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China Syndrome: Could Romney be The Manchurian Candidate?Tim King Salem-News.com
Romney holds major stock in company that demanded the U.S. flag to be lowered while Chinese workers replaced the Americans... a preface to Red Dawn?
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - Presidential Canidate Romney holds a major amount of stock in a company called Sensata. Tom Gaulrapp, with the United Steelworkers Union, said factory officials at Sensata were recently instructed to take down the American flag as they trained their Chinese replacement workers.
People in America talk every day about the rate of Chinese ownership in U.S. business and real estate and it has long been believed that any goal of China to actually 'take over' the U.S. would best take place without violence, but by doing what American banks love to do to Americans; that is to call debt and foreclose; seize and demand interest.
Many people called John McCain the 'Manchurian Candidate' based on his time as a POW in Vietnam in Communist captivity. God knows Mitt Romney didn't serve in a war but that doesn't mean he isn't very committed to the demands of China. So perhaps this factory being forced to lower the American flag is that first big step.
Our story about Mitt Romney's ownership in this company that replaced U.S. employees with Chinese workers and then required the lowering of the U.S. flag at a factory in Freeport, Illinois, Romney's Company Forces U.S. Flag to Be Lowered in Illinois - Salem-News.com, went viral last night and it hasn't stopped.
People seem infuriated that Romney would be tied to a group that would make this demand of our flag being lowered on U.S. soil.
The New York Times explains: “[Mitt Romney] owns about $8 million worth of Bain funds that hold 51 percent of Sensata’s shares. If Sensata saves money by closing the Freeport plant, that could add money to Mr. Romney’s trust accounts, now or after the election.”
Two people so far have sent links to a photo that is making rounds on the Internet; I can't fully vouch for its authenticity but I suspect it is true. The Chinese flag is shown flying high over Sensata.
So according to this information, a group Romney will profit from, not only replaced U.S. workers with Chinese workers, at a factory in Freeport, Illinois, but also followed a Chinese directive requiring the U.S. flag to be lowered in their presence? That truly is a milestone event and I don't believe that has ever taken place at any point in contemporary U.S. history. Mainstream media based on a quick Google search, is predictably ignoring this serious development.
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