Virginia: Three Lowe’s Managers Fired After Fulfilling Customer’s “Racist Request”
EDITOR’S NOTE: Our most fundamental right is to live in a society composed solely of our own people. But so long as we are in an unnatural, multiracial society, we should possess the right to associate — or not associate — with whomever, or whatever group, we wish. We should especially be able to decide who comes inside our homes. Lowe’s is acting like Soviet thought-police commissars in firing — and quite possibly ruining the lives of — these three ( ! ) managers who were just doing what a customer wanted, an act which harmed no one. If anyone has the name of these managers, pass them along. They need to hear from the National Alliance. We live under a corporate-government-financial tyranny in which we are not allowed to dissent from the Party line, on pain of losing our income and being made into social outcasts. Time to build a new consciousness.
FOLLOWING THE fulfillment of a racist request by a customer, three Lowe’s managers have been fired.
An African-American employee at the Danville Lowe’s was removed from an Aug. 3 delivery after a customer asked that her delivery be made exclusively by whites, according to the company. That request was honored, going against the company’s anti-discrimination policy.
“Under no circumstances should a discriminatory delivery request be honored because it’s inconsistent with our diversity and inclusion policy,” Cobb said.
A senior level executive visited the store last week to personally apologize on behalf of the company to the drivers involved in the delivery. Steve Salazar, Lowe’s corporate communications manager, wrote in an email that the store’s new manager had previously led another Lowe’s store.
“As soon as the incident was brought to our attention, we took quick and decisive action, and the managers who were responsible for the decision are no longer with the company,” Salazar wrote. “We want to make sure our drivers know they have our full support.”
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