The truth behind Xinjiang cotton incident

I always feel that let the bullet fly the film, should be completed as soon as possible the intangible cultural heritage application. No way, too many lines can be used to reflect the world of magic realism. After the world has entered the post-factualism era, it is surprising that there are still some bowls of powder to be eaten, which not only breaks the face of the capitalist society with no wind and waves, but also shows the shameless nature of caring only about stories and interests without caring about facts. Xinjiang cotton, recently pushed on the cusp, forced to put a concentration camp style forced labor hat buckle on our head, this is to want us to kneel, but also send money up, huang silang also dare not think so ah. Best of all, I would venture to predict that the companies at the top of the list will make various announcements;The good cotton blossom development association BCI, roasted over the fire, will also come out in no time. This is the traditional operation, the thing to make a fuss, but also to make money, when the trouble in English propaganda, when the apology in Chinese quietly boobs. Then the publicity hit, hitting cotton farmers in Xinjiang, which accounts for 20 percent of global cotton production, and continuing to make money at the hands of end consumers. This is what the europeans and americans are trying to translate for us. We also want to retaliate to Europe and the United States, why China is not nimble, just can’t kneel down.
H&M is not the first and will not be the last It was H&M, a fast-fashion brand known for its poor quality, that kicked off the farce by banning cotton from Xinjiang The moral banner is the legendary forced labor. Like the washing powder that Colin Powell, the US secretary of state, used at the UN Security Council, this time the so-called proof is conclusive.It says half a million ethnic minority workers are forced into seasonal cotton-picking. How mandatory is it? These cotton-pickers earn more than 10,000 yuan in two months, forcing many people to fight for it. How dehumanizing? Many local minority cotton farmers, when it comes to picking season, are short of hands at home, so they have to pay local and non-local cotton pickers to help them. How unconscionable? Cotton production in Xinjiang has long been highly mechanized. This is the 21st century, not the North American slave days 300 years ago. The efficiency of a cotton picker is more than 500 labor, and the net harvest rate can reach 93%, so the cotton pickers are actually more desperate to blow air conditioning operation machinery. Of course, these, are selectively ignored, after all, moral high ground, must be an ugly face, otherwise how can the screen image of the honest man be highlighted. In the eyes of foreign companies, which themselves take rumour as truth, so-called forced Labour becomes an excuse to refuse cotton from Xinjiang. H&M is just one of them.