Free Trade Agreements And The United States

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Roll up the Council Foreign Relations (CFR), Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission, World Trade Organization (WTO), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the numerous existing trade pacts nearing conclusion, insert all these Rothschild and Rockefeller Globalist powers into a single unlimited corporate order, and it becomes obvious what the powers-that-be are truly concerned about.
The United States and the rest of world are involved in huge discussions over new trade arrangements. These deals used to be titled "free-trade agreements" and were in fact organized trade agreements, tailor-made for special interests, mostly in the United States and the European Union. Currently Congress is working on fast-track legislation. The
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Globalization has a flaw. Behind the scenes, something has the global elite scrambling for answers. It is the fact that the customer base for these mega-corporations is shrinking. And agreements like the TPP will only serve to shrink it more. What this means is not less people to buy things, in fact the world’s population is actually on the rise, but, it means consumer buying power is on the wane. People’s residual income is becoming less and less.
According to a current study by Oxfam International, virtually half the world’s fortune is possessed by one percent of the populace. Three and half billion people, which is the bottom half of the world’s people holds the same amount of wealth as the richest 85 people in the world. The Oxfam testimony is a welcome development that should put to rest the austerity-driven strategies recommended by governments and powerful financial institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, and others. The current monetary system only works if the core of society has money to spend and with that much wealth concentrated in the hands of the few only serves to break the system down, which is just Economics 101.
It begins by understanding that mega-corporations are the devices of world hegemony. They meddle in countries where labor is cheap, property and resources are plentiful, and they violate the sovereignty of nations. This is what they are intended to do. This is
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