The list of corporations who stood up to China is very short unfortunately
Seems like companies were forced to make and have made that choice long before the China issue.
Yes... If you support Libertarian or Conservative things
As to examples, it is clear by your comments you do not want actual examples but rather just want to move the goal posts
Cancel Culture is very real, people are terminated from jobs all the time based on their personal posts on twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc, or other comments online that "offend" a certain segment of the population that is perpetually offended at everything and then pressure employers to fire those people.
Happens every day, across this nation
Here's a more detailed write-up about Kevin Cernekee, what he stands for, and why no one wants to work with him (link below).
edit: Thanks for the downvotes, too. I'm sorry you couldn't contribute more (read: anything) to this thread.
In the link you provided it's clear he was hated and fired for political discussions in mailing lists.
White power may be a tenant of many different political factions, but it is not a political ideology in itself.
White power is a racist belief. That's it.
> He was bullied and fired for these actions only, I don't see any mentions that he was annoying people any way other than expressing his views.
I don't see any evidence that Kevin was bullied in any way.
Did you not read my last reply to you, before making this reply? Kevin was fund raising, using Google resources, for white supremacy groups.
If he would fundraising, using Google resources, for LGBT groups, would he be fired?
Why are you are using a false equivalence to make a point?
If it's okay for you to punish for one stance and not to punish for another then you are pro-censorship. So don't be surprised when companies start to censor people you like - you allowed them to do that.
White supremacy is a racist belief, not a political stance or faction.
Why are you using a false equivalence to make a point?
But a comparison to Winnie the Pooh is apparently something The Chinese premier can not handle.
Plenty of Americans would agree with that, hence the popularity in America of the banner of the losers of that conflict.
I beg to differ. He is considered the greatest president our country has ever had. He did everything he could to keep the country together during a very tenuous time. I do think that some people care about Lincoln.
The interesting thing is that President fought that war, in part, to fight for America’s highest value, freedom.
So, in point of fact, China is treading upon the one area that is offensive to us almost unanimously, our freedom, in this case, of speech.
Well it's not like Americans have a long history of television, movies, music, and literature that are harshly critical and even outright mocking of past and current US presidents. Nobody ever depicts Donald Trump as an orange-skinned combover-wearing loon, or Michelle Obama as a health-fascist, or George W. Bush as a big-eared warmongering idiot. That would surely be unacceptable to any American!
It's more like boycotting dictatorship