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Pro TTP “OP-Ed’s” remarkably similar to drafts by foreign government lobbyists

OPINION COLUMNS PUBLISHED in California newspapers over the last year in support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership use language nearly identical to drafts written and distributed by public relations professionals who were retained by the Japanese government to build U.S. support for the controversial trade agreement. Take this column by former San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders, who now … Continue reading

Trans-Atlantic and Trans-Pacific “Partnerships”: Complete Corporate World Takeover

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Global Research, April 10, 2016 As I have emphasized since these “partnerships” were first announced, their purpose is to give corporations immunity from the laws in the countries in which they do business. The principle mechanism of this immunity is the granting of the right to corporations to sue governments and … Continue reading

Don’t Give a Damn about the TTP? You’re going to Wish it gave a Damn about you

  Try this at home. Dress up corporate. Stand on a corner with a clipboard. Hover a drone with a video camera nearby. Ask passersby: 1. Who’s in the Super Bowl? 2. Who should be president next year? 3. What was just signed in New Zealand that, if ratified, will let corporations overturn U.S. laws, … Continue reading

Trans Pacific Partnership – The Plan all Along

UPDATE: TPP would cost lives’: WikiLeaks unveils full intellectual property chapter Here is one smart opinion piece, The Devil is in the details from RT NEWS. Nothing about the Trans Pacific Partnership is going to help anyone but corporations. If it was anything beneficial to humanity, why would they keep it secret? This is some … Continue reading