No More Chinese Communist Party

March 28, 2010

Should we boycott made in China?

Filed under: Uncategorized — carryanne @ 10:24 pm
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I am thinking yes, we should including big companies.  The CCP can control the middle class Chinese population because they are making money, and therefore things aren’t improving quickly.  Of course, I want the country to be successful and all people in China to make money, but, if it means that innocent people are have to suffer in labour camps etc etc etc. it’s not right and nobody should participate in supporting this regime.

ET: Google may not be alone for long. GoDaddy, an internet-domain firm best known in America for advertisements floating somewhere between provocative and bizarre, told a Congressional committee that CCP regulations for domain registration—including one that requires a domain buyer provide photo identification—left them “concerned for the security of individuals,” enough so that they could follow Google out the door.

An even bigger surprise came from India, where Dell is opening up a new computer production plant. According to India’s Prime Minister, this could be the start of a dramatic shift. The Daily Telegraph reported:

“Mr. Singh told the Hindustan Times: ‘This morning I met the chairman of Dell Corporation. He informed me that they are buying equipment and parts worth $25 billion from China (£16 billion). They would like to shift to safer environment with a climate conducive to enterprise with security of legal system.’…

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