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LeBron James Misinformed: The Truth Unveiled

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Athletes in Motion
October 15, 2019
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Look NBA, we get it. Money is a thing you like. China is a big market. Buuuuuuuuut, you probably shouldn't have players talk about shit they literally couldn't be more blatantly ignorant about.Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey tweeted, "Fight for freedom. Stand with Hong Kong", an appropriate stance for those who appreciate the spirit of liberty whenever they see it. An educated tweet as well given China's grievous history of human rights violations and authoritarian rule.Whereas Lebron James, King of the Woke Kingdom and social justice advocate gladly turned a blind eye to the suffering of the Chinese people under that authoritarian regime by accusing Daryl Morey of being uneducated about the situation.We'd like to ask Lebron exactly where Daryl is misinformed when he talks about China. Is it perhaps any one of these following incidents?The Land Reform, 1947-1952: 1 to 4.5 million killed via violent thievery of private property.The Campaign To Suppress Counterrevolutionaries, 1950-1953: 700k-2 million people killed because they just didn't think Communism was a great idea.The Anti-Rightist Movement, 1957-1959: 700,000 persecuted for wanting the freedom of expression.The Great Leap Forward, 1958-1960: 36-45 million killed through starvation and execution of anyone "not on board" with the regime's policies.Tiananmen Square, June 4th, 1989: Several hundred to several thousand killed for advocating democracy.Wow, that's...that's a lot of death...Maybe, just maybe Lebron James was insinuating that Daryl Morey didn't know the extent of how bad China was, that as bad as he thought this situation in Hong Kong was, China has done far worse in the past. Maybe that was it? Oh...hehehe, oh hahahahaha, man that caused a good hearty laugh in the office.Straight up, it's cool to be a protestor or an advocate against injustice. Really a cornerstone of our country if we think back to the Boston Tea Party, but when engaging in protest or activism, one needs to be...oh what's the word........ah yes there it is CONSISTENT.You gotta be consistent in your beliefs. You can't say oppression is bad here, but that it's ok somewhere else, that'd just make you look like an idiot right? Right Lebron James? Right?

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