For any nation to have a future its people must have real and growth-oriented jobs; along with job protection and benefits that do not drain the money that employees can earn. This principle has been under attack since the Tri-Lateral Commission held its first global meeting in 1973.
What is at stake now in the current battle over the continuation of the big-three automotive giants is not about the viability of their products but rather this concerns the imbalance between the failed leadership of those corporations, supported by the criminal- enterprise of government in league with the One-World Order, that is designed to eliminate real wages and benefits for those that produce the vehicles, while rewarding the corporations and the boards of directors for their complicity in bringing down these last remaining manufacturing giants in a place that is now devoid of the remaining home-grown jobs that once offered real possibilities to their employees.
The corporate giants and the corporatocracy will be bailed out, the government that controls this process will pay themselves handsomely, and the people that actually do the work will either lose their jobs or they will be forced to work for next-to-nothing without benefits or future prospects in a field that they created by the sweat of their labor. The planning for this madness came directly from 'The Empire of the City' that has been directing governments around the world for centuries, in order to get to this place, where the most powerful nation on the planet can be conquered from within.
"City of London + City of Vatican + City of Columbia (D.C.) are the 3 independent states within states which composes the empire of the city. The first is financial control over earth economy, the second is religion control over the earth and the third one is military control over the earth." (1)