Profit-focused American companies are picking China’s side in Hong Kong democracy protest as they bend to Communist regime that jails dissidents and harvests their organs

Thursday, October 17, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

It’s becoming increasingly clear that at a time when China is rising and has become a legitimate national security threat to the United States and the American people, more U.S. companies are kowtowing to Beijing because they value money more than freedom and liberty.

Democracy protests in Hong Kong have been going on for months now, and China is itching to crack down on it. But so far, Beijing has been kept in check by international pressure from countries that it does business with, primarily the U.S.

In fact, as promised, President Donald Trump and his trade negotiations team just partially delivered on a long-sought trade deal with the Communist giant on Friday, announcing a so-called ‘truce’ in the ongoing trade war as the administration agreed to halt new increases in tariffs and the Chinese agreed to massive purchases of U.S. agricultural products and other reforms.

But while this president delivers on his ‘get tough’ approach with China, American companies continue to undermine his efforts because to them, making a dollar is a lot more important than supporting democracy or human rights and decency.

Google, Apple bail because Red Chinese money is greener

According to the Hong Kong Free Press, anti-Trump tech behemoth Google pulled a role-playing app from its Google Play Store that was described as “the biggest international promotional campaign in the world” for the ongoing democracy protests within three days after its creator announced it was available for download.

Google said it suspended the app because it somehow violated the platform’s “sensitive events policy.”

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