Check That Bar-Code & Don’t Buy ‘Made In China!’

Folks often ask ‘what action can I take against China’s oppression of Tibetans?’ of course there’s a whole lot of activism, ranging from online lobbying of Governments Senators and Congress Members, exposing via the internet and social media cases of political prisoners, joining rallies and awareness raising events. There’s online actions right here on our Blog for people to get involved with, but you know sometimes it’s hard to devote time or maybe for some it’s kinda intimidating to join a political cause. So what about such folk is there any way they can get involved and oppose the tyranny of the Chinese Regime? You betcha! It’s as easy as looking at your watch, next time you go to the Mall or Supermarket simply check the bar-code of any product you are considering and if its first digits are 690 to 699 then you can be sure its produced in China. Now why on earth would a consumer choose something that may well have been produced by child-labor, as recently evidenced by Samsung’s decision to suspend a Chinese company as a supplier which was exploiting children under 16 years of age! or in one of the many forced labor camps which are run by the Chinese regime. An alarming insight into such abuse emerged with a  recent item purchased from an English company, Primark that contained a handwritten note which said:  “We work 15 hours per day and the food we eat wouldn’t even be given to dogs or pigs,”

So next time your out shopping take some action against human rights violations, choose to not fund China’s Regime and show active solidarity with Tibet!

 

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