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Former Nike factory worker shares story of abusive working conditions

Hyun Soo Lee | The Daily Collegian Mar 21, 2016
https://www.collegian.psu.edu/news/campu...86843.html













More proof that no one will care about this is a year or two

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It's not funny, but when you think about how dependent the world has become on the Socialist Communist Red Chinese labor market, it is astounding.
On one hand Communism is terrible - the people suffer and only the ruling class can actually live like human beings. On the other, we promote and support it by sending all of our manufacturing there and getting China to purchase US debt to keep the nation going.
America is now dependent on Communist China.
Like it or not.
Op, that's at least 7 threads today, we would like to keep it to 5 threads a day max if you would.

Thanks.

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(09-05-2018, 09:54 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]It's not funny, but when you think about how dependent the world has become on the Socialist Communist Red Chinese labor market, it is astounding.
On one hand Communism is terrible - the people suffer and only the ruling class can actually live like human beings.  On the other, we promote and support it by sending all of our manufacturing there and getting China to purchase US debt to keep the nation going.
America is now dependent on Communist China.
Like it or not.

Indeed, and we lost a few generations of mechanical skills, and untold sums if intellectual theft.


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All from 2016


Dear Nike,

In past press releases, Nike has stated that "Nike is deeply committed to diversity, inclusion and unleashing the potential of all athletes." Nike has sponsored LGBT athletic events and conferences as well as fostered an LGBT employee resource network. Nike has also stated that they were a proud supporter of the LGBT Sports Coalition and "its initiatives to end discrimination in sport."

Yet, Nike remains associated with boxer Manny Pacquiao, a boxer who has most recently said same-sex couples are worse than animals and has in the past invoked religious language to call for their deaths. Pacquiao's expressions of homophobia and bigotry disqualifies him from being honored, endorsed and sponsored by one of the world's largest publicly-traded and owned athletic companies, particularly one that is celebrated and well-known for their promotion of sportsmanship and excellence.
https://www.change.org/p/droppacman-boyc...nypacquiao







Nike just dropped Manny Pacquiao over his comments about gay people
https://qz.com/618749/nike-just-dropped-...ay-people/
Nike isn't the only one....just sayin'
have you not had a job in North America? N.American jobs are also slave driving sweatshops. I've worked in tones of factories, it's all shitty brutal work. There is no rainbow in the North American labor sector. Long hours, quick breaks, brutal heat, getting stared down by bosses like you're their bitch..... Everything has to be ridiculously fast paced... It's the working man that builds the country, and makes it go round and round. Without the working man there is nothing. And we get crapped on by many people.
The Right Nike Commercial



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