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(04-27-2017 06:13 PM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  
(04-27-2017 06:05 PM)Foolsgo1d Wrote:  Calling it now, Red Bull is going to be hit with the Nazi label soon enough and guys like Richard Branson will step away from the brand.

They are in many extreme sports too so it will be interesting to see the Nazi label slung at them.

Currently it reached barely local news in Austria. It has not been picked up by the international media.

The overwhelming majority of the world in Asia, South America, Africa, FSU does not care, but it would impact the West. We will see whether it will cost him.

The narrative for them hasn't been concoted yet but time will tell. They are a big, well known brand.
04-28-2017 03:19 AM
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The Brand was actually pretty small and faced enormous competition, but he made it work since he is a former marketing manager. He is now worth some 15 bio. $ - just some 10 years ago it was merely 4 bio. $.

I forgot that Red Bull has so much commercial activity out there that the media will be very careful with him. He can have his local Breitbart site, Forbes can have his where he opposes some of the globalist agenda. The very worst thing he can do is sway the Austrian and German elections somehow. Austria is already 50% shitlordistan and utterly opposed to the migrant bullshit.

As for the brand itself - I remember when Red Bull announced the Red Bull Cola. It was instantly a success, though they did not roll it out worldwide. It had the coke taste coupled with higher caffeine content and some Red Bull taste as well. Coca Cola reacted very badly to this. They started to very aggressively market their Burn energy drink in the Red Bull core market. And by aggressively I mean that they went overboard and at a massive loss in order to hurt Red Bull. I think that it might have cost them hundreds of millions if not billions to push their far less popular energy drink onto night clubs, put up vending machines and buy business exclusivity agreements. Back then I did not know that it had nothing to do with business, I thought that they were actually making money off it. But only later it came out that it was a huge loss to them - they only wanted Red Bull to stop with the cola sales. They really considered Red Bull a powerful enough brand to become a viable Pepsi/Coca Cola competition. Keep in mind that there are thousands of local cola brands in the world, but it is Red Bull that was viewed as a real potential rival. They don't care about the others.

We will see what happens, but it seems to me that the international media will simply ignore him and this story won't get much publicity aside from the local and alternative sites. Maybe someone will come in touch with him and convince him to not do this.
04-28-2017 03:33 AM
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(04-27-2017 04:18 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  If this happens, I'll start buying a 6pack of Red Bull a week.

I'm not going to drink the nasty shit, but I'll buy it all the same.

Fuck Red Bull.


04-28-2017 03:41 AM
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Thai police seek arrest warrant for Red Bull heir after five years

http://archive.is/B0T47

Many have questioned why the police have not attempted to arrest Mr Yoovidhaya earlier to face charges.

Hur durr, maybe because he was a good little boy and not getting all uppity like?

Mr Yoovidhaya was initially arrested shortly after the incident and later let go.

5 years later, they got their man - funny that eh?

Let this be a lesson to you all! Stick your head above the parapet, get it shot off.

I know Zel is going to savour this one, being a connoisseur of this type of power-play. Whaddya think Mr. corpion - pure coincidence n'est-ce pas?

Wonder how they will teach the Austrian a lesson. Will he get Jorg Haidered like his fellow countryman?
04-28-2017 04:17 AM
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The Thai "Red Bull heir" has nothing to do with Mateschitz. The Austrian bought the worldwide franchise rights of Red Bull for the entire world aside from Thailand.


That is his son:

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The Thai family has zero to do with Mateschitz, they just came up with the original drink in Thailand, that was renamed and marketed by the billionaire.

Funny fact - he was 43, when he immediately quit the job and started Red Bull out of his garage. He was making six figures as a marketing manager, but he certainly was not rich. The son to the right will inherit everything and by the looks of it he is doing fine, staying completely out of the public view. Red Pill shitlords generally are good fathers (if they are not Dark Triad), so I don't expect anything drastic coming from his son.
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04-28-2017 04:33 AM
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Some other right-wing sites I've found

trends.gab.com
bonginoreport.com
thegatewaypundit.com
mediaite.com
12-07-2019 05:50 PM
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(12-07-2019 05:50 PM)Lovinglife Wrote:  Some other right-wing sites I've found

trends.gab.com
bonginoreport.com
thegatewaypundit.com
mediaite.com
TruNews calls it as they say it
https://www.trunews.com/stream/jew-coup-...t-lynching

"Some people don't think it be like it is but it do".
12-07-2019 07:15 PM
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I suspect it will be as 'right wing' as other establishment stooges like Geert wilders, Kirk and co

Lots of war on Islamic terror sentiment, Israel is our greatest ally, civic nationalism and assimilation yada yadda yadda

(09-19-2019 04:19 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  You cannot win playing in the enemy's house by the enemy's rules with the enemy acting as referee.
12-07-2019 07:35 PM
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