Coca Cola, Delta Airlines Rip Georgia For Voting Law Yet Silent On Hunan Rights Violations In China Where They Do Business

Apple, Delta Airlines and Coca-Cola have been silent on genocide against Uyghurs in China

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Multiple companies attacking Georgia’s new election laws have been hesitant to speak out against China’s human rights violations as they continue to do business there.

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently blasted the new law, following Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian claiming the law is “based on a lie” and calling it “unacceptable.” Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey also called the law “unacceptable” and a step in the wrong direction.

However, all three companies – Apple, Delta Airlines and the Coca-Cola Co. – have been silent on the oppression of Uyghurs taking place in the People’s Republic of China’s Xinjiang region while continuing to do business in the country.

Delta Airlines styles itself as the “most Chinese-friendly U.S. airline” on their website, saying that China is “leading the way on international growth” and offering a list of “recent investments tailored to travelers from China.” The airline also added extra flights to China during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

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