join in the push to erode national sovereignty and open all international borders.
Marketing executives at Heineken are hoping their brand is capable of shifting public opinion and convincing consumers around the globe to open their borders to share some beer.
While the marketing campaign appears on the surface to be a misguided attempt to pander to liberals around the world, it is actually in the best interests of the mega-corporation.
Many multinational firms are hoping to open borders in an attempt to drive down wages in developed countries. Heineken could save millions on labour as hordes of unskilled workers flock to steal European jobs.
However, the propaganda campaign will ultimately backfire, as many are planning to boycott the beer brand for promoting their globalist scheme.
Worse yet is the simplicity of the message on the back of the bottle. If you believe Heineken, opening the borders is simply the nice thing to do. According to Heineken, the world is not full of evil terrorists and dogmatic sadists, but potential friends blocked by those pesky borders.
In reality, the world is a very dangerous place. Heineken and the liberals who share their view are utterly ungrateful of the sacrifices of our ancestors. We have managed to achieve the safest and prosperous society in the history of man, and the globalists hope to erode our success to prevent hurting the feelings of murderous goat herders.
An open world may benefit Heineken’s bottom line, but it will expose us to the evils of the world. We cannot sacrifice our safety in the name of corporate profits.
We need to join with the others boycotting the domineering beer maker. We need to show corporations that they serve us, their customers, and cannot push their political propaganda without consequence.