Globalization has allowed many companies to escape the American market — [prompted by] excessive and unrealistic union contracts and the high cost of manufacturing — and move to countries that offer very cheap labor in abundance.
Although good for companies, this trend is moving at an alarming speed, and in the very near future, manufacturing on U.S. soil will be nonexistent.
The American public has been asleep at the wheel and cannot see the ultimate effect it will have on their lives.
More disturbing is the fact that many companies are going to countries like China, which is a totalitarian regime, and providing funds to the governing cupola, which in turn use those millions of dollars to keep their grip of terror and export their influence [and guns] to terrorist countries like Cuba, Libya, and North Korea. Chinese citizens working at these factories don´t have rights, and the statement that many companies make about improving their lives is misleading and false.
We are giving our enemies the famous rope that Karl Marx proclaimed in his book, and in turn, making this country into a service-related economy.
Before we clap our hands and rejoice in our publications about XYZ Co. moving to China, let's think about the consequences to our country and to our citizens.