Skip to comments.China's Censorship Is Creeping Into America, Blizzard And NBA Bend The Knee To Communist China
Posted on 10/09/2019 1:37:40 PM PDT by ThinkingBuddha
China's Censorship Is Creeping Into America, Blizzard And NBA Bend The Knee To Communist China. The big story trending today is that Blizzard, the company behind Hearthstone, has suspended a player and rescinded prize money over his support for the ongoing Hong Kong protests.
This comes in the wake of the South Park episode mocking American companies for caving to the censorship demands of China. The news sparked outrage that Americans would have to live under the censorship of China due to market pressure with Marco Rubio issuing a statement stating just that. China uses market influence to exert cultural pressure onto other countries.
Meanwhile protesters in Hong Kong are being seriously injured as they demand free speech and sovereign rights, opposing the will of Communist China.
As Trump's trade war escalates and companies are forced to choose sides. could all of this be the tipping point toward full scale conflict between the US and China?
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They bend the knee to insult Americans then kowtow to honor the Chinese. Methinks they should self-deport.
If they had any guts, the NBA would have immediately secured a contract with Taiwan.
Where is Kaepernik... next the NFL.
China is just the beginning.
Any U.S. news reports on Ukraine’s announcement that Uncle Joe Biden received $900,000 in payments?
Not that I’ve seen.
Just as Congress enacts anti-discrimination laws with specific targets, so they should be extended.
Congress could pass a law saying that no employer, no business relationship can discriminate against those who publicly exercise their freeedom of speech in regards to a totalitarian foreign society.
Hey. Ive got it. Perhaps we can get the President to read them the riot act. Tell them not to interfere in our internal affairs, our politics, sports, media, elections. Damn Red Chinks!
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