by: Ethan A. Huff
(NaturalNews) As a followup to our report about the US government's recent illegal raid of Gibson Guitars Corp., a major US based manufacturer of musical instruments , Gibson's CEO Henry Juszkiewicz has openly announced that the US government actually advised him in a pleading that if he simply were to move his workforce to Madagascar, he could avoid his current quandary entirely.
"Mr. Juszkiewicz, did an agent of the US government suggest to you that your problems would go away if you used Madagascar labor instead of American labor?" Daniel is quoted as asking Juszkiewicz in a recent Redstate report. After responding that the suggestion was, indeed, made in a written pleading, Juszkiewicz confirmed insinuations by the government that if Gibson would simply outsource its labor force, Juszkiewicz's problems would "go away."
Ironically, Gibson's first encounter with federal agents back in 2009 specifically involved rare wood imported from Madagascar, none of which was actually confirmed illegal. A ruling was also never made in that case, and Gibson was never convicted of committing any crime. And now officials are instructing the company to move its workforce to the very same country that is an unexplained problem for the US government.
So what exactly is going on here? Why is the US government repeatedly attacking Gibson on baseless charges, and now instructing it to actually eliminate American jobs by exporting them to Africa? The only logical explanation for all this madness in light of the facts is a sinister plot to target America's few remaining large manufacturers for extinction, and drive what few jobs remain to developing countries.