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Old 06-28-2015, 01:58 PM   #1
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I may be Canadian but this new TPP or Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement is going to screw us little guys again. As we and Mexico are lumped in with NAFTA we get dragged along with no say. All being kept hush-hush and unless you explore alternate news sources you don't have a clue what is really going on in the world.

While we were distracted with the Confederate flag flap, Congress quietly forfeited our entire economic future via fast-track trade authority

Learn more: ECONOMIC SLAVERY FOR ALL: While we were distracted with the Confederate flag flap, Congress quietly forfeited our entire economic future via fast-track trade authority - NaturalNews.com


(NaturalNews) While America was distracted by a contrived, pre-planned Confederate flag distraction, the U.S. Congress forfeited the entire economic future of the country by quietly passing so-called "fast-track authority" which will allow President Obama to approve the TPP "free trade" agreement.

The TPP, as you may have heard, outright surrenders U.S. sovereignty to multinational corporations, handing them total global monopolies over labor practices, immigration, Big Pharma drug pricing, GMO food labeling, criminalization of garden seeds and much more. In all, the TPP hands over control of 80% of the U.S. economy to global monopolists, and the TPP is set up to enable those corporations to engage in virtually unlimited toxic chemical pollution, medical monopolization, the gutting of labor safety laws and much more.

Plus, did I mention the TPP will displace millions of American works as corporations outsource jobs to foreign workers? While corporations rake in the profits from new global powers, everyday American workers will lose their livelihoods and their jobs (not to mention their pensions).

Political sleight of hand: It was SOOOO easy to distract the American people with a flag flap!

Essentially, America just got sold out by people like Marco Rubio. And it was incredibly easy to pull off, too. First, America was distracted by a contrived, pre-planned mass hysteria / outrage event now known as the Confederate flag flap. Hilariously, this literal false flag controversy doesn't even involve the actual Confederate flag. It involves a battle flag that people mistakenly think is the Confederate flag. (But who needs historical accuracy when there's hysteria to spread?)

While Amazon.com was frantically deleting Confederate flag products from its website and everybody was going bat-crap insane over the 1970's comedy TV series Dukes of Hazzard and its use of the so-called Confederate flag on a hot rod car, Republicans and the President were busy committing outright treason at the highest levels: surrendering American sovereignty and economically enslaving all of America's future children.

And that's the tragic irony of all this: While the political left falsely believed it was denouncing slavery by pressuring every online retailer and government entity to ban the Confederate flag, the U.S. Congress was busy enacting a whole new level of total economic enslavement for everyone, regardless of their skin color.

While ignorant "activists" ran around in mass hysteria, thinking they were banishing a symbol of enslavement to the history books, they were actually providing the necessary public distraction for quiet passage of the TPP's fast-track authority.

In other words, they played right into the hands of the real slave masters: the globalist, monopolist corporations and their fascist government puppets who betray the People at every opportunity.

Believe me: These corporations don't care about the skin color of their slave workers. They gladly enslave everyone, including you and me, if we're stupid enough to allow our own elected representatives to forfeit America's future (which they just did).

Screw the Confederate flag issue, folks: All Americans are now the "property" of multinational monopolist corporations that have turned national governments against their own people. The Confederate flag flap was merely a useful distraction to trick the population using political sleight of hand to fool everyone about the real agenda being pursued in Washington.

America is now officially a nation of slave workers beholden to multinational corporate interests. How does your silly flag outrage feel now?



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Old 06-28-2015, 02:32 PM   #2
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Probably not a great treaty for us working stiffs ... but the end of the world as we know it? Really?
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Congress still has the power to reject the trade bill in its entirety when finally negotiated under fast track.
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The real sad story . . we have a Congress that is so dysfunctional that third world countries will not negotiate deals unless Congress is locked into a yes or no answer . . no making changes. . . and even worse . . Congress recognizes that it cannot be a party to negotiations

Sad indeed . . once again, the US is the laughing stock of the civilized world
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This treaty also removed a bunch of tariffs Japan had on American goods, alot of tariffs other countries had on American goods...

I honestly doubt this is going to impact much, some jobs might be lost, and there are still a preponderance of jobs that are currently open in many manufacturing careers
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