Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products

Juan Bandido Shares Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made ProductsJuan Bandido Shares Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products

Note from the Editor: This Opinion/Editorial is based on Juan Bandido’s post in Facebook. He is a Filipino patriot currently residing in the United States of America. He is a graduate of the University of the Philippines. He prefers to remain anonymous. The editor has sought and acquired permission from Juan Bandido to republish his “Reasons Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products” in the South China Sea News Today website. Because the original post is written in the “Social Media” context, the editor has made minor changes to the original text. Annotations are identified by italicized text enclosed in [square brackets]. Also, the editor has reformatted the post to emphasize important points in Juan Bandido’s post.


Here are the Top Reasons Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products:

1. Currency Manipulation

Currency Manipulation

Beijing devalues Yuan for third time sparking fears of a currency war

In just a little over 3 decades, China has managed [to produce] about 90% of all worldwide consumer goods.

How did they manage to do this? By purposely devaluating their monetary exchange, [they] lure foreign Corporations and Capitalists [to move their businesses] to China.

Who benefits? Certainly not the billions of Chinese laborers who get paid slave wages. Worldwide Consumers? Think again. The cheap prices we pay for these goods are in exchange for the JOBS we [lose] when factories [move to China.] [This is] not to mention the “cheap and disposable quality of the goods we are paying for” and the proliferation of [fake and improperly processed food products] being sold to 3rd world markets.

Who then? Big Corporations, a handful of Billionaires, and of course, the “Chinese Ruling Class”.

Now I ask again: “Will these PROFITS ever “trickle” down to us?” Maybe if they bring back the Factories to the respective origin countries.

2. Environmental Impact

This picture taken on December 13, 2011 shows a woman collecting a sample of the red polluted water flowing from a sewer into the Jian River in Luoyang, north China's Henan province. The cause of the river becoming apocalyptic in character was red dye being dumped into the city's storm water pipe network, by two illegal dye workshops,the Luoyang Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau said on December 14, 2011, as authorities said they were working to shut down the workshops, and to disassemble the workshops' machinery. AFP PHOTO CHINA OUT

This picture taken on December 13, 2011 shows a woman collecting a sample of the red polluted water flowing from a sewer into the Jian River in Luoyang, north China’s Henan province. The cause of the river becoming apocalyptic in character was red dye being dumped into the city’s storm water pipe network, by two illegal dye workshops,the Luoyang Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau said on December 14, 2011, as authorities said they were working to shut down the workshops, and to disassemble the workshops’ machinery. AFP PHOTO CHINA OUT

BECAUSE of the rapid Industrialization of China, not only are they the largest producer of Consumer goods, but [also] the largest producer of “Greenhouse Gases”, pollutants, and Industrial toxic wastes as well.

[China has] neither restrictions nor safeguards against this. [The] Chinese Ruling Class will look the other way so as not to encumber manufacturing in their factories. It is good if  [these pollutants and wastes are contained] within their boundaries, but [what’s] to prevent them [from] leaking  out into the oceans and the atmosphere?

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3. Greed

Chinese Oil Rig in Vietnamese Waters

A semi-submersible drilling rig similar to China’s rig in disputed waters. Credit: Vidar Løkken / Wiki

With rapid Industrialization comes an insatiable need for resources. This is what [gives] rise to [China’s] “9 Dash Line” claim. This also gives them [the pretext] to “Flex Their Military Muscle”, consolidate their control over the disputed seas, and relentlessly exploit the natural resources of their “weaker neighbors” without regard to the destruction of ecological habitats.

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Citizens of the World, let us all unite in opposing China’s Imperialistic Dreams. Boycott Chinese made goods, buy locally produced goods or produced elsewhere but China, and convince Corporations to bring back Manufacturing to their respective countries.

“Citizens of the World, let us all unite in opposing China’s Imperialistic Dreams. Boycott Chinese made goods, buy locally produced goods or produced elsewhere but China, and convince Corporations to bring back Manufacturing to their respective countries.”

If you believe in this cause, please share with your friends around the world.

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Reasons Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products

Reasons Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products

 

Sources:

  1. China Declares Currency Independence
  2. Fears over toxic cocktail as death toll from Tianjin port blasts rises to 56
  3. In High Seas, China Moves Unilaterally
  4. Pentagon Report Reveals Chinese Military Developments

About the Author

Juan Bandido
Juan Bandido
Juan Bandido, is a Filipino currently residing in the United States of America. He is a graduate of the University of the Philippines. He is a guest contributor of the South China Sea News Today.

3 Comments on "Why We Should BOYCOTT China and Chinese Made Products"

  1. Joseph Long | June 6, 2016 at 8:32 am | Reply

    Good Job! All people who love freedom,no matter inside or outside China ,should unite to boycott the communist China regime.

  2. Oh,you the fucking mother fucker.
    Chinese people are living a good life.NOT like what you say.Shut your Fucking mouth up!Your mouth is as nasty as your mother’s pussy!

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