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Obama’s Super Secret Treaty Which Will Push The Deindustrialization Of America Into Overdrive

by Michael Snyder, Economic Collapse Blog:

Did you know that Barack Obama has been secretly negotiating the most important trade agreement since the formation of the World Trade Organization? Did you know that this agreement will impose very strict Internet copyright rules, ban all “Buy American” laws, give Wall Street banks much more freedom to trade risky derivatives and force even more domestic manufacturing offshore? If you have not heard about this treaty, don’t feel bad. Obama has refused to even give Congress a copy of the draft agreement and he has banned members of Congress from attending the negotiations. The plan is to keep this treaty secret until the very last minute and then to railroad it through Congress and have it signed into law by October. The treaty is known as “the Trans-Pacific Partnership”, and the nations that are reported to be involved in the development of this treaty include the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Peru, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia. Opponents of this treaty refer to it as “the NAFTA of the Pacific”, and if it is enacted it will push the deindustrialization of America into overdrive.

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1 comment to Obama’s Super Secret Treaty Which Will Push The Deindustrialization Of America Into Overdrive

  • NaySayer

    I’ve been hearing about this treaty and what is supposedly in it for over a year. It is some scary stuff. It basically makes international coroporations into their own countries or nations and makes all geographically based nations into nothing.

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