Friday, March 4, 2011

Toyota the BBC and the shameful USA assault

In 2010 a television show in the BBC called, “TopGear,” featured a Toyota truck. The truck was assaulted through numerous tests resulting in the vehicle being almost indestructible. The show is in three parts, see the links below.

Notice this show was aired in the United Kingdom, not the United States. The USA government under the control of the Democratic Party purposely attacked Toyota’s reliability. Along with their goose-stepping drones in the news media, it was a national spectacle. The goal was to decrease Toyota’s sales in the USA for a few reasons:

1 – The Obama regime (Democrats) hijacked General Motors and gave part ownership to the Union and the government. They had to increase sales by eliminating or hurting their chief competitor: Toyota.

2 – The Obama regime (Democrats) attacked Toyota because Toyota factories in the USA are not union and the Obama regime and Democrats owe their existence to the unions.

Part 1:
Part 2:
Part 3:

Concerning the Toyota recall and shameful Congressional investigations, it could be classified as fraud, if not mass hysteria to generate business for Toyota’s competition. In this case for General Motors and Chrysler, both stolen by the Obama regime.

In 2010 a report in The Wall Street Journal exposed this fraud. The government (U.S. Department of Transportation – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration - NHTSA) investigated the data recorders boxes on many of the crashed Toyotas. It was discovered the drivers instead of hitting the brake pedal to stop, hit the gas pedal thus causing the vehicles to speed up and crash. Basically the problem was stupid drivers, not the Toyota’s.

Chrysler and General Motors are basically owned by the U.S. government which is currently controlled by the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party and the Obama administrating beholding to the unions. The United Auto Workers union has Toyota in their cross-hairs because Toyota factories in the United States are not unionized.

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