"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Friday, May 25, 2012

GM sponsors Communist propaganda film

General Motors (bailed out with American taxpayer dollars) has jumped into bed with the Chinese Communist Party and has funded a Communist propaganda movie.

"The Capitalists will sell us the rope with which we will hang them."   --- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Cadillac, a symbol of "American Freedom & Prosperity" division of General Motors, is quickly turning Communist Chinese. With the agreement by Cadillac to pay for the production expenses of a Chinese Communist Party propaganda film, the Cadillac brand now stands for something quite different: the appeasement of a power hostile to the United States in the name of financial gain.

GM CEO Daniel Akerson describes China as the "key to [GM"s] success. Our commitment to work in China, with China, and for China remains strong and focused on the future." Comrade Obama has been using GM in his election ads as one of the "successful" bailouts. GM was one of the auto companies receiving 2009 federal bailout money.

The film GM is funding, with an English title of  "Birth of a Party or The Great Achievement of the Founding of the Party ", is due to be released in China on June 15. Cadillac hopes to market its luxury cars to Chinese Communist Party leaders. Chinese Communist leaders can drive the luxury car that Communist President Obama drives.

The action of Cadillac is not merely an act of kowtow in the hope of profit. It is the reflection of a much wider strategy by China to establish dominance - economically, socially, politically, and militarily. In turn, this dominance is in the name not of Chinese civilization, but of an ideology introduced into general Chinese society by the Communist Party of China.

Cadillac's payment for this communist propaganda film occurs within the context of a single-party State in which all activities are monitored by a large and efficient secret police. The Chinese Communist Party is able to lay out courses of action that are to occur over many years.


Robert Hewes said...

"large and efficient secret police"? They may be a large force, but efficiency in a government agency, especially a communist one? I doubt it. The KGB were a bunch of bumblers back in the day, too.

Nothing the government does is done well. That's true across the world.

Gary said...

I am sorry to say governments do very well with repression.