U.S. halts imports made by China’s Slave Factories, CCC calls on Nike and Apple to pay restitution; “You owe millions to these enslaved Uighurs!”
Tampa, FL – Conservative Clergy of Color declared victory today as the Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Patrol blocked imports from China that were made by enslaved people in factories.
“It’s wonderful to see the efforts of Conservative Clergy of Color paying off, as we’ve been working tirelessly to bring light to this monstrous cultural genocide being carried out by the Chinese Communist Party. This is a fantastic victory for us!” founder Bishop Aubrey Shines said.
As reported by The Washington Examiner, the government is blocking exports from the western region of Xinjiang where over a million Uighurs, a Turkic-speaking and majority-Muslim community, have been rounded up and forced to work in factories against their will. These factories make products for many major U.S. brands, including Apple and Nike.
“Nike and Apple have lined their pockets from the suffering of enslaved Uighurs in their supply chains who make their tainted, scum products. This profiteering is beyond abhorrent, and today my colleagues and I call on Nike and Apple to pay reparations to the Uighur people. You owe them millions for what they’ve endured! The descendants of slaves call on you to end modern day slavery, and cease your kowtowing to the Chinese Communist government!”
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