Sector SPDR ETF stops advertising with Pearson plc publisher of Islamist biased text books and promoter of Sharia compliant banks.
The facts and details for the above statements are also summarized at this Floridafamily.org article.
Clearly, Pearson plc is in a very strong position to influence the minds of America’s children as well as numbing the attitudes of Corporate America regarding the threat of Islamization in the United States. The best recourse that concerned citizens can take regarding Pearson plc’s business practices is to encourage other corporations not to advertise with the Pearson owned Financial Times (FT.com) and The Banker (TheBanker.com). This recourse will educate companies about Pearson plc’s troublesome business activities. Over time contacting advertisers should significantly reduce Corporate America's advertising interest in Pearson plc properties. The public needs to urge advertisers not to give their consumer dollars to companies that publish Islamist biased textbooks and promote Sharia ruled companies.
Florida Family Association sent out email alerts on February 26, 2014 and March 1, 2014 that encouraged supporters to send emails urging Sector SPDR ETFs’ parent companies ALPS Distributors and DST Systems, Inc. to stop advertising with the Financial Times and other Pearson plc businesses. Thousands of concerned consumers sent their emails.
Bank of America stopped advertising at the Pearson plc owned Financial Times web site within days of Florida Family Association sending out an email alert regarding the banks advertisements.
Sector SPDR ETF stopped advertising weeks ago.
Florida Family Association will continue to educate companies about Pearson plc's business practices and urge those corporations not to patronize Pearson businesses with American consumer dollars.