Does anybody know if the CEO of Starbucks is still funding the Israeli Armed Forces?

In the late 90s, the CEO of Starbucks was given an Israeli award for funding the Armed Forces. The funds were partly responsible for the deaths of Palestinian Women and Children. Starbucks, today are paying so little to the Ethiopian Coffee Farmers that farmers cannot afford medicine or educate their children. ... show more In the late 90s, the CEO of Starbucks was given an Israeli award for funding the Armed Forces. The funds were partly responsible for the deaths of Palestinian Women and Children. Starbucks, today are paying so little to the Ethiopian Coffee Farmers that farmers cannot afford medicine or educate their children. Also, the farmers cannot afford to save money in case of crop failure (drought). Should there be a drought, many farmers and their families will die from disease and hunger. Basically, if anybody buys a Starbucks coffee, they are condoning the murder of innocent women and children. Starbucks pay 70p ($1.40) per kilo for coffee and are now selling it in UK supermarkets for as much as £16 ( $32) per kilo. In their coffee shops, one kilo of coffee will generate at least £100+. Is this fair? Should Governments regulate their profit margins? and should Starbucks pay the farmers at least double for the coffee. Should the CEO face criminal charges for funding Arms (Israel)?
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