The Sellout Sells Out: John China and his cowardly apology to Beijing

John China (as many are calling him online) has spent his entire career kowtowing to and obeying others, whether Vince McMahon, directors, and now Chinese politicians.  For someone who plays a “tough guy” on screen, he has the spine of a jellyfish, ready to bow and scrape on command.

John Cena Apologizes to China for Calling Taiwan a Country

John Cena on Tuesday posted a video in which he apologized to fans in China after he referred to Taiwan as a country.

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“I made a mistake,” Cena said in his apology video, according to The New York Times. “Now I have to say one thing which is very, very, very important: I love and respect China and Chinese people. I’m very sorry for my mistakes. Sorry. Sorry. I’m really sorry. You have to understand that I love and respect China and Chinese people.”

Cena made the Taiwan comment in an interview with Taiwanese broadcaster TVBS, where he reportedly said, “Taiwan is the first country that can watch [F9].”

You might initially think I’m saying this as someone living in Taiwan with ambitions of dual citizenship, but that’s not the reason.  What I want to know is:

Where’s the white outrage at all those pandering to the CCP?

Those who blew their stack over Black athletes kneeling called them “traitors” despite the fact said Black athletes want the US to improve and fix its problems.  But when the NBA, a fake athlete like John Cena and hollywood studios cower and cater to Beijing, there’s nary a word.

The public and governments say nothing (*) when olympic athletes are threatened with expulsion for talking about human and LGBTQIA rights during the olympics (especially 2022 in China) because “that’s political”.  And yet the same public and governments claim it “isn’t political” when mass murdering dictatorships bribe their way into hosting the olympics and world cup.

(* Well, governments do say something, but usually it’s “shut up and run”, as Slavery Avery told US athletes in 1968.)


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  1. jrkrideau says

    i have never heard of John Cena before but check his/major movie company sales figures in the PRC. That may explain the behaviour.