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Social Justice? Nope! Hypocricy. Coke, Nike, and Pro-Black Lives Matter Corps are Using Slave Labor


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A factory making shoes for Nike was "equipped with watchtowers, barbed-wire fences and police guard boxes." Nike Shox were discovered being made in another factory by slave laborers shipped far from home to produce shoes for the sportswear giant. Too far for them to run away. “We can walk around, but we can’t go back,” one worker said. The same company that holds up Colin Kaepernick, a millionaire anti-American activist, as an icon of social justice, also profits from an alleged slave labor facility that moved to be closer to “the region’s cotton fields”. The millionaire victims of imaginary racism that Nike wants us to care about are on their billboards while modern day slaves still toil in the cotton fields because their lives don’t matter.

Kraft-Heinz’s CEO Miguel Patricio had issued a hysterical rant about “systemic racism against African-Americans”. "We at Kraft Heinz say BLACK LIVES MATTER," Patrico declared. "This week, we are talking with employees about one of our new Values, We demand diversity." But how exactly will Heinz-Kraft's promise to expand "supplier diversity guidelines" play out in the tomato fields of Xinyang and its slave labor forces? Heinz-Kraft has been steadily cutting American jobs and outsourcing them abroad to reward the greed of big investors like Democrat donor Warren Buffett. Slave labor is the cheapest labor of them all. As China dominates tomato processing, all the social justice promises are obvious lies. The reality is toiling in the fields, men, women, and children, to do the hard work while execs preach social justice.

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