Written by Clifford Rutley

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Topics: Cars

Friday, 25 July 2008

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It's all gone tits up!

As it seems certain that Ford and General Motors may become bankrupt in the next few months, former bankrupt's MG Rover look certain to buy out the two failing western car manufacturers and move them to China.

Just like when MG Rover's leftovers were bought up by Nanjing Automotive Corporation in 2005, the same may happen to Vauxhall & Opel's parent company General Motors and Ford too!

As all real wealth creating industries, either by going bankrupt or by choice, seem to be moving to China and the US dollar seems to be going the way of the old Argentine Paso, it is only inevitable that the same will happen to Ford, GM and every other thing left in the west.

The owner of MG's parent company Nanjing Automotive Corporation is happy about the fall of the west. 'It is a great thing for us,' he told us over the phone. 'Soon we will take over the world and nothing you do there can stop us, because you won't have anything left or still working to fight us with. We have not only taken all of your industry and wealth, but all of your technology and know how as well - AAAAAA HAHAHAHAH AAAAA hahahaha haaaaaaa!'

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