17.10.2011

Edycja III / Edition III : Konkurs/ Contest

Pytanie konkursowe :D
Zasady kokursu (jeśli nie pamiętasz) znajdziesz tutaj :)
Contest' Questions :D
Rules are here :) (if you don't remember)

PYTANIE 1 (dotyczące Libanu):

Jedna z najbardziej rozpoznawanych firm (marek) na świecie naraziła się Libańczykom za wspieranie (finansowanie) jednej z armii. Jak nazywa się ta firma i którą armię wspierała?

Odpowiedź:
Chodziło o firmę Starbucks, która według niektórych źródeł finansowała armię izraelską.

Między Libanem i Izraelem od wielu lat istnieje konflikt. Więcej informacji na ten temat bojkotu firmy Starbucks znajdziecie klikając w poniższe linki:

(PL) http://www.rp.pl/artykul/248365.html?print=tak

(ENG) http://www.inminds.com/boycott-starbucks.html

(ENG) http://www.nowlebanon.com/NewsArchiveDetails.aspx?ID=85813

(ENG) http://news.starbucks.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=200


QUESTION 1 (about Lebanon)

Lebanese boycotted one of the most popular company around the world because this company supports (financially) some army. How this company is called and which army was funding by them?

Answer:

It's Starbucks Company and according to some sources they support Israeli Army.

There have been calls for boycott of Starbucks stores and products because it is alleged that Starbucks sends part of its profits to the Israeli military. This charge is leveled due to the fact that the President, Chairman and CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz is Jewish. It has been long alleged that Schultz is "an active Zionist"[154] and is a recipient of several Israeli awards including "The Israel 50th Anniversary Tribute Award" for "playing a key role in promoting a close alliance between the United States and Israel."[154] In response to these allegations Starbucks issued a statement saying “Neither Chairman Howard Schultz nor Starbucks fund or support the Israeli Army. Starbucks is a non-political organization and does not support individual political causes.” Starbucks has been a regular target of activists protesting against the Israeli intervention in Gaza. Starbucks was forced to close a store in Beirut, Lebanon because of demonstrators shouting anti-Israel slogans and causing customers to flee. Protesters in Beirut told the Associated Press that they targeted Starbucks because they claim Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz donates money to the Israeli military. They hung several banners on the shop's window and used white tape to paste a Star of David over the green-and-white Starbucks sign. They also distributed a letter saying Schultz "is one of the pillars of the American Jewish lobby and the owner of the Starbucks," which they said donates money to the Israeli military. Starbucks responded by saying "Rumors that Starbucks Coffee Company and its management support Israel are unequivocally false. ... Starbucks is a nonpolitical organization and does not support political causes. Further, political preferences of a Starbucks partner [employee] at any level have absolutely no bearing on Starbucks company policies."
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starbucks#Alleged_relationship_with_the_Israeli_military)

More information you will find here:

http://www.inminds.com/boycott-starbucks.html

http://www.nowlebanon.com/NewsArchiveDetails.aspx?ID=85813

http://news.starbucks.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=200


QUESTION 2 (about Poland)

In 2010, LECH brewery apologized members of PiS (one of the political party in Poland). Why did they do it?

Answer:

The brewery apologized Members of PiS because they placed a giant billboard in front of the Forum hotel in Krakow. That’s coincidentally in opposite Wawel cathedral, where Lech Kaczyński and his wife Maria (two of 52 air crash victims in Smolensk, Russia) were buried. On the billboard Lech brand used a slogan Zimny Lech - ‘Cold Lech’ which they adopted a few years before the accident.

Read more:

http://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCATRE67120W20100802

http://www.cafebabel.co.uk/article/34812/cathedral-lech-kaczynski-hotel-ad-beer-controversy.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1299911/Outrage-brewery-advertises-Cold-Lech-beer-tomb-Polish-President-Lech-Kaczynski.html




14 komentarzy:

  1. Podpowiedź: Firma ta zajmuje się branża gastronomiczną.

    Hints: (about Poland)- the case concerns Polish last president.

    (about Lebanon) the company operates in gastronomy' industry.

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  2. Nestle ?! a wspiewrali Izraelską armię ?!

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  3. Ciepło :D ale to jeszcze nie to :)

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  4. jak cieplo to moze Starbucks?

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  5. Tak chodziło nam o Starbucks i wspieranie finansowe armii izraelskiej. heheheh zatem musimy Was poznać kochani. Każde z Was odpowiedziało po połowie. No chyba nagroda na pół? heheh :P Gratulujemy Wam :D

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  6. A tak poważnie oboje dostaniecie po upominku z Libanu :D

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  7. a moze coca cola ... oni maja jakies tam koneksje z Nestle ... ?

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  8. Hint: (about Poland): the case concerns Kraków (Cracow) - city where is Wawel the kings' castel.

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  9. Boowa kochany nagrodę już masz :D A wszystkie wymienione przez Ciebie firmy były bojkotowane - owszem. Zaczęło się jednak od Starbucksa, a później kolejne amerykańskie koncerny, którym na całym Bliskim Wschodzie zarzucono politykę pro-izraelską :)

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  10. The last hint (about Poland) - this case concerns the slogan which was used on the billboard.

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  11. Why LECh brewery apologized? Check above - we already publish the answer.

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  12. ha, no ja sobie masowego bojkotu tych wszystkich brandow nie moge wyobrazic, nawet ze starbucks nie wychodzi. licze na to ze nagrode mi sie uda kiedys odebrac osobiscie :)

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  13. Jak sobie życzysz :D

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