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BLM supporter Procter & Gamble champions double standards

Procter & Gamble (P&G) is building a new production facility in the Turkish industrial city of Gebze for 80 million US dollars. The American multinational consumer goods corporation headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, has elevated double standards to a new art.

Published: October 9, 2020, 8:30 am

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    P&G’s support the Black Lives Matter movement has been equally swift, suggesting that al whites are powerful in the US and all blacks are oppressed. At the same time, these moral apostles are investing in Turkey, where freedom of speech, freedom of the press, recognition of the Armenian genocide and freedom of religion are virtually non-existent.

    The Turkish Minister of Industry, Mustafa Varank, was unable to put his joy into words when he visited the P&G factory in Kocaeli in early September. According to its own statements, the group has not only invested US $238 million in the Erdogan empire in the past decade, but is also increasingly using Turkish products in its production lines – much to the delight of Varank and no doubt Recep Tayyip Erdogan too.

    Turkey’s military interventions in Syria, Iraq, Libya, the occupation of EU territory in Northern Cyprus as well as Erdogan’s latest adventure is the South Caucasus, cost money.

    According to consistent reports, Syrian ISIS fighters paid by Turkey are fighting against the indigenous Armenian residents there. However, the mercenaries do not take soft Turkish lira, only hard dollars. These have to be brought in via direct investments and exports, which brings us back to Procter & Gamble.

    The same Procter & Gamble had previously launched a highly controversial advertising campaign after the drug-induced death of George Floyd. White Americans were confronted in an emotional way about their alleged “systemic injustice” against slaves, and whoever remains silent was declared “complicit”. But there are no more black plantation workers in chains and slavery has been abolished in the US. Contrary to Islamic civilization, western civilization overcame and abolished this crime of its own accord.

    But, for P&G, the Floyd case was sufficient to announce a general indictment against “white America”.

    There have not been similar campaigns by P&G in Turkey, however. For example, a video on the anniversary of the Turkish genocide against the Armenians, showing the Armenian victims or calling on the Turkish public to come to terms with their past.

    The motto might have been: Whoever remains silent is complicit. P&G could of course also address the oppression of Christians in Turkey or the oppression of the Kurds. A TV report in Kurdish would be a good idea to address the totally disregarded rights of this minority. Freedom of the press would also be a useful field of activity. The grievances in Turkey are undisputed and the range of actual injustices is huge.

    The selection of Procter & Gamble products in European supermarkets is simply huge. Pampers, Ariel, Lenor are all known to be very soft. And there is Braun, Gilette, Head & Shoulders supporting the blanket condemnation of all whites as racist. Even the medical products from Wick belong to the P&G family.

    So, if you want to be on the safe side and you do not want to support Erdogan or BLM, you should rather switch to better products. Why would any European person buy from a company which has dismissed their white clients as too stupid to notice their blatant dishonesty?

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    • Rentia Diedericks

      Warmonger Mike Pompeo has yet to make a statement about the slaughtering of Christians in Armenia.

      • Ma’Lisa Mirelli Ayala-Woodward

        Lol. Hardly a war monger. Contradiction. It’s actual neocons who want Trump out and Biden in that are the war mongers.

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