|Publisher’s note: In a recent phone interview with Arizona 2014 gubernatorial candidate JL Mealer, founder of Mealer Automobiles (http://mealercompanies.com/) he advised that “It is my intent to encourage the return of a Phoenix Grand Prix -type street racing event after a 22 year absence (despite a strong attempt in 2007) with Indy Car (http://www.indycar.com/) and the Pirelli World Challenge Series (http://www.world-challenge.com/ ) as the signature events. The economic stimulus of such events is well known and I see this as compatible with my revitalization/re-stabilization strategies for Arizona. I will forward any inquiries received via my email Mealer2014@gmail.com to the exploratory committee that has been founded for this purpose.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Grand_Prix)|
Battle of The South China Sea Scenario: http://www.slideshare.net/GHHLLC2/the-defense-industrial-baseissues-to-be-considered-and-recommendations-dr-sheila-ronis-dir-mba-programs-walsh-college
“Once Again, The Chinese… Have Proven Themselves Masters of the Endgame, and True Progeny of Sun Tzu…” -Myron D. Stokes, Publisher and the eMOTION! REPORTS.com Industry Analytics Team
Excerpt: “What Kevin Wales euphemistically calls China’s process of ‘Innovation
through commercialization’ to accelerate technology prove-out and
utilization, is simply considered, by every other industrialized society, as
theft, industrial espionage, illegal acquisition of intellectual property,
patent right infringement, unfair trade practice by government subsidization…
“In other words, economic war on a massive scale, coupled with an endgame
strategy epitomizing zero sum. Grammatically, we rank ‘Innovation through commercialization’ right along with ‘ethnic cleansing’ in sheer euphemistic audacity.
“Mr. Wales and other GM executives have played -willingly or unwittingly- into the most reprehensible example of (perhaps) illegal transfer of wealth, technology, production process and economic stability at the DNA level in the history of the world. And of greater concern, a concomitant compromise of US national security through provision of sensitive
technologies -like the neodymium magnets pioneered by former GM subsidiary
Magnequench which was itself inexplicably purchased by the Chinese in the same
time frame GM resumed sales in that country- with weapons applicability to
China’s military. No, Mel Brooks (History of The World, Part I) is not laughing, nor is Ford amused amidst recent reports of an F-150 ‘commercialization’ by a Chinese car firm. And yes, you should be worried: The Once Great Britain learned the hard way as it woke up to the fact that world-renowned brands spawned within its borders were now owned by offshore others, while reducing its manufacturing base capacity to pre-industrial levels.” Go to full analysis
Publisher’s note: As Renault very recently found out much to its shock and dismay, the need for business intelligence and counter-intelligence is as critical to a company’s success and security as that of a nation. In this vein, the words in 2002 of national security strategist Dr. Sheila Ronis, Director of MBA Programs at Walsh College in Troy, Michigan, could not have been more prescient:
“The fates of companies, as well as countries are tied to their intelligence capability. Guess what organization in the world, long before the Internet’s arrival, was found to send half a million messages a day from just one country to its home base via satellite? The CIA? The Israelis? The Russians? Toyota? If you guessed Toyota, you would be right.
“As unlikely as it sounds, a CIA study in the late eighties found that Toyota sent over 500,000 messages a day from its Torrance, California facility to Tokyo via an encrypted satellite hookup. We know that our CIA sent about half as many messages around the world per day at that time, and although the Russian’s intelligence was still top notch in the early nineties, its infrastructure didn’t compare to that of Toyota’s.
“Today, many intelligence experts believe that Toyota’s intelligence capabilities are still superior to those of the CIA, the Israelis or any global power. That’s because Toyota represents an organization filled with learners who share their knowledge.”
