View Full Version : Why is China Poisoning Us with their Exports?

07-12-2007, 11:53 AM
What else don't we know about?

Seafood, dogfood and now toothpaste.

07-31-2007, 12:50 PM
I was recently talking to my Father who works for the CFIA "Canadian Food Inspection Agency" and he told me the chinese exported millions of pounds of contaminated animal feed to Canada. He has had to quarantine 3 feed mills with this contaminated material. The people who are going to be affected by this are the cattle and pig farmers of alberta, They have to pay the price since they already purchased the feed they have to dystroy all of it and buy new feed, as if the farmers have not suffered enough. Frankly i'm getting sick and tired of all this bullshit the Chinese continue to send us.

I believe we should boycott all animal feed products from China!

08-15-2007, 06:12 PM
Outsourcing to China by Mattel produces deadly lead-based toys and baby bibs in America!

Who is poisoning us?

The United States, China or both?

08-15-2007, 07:59 PM
China has been on a thirty year "silent-war" to destroy America, with a little help from some 'friends" (traitors, globalist, free-traders etc..) how long till the sheeple stop buying their poisonous shoddy products?

08-15-2007, 08:02 PM
redrat11 wrote:
China has been on a thirty year "silent-war" to destroy America, with a little help from some 'friends" (traitors, globalist, free-traders etc..) how long till the sheeple stop buying their poisonous shoddy products?

Unless you know they're posionous, you don't stop buying them.

When outsourcing is what the corporate conglomerates do, it's not like you have a choice.

Fascist America, RedRat.

Wake up!

08-15-2007, 08:06 PM
BlueAngel wrote:

redrat11 wrote:
China has been on a thirty year "silent-war" to destroy America, with a little help from some 'friends" (traitors, globalist, free-traders etc..) how long till the sheeple stop buying their poisonous shoddy products?

Unless you know they're posionous, you don't stop buying them.

When outsourcing is what the corporate conglomerates do, it's not like you have a choice.

Fascist America, RedRat.

Wake up!

I just seen on the news right now that lots of American made toy makers are now reaping the harvest of sheeple that have stopped buying crap from China, it said there are 80 American companies that make toys in America still. compared to over 10,000 in China, (of which all used to be American Companies.)

08-15-2007, 10:14 PM
Mattel outsources to China and China exports to the USA and in the process poisons us.

Mattel and CHINA reap the benefits twofold.

Mattel saves on cost and China profits on exports.

The toys are made in China for US companies.

Most people don't look at the "made in" sticker. They could care less.

It's more about cost.

09-26-2007, 05:06 PM

Toy garden tools, trains latest 'made in China' recalls 1 hour, 32 minutes ago

WASHINGTON (AFP) - US retailing giant Target Corp. announced a voluntary recall of Chinese-made toy gardening tools and children's lawn furniture containing "excessive levels of lead," the company said in a statement Wednesday.

The recall affects some 350,000 toys bearing the "Happy Giddy Gardening Tools" and "Sunny Patch Children's Chairs" logos, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based retailer said, in the latest of a spate of recalls that have sullied the "Made-in-China" brand in the United States.

Meanwhile, the RC2 Corporation on Wednesday announced that it too would voluntarily recall five "Thomas and Friends" wooden toy train items made in China, due to lead paint levels that exceed US Consumer Product Safety Commission standards.

The new recalls, RC2 said, affect up to 200,000 toy units distributed domestically and some 69,000 units sold outside the United States.

Those recalls follow a forced recall in June of 1.5 million "Thomas and Friends" wooden toy trains because the items were finished with lead paint.

The US banned the use of lead paint on toys in 1978 on health grounds and earlier this month US lawmakers questioned industry executives over what was being done to stop dangerous Chinese-made toys being imported.

The US toy industry is vying to ward off a mounting political storm and increasing public fear about the safety of Chinese-made products following a series of mass recalls in recent months.

China produces most of the world's toys and operates around 20,000 toy-making plants, according to some estimates.

Concern over Chinese toy exports -- some with lead paint, some with other safety defects -- have led to the recalls now numbering in millions of items and affect some of America's more popular brands, including Barbie dolls, and some of its marquee companies and retailers like Mattel, Fisher Price, and Toys "R" US.

At a US congressional hearing earlier this month, one lawmaker went as far as to say that the "made in China" label had now to become a warning label that consumers would try to steer clear of.

Concerns also are on the rise overseas. The European Commission earlier this month said it may ban some Chinese-made goods unless Beijing demonstrates it is effectively dealing with potentially dangerous products.

09-26-2007, 05:18 PM
Again Congress relegated it's duties to "Internationalist,Free-Traders,Crooks, Thieves, Lobbyists, etc...) 5 years ago the import labeling act was passed (that's probably not the right nanme) and with that legislation, every FOOD PRODUCT being imported into the U.S. was required to have import nation origination labeling, NOT ONE DAMM enforcement of that law is evident anywhere.

