Frightening Scenes: Beijing’s Brutal Dirty Laundry

By Spencer Warren
The Washington Times
July 20, 2007

Fake baby milk formulas and soy sauce made from human hair. Safety recalls of children’s toys, tires and other products, including 900,000 tubes of toothpaste containing a poison used in antifreeze. Pet food poisoned by a chemical (made from coal) secretly added to animal feed, making an estimated 14,000 U.S. pets ill and killing at least 16.

These recent stories put in concrete form the reality of what a primitive country China still is….

Read the rest:
http://washingtontimes.com/article/20070720/
EDITORIAL/107200017/1013/editorial

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2 Responses to “Frightening Scenes: Beijing’s Brutal Dirty Laundry”

  1. preciousmetal Says:

    All of these things come as no surprise.

    While you call the Chinese primitive (which is broad but probably correct) I think they are smart for a primitive people. They know how to manipulate and play the dirty game with the rest of them. Never underestimate the Chinese.

  2. Charlene Says:

    I have had a number of customers visit my boutique this past week asking where our clothing and jewelry is produced. We have made a consicious decision to boycott China. We must be determined and disiciplined!!!The dollar speaks louder than words.

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