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The French have a long history of collaboration with tyrants.
One would think their association with Hitler in WW II would have
prompted some reforms -- but no! Jacques Ch-Iraq's allegiance
to Saddam Hussein and his Ba'athist henchmen continues even
after Saddam's deposition, which is to say, the French continue
to support attacks by Saddam's loyalists against American and
allied liberators in Iraq. We encourage you to avoid purchasing
any consumer goods labeled "Product of France," thus avoiding
any support for those who would provide aid and comfort enemy.

Some companies listed below are American-based with American
employees. To avoid French products without compromising American
family incomes, we ask you to target only consumer goods labeled
"Product of France" -- products actually made on French soil.
And, please don't spend a dime touring French soil (unless it is to
visit these sites -- )

Air France, Air Liquide, Airbus, Alcatel, Allegra (allergy
medication), Aqualung (including: Spirotechnique, Technisub, US
Divers, and SeaQuest), AXA Advisors Bank of the West (owned by BNP
Paribas), Beneteau (boats), BF Goodrich (owned by Michelin), BIC
(razors, pens and lighters), Biotherm (cosmetics), Black Bush,
Bollinger (champagne), Car & Driver Magazine, Cartier, Chanel,
Cheese labeled "Product of France", Chivas Regal (scotch),
Christian Dior, Christian Lacroix, Club Med, Culligan (owned by
Vivendi), Daniel Cremieux, DKNY, Dom Perignon, Durand Crystal,
Elle Magazine, Essilor Optical Products, Evian bottled water, Fina
(petroleum products) and Fina Oil (billions invested in Iraqi oil
fields), First Hawaiian Bank, George Magazine, Givenchy, Glenlivet
(scotch), Hachette Filipacchi New Media, Hennessy, Hermes,
Jacobs Creek, Jameson (whiskey), Krups, Lancome, Le Creuset,
L'Oreal, Louis Vuitton, Magellan Navigational Equipment, Marie
Claire, Martel Cognac, Maybelline, Méphisto (shoes and clothes),
Michelin (tires and auto parts), Mikasa (crystal and glass), Moet
(champagne), Motel 6, Motown Records,, Mumms (champagne),
Nissan (major shareholder -- Renault), Nivea, Normany Butter,
Ondeo/Nalco Water Treatement, Parents Magazine, Perrier Sparkling
Water, Pierre Cardin, Playstation Magazine, ProScan, Publicis Group
(including Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising), RCA (televisions and
electronics -- owned by Thomson Electronics), Red Magazine, Red
Roof Inns (owned by Accor group), Renault, Road & Track Magazine,
Rowenta, Royal Canadian, Salomon (skis), Seagram's Gin, Sierra
Software and Computer Games, Sitram Cookware, Smart & Final,
Sofitel (hotels, owned by Accor), Sparkletts, Spencer Gifts,
Sundance Channel, Taylor Made, Technicolor, T-Fal, UbiSoft,
Uniroyal, Universal Studios, USFilter, Veuve Clicquot Champagne,
Vittel, Vivendi-Seagram, Wild Turkey (bourbon), Wine, champagne
or cheese labeled "Product of France", Woman's Day Magazine,
Yves Saint Laurent, Yves Rocher, Zodiac Inflatable Boats.

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