Not only Nike but Adidas and all the others too.
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The pay gap between production and hourly wage is too large. The capitalist system is obviously and blatantly biased towards the owners of companies. The working class citizen is the fuel of a thriving nation, and the bosses are here to ciphen. The working class is under constant oppression, whilst having their hard earned money going straight to their bosses wallet. We have to change this. 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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Mao Tse-Tung. it seems like today, thanks to our celebrity culture, many in the working class are conditioned to identify with the ruling class and support their class interests. and, of course, the ruling class and the petit bourgeoisie promote their own class interests relentlessly, even when they disguise it in “progressive” rhetoric. #mao#maotsetung#maozedong#chairmanmao#marxism#littleredbook#communism
Parallel to the rise of Shining Path, a new guerrilla group emerged in Peru. Comprised of ex-MIR guerrillas, militant old APRA members and disillusioned ex-members of the Velasco government, the MRTA (Revolutionary Tupac Amaru Movement) was a guerrilla group that also declared war against the Peruvian state. Declaring itself Marxist-Leninist, it also sought to bring about a socialist state in Peru. In contrast to Shining Path, however, the MRTA was inspired on the Cuban revolution and focoist action. They wore distinctive gear, which made them easy to differentiate with peasants, and never attacked the unarmed civilian population on purpose. They focused on robbing banks, kidnapping high-class important politicians or businessmen, bombing police stations, etc. They also engaged in skirmishes against Shining Path guerrillas in an effort to defend peasants and other civilians. However, the MRTA was also extremely homophobic and transphobic, and was responsible for the deaths of 8 LGBT people in a bar in the jungle city of Tarapoto. They claimed this was done to "cleanse society." The MRTA was active until 1996, when they took the Japanese Embassy in Peru. Hundreds of politicians, businessmen and diplomats were taken hostage, and all women, old people and personnel were released. The MRTA demanded Fujimori to reverse the neoliberal reforms and free their comrades from jail in order to release the hostages. Fujimori promised peaceful talks and a fair trial, but proceeded to blow up the embassy, capture all guerrillas and execute them extrajudicially. With this, the MRTA withered away.
Turkish forces seize control of Kurdish town of Efrîn and celebrate by tearing down statue of Kurdish hero
Turkish forces and their Syrian rebel allies have raised their flags in the town centre of Efrîn and declared full control after a two-month campaign to drive out Kurdish forces.
Images showed Syrian fighters tearing down a statue of Kawa, a mythological Kurdish hero who defeated a brutal ruler and lit fires to spread the news, ushering in spring.
The statue symbolised the Kurdish new year celebrations that are being held this week.
A Whatsapp group run by the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces called the act a “blatant violation of Kurdish people’s culture and history.”
A spokesman for the rebel fighters told Reuters they entered Efrîn before dawn, meeting no resistance. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor, said pockets of YPG fighters were defying orders to withdraw, but Turkish forces were in control.
The fight for Efrîn, a once stable pocket of northwest Syria, has opened a new front in Syria’s multi-sided civil war and highlighted the ever greater role of foreign powers in the seven-year-old conflict.
Nearly 200,000 people have fled the Efrîn region in recent days amid heavy air strikes, entering Syrian government-held territory nearby, the Syrian Observatory said.
A Kurdish official, Hadia Yousef, told the Associated Press the YPG fighters have not fled the town, but have evacuated the remaining civilians because of “massacres”. She said clashes in the town were still underway. •
Turkey has threatened to extend its offensive to another Kurdish-controlled region further east, where US forces are stationed alongside the YPG, Washington’s ally against ISIS in Syria. •
The YPG seized large areas across northern and eastern Syria from the extremist group with the help of coalition air strikes.
Turkey fears the establishment of a Kurdish self-ruled zone in Syria that could inspire its own Kurdish minority to press for greater autonomy. The Kurds are the largest stateless ethnic group in the Middle East, with some 30 million living in an area split between Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria.