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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

World Gone Mad: GM Supports Communist Propaganda Film about Chinese Communist Party

It seem that Communists are becoming the "In" crowd as of late in the U.S. . First the University of Missouri allows Communists to recruit in a Labor Studies Class and now General Motors, a symbol that once stood for America and Apple Pie, is now supporting a Communist Propaganda Film.

According to an article in The Washington Times, GM is sponsoring and supporting a film about the Chinese Communist Party:

"In late 2010, General Motors agreed to sponsor a propaganda film celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The CCP made film titled (translated to English) “The Birth of a Party” or “The Great Achievement of Founding the Party" is set to premiere all over the Communist nation on June 15 reported China AutoWeb last September. The auto website adds:

"As the CCP marries totalitarianism with capitalism and fools the people with entertainment, only the "politically correct" or stupid–or those who pretend to be so–can get rich. And GM seems to know this very well. While Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Volvo have all rushed to please China’s rich and powerful through physical enlargement (offering models of extended wheelbases), Cadillac gratifies the party orally, singing praises through a film."

According to the above report, the film will discuss events that led up to the formation of the CCP following the 1917 Russian Revolution. When the movie first went into production GM signed up Cadillac as the “chief business partner” with the Communist Party, stating: “Cadillac whole-heartedly supports the making of the Birth of a Party.”

AP article in early May points out, "Chinese TV regulators have reportedly ordered local broadcasters to stay away from spy and crime thrillers as part of a propaganda buildup for the ruling Communist Party's 90th anniversary July 1."Stars of the film are reportedly chauffeured around China in the Cadillac SLS in an effort to promote the movie all over the Communist led country.

The United States government currently own 33% of the GM company following the auto-bailouts of 2009, and GM CEO Daniel Akerson describes China, as the "key to [GM's] success." (h/t The Detroit Bureau)"

If you take into account that the United States is in hock up to it's neck to the Communist Chinese and that the majority of products sold in the U.S. are made in Communist China, it makes you wonder.

Who Really Won the Cold War?

(The U.S.S.R. fell but Communist China seems to be Winning.)


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