Do you know you can actually ship USA-only stuff out of USA?
People have been complaining that products won't reach a certain location. Last December I had the same problem. When the Kindle Touch was released, I'm like, why the hell isn't this shipped out of 'Merica? Then it took me a simple Google search, and now I'm glad I've done some research.
So what did I do? I used a package forwarder called ComGateWay - that's the one I've been using and I don't know about the alternatives but it works too. I've shipped the awesome Kindle Touch, some SAT books and some posters from ThinkGeek, which couldn't have happen without these "package forwarders".
You might be wondering, how do these work? When you sign up you're given address (which is nothing more than a slot in ComGateWay's warehouse, for example), and the you process the international shipping from there. Of course you'll have to pay the shipping fee, but they generally do not cost more than $19 ($13-15 goes towards the processing fees).
So do your research and stop whining about products that won't be sold in your country, because package forwarders are there to save your day.