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GM Goes back to it's 1980's Management

This is really discusting it it is true & accurate, but not only has GM funded Chinese Government Conferences but has also agreed to ship/transfer technology & R&D production from the US to China and reduce american positions at the R&D facility, not to mention the seeling of GM manufacturing facilities in the US to known overseas chinese companies who mfg products used by our advirsaries.............when you 1st see the part on our current administration, don't think it is just a political prompt, wait for 30 seconds and you will see that it addresses all elements of graft & greed.

General Motors is becoming China Motors - YouTube


What makes this even scarier, is GM purchase Hughes Aircraft Company back in the early 80's, ran the company in the ground & closed the doors, they still possess much of the technology which is seen in the cars today (headsup display, etc.).....I can just see these %$$^&&'s sending a "commerical" version to china for a re-design/upgrade, handing more of our military technology to our sworn enimies....and believe me they did this and more when they took over HAC....as is shown (public records) of their hand picked executive's convictions!
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