“Alliance Against China”: Slave Labor And Human Rights Abuses In Xinjiang Not Tolerated And Talk Of US-NATO Cooperation

Because of the backlash of a favorable human rights stances that US and European companies spoke out about, some of their brands face boycotts in China due to the encouragement of the Chinese Communistic Party (CCP). China’s spokesperson tried to use a reverse judgment by showing a photo over 100 years old of black slaves and says that it’s US to blame for slave labor. The truth of the battle between Beijing and the West is about capital and technology. China has lashed back and demanded their citizens boycott because the West and some of its companies raised concerns over the Xinjiang abuses and slave labor. The brands on their blacklist include NIKE, New Balance, Burberry, and Adidas because they questioned the nature of cotton produced in Xinjiang. Over 40 celebrities went along with China and are openly boycotting these brands, in support for the CCP. There’s even more companies facing China’s harsh criticism—Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Converse, and Japan’s MUJI because they supported human rights. Last year, Nike made a statement about not buying cotton from Xinjiang because of the human rights abuses occurring there. Some of these companies are part of a group called BCI, a Swedish association, which stands for Better Cotton Initiative. From them months ago, an online statement from BCI proclaimed anything of forced labor in Xinjiang is unacceptable. And as a consequence, BCI stopped all business related things in the region.

As with the current US-NATO alliance, America’s top diplomat is telling the European nations to work with the West in defying and dealing with Beijing challenges. Antony Blinken, US Secretary of State, emphasizes strength of cooperation between US and NATO allies. Since he visited the NATO headquarters in Belgium a couple days ago on Thursday, he said that it was more important than ever for US and its allies to work together so they could outcompete China. He also stated, “I came here very much with one particular focus in mind and that was—to make clear the United States’ determination to revitalize—our alliances and partnerships, to re-engage strongly, working closely with our allies and partners.” He accuses Beijing of undermining the international trading order between US and its allies created after World War II—that they are trying to undercut the rules of the international system and the values of US and its allies. NATO’s Secretary of General agrees—if NATO countries are together, the EU, NATO, and their allies can work well and deal with the rising problems of communist China.

Source: from YouTube channel, “China in Focus – NTD” —


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