There’s a poster I’ve seen for years which shows someone with a noose tied lightly around his neck, standing before and watering a still-small tree labeled “communism.” I mention that because image because it’s not only our political class that’s sold out to China. We have too. Cheap Chinese products are every bit as much a drug as fentanyl is and we need to kick the habit before we hang ourselves with the monster tree we kept watering.
I will almost invariably go for the cheapest product available. Over the years, though, I learned that many of the Chinese-made goods I bought were costing me a lot of money because they were so cheaply made that they were instantly useless. I am not alone in this discovery.
In 2010, when the American media was still allowed to criticize China, CBS published an article summing up the problems with Chinese-made goods:
My house is full of crap that was made in China. (Hint: I’m not using the term “crap” as a synonym for “stuff”.) My house is pretty typical in that way. […]
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