1. Communist leaders in middle to high level have their family members in American, invest in American. They and you Americans are brothers and sisters. You are in the same front line.
I disagree. We are not in the "same front line". Manufacturing and jobs are disappearing in the United States, industry is suffering, corporations are seeking bigger profits and the ability to sell their products at a low price. The availability of foreign-made products is a convenient solution. In China industry is humming along, making the "leaders" richer as the world is flooded with their products.
2. Products made by chinese are from hands like mine, an utter lowest class. Boycott can simply hurts me, my brothers and sisters living in China
True, the lowest classes of people in China do the "dirty work" and don't see the benefit of all their hard work. Maybe I would see this differently if the exports of American-made products became equal to what China exports here.
Sorry to say I am more concerned with America and our way of life.
if your sanction killed 1 billion, the leader would be still leader, the rich would be still rich
So much for the Communist theology that "everyone is equal, everyone has the same size piece of the pie".