The Nudist Youth Group (NYYG) has purchased two motorcycle helmets from a motorcycle brand that’s also known as the Yamaha Motorcycle Company.NYYGs founder and CEO, Josh McKean, tweeted about the purchase at the beginning of the month.
The purchase was made by Yamaha Motorcycles’ brand “Kamalu,” which was originally known as “Yamaha Motorcycle”.
The purchase of these helmets by a brand whose history is one of bullying, bullying and censorship is not only unacceptable, but will lead to significant damage to the reputation of the NYYG.
This is a brand that is known for bullying and censoring people in their communities, not just on social media, as many people have pointed out.NYG’s head of global marketing, Alex Bhattacharya, also tweeted about a possible connection between the purchase and the banning of the Bollywood actress and model, Amrita Basu from the country for wearing a bikini on the red carpet at the Golden Globes earlier this year.
Bhattacharyas company, Pravana Marketing, is also a major player in the Bhopal gas tragedy that claimed over 1,000 lives and forced thousands of people to flee their homes.
The Bhopals gas disaster was a major catalyst for the formation of the NUDIST youth movement.
This movement has been called the “worlds first mass movement” due to the extreme poverty, social exclusion and social isolation faced by its participants.
The group also recently launched a Facebook page for “Youth Boxing Gloves,” which features photos of boys who wear gloves to protect themselves from the elements, and features a series of slogans, including “Get your gloves off, you dirty dirty child” and “Yasmina’s life was worth nothing.”
It also recently announced the formation on Twitter of “Yaadai,” a social media platform to share and discuss “the movement’s message.”
The group has since released its first set of “official” videos.
The YMCA, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the International Olympic Committee have all condemned the YMTA for the bullying and harassment it is subjected to in India.