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Boycott Georgia-Pacific: The Koch Brothers’ Profit Engine

Mar 15, 2011

If you desire a return to democracy, a good way to do your part is boycott the Koch Brothers’ Georgia-Pacific products.

 Boycott Georgia Pacific: The Koch Brothers Profit Engine

Some right-wingers lament the assault on the Koch Brothers, claiming they aren’t any worse than George Soros; and, of course, he is a billionaire communist.  Soros’ billionionaire status doesn’t sit well with all liberal voters, but there is one main difference between Soros and the Koch brothers, which is unavoidable: Soros is quite open about his donations, while the Koch operate from the shadows.  Soros publicly declared it his life’s goal to unseat George W. Bush from the presidency and would spend his fortune to do so, while the Koch’s have only recently come into the public consciousness.

With that in mind, we present a list of Georgia-Pacific products.  One can easily gather this information with a few internet searches, but we feel it necessary to publish this list so that those readers still unaware might come across it on our site.

Want some mathematics to truly understand how powerful a boycott of Georgia-Pacific could be?  Sure you do.

At Wal-Mart, a 36-pack of double roll Angel Soft toilet paper goes for $16.44.  Since I am not in possession of hard sales figures of Angel Soft sales, we’ll have to pick some numbers.  The population of the United States is 309,000,000.  So, it’s reasonable to assume that one million people buy that 36-pack of Angel Soft double roll (or .oo3 of the U.s. population).  Georgia-Pacific would thus stand to make $16.44 million off of those Angel Soft sales alone.  Combine that with how well Georgia-Pacific does in sales of their other products, and how much of that revenue then floats up to the Koch Brothers coffers.  Then imagine how your own money is being spent against you.

All it takes is a few seconds to look for that Georgia-Pacific logo on any toilet paper, tableware, napkins and paper towel.  Construction laborers can also boycott the Koch Brothers’ Georgia-Pacific building products (listed below as well).

Georgia-Pacific Toilet Paper brands:

Angel Soft
Quilted Northern
Quilted Northern Ultra Plush
Soft’n Gentle

Georgia-Pacific Tableware:

Dixie Plates and Bowls
Dixie Cups
Insulair
PerfecTouch
Ultra

Georgia-Pacific Napkins:

Dixie
Mardi Gras
Vanity Fair
Zee

Georgia-Pacific Paper Towels:

Brawny
Sparkle
Mardi Gras

Building Products: (thanks to the website ShoqValue)

Dense Armor Drywall and Decking
ToughArmor Gypsum board
Georgia-Pacific Plytanium Plywood
Flexrock
Densglass sheathing
G/P Industrial plasters
(some products used by a lot of crafters)
-Agricultural Plaster
-Arts & Crafts Plaster
-Dental Plaster
-General Purpose Plaster
-Glass-reinforced Gypsum (GRG)
-Industrial Tooling Plaster
-Investment Casting Plaster
-Medical Plaster
-Metal Casting Plaster
-Pottery Plaster

FibreStrong Rim board
G/P Lam board
Blue Ribbon OSB Rated Sheathing
Blue Ribbon Sub-floor
DryGuard Enhanced OSB
Nautilus Wall Sheathing
Thermostat OSB Radiant Barrier Sheathing
Broadspan Engineered Wood Products
XJ 85 I-Joists
FireDefender Banded Cores
FireDefender FS
FireDefender Mineral Core
Hardboard and Thin MDF including Auto Hardboard,
Perforated Hardboard and Thin MDF
Wood Fiberboard –
Commercial Roof Fiberboard
Hushboard Sound Deadening Board
Regular Fiberboard Sheathing
Structural Fiberboard Sheathing


Invista Products (another Koch-owned corporation, which manufacturers polymers and fibers):

COMFOREL® fiberfill
COOLMAX® fabric
CORDURA® fabric
DACRON® fiber
POLYSHIELD® resin
SOLARMAX® fabric
SOMERELLE® bedding products
STAINMASTER® carpet
SUPPLEX® fabric
TACTEL® fiber
TACTESSE® carpet fiber
TERATE® polyols
TERATHANE® polyether glycol
THERMOLITE® fabric
PHENREZ® resin
POLARGUARD® fiber and
LYCRA® fiber

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