Totally disobedient to China, the National Football League has included Taiwan as part of China on the map of countries that the NFL is marketing abroad.
The NFL announced Wednesday that 18 teams have marketing monopolies in 26 so-called International Family Marketing Areas, according to a NFL release.
“The NFL fandom started with our clubs,” said Christopher Halpin, NFL Executive Vice President, Strategy & Growth Manager. “This important initiative enables NFL teams to develop direct, meaningful relationships with NFL fans abroad, fueling the growth and enthusiasm of fans globally. We are very pleased with the volume, creativity and level of commitment of club proposals worldwide during this initial registration period and look forward to the teams launching their efforts at the beginning. next year. ”
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China is one of two countries that will be the international fan base of the Los Angeles Rams.
But what attracted the most attention was not which team will now add foreign fans, but rather the NFL’s decision to cater to Chinese whims by offering Taiwan part of China.
In 1949, the Chinese Kuomintang government took refuge on the island – then known as Formosa – just off China’s coast after losing its defeat to Mao Zedong. China’s Communist leaders see Taiwan as a legitimate part of their turf. In recent months, they have stepped up diplomatic and military pressure on the fiercely independent island, which has historically maintained its independence largely thanks to military aid from countries like the United States. .
Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas was among those who noted that the NFL is ready Serve for China for money.
The NFL, which is chasing dollars from the Chinese Communist Party, shows that Taiwan is part of China. Shameful coward. https://t.co/EsDkUwJ3Dj
– Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 16, 2021
NEW: NFL Map releases their International Family Marketing Zones (with LA Rams taking China) confirming the CCP’s claim that the island nation of Taiwan is part of the People’s Republic of China. So far there has been no response from the NFL as to why…@DCExaminerhttps://t.co/dNGr2jEwTRIAL
– Jerry Christmas (@JerryDunleavy) December 15, 2021
– Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) December 16, 2021
China attaches great importance to maps. Earlier this year, China stood still in a tense diplomatic action after NBC did not include Taiwan on the map of the communist country as part of NBC’s Olympic coverage.
At the time, the Chinese consulate in New York said by not including what it wanted but couldn’t have, NBC “hurts the dignity and feelings of the Chinese people,” according to the statement. NBC.
“The map is an expression of national territory, symbolizing national sovereignty and territorial integrity,” its statement said, according to Bloomberg.
“We urge NBC to recognize the serious nature of this issue and take steps to correct the error,” the statement said.
China’s state-controlled Global Times The newspaper also criticized NBC for not including Taiwan on its map, calling it part of “dirty political maneuvers” being carried out against China.
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