Koch companies’ products are everywhere we look- In our offices, homes and backyards. We walk on them. Wear Them. Eat off them. We use them to clean spills or to keep spills from staining. Chances are, nearly every store you walk into sell a Koch company product. Next time you shop, be on the lookout for these familiar brands:
This list thoughtfully provided by Koch Industries
As usual, money talks. we’ve just learned that the link above is now dead. The page no longer exists. Not only that, it’s no longer cached anywhere, and the Wayback Machine only has blank pages missing all text and graphics. No easy task for us regular folks, but for connected billionaires like the Kochs… Of course, thousands of people now have this list, and it’s been re-posted all over the internet on various blogs, Koch Boycott sites, and even as comments on Koch-related news stories.
If you wish to participate in the Koch boycott, you don’t have to memorize the list, just look for this logo when you buy your household products:
If you see it, put it back. It’s radioactive.
If you buy industrial products, here’s another site the Kochs may soon be taking down: http://www.kochind.com/factsSheets/KochFacts.aspx It has links to all the Koch Industries companies- Industrial products, minerals, fertilizers, and of course Georgia-Pacific. Feel free to search their site- it contains a very comprehensive list of consumer products to avoid including these selected products:
Soft N, Gentle
Quik-Rap sandwich paper
Quilt-Rap insulating sandwich wrap
Food Shop sandwich wrap