Soros’ & Strong’s dream:
China supplanting the U.S. as World’s Largest Auto Market
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There’s a picture of a soldier from the People’s Republic of China on this morning’s Drudge Report, depicting, Internet style, how China has finally ended the U.S.’s reign as the world’s largest auto market.
Had Drudge and Bloomberg.com, who broke the story, been more journalistically correct, the lone soldier’s picture would have been flanked by those of Obama bagman George Soros and UN Poster Boy, Canadian-in-China Maurice Strong.
For it is a matter of fact that the People’s Republic of China did not naturally nor honestly win the race as world’s largest auto market, Soros and Strong made it happen.
The intent of the deadly anti-American duo back in 2006 was to flood the American market with cheap Chinese made cars.
While Chicoms in the automaking industry cheated by stealing blueprints from North American competitors, Soros and Strong were boasting about how cheap econo-box cars from Communist China would decimate Ford, Chrysler and GM.
The “Poor Man’s Wheels”, the Chery originated from yet another copycat China endeavour. “The Chery is a knockoff of the South Korean Spark, sold in the U.S. in partnership with General Motors.”(Wall Street Journal, March 1, 2006. “GM filed a lawsuit against Chery Automobile Co. for piracy of the car developed by its South Korean Daewoo.”
This chain of events took place back in the days before Barack Obama became the proud owner of the American car industry.
Whether Obama was complicit in the hijacking of the American auto industry when he was still an Illinois senator, is a matter for speculation.
“The lawsuit launched in the name of GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. Ltd., contends Chery’s QQ copied the design of Daewoo’s Matiz, while Chery claims it developed the QQ on its own, GM’s investigation results showed the two vehicles “shared remarkably identical body structure, exterior design, interior design and key components.”
Spark knockoff or not, the Chery QQ was replacing a lot of bicycles in pollution challenged Beijing. Some 50,000 sold in China in 2005, and while Chery exports included Iran, Iraq, Bangladesh, Cuba, Syria and Malaysia, the Chery which could be bought in China for $3,600 was headed for America wearing a $20,000 price-tag.
According to WSJ, the plan was to sell 250,000 Cherys in the U.S. in the first year through 250 dealerships, with a target of 1 million by 2010.
Canada Free Press (CFP) was sending out warning signals back in February of 2007: “Patriots beware”: Coming your way soon, `The Hijacking of America’.
“Seamless and unfolding as this is being written, the Hijacking of America is two-prong in nature, the pandemic hysteria of global warming combined with an American market flooded by cars manufactured by the Peoples’ Republic of China.: (Canada Free Press, Feb. 16, 2007).
For decades Soros and Strong have been America’s loudest detractors. Soros has openly gloated about the suffering of the American people in the current recession. Strong is infamous for stating that in order for humanity to survive, it may be necessary “for industrial civilization to collapse.”
Their dream came true today.
“China supplanted the U.S. as the world’s largest auto market after its 2009 vehicle sales jumped 46 percent, ending more than a century of American dominance that started with the Model T Ford.” (Bloomberg.com, Jan. 11, 20120.
“The nation’s sales of passenger cars, buses and trucks rose to 13.6 million, the fastest pace in at least 10 years, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. In the U.S., sales slumped 21 percent to 10.4 million, the fewest since 1982, according to Autodate Corp.
“China’s vehicle sales have surged since 1999 as economic growth averaging more than 9 percent a year has helped automakers including General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG compensate for slumping demand in the U.S. and Europe. The market will likely remain the world’s largest, even as sales slow this year on a reduction in tax cuts, according to Booz & Co.
“Henry Ford introduced the Model T in 1908 as the world’s first automobile affordable for a mass market. The car was produced at the Piquette Plant in Detroit, helping the city become synonymous with the auto industry. GM, also based in the city, grew into the world’s largest automaker.
“The U.S. has since lost out to Asian carmakers producing cheaper and more fuel-efficient models. Toyota Motor Corp. ended GM’s 77-year reign as the biggest automaker in 2008. General Motors Corp. and Chrysler also both filed for bankruptcy as the worst recession since the Great depression sapped auto sales.”
Wonder how much money was made by the hatred of a strong United States of America by Soros and Strong?
Knowing how China had help in supplanting the U.S. as the world’s largest auto market, some would call it treason.