Conversely, it would be unwise for Toyota’s competitors to assume that the company, given the current quality problems necessitating recalls of even its Lexus brand, has somehow dropped the ball in terms of its much vaunted “Relentless Pursuit of Perfection”. Indeed, nothing is further from the truth, and we know from our own intelligence sources that Toyota’s difficulties primarily stem from internal sabotage at the design and manufacturability level put in place nearly two decades ago.
This activity constituted a core element of a grand strategy by an emergent global player, who understood implicitly that the success of its long range plans required crafting a loss of consumer confidence in the Toyota brand.
One needs look no further than Renault to understand how dedicated this emergent global player is to the accomplishment of its set objectives.
Myron D. Stokes
” All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near. Hold out baits to entice the enemy. Feign disorder, and crush him.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War; 6th Century B.C.
Detroit, MI September 21, 2010 (PressReleasePoint) -UPDATE: eMOTION! REPORTS.com (http://emotionreportscom.blogspot/ ) Sources are advising that officials within the US government, despite strong objections voiced by representatives of both CFIUS (Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States) and the Department of Defense (DoD), are “encouraging” China’s SAIC to take a controlling interest in GM, with the intent of neutralizing its near-USD 50bil interest.
“Compromising national security”, said a source who asked not to be identified as they were not authorized to speak on the adminstration’s behalf, “in the interest of ‘balancing the budget’ with a Communist, dictatorial regime identified by the Annual Report to Congress: Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2010 (http://ow.ly/2JrTt) as a clear and emergent ‘threat’ is not wise. It is our hope that wiser minds will prevail, considering the outcome in pursuing this course is decidedly ominous.”
China’s core aspirations to dominate the world’s auto industry – and by natural extension, manufacturing as a whole – has been outlined with specificity by eMOTION! REPORTS, as evidenced by its December 2009 release “GM’s Transition to China“.
Publisher Myron D. Stokes stated that “It is our understanding several members of the original federally designated GM Task Force have been, and are, acting in the interests of China and not the US. We believe that the data presented in the December release and other analyses presented over the years, supports this contention.” – Full release (http://ow.ly/2Js0y)
Detroit, MI, December 28, 2009 (PressReleasePoint) — eMOTION! REPORTS.com, (www.emotionreports.com ) an automotive/aerospace industries research and analysis site founded in 2001 targeting professionals within the academic, media, corporate and government sectors, has recently released “2009/2010 Auto Industry Analysis: GM’s Transition to China” that takes dead aim at the primary culprit in the near destruction of the US industrial base and financial sector meltdown: China.
In driving the point home, several key statements, based on observable, quantifiable data are made:
1. General Motors Company is now under the de facto control of the China auto sector.
2. The bankruptcy and rush to sell-off core GM assets inclusive of Opel, Saab, Saturn, Pontiac, Hummer and GMAC, was all part of a well orchestrated strategy launched over two decades ago by Beijing to capture the US auto industry, even as Japan, South Korea and Europe, in a notably less destructive way, had initiated their own.
3. The implementation of this strategy was aided and abetted by shortsighted and irresponsible individuals within industry, government and academia.
4. Recommends that Saab and Volvo are immediately nationalized to prevent total capture by the China auto sector, which in several instances has been represented by front companies.
5. Commends those European countries, inclusive of Belgium, Spain, UK and the Flemish government, who worked together to prevent the selloff of Opel; a circumstance representing profoundly negative economic implications had it been accomplished as originally intended.
6. Reveals, based on still classified data and imagery within US State Department and Department of Defense (DoD) archives, that Mao Zhedong, in a move echoing that of Josef Stalin, ordered the extermination of old and infirm Chinese he deemed unable to work in the aftermath of his defeat of the nationalist forces of Generalissimo Chaing Kai-Shek in 1949. The number of those killed in the days and weeks transpiring subsequent to order issuance, at least 70 million and as high as 120 million, exceeds by several orders of magnitude the known estimates in the 1949-1976 timeframe which included “The Great Leap Forward”. It is worth noting the higher estimate at the time represented half of the population of the United States.
