Domino’s beautifully pushes back on cancel culture mob


In 2012, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted how much she liked Domino’s pizza. Domino’s was naturally chuffed with such a positive review and replied its appreciation at the feedback.

Now the unhinged loony cancel culture went to guns on Domino’s associating itself with aligning itself with McEnany.

Even though 2,775 days have elapsed since that tweet, Trump haters went on the attack.

You just killed your brand. #ETTD,” –  Rick Wilson

Well, last night was the last Dominoes (sic) pizza I’ll ever order” – Brett Dallinger


Domino’s replied to its brand being killed with, “Welp. It’s unfortunate that thanking a customer for a compliment back in 2012 would be viewed as political. Guess that’s 2020 for ya.

This is the way you respond to such stupidity. Colonial Brewing Co, are you listening?



Coming for the other Colonials?

Now that the leftist mobs have gone after the Colonial Brewing Co for its name, how will it deal with an Indian restaurant in Neutral Bay that is named ‘The Colonial‘?

(We have been. The food is fantastic.)

Will it be deemed as triggering or will the fact it is run by Indians give them a free pass from the hypocritical apparatchiks? Where do they draw the line if those who were supposedly oppressed by Her Majesty freely choose to use the name to depict a time period for the theme of a restaurant?

Don’t laugh because the PR department at Colonial First State must be frantically zoom meeting to discuss being the next heretic in line. Should it be targeted for use of the name when it promotes superannuation products? Will it need to issue a public apology stating it doesn’t condone violence and ledge support for BLM? Do any of its customers really care about anything more than returns for their retirement and portfolio mix? Had they given it a second’s thought they’d have already shifted that super money to another fund.

Perhaps the Commonwealth Bank should consider a name change as surely someone can make an argument that the name idolizes all that was bad about the British empire and its history of subjugation and oppression of minorities over the centuries.

The madness won’t stop until we push back.

Open Letter to Colonial Brewing Co

Dear Mr. Dowd,

Please stand up and push back against these wowsers who have confected outrage against your brand. No apology is required when you’re just selling beer.

We seriously doubt that any of your staff are racist or insensitive to injustice. So why have you found it necessary to buckle to the woke mob?

No one of sound mind and body in Australia equates your boutique beer brand to our colonial past or finds the slightest bit of offence. It is unlikely any customers gave it a thought.

The Aussie public is growing tired of this nonsense. As you know Australia and beer are synonymous with our culture.

Why not name the bottle shops which folded to a tiny minority and push your brand online? We don’t support secondary boycotts but these bottle-o’s should be proud to publicly advertise their cowardly decisions. Let individuals decide whether they continue shopping there or not.

We encourage you to use the free publicity surrounding this joke of a protest and allow the beer drinking public to decide if they’ll support you. We guarantee you they will.

We have just bought your Pale Ale and Kolsch Draught. They are great beers. We will gladly buy a case of your beer on a repeat basis should you sell it online because we want to support your right to call your beer brand what you like.

You have openly said, “the Morris Family Foundationhave a significant focus on projects to reduce inequality, in particular projects working with First Nations people in regional areas, including a dedicated project in Townsville, Queensland.

Even more reason why saying sorry is not required. On the contrary, you are owed an apology from these fringe mobs who have nothing better to do than whinge and moan about things that don’t have any relation to them whatsoever.

Perhaps you should consider the words of Thomas Sowell who said,

Activism is a way for useless people to feel important, even if the consequences of their activism are counterproductive for those they claim to be helping and damaging to the fabric of society as a whole.

So we implore you to stand up and throw two fingers up at the wowsers. Australia is right behind you.


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