Major Candy Company Admitting To Cowering To Communist China

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On Friday, the Snickers candy bar company apologized to Communist China for calling Taiwan a country in a recent advertisement.

The candy giant Mars Wrigley, maker of Snickers candy bars has apologized after an advertisement for its Snickers bar referred to Taiwan as a country, sparking outrage in China.

Acknowledging Taiwan as independent, thereby a country, irked the Chinese Communist Party.

Screenshots of marketing for the nutty confectionery featuring the South Korean pop group BTS were swiftly picked up on social media in China.

Social media users in China, which falsely claims that Taiwan belongs to it, exploded over the advertisement after it went viral online.

The company quickly published an apology to say it would revise the language to no longer suggest Taiwan has any freedom from China.

Here’s what the company pathetically wrote in a statement that was translated by Google:

“We are aware of reports of Snickers-related activities in other parts of Asia, which we take seriously and apologize for. We have immediately requested the local team of Snickers to check and adjust its official website and official social account to ensure that the company’s publicity content is accurate.”

“At present, the markets involved in the event have completed the rectification of relevant content. Mars Wrigley respects China’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity and strictly follows local Chinese laws and regulations Carry out business operations activities. We will continue to provide Chinese consumers with high-quality products and services service.”

The Wall Street Journal noted that the company issued a second statement a couple of hours later that stated: “There is #OnlyOneChina in the world, and Taiwan is an inseparable part of Chinese territory.”

Sources: DailyWire, The Wall Street Journal

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