A slight expansion of an eyewitness account, presented with surrounding context from the analysis, follows:
“How the present position of GM was set in motion is an exercise in a somewhat greedy corporate strategy flanked by blinders. In a quest for expansion and untapped Asian dollars GM, several decades ago, made the bold move of seeking out a business footprint in that Communist-controlled country.
“As its presence grew, the evidences of China’s dubious human history were there to be seen by anyone who looked.
Visions of the country’s forced one-child family policy, detention centers for those citizens seeking redress from corrupt officials, the Stalin-esque elimination of millions of elderly no longer able to work… (note: Eyewitness accounts include those of contract Air Cargo personnel for the US military who reported “rivers choked bank to bank with bodies of the old and infirm, hands tied with wire behind their backs, as far as the eye could see at our radar avoiding’ flight level and line of sight of seven miles. We used high-resolution cameras in our [Consolidated] PBY [Catalina Flying Boat] to document these observations, with a death toll estimate partially corroborated by the Red Cross and other capable people of at least 70 Million. We chanced upon this horrific scene while flying along the coast over the East China Sea not far from Shanghai, when we observed at least a thousand sharks headed inland. Having no idea what would be bringing the sharks in, we flew lower for a closer look and followed them up a river for approximately five or six miles to a sight we will never forget: a massive feeding frenzy on human victims.”) … or college students who protested were avoidable if one looked in a different direction. Also ignored was China’s blatant disregard for anyone else’s property or intellectual property rights.”
So? That Was 60 Years Ago..
As such, history is changed: This is the worst atrocity ever perpetuated on humanity by humans, and the government responsible still exists in ideologically the exact same form. And considering current demands by Chinese historians and Beijing that Japan acknowledges the Nanjing atrocities in 1937, their own admission of what can rightly be called a crime with no historical equal would tend to add a measure of moral substance in their calls for justice.
7. That China, through continuous and exponentially intensified espionage activities over decades, has succeeded in stealing core industrial and defense technologies inclusive of Lockheed-Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor, Lockheed-Martin F-35 Lightning II, Boeing C-17 Globemaster III and the whole of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system.
eMOTION! REPORTS.com Publisher Myron D. Stokes, an award winning former Newsweek, Newsweek Japan and Newsweek International correspondent, notes that the content of this analysis is virtually devoid of assertion, opinion and subjectivity to the extent possible. “As we stated in a 2003 release relative to the analysis ‘Super-Globalism: Strategies for Maintaining a Robust Industrial Base Through Technological, Policy and Process Improvement’, it is not our intent to be fair and balanced, but to present the facts as we know them to be.”
The analysis in many ways is powerfully supported by the recent findings of the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission (http://www.uscc.gov) in its 2009 Report to Congress. Among its determinations:
* China’s role in the financial sector meltdown on a global scale to advance its own economic interest.
* China’s extensive use of foreign propaganda and its efforts to influence public opinion and policymaking in the United States.
*China’s use of subsidies and other trade distorting measures in violation of its international commitments.
* China’s detailed industrial policy designed to attract foreign investment and production and to create “national champions” to compete on a global scale.
Significance of Congressional Report
According to national security strategist and Director of MBA Programs, Walsh College, Dr. Sheila Ronis, “For years, the USCC has produced substantive data in support of its Congressional mandate to monitor China’s compliance with the qualifying parameters of WTO membership. These data have been presented yearly since 2000 with increasing levels of concern. This year’s report will forever lay to rest the dismissive opinions of those China apologists who placed profit ahead of national security.”
And if one is inclined to think that USCC report is mere China-bashing, think again: US Intelligence services have confirmed that China, through its unrelenting espionage activities, has succeeded in stealing the core operational and manufacturing technologies for Lockheed-Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor, Lockheed-Martin F-35 Lightning II, Boeing C-17 Globemaster III and the whole of the LMCO Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense system. The latter being core to US naval defensive and offensive capabilities. Conversely, GM and Ford management can assume that everything –inclusive of Ford’s Simplified Flexible Cell-based Manufacturing Process recently installed, foolishly, in China facilities — they know about their own technology and process, their China auto sector partners know. In other words, the teachers have outlived their usefulness.
