Skip to comments.Study: Nike, Apple, BMW Among 83 Brands Using Chinese Muslim Slave Labor
Posted on 07/02/2020 11:28:17 PM PDT by Beowulf9
A report published Sunday by an Australian think tank revealed that as many as 83 internationally known brands including Nike, BMW, Apple, Sony, Google, Lacoste, and Nintendo have active ties to factories where evidence suggests the Communist Party has shipped Uyghur Muslims to engage in forced labor.
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Regrettably, that headline is not accurate. Uighurs are not Chinese, but Turkic.
The people who could be termed actual “Chinese Muslims” are the Hui people, who are ethnically Han Chinese. And the CCP does not seem to bother them too much, or as much as the Sinkiang Uighurs.
Keep movin’, movin’, movin’
Though they’re disapprovin’
Keep them dogies movin’, rawhide!!!!
Don’t try to understand ‘em
Just rope ‘em, throw, and brand ‘em
Soon we’ll be livin’ high and wide...
Well, they needed to replace North Korean workers after President Trump signed an executive order banning imports of any Chinese products made with North Korean labor. That messed up Samsung big-time where their factories in China employed many North Koreans.
Wow! Who would have thought that these filthy rich globalist mega companies were in kahoots with China using slave labor and spreading covid to advance their anti-American agenda.
And all around us, African Americans wearing hair weaves made of hair taken from Chinese political prisoners, designer clothes and shoes made in sweatshops, well-fed and comfortable, are screaming at us about injustices from 150 years ago, while all their luxuries are the result of injustices RIGHT NOW, which they care absolutely nothing about.
We can do our part to help America and Trump, BOYCOTT, stop purchasing crap from china, corporations that bend the knee and financially support domestic terrorists and violence over law enforcement, the entertainment industry and thier film and music products. Let the 13 percent they support support them. See how fast they change thier tune. But dont be so fast to forgive them! Let them suffer for thier unloyalty to us
The were born inside the statutory limits of CCP China, so legally they are Chinese nationals of Turkic/Uighur descent.
“American” only defines national status. “Chinese” defines both an ethnic status, as well as a national status.
The headline is correct, based upon national status.
This explains Apple bldgs and suicide nets.
As nationals, born in China = Chinese citizen.
Chinese. Of Turkic/Uigher ethnic origin.
Not a hard concept.
In the same way a person with 2 Somali parents born in Canada is Canadian.
So Arab Mahometans who hold Chinese citizenship would be “Chinese Muslims” too? Only according to such a pedantic definition as that.
If they were born in China and suffer under Chinese legal control, yes, by that definition, they are Chinese.
Ditto the child of Somalis born in Canada, he his legally Canadian.
It’s the Chicom government making the distinction by who they target. The Hui are not subjected to this treatment; they are more “Chinese Muslim” than Uighurs are, all legalese aside.
“And all around us, African Americans wearing hair weaves made of hair taken from Chinese political prisoners, designer clothes and shoes made in sweatshops, well-fed and comfortable, are screaming at us about injustices from 150 years ago, while all their luxuries are the result of injustices RIGHT NOW, which they care absolutely nothing about.”
7 posted on 7/3/2020, 3:17:16 AM by A_perfect_lady (The greatest wealth is to live content with little. -Plato)
Nike is one of those beloved BLM companies, you described above!
I know. They pay off the screamers, and the global slave trade goes on interrupted.
Hey Tim Cook! You are an damn hypocrite. Is that why you donate to Marxist causes you POS!
People in the stands unfurling “SAVE THE UIGURS” banners.
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