ChAPTER 41 -- Part 6: Globalization and Resistance
Consumer internationalization was more than just American.
Japanese rock groups gained a large audience.
For several years, American children could not get enough of the Pokemon toy series.
The most admired woman in Muslim Iran was the opera hero.
South Korea, historically hostile to Japan, was open to popular Japanese music groups and cartoon animation.
European popular culture, including fashion and music groups, gained a lot of popularity around the world.
Korean popular culture, including music, began to penetrate the United States in the early 21st century.
The dress was internationalized to an extent.
There were blue jeans everywhere.
Western clothing was a major export item for Chinese manufacturing.
Western-style items, mostly clothing and shoes, were found in a Chinese market in eastern Russia.
The global epidemic of Obesity was caused by the international expansion of middle-class consumerism.
Resistance to American Obesity was roused by cultural globalization.
McDonald's became a symbol to attack by people who wanted to preserve local standards of food and culture.
Efforts to adapt other forms of global consumer culture, like the beauty pageants, showed the interest in slowing or modifying this aspect of globalization.
The Taliban in Afghanistan moved forcefully against any participation.
Contests over global culture became a standard part of life.
The penetration of cultural globalization varied depending on wealth and the degree of cultural tolerance.
There were limits to the amount of resources that could be used.
There were protests against globalization in December 1999 in Seattle, and they were angry that he couldn't do his Christmas shopping.
The man wasn't arrested after the police pulled the youth away.
Sea turtles and blue-jacketed union folk took off to promote global trade as the throng of to discuss further international tariff cuts in the interests of sea turtles and blue-jacketed union folk took off.
BradSpann, a Longshoreman from Tacoma, Seattle protests and some of the groups involved were described by St. Clair.
Brad winked at the meetings of the World Bank and said, "What the hell do you think of old Hoffa, involving many of the same groups and issues?"
The revolution will begin by sea turtles.
There is a protest pen next to a construction site near the United Methodist Church where 2000 people are gathered for a convention.
The director of the Sierra Club, Carl Pope, was called center after a large stage was erected for a march to the convention earlier.
The opening speech was given by the Earth Island Institute.
More than 500 sea turtle costumes were prepared by The Club for the marchers.
When the WTO tribunal ruled that Friends of the Earth was a threat to environmental laws, the sea turtle became the main symbol of the WTO's Standing.
Blackwelder looks so professional because he is required to be shambling manner.
It was an unfair trade barrier when caught with turtle excluder devices.
The most radical political group on the street was the environmentalists.
labor tired of his fellow green executives in the first showing of a new solidarity.
Don Kegley and environmentalist Ben White excoriated the WTO as a kind of global security force for the march.
After the speechifying most of the marchers headed back to crops and hormone-treated beef.
A group of French farmers formed a scientific committee to evaluate the health and McDonald's, a first step towards condemning U.S. policy on biotech foods.
Jose was the leader.
Still Vernet was in a jolly mood, Bove, a sheep farmer from Millau in southwest France and a lively and rejuvenated, if a little bewildered by the decorous nature leader of Confederation Paysanne, a French environmental of the crowd.
Americans seem to have been out of practice.
He told me that Bove was jailed in France for leading these things.
There is a McDonald's restaurant under construction.
At the time, he was awaiting charges that he destroyed a black Lexus parked on Pine Street, which was occupied by protesters of genetically engineered corn.
Bove said his raid had been avoided.
The U.S. promoted a McDonald's as belonging to a WTO delegate.
The European Union's refusal to import American hormones was joined by David beef.
Jacques Foster, Director for District 11 of the United Steelworkers of Chirac and Friends of the Earth, praised Bove for his defiance.
Bove said he was prepared America, one of the most articulate and unflinching labor to start a militant worldwide campaign against "Frankenstein" leaders in America.
They formed foods earlier this year.
Bove said that the actions will only stop when there is an unlikely union of radical environmentalists.