Secret Globalist Treaty Threatens Internet Freedom

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    Obama poised to fast-track secret agreement

    Kurt Nimmo
    Prison Planet.com
    November 13, 2013

    Wikileaks has released a 95 page, 30,000 word document spelling out details on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). The secret globalist agreement will have a significant effect on a wide range of issues including internet freedom, medicine, patents, and civil liberties. The cabal will meet in Salt Lake, Utah, between November 19 and 24.

    The draft text for the TPP Intellectual Property Rights Chapter spells out provisions for implementing a transnational “enforcement regime” designed to supplant national laws and sovereignty with a globalist construct. The TPP is by far the largest and most oppressive economic treaty devised thus far. It will have an impact on a staggering 40 percent of worldwide GDP. The TPP is the forerunner to the equally secret US-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TPP). Both treaties combined will cover 60 percent of world GDP and exclude China.

    Enforcement will be accomplished by “supranational litigation tribunals to which sovereign national courts are expected to defer.” According to the document, the globalist courts can conduct hearings with secret evidence.

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/secret-globalist-treaty-threatens-internet-freedom.html
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe Congress has to ratify any such treaty. The president signing it is just a gesture--one that we've come to expect from the sitting president.
     
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    No need for all that anymore. Globalist treaties no longer need to be ratified to be implemented. That's what executive orders and public private partnerships are for.

    This is how it's done now a days Don.

    Obama's venture into Agenda 21 - BEWARE

    "We don't need no steenking ratification."
     
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    And Obama reportedly is seeking "trade promotion authority" which would give him the ability to sign this treaty before Congress even votes on it...
    Normally free -trade agreements must be authorized by a majority of the House and Senate, usually in lengthy proceedings.
    However, the White House is seeking what is known as “trade promotion authority” which would fast track approval of the TPP by requiring Congress to vote on the likely lengthy trade agreement within 90 days and without any amendments.

    The authority also allows Obama to sign the agreement before Congress even has a chance to vote on it, with lawmakers getting only a quick post-facto vote.
    This is so insidious that it is hard to find the words to describe it.

    In essence, Obama is trying to make a giant end run around Congress on dozens of different issues that are addressed by this treaty.

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/...y-into-the-emerging-one-world-economic-system

    Treaty Threatens Global Government … Run by Giant Corporations

    We noted last year:
    An international treaty being negotiated in secret which would not only crack down on Internet privacy much more than SOPA or ACTA, but would actually destroy the sovereignty of the U.S. and all other signatories.

    It is called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
    We also noted that even Congressmen are furious that the bill was being kept secret from the American public.

    And that the TPP is an anti-American power grab by big corporations.

    Wikileaks has now leaked the intellectual property chapter of the secret treaty … and it’s as bad as we feared.

    Public Citizen explains how the TPP would limit people’s access to affordable medicine.

    And International Business Times explains:

    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/11/wikileaks-leak-tpp-treaty-world.html

    Trans-Pacific Partnership Ready for Christmas Delivery?

    President Obama’s fascination with intertwining the economic welfare of the United States with China is perhaps one reason a recent commentator called the TPP “another disaster from a proven liar.”

    Writing in an op-ed for the Washington Times, Judson Phillips lists several of the principal criticisms of the TPP:

    Barack Obama is asking for fast track authority for the Trans Pacific Partnership. Consider that to be another version of “you have to pass this to see what is in it.” With fast track authority, there will be no hearings on this treaty. It will be negotiated then sent to the Senate for a simple up or down vote. The Senate will not be able to provide advice and consent because they cannot offer amendments under fast track.

    Less than one fifth of the Trans Pacific Partnership deals with trade. The remainder of the treaty governs a myriad of things, including regulating the price of medicines. A few months ago, a mix of conservative and liberal groups stopped the “Stop Online Piracy Act” or SOPA. Most of the provisions of SOPA are included in the Trans Pacific Partnership.

    Under the proposals of the TPP, American sovereignty would be eroded. American courts would be inferior to foreign trade courts and disputes between American citizens and foreign corporations would not be litigated in American courts but in these trade tribunals.

    The TPP is guilty of each of those charges, and the evidence is overwhelming.

    Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of all the roster of frightening things about the TPP is the secrecy surrounding the details of the agreement.

    http://thenewamerican.com/economy/item/16929-trans-pacific-partnership-ready-for-christmas-delivery
     
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    Bump......
     
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    Devastating US-EU trade pact would make genocide a legitimate business model

    The United States and the European Union are negotiating a free-trade agreement they hail as mutually beneficial but in actuality would allow corporations to supersede countries’ sovereignty and legal framework, says Max Keiser of RT’s The Keiser Report.

    The US and EU’s Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA) aims to hand foreign corporations ways to evade domestic laws and courts while giving “them the ability to sue the countries for compensatory damages from the economies that they’ve just devastated,” Keiser told RT.

    “It gives all the power to the entities that have destroyed the European economy, the big banks that have gutted the European economy,” Keiser said.

    Closed-door talks for the agreement started in July and will ultimately create an “investor-state” system in which regulatory structures on both sides of the Atlantic are weakened for the “profit-seeking” motives of mainly American corporate entities.

    “This gives extrajudicial power to corporations, to the investor state... beyond what is imaginable beyond the worst Orwellian nightmare,” Keiser said.

    http://rt.com/op-edge/eu-us-pact-devastating-566/
     

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