Bolton has signed a new sponsorship deal. They call it a partnership these days, but it's with a company from Korea called Hanwha to be a new sponsor at the Reebok. Hanwha will be placing advertisements around the stadium espousing their advances in solar energy. Sounds good right? Wanderers can always use the money from something like this. There is a problem though. Hanwha produces landmines. Or to be fair, they produced landmines in the past, and may still do so.
No matter what one's political affiliation, I think we can agree on landmines being one of the most horrible inventions in human history. South Korea is one of the few industrialized countries in the world that still allows the production of landmines, although the government claims none have been manufactured since 2000.
Either way, questions remain. Are Hanwha's profits blood-money? Should Bolton Wanderers not only accept that money, but enter into a "partnership" with this company? Have Hanwha done anything wrong in manufacturing a product to meet worldwide demand?