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“Make Amazon Pay” är en kampanj som har i syfte att ställa Amazon och deras ägare tillika världens rikaste man Jeff Bezos mot väggen och utkräva ansvar för företagets exploatering av sina inställda och av planeten i stort och hur man därtill aktivt försöker undvika att betala skatt eller på andra sätt ge tillbaka till samhället.
Netflix promotes its new film, “Cuties” which many critics say over-sexualizes 11 year-old girls. Meanwhile, Amazon bans the movie “A Child’s Voice” which attempts to raise awareness about child sex trafficking. I speak exclusively with the producer and director of the movie about why Amazon “Unpublished” their film. Plus, you can watch the movie for free, now at https:ise.media
(Natural News) Two job postings that Jeff Bezos put up for “intelligence analyst” positions at his Amazon empire have been taken down after their true purpose – to prevent the formation of labor unions and spy on employees – went viral.
The job descriptions for these two positions clearly stated that they involved monitoring and stymieing “labor organizing threats” both at Amazon and Whole Foods Market, the latter of which is now owned by Amazon.
(Natural News)First, they offered laud and praise for the “bravery” of “protesters” who are trying to eliminate “systemic racism” from society. Now, Big Tech and Big Business are throwing wads of cash at Black Lives Matter (BLM) in an attempt to “right the wrongs” that the Left says need immediate fixing.
According to reports, a whole slew of corporate names ranging from Apple and Amazon to Google and Walmart have signed on to the BLM cause, offering massive multi-million-dollar cash donations in a show of “solidarity” with the far-left effort to stamp out “white supremacy.” →
At least 11 local news stations in the United States were caught airing the same scripted segment about Amazon, and their role during the COVID-19 pandemic. The segment played like a commercial for Amazon, even touting the company’s ability to “keep its employees safe and healthy,” during this difficult time, despite the fact that many workers have been organizing to protest against unsafe conditions and lack of hazard pay. →
Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will this Earth Day — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It’s too little, too late. →