Remember, the Mulan Scandal recently in the news about the Uighurs, it exposed the fraudulent mindset of Disney’s corporate social responsibility. And we are supposed to remember all those next time any Hollywood scion lectures us about social responsibility and morality.
The Coronavirus has already taken away a million lives, caused severe infections, job losses, and the international polls revealed the Chinese Communist party to be a dangerous force and CCP still remains.
The first preference of some western elites and Hollywood executives, so piously took turns about identity politics and social justice, are dead silent about the atrocities of China’s totalitarian dictatorial Communist party.
And Disney is famous for buying scandals from the Chinese government. The cinematic adventure of the decade the most controversial Mulan made business worth $200.
Disney gave credits to eight public security bureau and it led to misbehavior with the Uighurs, Tibetans, and other communities. Engaging people into more revolutionary thoughts.
Since Disney is famous for burying scandals; every year there are multiple deaths in Disney theme parks, huge cash payments are sent to the relatives who loses their near and dear ones, and it is “business as usual” for Disney.
But the Mulan controversy has left Disney executives in an unpopular spot. The CCP has almost shuttered all movie theatres and theme parks, Disney faced a $10 billion loss in revenue in 2020, thousands of employees have already been laid off, and defending the CCP isn’t going down well with the public.
Now, you say, how can the western elites keep covering the misdeeds of the communist party in such a way.
Is it at all fair?