Boycott good hard, sports stars no one take a stand, the Communist Party of China total body silence; exposure fans why they want to tear Li Ning; Hugo Boss amazing reversal

Boycott so hard, Nike sponsors half of China’s sports world, soccer newspaper low-profile condemnation and withdrawal

The picture shows the logo of a Nike store in Beijing.

The Chinese Communist Party recently instigated a boycott of international apparel brands, but it is said that it is difficult to make substantive moves. The brands’ business chains are deeply intertwined with China, and many of their partners are also the Communist Party’s “national team”.

On the morning of the 27th, the official microblogging site of the Football Daily once posted that the CFA and the preparatory group of the professional league had held an “urgent internal meeting” to express “condemnation” of Nike’s “wrongdoing” in the selection of cotton materials. The article stated that the CFA and the professional league preparatory group held an “urgent internal meeting” to express their “condemnation” of Nike’s “wrongdoing” in the selection of cotton materials. However, the report was quietly withdrawn soon after it was issued. The CFA has resumed its silence.

Nike has been sponsoring Chinese sports for a long Time, and the Chinese Communist Party will face huge compensation if it unilaterally terminates the contract. “Patriotic netizens have asked athletes to refuse to wear Nike jerseys and shoes, but no response has been forthcoming.

The Central News Agency reported that in addition to its huge sponsorship, Nike also has huge basketball resources. The Chinese basketball team has to train players or communicate with the NBA with the help of Nike.

In addition, most of China’s popular professional basketball and professional soccer stars are endorsed by Nike. on March 26th CBA Liaoning vs Jilin, Chinese netizens were fixated on Liaoning’s main star Guo Allen to see if he would refuse to wear Nike sneakers to make a statement, but as a result, Guo Allen did not appear from beginning to end, which sparked a debate after the game.

Then again, on January 8, 2020, Nike and China Athletics Association early renewal of 12-year contract, the latter so far also did not take a stand on the Xinjiang cotton incident.

The picture is the January 12, 2020 CBA All-Star Game Liaoning team star Guo Allen (left 1) wearing Nike sneakers.

In addition, the 26th netease number signed author “Li Dongyang” article, Nike signed a number of athletes, including Yi Jianlian, Guo Allen. Adidas and the “pride of China” women’s volleyball team have close cooperation.

The contract between the Chinese Football Association and Nike is up to 12 years and 1 billion…

March 27 news, according to “Football News” news, since the outbreak of the Xinjiang cotton incident, the Chinese Football Association and the professional league preparatory group held an emergency internal meeting, expressed condemnation of Nike.

However, both the Chinese Super League and the national team have contracts with Nike for a longer time frame.

Among them, Nike signed a 10-year contract with CSL in 2009, and renewed the contract with CSL for another 10 years in 2018. According to this time, the contract between CSL and Nike expires in 2028.

The China team signed a 12-year, $1 billion contract with Nike in 2015, and according to the time plan, this contract for the national team is to last until the end of 2026.

Replacing Nike is still early! Li Ning sneakers were exposed to harm many athletes

After the outbreak of the Xinjiang cotton incident, the mainland set off a wave of boycott of overseas brands, but a NetEase article asks, after the boycott, the national brand is not necessarily reliable?

The answer is: not necessarily.

The article said, for example, Li Ning’s badminton shoes, it is not recommended to buy to wear. There is even a netizen revealed that many badminton players, it is because of wearing Li Ning’s badminton shoes, resulting in a lot of injuries.

According to this netizen criticism: sincere fans and fans of the national badminton, there is no one who does not want to tear Li Ning to shreds.

Li Ning in these years has been because of badminton shoes design is not reasonable, so that three singles big starter injury broken feet or serious slip and fall.

Among the men’s singles No. 1 Shi Yuqi, ligament tears recuperate for a small half year, missing many important matches including the World Championships.

Women’s singles No. 1 Chen Yufei, broke her foot and retired from high-level matches, losing a lot of points and bonuses.

Women’s singles No. 2 He Bingjiao, in the World Championships because of a slippery shoe heavy fall, the second half of the arm afraid to power.

Li Ning itself originally did not have badminton business, the acquisition of domestic badminton brand Kaisheng after the direct use of Kaisheng technology and production lines, transformed into Li Ning badminton.

The article says that Li Ning’s only and professional brand to align only the price. He is expensive does not mean he is more professional, you want to support the domestic sports brand, there are a hundred kinds of the same level of cost-effective choice.

China grabbed all the new shoes Nike shares soared Chinese stocks were slaughtered

Internationally renowned brands such as H&M, Nike and adidas were confronted by Chinese netizens for refusing to use cotton from Xinjiang, and Nike was also “burned by patriotic netizens”.

