Just last month, the whole controversy of the Swedish government deciding to go against those criticising Anne Frank, a Jewish holocaust survivor while allowing the burning of the Quran sparked rage among Malaysians. It then led to a massive boycott announcement among netizens.
Malaysians still love their IKEA moment
It appears that Malaysians have forgiven the Swedish companies and that they are headed towards it in droves. As usual, the convenience of the household brand is noted and they also serve delicious meals.
Other netizens claimed that there was never really a boycott for IKEA and that it was full even during Sweden’s controversy. Another person stated, “I think the boycott won’t hurt the guys who did the burning. It’s not like they care if you boycott IKEA.”
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