When I was teaching undergraduate and graduate business students the methods of Strategic Management, I routinely covered the glories of global business as required by our accrediting agency. We used to call it “International Business.” As the years went on, there was more and more pressure to call it “global business.” Unfortunately, most of the world doesn’t abide by the Judeo-Christian code of the Ten Commandments, especially the Communist Party.
One example I used to illustrate global competitiveness was about China making parts for our jet fighters. We all know that China makes a huge number of products for American consumers. Strangely, they also make parts even for our Department of Defense products. I would always ask my senior business students in my Strategic Management course, if we got into a fighting war with the Chinese Communists what would we do if they had been making replacement parts for our F 22 fighter jets? Would we continue to receive our parts orders during a war with them? The answer was so obvious that I never once got an answer.
Now, come to find out, the Wall Street Journal came out with an article entitled “Surveillance Cameras Made in China Are Hanging All Over the U.S.” by Dan Strumpf, Natasha Khan and Charles Rollet [11-12-17]. What’s the difference between parts made by our enemy for our national defense and parts made to monitor our personal privacy? Both issues are related and both concern our national security; one our national defense secrecy, two, the secrecy of our private personal lives. I have examined many Communist Party documents over the decades. I can promise you these diabolical people compel their operative agents to use any method whatsoever, legal or illegal, that advances the goals of Communism in the United States. And this little known fact explains much about the corruption of our own government.
If Communist China not only makes our military plane parts, and can cease production at any time, and also knows the private habits of all Americans, especially those in the urban and metropolitan areas, don’t those facts make us vulnerable to our enemy, Red China?
We have to assume that China is making the majority of pubic surveillance cameras since their cameras are made by the cheapest price possible; slave labor. America prices labor at the competitive market rate while the Chinese slave state prices labor at the price of slavery. That’s because the Communist “government” owns all the business in China. There is no free market competition to reduce business costs and product prices. There is no competitive market rate in China since all prices are strictly controlled by the Communist Party.
We need to demand that all American military and surveillance products be made only in America by patriotic American Companies!