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SOCIETY AND POWER - 15/03/2022

Now everyone is being pushed to join the large, Western-coordinated economic sanctions and give the Russians the longfinger. Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Gucci, Ikea, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Christian Dior, H&M, Pepsi, Netflix, Starbucks, Nike, Apple, Boeing, Airbus, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Ferrari, Ford, FedEx, UPS, Harley -Davidson, Adidas, Airbnb, Carlsberg, Disney, Sony - these are just a few companies that have shut down, or left, or stopped delivering to Russia.

Carnegie Hall in New York has canceled Russian guest artists, as well as the Metropolitan Opera. Eurovision and Fifa have thrown out the Russians. The Bolshoi Ballet must stay at home. Musicians, dancers and other Russians with assignments in the West have either been suspended or demanded clear distances from the Russian invasion, if they are not to be fired. Friends have terminated their friendship.

In contrast to the Pacific Empire soldiers, who never understood that the war was over, only the Japanese clothing company Uniqlo did not understand that the war had begun at the end of the week: "Clothes must be worn and the Russians have the same right to life necessities as we.”
Words not well received by the Twitter mob. A boycott is probably already underway against those Putin-hugging samurais.

This is important, because the mob know what we are defending: a free and open society that affirms diversity and independence. They are against the totalitarian society, which is forcing everyone - business, culture, civil society, sports - to keep pace with the required political standard.
Does that maybe echo familiar?
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