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Leading 2008 Presidential Candidate Imperato Speaks on Corporate America Selling out and Security Br

Evaluating the United States’ position from a global business perspective, 2008 Leading Independent Presidential Candidate Daniel Imperato commented on the security threat to our telecommunications infrastructure.

[USPRwire, Sat Sep 16 2006] Imperato first vowed to effectuate change in his presidency for the issues that few politicians truly address.

“I, Daniel Imperato, speak out today and promise America that things will change when I win the 2008 race for president with your support. The change will include the many irregularities in our policies, both foreign and domestic, along with jobs, immigration, healthcare, social security, etc.”

Then Imperato went on to position the security threat that is being posed to the United States.

“Today I stand up to the American people as The People’s President for 2008, to Revive America. Our country is in a serious dilemma and no one is paying attention to what’s happening to our companies and most important the people that work for them. Here we are blocking the UAE ports deal, the China UNOCAL deal, and nobody’s looking at the security breech that I believe will prove to be huge repercussions to the USA and its citizens.”

In particular, he pointed to the proposed merger of Lucent Technologies and Alcatel.

“Mark my words pertaining to this subject; the French Government and Alcatel are in the process of acquiring Lucent Technologies, one of the most important leaders in telecommunications equipment in the world not to mention one of the biggest employers in the USA for the American people. The French are moving in planning to acquire Lucent because of our weak dollar and the leverage they have for cross border transactions without scrutiny.”

Recently on September 7, 2006, the shareholders of Lucent Technologies approved the merger agreement, which allows French-based Alcatel to acquire the company.

Imperato suggested that there may be more to uncover about his potential transaction.

“Did you ever think that there are third parties behind this deal? We have complained about Russia, blocked China from the UNOCAL acquisition, and the Arabs from the Dubai Ports deal. But did the administration ever think that the French are in the front of third parties that are attacking our telecommunications manufacturing capabilities enabling foreign parties to siphon the patents and patent applications? Did anyone look to see if foreign entities are trying to reproduce products, based upon the ownership of a US company overseas, allowing them to include bugging, tracking, and listening devices causing breeches of security, risking national interest, and the violation of privacy for the citizens of the USA?”

In addition, he felt that jobs would be greatly impacted if Lucent Technologies shipped all of their jobs overseas.

“In light of that fact, we are also jeopardizing serious jobs from one of the great employers because, mark my words, once they come in to the US market they will shrink the employment basis and staff and shift the employment overseas. Not to mention they will suck out the patent applications and patents that are owned by Lucent Technologies to prepare for manufacturing in the Asian Markets. Also, it just so happens that Alcatel has strong ties with both China and India.”

Also, as jobs go overseas, so do call-centers and American security.

“In addition I call on the people of the US to support my mission to revive America and to bring back jobs to America, specifically the call centers. I am outraged that every time I utilize an 800 access number for airlines, credit cards, etc. I receive foreign voices from foreign lands. These same calls are using VOIP technologies that enables cheap calls, many interruptions, time delays, not to mention the breech of security in the areas of wire tapping our telecommunications infrastructure and the sub-sea fiber optic cable network that the majority of the owned by Reliant, an Indian Company, and SingTech, the Chinese company.”

Imperato felt that American companies, especially in telecommunications, were under siege by foreign buyers.

“Our telecommunications infrastructure is not only being breeched by the sale of Lucent, but also of Flag, FLHE and Global Crossings to foreign buyers. We the people of the United States and I, Daniel Imperato vow to change this dilemma by utilizing my business experience for over 30 years and specifically my global telecommunications experience as a citizen.”

Supporting that notion was also the recent acquisition of Texas-based Vertias DGC Inc. by the French oilfield services group Compagnie Generale De Geophysique (CGG), another French acquisition of a US-based company.

In addition, Imperato pointed out that politicians have focused on complaining about President Bush and no one has raised this issue about American security.

“I am once again appalled at the fact that while this country complains that our President George W. Bush is illegally tapping our phones and listening to our phone calls no one in this administration or any politician for that matter is concerned that the rest of the world is listening to our phone calls. Not one politician has mentioned the security breech by passing Social Security Numbers to foreign people in call centers in foreign lands who are subject to payoffs, theft, and intrusion.”

“Did it ever occur that our administration is not only looking in the wrong place listening to our calls but what about the rest of the world and fact that identity theft has been soaring? Did anyone bring to the table the fact that we are giving out our Social Security Numbers information out to third parties around the world which is a breech of security.”

Imperato concluded his statement with the following remarks, “These foreign call centers have no rules and regulations and have the ability to sell our information, steal personal identification, and access our telecommunications infrastructure. I say today that we must stop this process and we must call on corporations to realize what they are doing to this country and have them stop selling out America. This is an outrage and must be addressed immediately. I promise the USA and its people that I will do something about it.”
About Daniel Imperato, Presidential Candidate, (
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. He also operated a trading company in Singapore and owned a manufacturing company in Belgium. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. Daniel has consulted for Fortune 500 corporations, with a mix of product lines, consisting of telecommunications products and services, telecommunications equipment including v-sat terminals and handheld mobile satellite telephones, along with passport and identification cards services and secure documents for foreign governments around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, and a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization ( Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.

About Webster Brooks, Vice Presidential Candidate
Webster Brooks was born in Colorado (1956) to an Army family and was raised in Detroit. In Detroit, Brooks saw the pride and spirit of Middle America growing up in a town that was heavily influenced by the auto industry and Motown music. Twenty Four years later, he ran for Mayor of Washington DC in 1990 as independent, and then worked with many democrats, republicans and independent in politics. In 2002, Brooks' organization, The National Black Republican Network, became the most popular public forum for Black conservatives and Republicans, but included independents as well. Brooks was named as one of 'The 20 Most Influential Black Conservatives' by Headway Magazine and an 'Intellectual Tour de Force' by the Detroit News. During this time, Brooks chaired the National Congress of Black Conservatives and the National Black Coalition for School Choice. He currently resides in Hartford, CT with his loving family.

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