Any metal product you buy from China is likely to have irradiated metals.
ANY product you buy in China was made by slave labor in some of the most brutal conditions imaginable.
DO NOT BUY FROM CHINA.
I 100% agree with you. But, it is becoming increasingly difficult to buy anything NOT made in China.
As much as I thought Donald Trump was a jackass with this presidential bid, he was spot on when he said our loss of manufacturing to China is one of our biggest weaknesses. Not many DC types have the guts to admit that, let alone do anything about it.
Something Made in USA could mean that it was assembled in USA with parts made in china.
See, the jeans may have been sewn in USA, but where does the fabric come from?
It’s getting depressing.
Time to look into how our grandparents lived.
Our people in charge have pretty much made it impossible to buy from anyone but China.
China can also route their poisons through other countries without having to put their name on it. We don’t have a chance in hell. Some small things, like dog toys we might be able to make ourselves...until they make that illegal.
Just like in the near future we will be MADE to have checking accounts at banks with fees paid to the government just for having one. Your SS check will have to go straight to the bank, another fee.
Just like the healthscam. We pay out the AZZ and get less freedom, less privacy, less ownership.
I have stopped buying anything that comes into contact with food..from china..mugs, dishes,etc pots and pans.
I bought some dishes from Poland, Italy or best yet from the USA.
the dog food I buy is from Blue Buffalo..all made in this country.i think Newman’s Own also is produced in Calif. and meets organic standards. I am taking no chances with me or my pupster!Sure, it might be a little more costly..but vet bills or the loss of my pupster is way more costly for me.
For bones, I go to the butcher and get her marrow bones, which she eats raw ( NOT cooked!).
Sadly a lot pharmaceutical ingredients or nutritional supplements are made in China.
When it comes to clothing, “Made in the USA” often means “Made in a sweatshop in L.A. by illegal aliens”. People like to imagine the gleaming textile mills of yore in North Carolina, filled with happy, near-middle-class, Republican-voting garment workers, but for the most part those places ceased to exist long ago. For better quality, non-Chinese clothing, look for “Made in Canada” or “Made in Turkey”, instead.