There are many problems in various parts of the European Union with Amazone, the largest online retailer in the world, for example, that does not pay much VAT after its activities in Europe. A group of MEPs is now fighting Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, because CCCP t-shirts, sickle axes and other Soviet-style things are available on Amazon.
A member of a Lithuanian party, Antanas Guoga, wrote an open letter to Bezos, which was joined by 26 deputies, most of the Eastern bloc countries, although there are also Spanish and British deputies among the signatories. On the Hungarian side, Fidesz Kósa Ádám stood out against the tyranny of bribery.
Guoga writes in his letter that the Soviet system claimed 60 million victims, and it is not good that Amazon, in violation of millions of affected Europeans, is making money from the memory of this system.
Other companies have already been able to stop the treachery of Soviet material, Walmart, the largest US supermarket chain, and Germany's Adidas, for example, have definitely removed these products from their shelves.