11-08-2007, 08:20 PM
Curious George dolls linked to lead
Thu Nov 8, 2007
5:37 PM ET

WASHINGTON - About 175,000 Curious George Plush Dolls were recalled Thursday, becoming the latest popular toy made in China found to be contaminated with dangerous levels of lead.

Manufactured by Marvel Toys, of New York, N.Y., the Curious George dolls contain excessive levels of lead in their surface paint, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Although no reports of illnesses connected to this product have been reported, lead is toxic if ingested by young children. Children's products found to have more than 0.06 percent lead accessible to users are subject to a recall.

The recalled dolls have a plastic face and are sold in five different models, including "birthday," "fireman," "sweet dreams," "tool time" and "tool time with a soft face." They were sold with Curious George story or activity books at toy and discount department stores nationwide from December 2005 through August 2007.

Consumers can contact Marvel Toys at 800-352-2064 or visit http://www.regcen.com/curiousgeorge for more information and to receive a full refund.

About 51,000 Children's Fashion Sunglasses, imported and distributed by Dolgencorp Inc. of Goodlettsville, Tenn., were also recalled Thursday because of dangerous levels of lead. No injuries have been reported.

The recalled sunglasses, made in China, are yellow colored with the UPC No. 400007860896. They were sold at Dollar General stores nationwide from March 2005 through October 2007. Consumers can return the sunglasses to any Dollar General store for a full refund. For more information, call 800-678-9258 or visit http://www.dollargeneral.com.

11-08-2007, 08:22 PM
Associated Press

Aqua Dots, a highly popular holiday toy, has been pulled from shelves in North America and Australia after scientists found they contain a chemical that converts into a powerful date rape drug when ingested.

The item, which had been heavily advertised, had appeared on many toy experts’ list of must-have holiday toys. Wal-Mart named it a top toy pick this holiday season.

Two children in the U.S. and three in Australia were hospitalized after swallowing the beads.

The toys are called Bindeez in Australia, where they were named toy of the year at an industry function earlier this year.

It could not immediately be learned whether Aqua Dots beads are made in the same Chinese factories as the Bindeez product.

The toy beads are sold in general merchandise stores and over the Internet for use in arts and crafts projects. They can be arranged into designs and fused together when sprayed with water.

Scientists say a chemical coating on the beads, when ingested, metabolizes into the so-called date rape drug gamma hydroxy butyrate. When eaten, the compound — made from common and easily available ingredients — can induce unconsciousness, seizures, drowsiness, coma and death.

The recall of 4.2 million packages of Aqua Dots in the U.S. was announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission on Wednesday several hours after published reports about the recall in Australia.

In Australia, the toys were ordered off store shelves on Tuesday when officials learned that a 2-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl were hospitalized after swallowing the beads. A 19-month-old toddler also was being treated.

The news jolted the toy industry because Aqua Dots has been one of the few bright stars of the toy selling season, which, along with overall retailing, has gotten off to a sluggish start.

Details: (800) 622-8339 or www.aquadotsrecall.com.

405,000 toys pose lead danger

Meanwhile, a separate recall was announced for 405,000 children’s products made in China, most of them toy cars, because of dangerous levels of lead.

The recall includes about 380,000 Pull-Back Action Toy Cars imported by Dollar General Merchandising Inc. of Goodlettsville, Tenn., and 7,500 Dragster and Funny Car toys imported by International Sourcing Ltd. of Springfield, Mo.

Four of the recalled products were imported by Schylling Associates Inc. of Rowley, Mass., including the items Duck Family Collectable Wind-Up Toy, Dizzy Ducks Music Box, “Robot 2000” collectable tin robot and Winnie-the-Pooh Spinning Top.

Details: www.cpsc.gov.

11-08-2007, 09:14 PM
Scratch that.

Not clear yet.

11-11-2007, 08:41 PM
It wouldn't have anything to do with Monsantos selling GM Rice to China that caused miscarriages and all kinds of ills would it. Also sold them a chemical that done the same. This started in 2001.

While China doesn't want more population they also probably don't want outside interference either.

11-12-2007, 07:46 AM
First of all, exposure to small amounts of mercury and lead over time can cause a break-down of the immune system.

Compromise the immune system.

Responsible for many disorders.

Quite possibly, autism, ADHD, and, as such, not dismissing Mercury in vaccinations as a contributing factor.

Mercury and lead are in the environment, cleaning products, etc.

It wouldn't be beyond comprehension that the American companies whose products are made in China and exported to the US are well aware of the inclusion of lead.

Who knows for how long this has been ongoing!

