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Virtue signaling: Western companies happy to cut ties with Russia, but silent on Uyghur genocide

Tampa Free Press: 'Western businesses have exited Russia in droves since the country’s invasion of Ukraine, often citing humanitarian reasons as justification — yet many continue to maintain healthy relationships with the genocidal, bioterroristic Communists occupying China.'

The latest report titled “Uyghurs For Sale”, from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, reveals a vast network of companies complicit in the mass detention of Uighurs and other Turkic people. ASPI stated that it had found “27 factories in 9 Chinese provinces that are using Uyghur labor transferred from Xinjiang since 2017. Those factories claim to be part of the supply chain of 83 well-known global brands.”

The Fair Labor Association has also written a statement calling to an end of all forced labor in East Turkestan: “The Fair Labor Association (FLA) is deeply troubled by credible reports of forced labor and other violations of fundamental human rights in the Xinjiang region of China. We call for an immediate end to these violations and pledge to work collaboratively with governments, civil society, unions, and multilateral organizations to achieve this goal.”

Here are some of the 83 brands listed in the report as being connected to those factories using forced labor.

  • Abercrombie & Fitch, Acer

  • Adidas

  • Alstom

  • BAIC Motor

  • BMW

  • Bombardier

  • Bosch

  • BYD

  • Calvin Klein

  • Candy Carter’s

  • Cerruti 1881

  • Changan Automobile

  • Cisco

  • CRRC

  • Electrolux

  • Fila, Founder Group

  • GAC Group (automobiles)

  • Gap

  • Geely Auto

  • General Motors

  • Goertek

  • H&M

  • Haier

  • Hart Schaffner Marx

  • Jack & Jones

  • Jaguar

  • Japan Display Inc.

  • L.L.Bean

  • Lacoste

  • Land Rover

  • Li-Ning Mayor

  • Mercedes-Benz

  • MG

  • Mitsubishi

  • Nike

  • The North Face

  • Polo Ralph Lauren

  • Puma

  • Roewe

  • SAIC Motor

  • Skechers

  • SGMW

  • Skechers

  • Tommy Hilfiger

  • Uniqlo

  • Victoria’s Secret

  • Volkswagen

  • Zara

  • Zegna

Fortune 500 companies operating in and amongst the concentration camps and slave sites:

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