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But, at the same time, their names are being dragged ever deeper into protests about China’s human rights at home and its policies in Tibet and Darfur...
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garuda  

Location: perched
Subject: why mince words?
Feb 29 2008 08:40 AM

Short and sweet: The IOC are a lot of whores. Let me take that back. Whores have the redeeming quality of bringing pleasure to sentient beings. I find no such redeeming quality in the IOC. They betray every trace of nobility that the Games once possessed.
manmade  

Location: Seattle
Subject: Say No to Coke, Samsung, Addias, McDonalds
Feb 28 2008 03:45 AM

Please write a letter by clicking the links below saying that you don't support the companies’ action towards sponsoring at 2008 Beijing Olympics

Coco Cola Company
http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com/contactus/cokefeedback/index.html

McDonalds
http://www.mcdonalds.com/app_controller.custsat.custsat_form_social.html

SAMSANG (Click on the right Public Relations)
http://www.samsung.com/us/info/contactus.html#

Adidas
Adi-Dassler-Strasse 1
91074 Herzogenaurach, Germany (Map)Phone: +49-9132-84-0
Fax: +49-9132-84-2241
gangkyi  

Location: New Jersey
Subject: Olympic will come and go
Feb 27 2008 09:56 PM

The Olympic sponsers should realize that Olympic will come and go and their association with regimes that ruthlessly kill their own people, commit genocide in Tibet, facilitate genocide in darfur and support similar regime in Burma will forever tarnish their Brands. Corporate social responsibility cannot be supporting regime like China, they should raise the issue close to humanity such as Human rights, free press, equitable justice ect. The outcome of their association with Beijing Olymopic will not only hit their conscience but those of the freedom loving people of the world. Shame on you, MNC's.
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