“China’s role in this disaster,” said Stokes, “Is not dissimilar to the findings of a colleague, Michigan State University Professor of Physiology Dr. Robert Root-Bernstein in his 1993 pivotal work “Rethinking AIDS: The Tragic Cost of Premature Consensus” which sought to change the conversation and the research direction for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Dr. Root-Bernstein, reflecting the findings of fellow researchers, postulated that contrary to the accepted assumptions/arguments relative to AIDS disease pathology and epidemiology which took the stance — elements of which are still largely intact even today in the medical research community and expressed publicly by the CDC — that HIV equals AIDS, or the diametrically opposite view it is harmless, the virus instead acts as an adjuvant and potentiator causing preexisting and concomitant infections to behave synergistically. The body’s immune system, no longer being able to differentiate between friend and foe, declares war on itself (this is what Sun Tzu advocated in “The Art of War”). This, we believe, is a most appropriate analogy in that the concomitant elements represent traditional auto industry leadership, the unions, automotive and business media, the supplier base and policy makers who, against their own mutual best interest, have engaged in decades of antagonistic behavior towards each other. This, China has exploited brilliantly and ruthlessly”, he said.
Dr. Ronis corroborates this contention. “Abundantly clear at this juncture,” she says, “Is that those in leadership positions within industry and government, both here and abroad, have not read their Sun Tzu, and they now find themselves in mortal combat with those, the Chinese, who are masters of the game.”
The analysis can be accessed via the following links:
http://www.emotionreports.com (“GM Reborn”)
Stokes further notes that “Another way of looking at this is that of someone shooting you at close range and then offering triage to stop the bleeding, Think of China’s 2008 activities in terms of shoring up the crumbling economies of various western countries through large purchases of various goods inclusive of BMW and Jaguar vehicles. As Confucius ably articulated in c.469 B.C., ‘Where there is arrogance, there is opportunity.’”
Stokes also believes that media should rethink their approach to industry reportage especially with critical infrastructure involved that is part and parcel to national and economic security. “With rare exceptions found amongst colleagues at The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Detroit News, Oakland Press, Bloomberg and Business Week, an incurious automotive and business media has been a hand maiden in an unmitigated disaster almost totally of our own making”, he said. “Commendably, these colleagues, despite pressures from editorial boards, corporate PR personnel and media peers to take the path of least resistance, maintained the highest standards of journalism.”
Stokes recalled mentioning to a corporate PR associate recently concerning the criticality of China’ activities: “The Barbarians are not at the gate, they are inside the gate. Applying a modern warfare scenario, the battle status is so dire, the enemy so close, we have to call in an airstrike on our own position.”
Re-evaluation of Position
China itself will have to re-evaluate its position that is being revealed as designed to overtake the US economically and militarily. “China must understand”, concludes Ronis, “That it would not be in their best interests to continue pursuit of certain ideological objectives at the risk of further geo-political destabilization, and missed opportunities to address shared concerns relative to common and serious threats.”
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2010 Auto Industry Analysis: 2008 Congressional Hearings http://slidesha.re/c2naDb
Analysis – Restoration of GM Viability: A Solution of Einsteinian Simplicity? http://slidesha.re/a0vXXF
2009/2010 Auto Industry Analysis: GM’s TRANSITION TO CHINA http://slidesha.re/drv8Zz
Super-Globalism: Strategies For Maintaining A Robust Industrial Base Through Technological, Policy and Process Improvement http://ow.ly/2Jmur
Project on National Security Reform Vision Working Group Report and Scenarios http://ow.ly/2JsmB
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