If you think the stories I told are another piece of fiction, here is what I read from a Chinese Newspaper on the last Sunday.
On 25th June, Foxconn conducted its AGM at its HQ in Taipei. Outside the venue, lots of Labor Rights Protection Groups and Fair Labor Advocates surrounded the venue protesting Foxconn running many sweat shops around the world.
At the media conference, its CEO Terry Gou lashed out to the media, the UK institutional fund investors and his own lawyers team as well as to the protesters who blocked his building.
Here were what he said:
“will Foxconn move out of China?”
“ I want to EAT out China’s domestic market, I have not earned sufficient money from them!”
“How do you think of the fair labor right group’s concern?”
“These bastards are dogs-bad barking tailing dogs of the West, they conspire together to strike down Apple, Foxconn, to blemish the brand name “Made in China”. I wasted 3.5 hours of my precious time yesterday just to entertain YOU folks and those small UK newspapers!”
Someone passed him a small note trying to calm him down. He threw away the paper. YOU! lawyers don’t give me any advice! I know very clear. These small fuzzy small UK newspapers. Why don’t you care the affairs of your own country? Why don’t you investigate how Princess Dianna died? Why don’t you dig out how many hidden scandals not yet revealed from your Royal Family, Your Prime Minister and Your Ministers?!
These damn shit small UK newspaper must have bride some lazy idiot jobless young people to make a fuzz on me! Dare they (the Fair Labor Rights Advocates and scholars from HK and Taiwan) think they have any representative authority? I checked out ALL, They have none. They are a bunch of bad dogs who fake all stories by finding someone who are jobless idiots on the street to fake Foxconn employees in order to squeeze some juicy media stories. They conspired together to serve some secret interests of a few people of the West. ( I think Terry Go must have not checked the hundred of references quote worldwide including the annual reports from his own group and Apple in their books. In particular each of the employee being interviewed could show their employment contract, their employee ID, which departments they worked for, which factory they worked on, and what exactly were their duties. The only entities in this world which denied their identities and their legal paid are Foxconn and the corrupted officials in China who received astronomical benefits from Foxconn .)
I just paid 1 million to cure two employees who suffer from leukemia without any medical evidence. Money! It is medical fees. The union chair lady (he didn’t tell this fella is his own personal secretary) cried out before me! How can I give these two corpses back to you in two lively people? They have DIED!
And YOU-Terry Gou pointing to the UK pension fund managers: do believe me Foxconn pass all OHS tests. We surely pass the toughest test (except the Honesty Test?) China is full of unemployment people, Foxconn surely can employ as many as it wants. BECAUSE WE HAVE THE BEST REMUNERATION AND BENEFITS. If you don’t like us, then you don’t buy our shares.
I proudly tell you another fact. The chief police station head from Xinyi District of Taipei retired and just joined Foxconn to be in charge of our security and fire safety department. This man Li De Wai and his wife-the former chief secretary to the Fire Bureau complained to me there is no dignity to be a policeman in Taiwan. Unlike the cops in US. I paid them high enough. Now they can in charge of all security, insurance matters. (So these folks can beat, shoot and bash any Foxconn employees like the ‘dignified’ US cops did to the African Americans?)
In case you still have some slightest doubts about the plausibility of my wild card scenarios in a total malice world of the Honesty Microphone, here was what being recorded on the audience’s response:
Terry Gou received a 10 seconds long loud clapping sounds and applause showing highest respects to him after he delivered his speech at the part of asking the UK small newspapers reporters to roll back home to care about their own internal affairs.
Source: Sing Tao 27-28 June 2015 Australia edition.