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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Companies Who Buy Products From China to Sell To US

This page lists U.S. Companies that buy Chinese goods. By doing so, they not only support Communism BUT also cooperate with China in selling shoddy and dangerous products to the American public. They are as guilty as China is in screwing over us, robbing us of jobs. When we buy Chinese products, we also collaborate and cooperate with them, to our own detriment.

This article copied and excerpted from "BOYCOTT CHINA"

edited for length

Boycott all items from China.....

If our government won't say NO to China, then we can. The junk coming from there is of low quality anyway.

Keep our jobs by refusing to buy from Communist countries.

The following U.S.A. companies sell the stuff from CHINA. They sell other items that are not from China so remember to look at the tags before buying.

Also let them know that you don't like them buying the junk from China. If you find out that something you bought came from China, take it back and tell them the reason you are bringing it back is because you don't want to buy anything from China and they should not be promoting Communism.

Check back because the list is growing all the time.

These merchants have been identified to carry Chinese goods.

These places Directly Support communism by buying and selling China goods.

Gateway Computers


Dell computers

Kestrel Bicycles - they have recently begun having their bicycles

made in China.


DSI toys

Uneeda toys

Motormax toys

Irwin toys

Excite toys

Hasbro toys


Totsy toys

Gigo toys

Little tikes toys

Redbox toys

Tyco toys

Windmere toys


COOPER INDUSTRIES (aka) Cooper Menvier, Cooper Power Systems, Cooper Lighting, Cooper Crouse-Hinds, Cooper Tools and Cooper Bussmann. Home office Chase Tower 600 Travis, Suite 5800 Houston, Texas 77002-1001

Hi-Tec Shoes



Toys R Us

J C Penney Company

Albertsons stores

Paul's Markets

Wal-Mart (A very high percentage of their goods)

Kmart (A very high percentage of their goods)



Rite Aid (A very high percentage of their goods)

Target (A very high percentage of their goods)



America Online Inc



Pier 1

Ultimate Electronics

Play School products

Mattel toys

Dr. Scholl's shoes

Home Depot

Almost all tennis shoes... Check before buying

Lucas Arts Check all of their products
Check the Star Wars toys before buying, most are made in China. If ordering online, make sure you ask if its made in China before ordering or return it.

Shoes on the web company at at

And I am finding more all the time. If you find one please email to

Don't buy Chinese goods. Boycott China. Remember Tiananmen Square

Blogger Kvatch said...

I'd love to give up Dell computers, except that my employers keep buying them for me.

Sunday, April 19, 2009 10:36:00 PM



  • At Sunday, April 19, 2009 10:36:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I'd love to give up Dell computers, except that my employers keep buying them for me.

  • At Monday, April 20, 2009 2:41:00 AM , Blogger The Future Was Yesterday said...

    Would it have been easier to list the U.S. companies that DON'T buy from China?

    The problem is, we have no manufacturing base anymore. It's buy chink crap or go without.

  • At Monday, April 20, 2009 7:22:00 AM , Blogger betmo said...

    one solution- don't buy stuff. reuse, reduce, recycle. only buy when you NEED to. be aware of what you are buying as best you can- but i am afraid future is correct. even 'made in america' means 'assembled'- as the parts are probably actually made in china.

  • At Monday, March 29, 2010 8:22:00 AM , Blogger jjazzme said...

    I have witnessed and am continuing to watch the self destruction of my country. Anytime a country relies on slave labor for a large part of their economy economic failure is not far behind. Now that the country is addicted to cheep products the withdrawal symptoms are so great that I fear the cure will kill the patient.


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