Free finance reports, even so, the 26th Nike open reservation to buy new sports shoes, but immediately by the Chinese people to grab all, and make Nike’s share price also went up, Friday rose 3.38%; On the contrary, listed in the U.S. Chinese stocks are killing sound rumbling, Baidu, Tencent Music intraday fell up to 10%, Education stocks “with who learns “intraday even heavy fall of more than 50%.

A few days ago because of the Xinjiang cotton incident was boycotted Nike also stopped falling and rose 3.38%, Intel, Cisco and other technology stocks synchronized jumped more than 4%.

Italian brand Benetton and OVS to defend human rights refused to use Xinjiang cotton

The picture shows the Benetton brand mall.

The Chinese Communist Party has been accused of forcing Xinjiang Uyghurs to produce cotton in an inhumane manner. Italian national brands Benetton and OVS have posted announcements on their official websites, based on the suspicion that Xinjiang cotton is a violation of human rights and forced labor, and their products will no longer use Xinjiang cotton.

Central News Agency, citing the Italian bishops’ conference official newspaper Futuroscope (Avvenire) reported that OVS is Italy’s largest ready-to-wear retailer, accounting for 5% of the Italian national ready-to-wear retail market, with points of sale in 35 countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America, with up to more than 1,000 retail stores worldwide.

OVS announced on its website that it was suspending all business dealings with Xinjiang cotton, calling on the Chinese Communist government and related Chinese companies to immediately stop persecuting the human rights of Xinjiang’s Uyghurs and stop the forced labor of Xinjiang’s Uyghurs.

Another announcement to suspend the use of Xinjiang cotton is the well-known Italian brand Benetton (Benetton), the brand has more than 5,000 stores worldwide. The announcement said that cotton produced in Xinjiang and Uzbekistan, China, has been accused of abusive child labor and forced labor situations, so all Benetton products will not use cotton from these regions.

Hugo Boss (Hugo Boss) issued an official statement to withdraw its earlier statement in support of Xinjiang cotton

The picture shows the outside of a Hugo Boss store in Chengdu, China.

An official statement sent to foreign media on Friday (March 26) by a spokesman from the headquarters of German clothing brand Hugo Boss said they “have not purchased any products directly from Xinjiang so far.

We are committed to respecting human rights, recognizing the fundamental values of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the core conventions of the International Labor Organization, and will not tolerate any form of forced or compulsory labor,” the new statement said, adding that these standards apply to Hugo Boss’ global suppliers and are subject to inspection.

Hugo Boss’ official Communist Party of China Weibo account subsequently removed its statement as early as Thursday (25) – that it would continue to purchase and support Xinjiang cotton – and included an official Chinese and English statement from its headquarters.

Chinese domestic public opinion has accused Hugo Boss of being two-faced, and some netizens have vowed to boycott the brand.

Since Swedish clothing brand H&M was rehashed by the Chinese Communist Youth League microblogging account last year’s rejection statement on Xinjiang cotton, sparking a wave of boycotts, a series of international brands such as Nike, Adidas and Burberry have been involved.

Hugo Boss China on Thursday (March 25) in the first time after the incident, chose to voice their support for Xinjiang cotton on Weibo.

Rumor has it that China’s star athletes are waiting for a directive from the Communist Party’s General Sports Council

After facing Nike and other brands involved in the boycott wind, many showbiz stars were quick to say goodbye to foreign brands, but few sports stars came out to take a stand.

According to domestic Chinese media, unlike the entertainment industry, such decisions need to be made by the basketball and soccer associations and must first be approved by the big brother behind them: the Communist Party’s State General Administration of Sports.

You think it’s just a pair of shoes and an endorsement, but there are so many things to deal with behind the scenes,” said Mai Suifeng, a reporter for the Basketball Herald. It’s not realistic to expect individuals to come forward and take on everything, it’s better to be more forgiving to the players involved, everyone is waiting for the attitude of their superiors.”

Expert: Launching a mass boycott is the CCP’s new continuing revolution

Yokogawa, an expert in China studies, said in the latest episode of “Yokogawa Live” that boycotting companies is generally the behavior of individual consumers, while large-scale collective boycotts often have the possibility of striking the economy and threatening the government; unlike the Chinese Communist Party, which has a regular, once-in-a-while boycott against foreign countries or companies.

To be precise, Yokogawa said, the CCP’s initiation or manipulation of mass boycotts of foreign brands is just a new form of “continuing revolution.

