Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

The NBA’s China Hypocrisy

Steven Crowder breaks down how the NBA and Big Tech’s support of China is not only hypocritical, it’s a little evil. More from Louder with Crowder.

Esports gamer Chung Ng Wai, who goes by Blitzchung, wears a gas mask and goggles and ends an interview saying “Liberate Hong Kong: Revolution of our times.” Hearthstone tournament sponsor Blizzard Entertainment bans him for a year and strips him of $10,000 in 2019 winnings. Is this just a case of an American company enforcing its legal contract and protecting its reputation? Or did parent company Activision Blizzard cave to minor investor Tencent Holdings Ltd., a massive Chinese conglomerate? Will global corporations ever stand up to the communist Chinese government and allow free speech? Can China stand against a world of (virtual) warriors who #BoycottBlizzard ? More from Bill Whittle and Scott Ott.

One thing you can say for the corporations: They are bending over for China. More from Computing Forever.

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