Got to Love the Chinese Government

So, just how dangerous was that new letter to China that the Pope issued last week? Dangerous enough to get it banned from Chinese websites.

But, as some Catholic gift suppliers have told us, the factories there are run humanely and follow proper safety procedures, so it’s all good. Unless you are making bricks. Or fireworks. Or fur coats. Or toothpaste. Or cough medicine. Or pet food. Or processing fish. But apart from that, everything is fine. Unless you have a problem with China threatening military action against Taiwan.

But apart from child slavery, cruelty to animals, toxins in your medicine and food, the destruction of Marian shrines, threats of military force against Taiwan, the imprisonment of Catholic bishops, the burning of churches, forced organ harvesting, forced sterilization and abortion and the persecution of Christians in general, everything is fine in China.

I can’t understand why anyone would have a problem buying products from there.


4 Responses to Got to Love the Chinese Government

  1. […] Corruption, desecration and toxic fish: Made in China Posted By: Mark  Published in Human Rights, China 10Jul Ian over at Musings from a Catholic Bookstore gives everyone a nice fresh look at Chinese corruption and “industry” in this post: […]

  2. […] Ian over at Musings from a Catholic Bookstore did a great job of hammering the Chinese last week, in his post “Got to love the Chinese Government“. […]

  3. GFvonB says:

    So does Aquinas and More refuse to sell items that are made in China?

  4. Ian says:

    Yes, we do refuse.

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