Using the consumers, to FIGHT the wars here! It’s, going to, work! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The Swedish clothing brand, H&M made the statement of “not using the cotton from Xinjiang”, it’d caused the criticisms of the online community in China, and the brand was, pulled off the shelves by the demands of the public. The brands affected major names such as NIKE, and ADIDAS, which refused to use the cotton from that area of China, causing the stock prices to drop, and a lot of the performers from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan too, terminated the spokesperson contracts. Although the diplomatic department of China fought back the claims of the western accusations of “forced laborers”, the prime minister, Lee headed over to the NIKE fabric factories, to attempt to smooth things over with the enterprise which set up factories in China. This move, caused the tug of war between politics, consumerism, and nationalism, to slowly, lose heat.
The statement from H&M on not using the cotton from Xinjiang came last March, and yet, the social media in China only started attacking it right now, the timing is, odd, and interesting to consider. And looking at it closer, the reason may be that the U.S. is currently trying to blockade China with the nations of European Union, while the Chinese government threw that first punch, using the online community, as well as the businesses, to send out that warning signal to the European Union. No matter, because the Chinese market already became a sales spot of American and European name brands already, the international enterprises in speaking FOR human rights, it might, elevate the moral statuses, but it may, risk the loss of markets. This time, Communist China used its huge consumer power, to rebut the accusation the western world made toward the cottons manufactured in Xinjiang, clearly, worked way better, than going head on in diplomacy, and with this, some of the international enterprises, drew back their, original, statements.
Getting to the root of the matter, the international brand’s entered into this “insult of Asians” because of BCI. Started in March of last year, the cotton produced by the region in China stopped getting certified by the organization; by last September, BCI joined in the American legislature ban of the cottons from Xinjiang, with other members of the BCI following suit. But the representative of BCI in Shanghai made a recent statement, clarified, that the report they’d sent to their headquarters stated that “there was NO force labors in Xinjiang”. While the media of China accused, that BCI’s primary funding came from the international development agency of the U.S. but no matter what the truth may be, this chaotic war had, begun.
And so, what this worlds down to is still, POLITICS! The consumers are what makes the world goes around, and with 13.41 billion in population, you GET, how HUGE this market is, right??? And so, if all citizens of China stopped buying up American, or European brands, how much it would, impact the economies, that’s why, this is the newest sort of, WARFARE, way better than those atomic bombs they’d used in the World Wars in the past, way more effective than your, “regular”, chemical warfare too, just MAKE a group of people STOP buying the manufactured good from another country, then, watch that country’s economics, CRASH!!!