As 2010 begins with China having wrested the high ground of automotive engineering, design and manufacturing thanks to the shortsightedness, ignorance, greed and cowardice of those within US industry, government and business/automotive media who should have known better, a look back at the gyrations of late 2008 on Capitol Hill. It goes without saying that these activities all but guaranteed China's solidification as an economic and yes, military superpower threatening to overshadow the current dual world power of America and Britain. As it now stands, a military confrontation in the not-too-distant future -- in all likelihood the South China Sea as the following analysis presents with chilling clarity (http://www.slideshare.net/GHHLLC2/ronis-scenario1-2-06a-sans-pw) -- is inevitable as the only means by which China's all fronts aggressiveness in matters geo-political and geo-economic is checked.
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Archived overview of 2008 Analysis
An assessment of the current US Auto Sector crisis that goes beyond the typical analyses regarding sought after loan guarantees and/or credit lines by GM, Ford and Chrysler, LLC. eMOTION!REPORTS.com leaves very little room for ambiguity in terms of how it assessed, with input from sector knowledgable colleagues, the grossly unfair and irresponsible treatment given to heads of these companies; companies representing the very core of this country's industrio-economic underpinnings.