Regarding your Page 10, Jan. 15 article ``Expect gradual changes from Congress'': The current government's philosophy is inching ever closer to implementing totally centralized control over Americans' lives. The avalanche of executive regulations issued on the environment, health, education, labor, sex life, etc., which bypass Congress, are but a few of these examples.
This administration is targeting nothing less than a Marxist system in the United States. Most of the enlightened public realizes this, but are doing nothing about it. If anything, a large segment of American corporations are aiding this trend by subsidizing it through advertising in the Marxist-controlled mass media that has been embracing this philosophy openly.
You need go no further than to observe the political shows on Sunday mornings and the daily prime news/talk shows. If these business executives attempt to clear their consciences by making casual statements as seen in your Special Report issue, they will indeed be in for a rude awakening. When they awaken, none will be able to even express these feeble opinions. Big Brothers Stalin, Lenin and Karl Marx will be watching over their shoulders.
ITW Technology Center
Plastics Council is apolitical body
Thank you for the Page 5 article regarding the Connecticut Plastics Council Symposium in your Dec. 11 issue. Gov. John Rowland has agreed to be keynote speaker of our event Jan. 31.
We are sending over 800 invitations and expect a full complement of legislators, administra-tion leaders, educators, media and plastics industry people.
The Plastics Council is nonpartisan, even nonpolitical. I do not believe there are Republican or Democrat issues involved and as chairman, I seek bipartisan support and intend to keep our message and activities as apolitical as possible. Your references to [political] parties were my only disappointment in an otherwise fine article.
Murray A. Gerber
Prototype & Plastics Mold