Walmart To Create Innovative Nigger-Free Shopping Experience

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
August 20, 2018

Experts agree that Amazon’s rise over Wallmart is mainly due to people trying to avoid looking at niggers, fat people and other disgusting creatures.

Some naive economists believe that people will tend to always buy stuff for the cheapest possible price. That’s wrong. My personal view is that people are lazy as hell, and instead will buy stuff in whatever way is most convenient.

Most of the success of online shopping can be attributed to the fact that it’s easier than getting out of the house to go to a brick and mortar store.

“Ugh, I’m out of soap. I guess I’ll order some on Amazon. I can just wash next week when it arrives…”

But that’s not the whole story.

People also love the instant gratification of walking into a store and getting a shiny, useless item and walking out with it, which Amazon can’t provide.

So there’s another factor at play here – the n factor. And yes, the n stands for niggers. Walmart stores, in particular, are overrun with third world primitives and other disgusting people, making any trip to that store a grueling ordeal which normal White people loathe.

Walmart is painfully aware of this problem, and they’re working on it.

Gizmodo:

Retail giant Walmart has apparently concluded that the experience of visiting its massive retail stores can be kind of unpleasant and appears to be working on technology that would, uh, simulate a flashy version of that experience from the comfort of your couch.

The article doesn’t mention why visiting these stores is unpleasant. Well, let me show you, in case you’re from overseas.

Exhibit 1.

Exhibit 2.

Per a report in Bloomberg, Walmart has applied for patents concerning a truly bizarre “virtual reality showroom” involving headsets, “sensor-packed gloves,” simulated environments, and automated shipping. Yeah, it’s just as weird as it sounds. Bloomberg wrote:

The company has applied for two patents that detail a “virtual show room” and fulfillment system that would connect shoppers clad in VR headsets and sensor-packed gloves to a three-dimensional representation of a Walmart store. Customers could wander digital aisles from home and “grab” items, which would be immediately picked and shipped from a fully automated distribution center.

“Walmart knows that its stores are too big and unwieldy for people,” Zoe Leavitt, a managing analyst at patent researcher CB Insights, said.

They’re not too big and unwieldy. Americans love big and unwieldy stuff.

No, the problem lies somewhere else.

Exhibit 3.

Exhibit 4.

So they’ll just create a virtual Walmart, which people can visit using their Oculus Rift or whatever, and which will be meticulously picked clean of brown people, trannies, fat women with blue hair and homeless niggers.

So to defeat Amazon, a sprawling e-commerce giant that has become grotesquely profitable in part because it is ultra-convenient and efficient, one of Walmart’s potential plans is… A shopping system that requires expensive VR gear and virtual assets of Walmart products, all so that the user can experience some kind of nonsensical “sensory feedback” that may or may not be correlated to reality.

In theory, this seems intended to make shopping at Walmart just like that cool armory scene from The Matrix. But in practice this seems like an awful lot of unwieldy junk to deal with, especially considering Walmart is not exactly known for selling the kinds of things that would be really interesting to look at it in VR. On the other hand, this is probably the only way to shop at Walmart that looks even dumber to a third-party observer than helplessly wandering through its cavernous aisles looking for someone, anyone in a blue shirt.

Wow, these Gizmodo people sure are haters. Have they been to a irl Walmart in the past couple years?

I’m guessing no.

Who wouldn’t don a VR headset to avoid having to look at this kind of scene?

In reality, this does have potential. If Walmart comes up with their own, simplified VR kit and sells it at a heavy loss to encourage people to buy it, and if this kit can also play VR games and provides additional functionality, then it could catch on.

Hell, they could have “themed stores” where you’re shopping for underwear and peanut butter in the middle of the amazon forest, or while having to evade a Xenomorph aboard a giant spaceship shopping mart. That’d be pretty awesome tbh.

Damn. The dill pickle chips are at the end of that corridor, but there’s a xenomorph in the ducts…

But ultimately, this is just a cope. An easier, though less profitable way to deal with their issue would just to stop giving people mobility scooters and make their doors really, really narrow, so disgusting fat people can’t get in. They can start blazing classical music through the PA system to keep the Blacks away for good.

Bam. Now shopping at Walmart becomes a pleasant experience again.

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