February 10, 2017
TJX CEO (((Ernie Herrman)))
On one level, the Ivanka Trump boycott is irrelevant. The daughter of a billionaire married to a billionaire obviously has this luxury clothing as a hobby.
But there’s a story here, it’s Yimakh Shemo, the Jewish philosophy of disproportionate vengeance that calls for the obliteration of a Gentile’s entire family: man, woman and child. When Soviet Jews executed Czar Nicholas II, they exacted Yimakh shemo, racially incapable of taking even basic human pity on his sickly 13-year-old son or his daughters. When Jews fail to silence political dissidents like Richard Spencer or Andrew Anglin, they start large boycott and paramilitary intimidation campaigns against their apolitical parents.
With Trump, the core philosophy still applies. While Jews like Katie Rich will cry crocodile tears over middle school boys making fun of another middle school boy for unironically showing up at school in a tutu, other Jews will declare open season on Trump’s 10-year old-son by accusing him of being autistic. This is something that no White House child has ever been subjected to.
And now Ivanka Trump, who has served as a Leftist anti-pole to her father’s presidency, is feeling the brunt of Yimakh Shemo. Her personal feelings or views, her status as a private citizen, and even her philo-Semitism are of no concern to the Jewish concept of impersonal collective punishment. Naturally, they apply this to entire races (Germans, Palestinians, Poles) as much as they do families.
“All Ivanka Trump signs should be discarded.”
Off-price retailers like Marshalls and T.J. Maxx have always been a hotspot for the Ivanka Trump label — until now.
Last week, employees working at the TJX Companies, which includes T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, were told to not specifically feature Ivanka Trump products in displays, but rather to mix them into regular racks, and to toss signs for the brand in the garbage, according to a note obtained by the New York Times today.
“Effective immediately, please remove all Ivanka Trump merchandise from features and mix into the runs,” reads the note the Times got a hold of. “All Ivanka Trump signs should be discarded.”
A TJX spokesperson confirmed to Times that the note did go out internally.
“The communication was intended to instruct stores to mix this line of merchandise into our racks, not to remove it from the sales floor,” spokesperson Doreen Thompson wrote to the Times in an email. “We offer a rapidly changing selection of merchandise for our customers, and brands are featured based on a number of factors.”
When Racked reached out for comment, Thompson tells Racked that “we aim to offer a merchandise mix that gives our customers a choice in what they may want to purchase. At this time, we continue to offer this line of merchandise.” Thompson also says that “from time to time, we communicate with our stores about how to handle merchandise.”
An anonymous employee told the Times that she had never never been asked to do something like throw out a brand sign in the years she worked at the company.
Both Marshalls and TJ Maxx are owned by TJX, whose CEO is the Jew Ernie Herrman. The corporations executive board is crawling with these inbreds.
After Donald Trump called out Nordstrom’s politically motivated boycott of his extended family by name, it’s stock plummeted, but was able to recover through a consorted Jewish effort. This is a very typical way moneyed power manipulates the stock market as a way to incentivize pushing the unpopular party line. A white boycott of already struggling Nordstrom will be devastating nonetheless, as demonstrated last year when Trump’s call to stop buying from Macy’s led to the shutting of 100 stores.
But Jews, for all their faults, are willing to commit to these kamikaze attacks, because unlike white corporate CEOs, Jews put principle (their racial supremacy over non-Jews) over profit.
Lenin and Trotsky’s lack of restraint wound up galvanizing Gentile resistance so it has been revised, but the Jewish penchant for impetuous and savage desert vengeance remains in tact.
The only option they leave their hosts is to answer in kind.