Nike has launched its first ‘modest’ swimwear collection, complete with waterproof hijab. Nike has turned Islamic sharia clothing into a purportedly new symbol of freedom and fashion. Unfortunately, for most of women in the Middle East, the hijab is imposed and a symbol of slavery.
Nike CEO, Mark Parker, went from being one of the highest paid CEOs in 2016, to taking a 71% pay cut due to poor sales. Hungry for profits, Nike chose to cash in on the the $243 billion dollar sharia clothing industry (11 percent of the global market for apparel).
Nike is deceptively marketing sharia clothing as “modest” and not Islamic. Marketing the clothing as “modest” helps Nike sell the islamic products to unknowing Christians, Jews, gays, and other non-Muslims who are persecuted under sharia.
Western media outlets and retailers carrying this misogynist clothing are helping Nike and Islamic supremacists mislead and romanticize the sharia wear, using the pretense of promoting “modest” clothing,
This embracement and glamorization of Islamic headwear and swimwear by Nike advances sharia in America. Nike sharia swimwear is an example of a cultural and civilizational jihad and the submission of a Western company, Nike, to that jihad.
Cultural jihad is the attempt to change and subvert Western culture from within, or more simply put: to Islamize it. The Muslim Brotherhood’s strategy for the United States.
Jihadists have had trouble imposing hijabs and sharia clothing without resorting to intimidation and violence. Nike, however, seems to be helping them to succeed, while legitimizing their ideology, by portraying these tools of oppression as a mainstream garment.
Quran 24:31 commands women to cover so thoroughly as to reduce their capacity to provoke temptation, and to hide their “adornments.” If a woman does not completely cover, then she is fair game to be “abused” (Quran 33:59).
It is not surprising Nike has created clothing that supports misogynist, abusive, male-led Islamic regimes. Life inside Nike has been toxic for its female employees, from sexual harassment to gender discrimination to sexual assaults.
“Nike female employees interviewed by The New York Times described being marginalized and passed over for promotions. One recounted a supervisor who called her ‘stupid bitch.’ Another reported an email from a manager about an employee’s breasts. There was the manager who bragged about condoms in his bag and racy magazines on his desk. Oh, and of course there were trips to strip clubs, tacked on to the end of staff outings.”
CEO Parker sent an email to his staff saying he wanted everyone to know he was “personally committed to making Nike a place where everyone can thrive in an environment of respect, empathy, and equal opportunity for all.” However, the hijab is a symbol of male dominance and Islamic supremacy and is the exact opposite of equality for all.
Under Islamic Law, hijab is a mandated tool of oppression. Jihadists often have trouble imposing hijabs on women without resorting to intimidation and violence much like the culture for women at Nike. It is shameful Nike is presenting the hijab and sharia clothing, symbols of male domination, as a mainstream garment.
Nike continues its betrayal of Americans and is has seemed more interested in protecting illegal & islamic supremacists over U.S. citizens. CEO Parker penned a letter for all of his employees dehumanizing and ostracizing those who would not support President Trump’s temporary immigration ban from terror tied nations or who wouldn’t support open borders.
Nike is so blinded by Trump’s pro-American stances, in December 2017, Nike pulled out of their lease in one of Trump’s real estate buildings right before he was sworn into office. Ultraviolet, a George Soros affiliated blog, put pressure on Nike to stop paying rent to a “white supremacist & Nazi.”
Ironically, the left In America purports to condemn discrimination and abuse of women. Yet, leftists are willing to throw Women, Jewish, Black, Gay, Muslim, Migrants and others under the bus if it is damaging to the west or President Trump, the greatest defender of minority groups and western values.
Take Action Now:
Call and/or email Nike and their CEO, Mark Parker, and let them know you and your family will be boycotting their products for promoting the subjugation of women. The more voices that speak out the greater impact we will have.
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