By Noor al Haqiqa
Snippits and Snappits
July 28, 2010
Yes, this is the case in China. Now become as thoroughly disgusted as I.
Buy North American or European or Middle Eastern, but do not buy anything that touches or enters your body from China.
I read a paper earlier today regarding how China is so thrifty and even recycles used condoms into hair bands!
My question is: Where do they get used condoms to begin with?
I never knew anyone who saved used condoms.
I mean this is just too gross for words.
All I know is, I don't want to buy products from China. How many times have you held a hair band in your mouth while you pulled your hair back into a pony tail? Once a day, twice a day, more often?
Imagine holding a used condom in your mouth! Imagine how sick you can get. All I know is that I am damned ticked that I should be exposed to something as vile as this. Or that for years I put my little girls' lives to risk. What is our government doing to protect us from this?
Folks, this is why we have to be careful of buying products in the dollar store!!!!
Used condoms are being recycled into hair bands in southern China threatening to spread sexually-transmittable diseases they were originally meant to prevent, state media reported Tuesday
In the latest example of potentially harmful Chinese-made products, rubber hair bands have been found in local markets and beauty salons in Dongguan and Guangzhou cities in southern Guangdong province, China Daily newspaper said .
'These cheap and colorful rubber bands and hair ties sell well .. . . . Threatening the health of local people,' it said . Despite being recycled, the hair bands could still contain bacteria and viruses, it said .
A POISONED WORLD ~ PART 8 ~ MELAMIME AND THE FDA
Another part of this excellent series. In this case the focus is on "permissible" poisons in our food supply. Asian foods are a huge risk.
You can bet that we will be hearing more horror stories about China made products.
Personally, I read the label of every product that I buy, and if it is made in China, I try not to buy it.
I used to love going to the dollar stores, not anymore.
It is all made in China.
OK back to the hairbands. I went to SNOPES.COM Rumor Has It because I did not want to believe this was true. Alas, it is true. However, apparently, operative word being "apparently" .
Talk about a rotten job. A couple who lives outside of Henan Province have been collecting and supplying the materials to the factory. Read more HERE.
I wish I could say that the melamime poisoning was equally inaccurate but, alas, it is 100%+ true.