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Chrysler to Merge with Bilderberger-owned Fiat? Disgraces Legacy of Dodge, Mopar, and Hemi by Joining Chrysler with Maker of the Italian Equivalent of Yugo
DETROIT (Reuters) – U.S. automaker Chrysler, already operating under government emergency aid, would cede control of its board and ultimately senior leadership if it completes a planned alliance with Italy’s Fiat SpA. The U.S. government and Fiat would appoint a board of directors for Chrysler, with a majority of them independent and not employed by either automaker, Chrysler Chief Executive Bob Nardelli said on Thursday in an internal memo to staff. “The board will have the responsibility to appoint a chairman,” Nardelli said in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters. “The board also will select a CEO with Fiat’s concurrence.”
…If Fiat takes over Chrysler, the company should declare Chapter 11 before hand and seperate Dodge and Jeep into their own corporation. The late 1960’s to early 1970’s Dodge/Plymouth muscle cars (Coronet, Challenger, Charger, Superbee, Superbird, Baracuda (Cuda), GTX, Duster) were perhaps the best automotive engineering EVER to come out of Detroit (there is a reason why all drag cars have Hemi blocks), and a merger with Fiat is a repudiation of this heritage. Here, driver Kowalski uses his psychic connection with DJ Super Soul to blast a white supercharged 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T soul machine past the po-lice Blue Meanies on a cannonball run from Denver to San Francisco in the 1971 cult classic “Vanishing Point.”


April 28, 2009 - Posted by | Financial High Treason

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