Every day millions of our dollars are being sucked
into a country whose government desires no less than the destruction of
the United States.
It's time to put this to a stop.
|I'm sorry to
announce that until further notice, I
cannot send out any more free "Boycott China" bumper stickers. My
finacial situation just does not allow me to spend the money at this
time. I have sent out over 1000 stickers since starting
this site and I appreciate the support that people have shown.
Maybe someday I can again resume sending out the stickers. I know
that some of you are probably waiting for stickers, but I have run out
and cannot get any more at this time. Please accept my apologies
send your comments to
include the words "Boycott China"
in the subject line, or else it will be automatically deleted by my
filters and I will not see it!!! ) Let me know what
think of the site, and if there is anything else you'd like to see
I must admit that I am impressed that Obama went ahead and met with the
Lama even with all the bitching that china is making about it.
" FYI - Amazon.com has stopped listing the
country of origin in their product details information. Until recently
(past 2 weeks), every item description had the manufacturing
nation/country disclosed. It appears that Amazon has positioned itself
as anti-consumer when it comes to allowing us to make an informed
Thanks for writing Steve! A shame that Amazon would do this.
Now we have Obama trying to deal with the chinese and it looks like
he's just as bad as the previous crop of idiots. Bowing and
kowtowing to the muderous thugs. Begging them to keep buying our
debt while we keep buying their crap. As with all of his other
promises, the one to bring back jobs to the US and crack down on
companies moving overseas was just a smokescreen. All of his
promises have an experation date and this one expired one day after the
I've been very depressed with the situation recently. This
probably shows in the pathetic effort I've been making to keep this
page updated. I've got a newborn and that is taking a lot of my
time up as well, but at least that's happy time spent. :) I'm
very discouraged whenever I go shopping for him though. I hand
made his crib and other furniture because all I could find was
MiC. Clothes are hard but there are some non-MiC items out
there. Trying to find a plush toy that is not MiC has proved to
be impossible. I have found some nice wood toys that are made in
Germany. When it comes time to get shoes for him I don't know
what I'm going to do as they are all MiC (or vietnam, which I also
don't buy). Maybe I can learn to be a cobbler?
A note on childrens clothes and accessories. I'd like to say
thanks to the Gerber company for having
quite a bit of their products not made in china. I'm not saying
that all of the items they have are not MiC, but at least some of them
are not. As opposed to companies like Carters, whom all of their
products I have seen are MiC.
How Can I Help?
There are many ways you can help in general, and a couple for me in
1: Pass the word to the people you know. Family and friends.
2: Let shopkeepers know when you do not buy a product because
it's made in china.
3: Write to your local paper. Letters to the editor or
complete articles for those who have the time.
4: I'm trying to find out how much support there would be for a
Federal law, the Online Consumers Protection Act ( OCPA ). This
would require that online retailers state the specific country of
origin for all products they sell online.
5: If you buy products online from
Amazon, and they arrive and you see that they are made in china, please
go to Amazon and tag the item "made in communist china". This way
people that make use of the tagging system can see which products are
made there. If you know certain products that are made there and
are available on Amazon ( such as the iPod, Playstation, XBox and so on
) then you can go to Amazon's web page and tag the item, even if you
didn't buy it from Amazon. Please help! The more people
that add this tag, the more effective it will be!
Last Updated Feb 18th, 2010
you get the wrong
idea, I have nothing against the chinese people. I've met and
known some really nice chinese people. The problem is the group
of butchers that have all of the power, and they're damn
determined to keep it and expand it out as much as possible, no
matter what it takes.
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