This is not the first time the author of this website has sounded the alarm against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). By itself it is a bad piece of legislation for America but it is made worse if President Obama is given the right to Fast-Track it. Please read the joint statement released by U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest and U.S. Rep Duncan Hunter (R-CA) regarding the impending vote on fast-track executive authority and the threat that it poses to the rights and sovereignty of the America citizen, then please call your Senator ASAP! To read the entire statement from the Senators, click on this link.
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Fast-Track Would Give Obama Green Light To Form EU-Inspired ‘Pacific Union’, Surrender Congress’ Treaty Powers
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is yet another trade agreement like NAFTA, only much worse, that will see jobs going overseas with the middle class the loser and the corporations again the winners. The TPP will merge the economies of many countries, including the U.S., decreasing our national sovereignty and taking the world just that much closer to a One World Order. TPP negotiations, which affect millions of people, are done behind closed doors, with no input from the citizens. To make matters even worse, there is an attempt to allow President Obama the ability to “fast track” this agreement. Fast tracking would put Obama in the driver’s seat, leaving Congress only minimal control over the process.
Note: The reader will note that my first link below will take them to the Huffington Post; a very far left group. However, in the case of the TPP both the far left and conservative right agree that the loss of American jobs overseas will hurt the middle class. This leaves only those special interests who want to benefit the big corporations, and by default, damage main street, to push the TPP agreement over the finish line.
To watch a very short video providing a summary of the TPP click on this link.
To read a more in-depth article about the Trans-Pacific Partnership click on this link.
Please Call Congressman Orrin Hatch: 202-224-5252
Thomas Jefferson said, “…trade with all, no tangling alliances with anyone.”
Perhaps you would like (and I use the term “like” in this situation loosely) to learn more about Article 2, paragraph 7 in the United Nations’ Charter that, if followed by the United Nations, should prevent the United Nations from sticking its nose into the business of sovereign countries. Article 2, paragraph 7, states
“Nothing contained in the present Charter shall authorize the United Nations to intervene in matters which are essentially within the jurisdiction of any state (aka country)….”
Unfortunately, as you will read in this article, it is in the best interests of the United Nations to ignore Article 2, paragraph 7 of its Charter and stick its nose in the business of other nations in order to forward the effort by the elite to create a One World Order.