11-25-2007, 10:50 AM
another point i would like to make is that not all of the recalled toys have been pulled from shelves. I work a Toy's R us and the above mention thomas and friends train table is still on the shelves. I sell about 5 or 6 of these train tables a day. another thing is in the stock room there are 5 or six pallets filled with recalled merchandise, and almost daily another recall letter reaches the manager's. another thing i will add before i'm finished, when we get a shipment and i have to unload the truck every box i see is made in china. not a single one is ever made in canada or made in u.s.a all china.

09-29-2008, 07:42 PM
Baby milk?

2008 Chinese milk scandal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Chinese_Milk_Scandal)

09-29-2008, 07:45 PM
Cadbury chocolate recalled.

Cadbury Recalls China Chocolate - Health and Science - CBN News (http://www.cbn.com/CBNnews/454141.aspx)

10-02-2008, 08:44 AM
The same chemical that was found in baby milk in China has been found in candy in Connecticut.

Candy with chemical in Chinese milk found in Conn. - Yahoo! News (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081001/ap_on_bi_ge/candy_melamine)

10-31-2008, 11:11 PM
Hey, here's a brilliant idea.

Why don't the American companies who have their products produced by CHINA, bring their production back to America and STOP allowing them to poison and kill people in the process.

It just might create jobs here in America.

Gee, what a concept!

When was the last time you read a label that said, "made in the USA?"

Obviously, these companies prefer to use cheap labor to increase their revenue and, apparently, producing safe products that don't kill is not China's main concern. Their main concern is cutting costs for these companies and so, too, is that the main concern of the American companies who allow China to produce their products without any oversight as far as safety is concerned.

Nestle sends experts for melamine tests in China - Yahoo! News (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081031/ap_on_bi_ge/as_china_nestle)

The Old Medic
02-06-2009, 10:50 AM
First of all, China is also poisoning their own people with their own products. They have very little in the way of consumer protection laws, etc. And since over 50% oftheir manufacturing is owned by the Chinese military, they are not about to crack down too hard.

As to bringing all of that production back to the USA. It's a brilliant idea.

The USA used to manufacture all of their own radios, televisions, microwave ovens, etc, etc. But the consumers CHOSE to purchase cheaper products made overseas. Gradually, the American companies went out of business, or sold out to foreigh manufacturers. So, today there are no televisions, no radios, no stereos, no microwaves, etc. manufactured in the USA with the one exception of Bose products (which are very, very expensive).

RCA is owned by a French company, Zenith no longer exists, and so on and so on.

Just try to get the consumer to "Buy American". They won't do it.

And we simply can not produce most products as cheaply as they can be made in foreign countries, and then be shipped to us.

The American car companies can not compete because their labor costs are 40% higher than the labor costs of the foreign companies. The American companies pay tens of thousands of people full salaries, that are not working. The Unions say, "we made wage concessions". Yes they did, for FUTURE employees, but not for anyone employed now. So, in 25-30 years, the wage structure will be the same for the American companies, if they still exist. I doubt if any of them will still be around by then.

Sadly, the American workers have priced all too many of their products right out of the market. And with the democrats in charge of congress, the wages will just go higher and higher, making the problem worse and worse.

11-24-2009, 06:27 PM
More poisoning of America by the Chinese with Chinese drywall.

Chinese Drywall Problems May Impact 300,000 Homes Nationwide

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The Chinese drywall attorneys (http://www.youhavealawyer.com/blog/2009/03/23/chinese-drywall-lawyers/) at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential lawsuits on behalf of homeowners who have homes that were built with the bad drywall. Millions of pounds of defective drywall were imported into the United States between 2002 and 2007, after a shortage of U.S.-made drywall was caused by a housing boom and construction surge following the 2005 hurricanes.

The Chinese drywall problems (http://www.aboutlawsuits.com/topics/chinese-drywall/) have been linked to the presence of strontium sulfide and elemental sulfur, which could generate hydrogen sulfide, corbonyl sulfide and carbon disulfide when exposed to high relative humidity or heat. These gases can produce a strong smell of rotten eggs, corrode electrical wiring and copper throughout the home, and destroy air conditioners and other appliances.
Serious health problems have also been linked to the toxic drywall, including:

Respiratory Irritation
Eye Irritation
Nose Bleeds
Difficulty BreathingMost of the reported Chinese drywall issues have surfaced in the southeast, where humid and moist conditions exist. However, homeowners throughout the United States may have the defective drywall, even if they have not yet experienced problems. Problems have been discovered so far in Florida, Louisiana, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and California.


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11-26-2009, 03:17 AM
HaHaHa, "Chinese Drywall", that even sounds funny. The Chinese have been poisoning us for years with Kung Pow chicken. Now drywall? Ha Ha !


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12-01-2009, 02:51 AM
I can assume that Mattel and CHINA are playing a horrific game against Amarica? Is Obama listening?