“The retaliation between countries does not feel relieved, it does not hurt the other side, it is not reciprocal, because other people’s parliamentarians and scholars do not have savings and mansions in China, and they do not need visas to go to China. Hard gnawing can not hit the soft bar, the country to the company, the package win not lose. This is what the Chinese Communist Party thinks.”

Yokogawa also compared the difference between Chinese boycotts and foreign boycotts. For example: the yellow economic circle in Hong Kong, the boycott is against individuals who cause harm to Hong Kong people, such as the boycott of Hong Kong mooncake vendor Maxim’s Group, because its owner, Wu Shuqing, is a member of the Chinese Communist Party’s Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), supports sending China, and also goes to the United Nations to defend and conduct international public relations for the Hong Kong government and the Chinese Communist Party, supporting the same people.

There is also the boycott and support from the U.S. The boycott is of big companies that are fake news and openly anti-Trump, such as CNN; the support is of companies that are being suppressed because of their support for Trump, such as Goya Foods (GOYA) and My Pillow, all of which are spontaneous and directly related to themselves.

Yokogawa said, “But the great feature of the Chinese boycott is that it has nothing to do with itself, even if it hurts its own interests.”

He added that only the American leftist boycott is similar to China’s. For example, my pillow was threatened by some leftist organizations to be taken off the shelves of chain stores in the name of consumers.

The “Xinjiang cotton” incident is a hidden evil in the Communist prison system’s slave labor products

The Chinese Communist Party launched a “boycott of foreign goods” behind, how much evil is hidden?

According to, from 1999 to the present, when the CCP persecuted Falun Gong, the CCP’s prison and reeducation-through-labor system was at its most frenzied in producing “slave labor” products. The “slave labor” laborers ranged from 16 to 70 years old and had to work 12 to 19 hours a day, and if they failed to meet the prison’s requirements, they had to work overtime. From 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., they had only 10 minutes to eat at noon and were not paid. If you do not complete your task, you will be punished by standing, scolded, not allowed to buy daily necessities, and punished to do toilet hygiene. If they refuse to work as slaves, they will be tortured by the CCP.

The prison system is a well-known export unit, basically no cost, tax-free labor costs, some products are free raw materials, such as funeral Home garbage cloth will be transported to the prison, so that the “slave labor” into labor gloves to sell money.

The Chinese Communist Party continues to incite people to boycott foreign goods because of the “Xinjiang cotton” incident. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Communist Party of China (MFA) has released the philosophical words of the Party’s cultural struggle to confuse the public: “Eat Chinese rice, smash Chinese bowls” and “Chinese people don’t eat this”. According to the Chinese General Administration of Customs, China’s total exports in 2020 will be 17.93 trillion yuan, with 7.4% coming from the textile industry.

If foreign countries boycott China’s cotton exports, it could cost China hundreds of billions of dollars in foreign exchange each year,” said Mr. Yu, a scholar at Xinjiang Agricultural University. The indirect loss to the employment of workers in cotton processing and textile enterprises in Xinjiang region is even more immeasurable.

The Chinese Communist Party’s boycott of brand-name foreign enterprises will eventually lift a stone and smash its own feet. Every link in the industrial chain behind each leading foreign enterprise is linked to the Chinese Communist Party’s enterprises, and the Chinese Communist Party has done something detrimental to itself.

Taiwan artistes propagandize for the Chinese Communist Party, Su calls on Hong Kong as a mirror to fight against foreign enemies

The Republic of China Executive President Su Tseng-chang 26 to the Legislative Yuan will be prepared for questioning, interviewed before the meeting was asked to Ouyang Nana and other Taiwanese artists for the Chinese Communist Party propaganda support Xinjiang cotton. Su said he hoped that the public to Hong Kong as a mirror, so as not to lose the democratic freedom of Taiwan, and called on everyone to unite to fight the foreign enemy.

Su said that the Chinese Communist Party’s disrespect for human rights, the world is looking at. In fact, Taiwanese should know best that Taiwanese do not want to live the kind of Life like Hong Kong losing its democracy and freedom and being pressurized step by step by the Chinese Communist Party. “Fortunately, we have awakened early, Taiwan needs everyone to unite together to fight against foreign enemies is.”

Sanctions against cotton in Xinjiang first originated in the U.S. Trump (Trump) administration in response to human rights abuses committed by the Chinese Communist authorities against the Uighur people in Xinjiang. Both numerous private reports and official reports indicate that the CCP authorities have increased their crackdown on the Uighur minority in the Xinjiang region over the years, including: mass incarceration of approximately one million people, forced re-education programs, highly invasive surveillance, religious repression, forced sterilization of women, and forced labor.