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Fashion Brand That Vehemently Supported Black Lives Matter Faces Slave Labor Scandal


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Woke Boohoo not so woke when it comes to its own employees.

"US Customs and Border Protection has seen enough enough to launch an investigation into the company after campaign group Liberty Shared exposed how the company “is not doing enough to stop forced labour in the Leicester factories which make many of its clothes,” reports Sky News.

The scandal is particularly ironic because Boohoo was one of the numerous corporations that vehemently virtue signaled in support of BLM during last summer’s riots, with the company posting a black square on social media for “Blackout Tuesday while asserting, “we are listening.”"



"Boohoo also encouraged its customers to specifically support black-owned businesses.

As we previously highlighted, several other major transnational corporations like Nike, Coca-Cola and Apple, all of which strongly supported Black Lives Matter, lobbied against a US ban on imports of products produced by Chinese slave labor.

But they all posted the black square, so I guess that’s what really matters."

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"The lady doth protest too much, methinks"


at this point anything made in China has a better than a 50/50 shot at being made by Slave Labor.

there are over 1 Million Uighur Slaves in "Work Camps" in China right now and that is just Uighur, that doesn't include Tibetan or Christian, Homosexual or Criminals.

but they aren't Black so maybe their lives don't matter as much...

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