July 18, 2006, - 11:37 am
By Debbie Schlussel
It’s bad enough that Wal-Mart repeatedly pressures contractors to hire illegal aliens (and ICE–Immigration & Customs Enforcement–allows the retailer to get away with it). And that Wal-Mart hired Andrew Young–racist, Carter appointee, and terror-sympathizer extraordinaire–to be a spokesperson.
Now, Wal-Mart has hired ex-nun Harriet Hentges, formerly a top official of the U.S. Institute for Peace (USIP) to serve in a new psycho-babble executive position. (Before that, she was with the lefty old cat-lady League of Women Voters.) Hentges will be the new Wal-Mart Senior Director of Stakeholder Engagement. The New-Age crowd must be beaming at the title of this new gobbledy-gook job.
At the tax-funded (to the tune of millions) USIP, Hentges was in charge of mediating conflicts in Iraq and the Balkans. Yup, she was so successful. She also organized all kinds of “dialogue” and “conferences for understanding” with Islamofascists and other similar extremists.
At one of those confabs, the claim that Islam elevates the status of women was a theme. Well, if elevate means going up to the 72-dark-eyed re-virginized, after you’ve been honor-killed or forced to commit honor suicide, maybe they have a point. Ditto for serving as a female homicide bomber. You get to be elevated all the way through the glass ceiling in the explosion. Palestinian and Iraqi terror supporters were her buddies of choice.
Hentges was also in charge of making peace in Bosnia–which under her “leadership” at USIP became infested with Al-Qaeda operatives and extremists. And contrary to U.S. policy, she associated with groups that recognized the existence of that non-existent country: “Palestine.” And Hentges worked with Islamo-apologist Anthony Zinni to bring peace to the Philipppines and end the MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front). Not very successful at that, either.
In her new job, Hentges will help develop Wal-Mart’s policies on the environment, health care, and energy use, and mediate with groups who’ve criticized how Wal-mart treats the environment and workers.
Mediate? Why would a retail chain mediate with it’s enemies. Well, if it hired Hentges, it’s consistent with her absurd thinking at the USIP: let’s understand the enemy and sympathize with them against ourselves, until certain death and destruction. With her on the payroll, watch for Wal-Mart’s “falling prices” to rise.
Fortunately, she’s now only in charge of doing this with Wal-mart’s global toilet paper on aisle 9, instead of U.S. foreign policy.
Want to help illegal alien employers and apologists for terror supporters? Then, Wal-Mart is your store.
If not, shop elsewhere for your Chinese slave-labor produced goods.
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