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Racism and high theft items in retail stores
« on: March 18, 2023, 06:08:22 PM »
This video is 4 years old, but it's still relevant today. I still see people accusing Walmart of racism for locking up makeup products for people of color. Walmart doesn't decide what products to lock up in glass cases based on the skin color of the buyer, they decide what products to lock up based on the number of items lost to theft. If you see beauty products locked in glass cases it's because they are a high theft item.

The Black and Latino communities have a problem with crime, but it's never addressed because the ruling class blames every problem on White racism. From murder and theft to poor academic performance, the ruling class always try's to connect it to White racism. We live in a society with dishonest leaders intent on creating as much division as they can, but the truth is always there.

Retail businesses can't perform by ignoring real problems. A business must exist in reality, and the reality is more Black Americans, than any other group, care less about the consequences of theft, and are willing to just take what they want. Businesses must protect their products. People can scream racism and the business may fold to their demands, but at some point screaming lies will stop working. Businesses are affected by shop lifting and looting and can't exist by ignoring it.

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