A key source clues me in on TPP code of silence

A key source clues me in on TPP code of silence

Is the US Senate a representative body or a mafia?

by Jon Rappoport

May 22, 2015

Read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed.

“In acting, sincerity is everything. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.” — George Burns

In a previous article, I asked: on what legal basis must US (and other nations’) legislators obey a code of silence about the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty?

They can only read partial drafts and summaries of the trade pact, and then they can’t tell anyone what they’ve read.

It’s a version of “pass the bill and then you can read it and find out what’s in it.”

No problem, except a significant chunk of 12 nations’ futures are riding on the details of this treaty, which, from the leaks we’ve seen, is a boon for mega-corporations and a nightmare for populations.

In the US, Senators, who must vote for the treaty in order for it to pass, go into sealed rooms and look at text—excerpts from drafts, summations—and then emerge, knowing they can be arrested if they open their mouths to anyone.

A source close to the treaty negotiations has given me the legal basis for this law of omertà:

National Security classifications that designate levels of secrecy for government data.

What? That old justification?

Yes. The relevant laws and regulations are long-standing. They are enforced by the Department of Justice. Various levels of classified data are set by agencies within the Executive Branch.

I asked this source (he has read TPP draft-sections and summaries) what the punishment would be for revealing what he knows.

He laughed. “I’m not about to find out,” he said.

Applying “Secret,” “Top Secret,” or other classifications to a treaty that must be voted on, in order to become law, is a unique situation.

It’s one thing to say a federal scientist can’t publicly publish details on how to build an H-bomb. It’s quite another thing to say US Senators can’t reveal, to the American people, what they’re voting on.

There is no Constitutional basis for such an assertion. In fact, it’s a direct violation of the Separation-of-Powers principle.

By assigning National Security secrecy-status to the details of the TPP, the Executive Branch is arbitrarily muzzling the Congress.

We’re witnessing a stunning farce.

Knowing they’ll be arrested, Senators should be spilling details of the TPP to anyone who’ll listen. They should be intentionally creating a Constitutional crisis.

They should be blowing the whistle on the covert attempt to put all Americans under the gun of a secret treaty.


The Matrix Revealed


Oh, but wait. That would be a Senate with conscience, and with balls. Not this menagerie of sold-out puppets and twits and party hacks and drunks and shysters and blackmail bait.

That would be a Senate out of some old Hollywood movie, which as a body suddenly rises up in a moment of great decision.

Obama has the chutzpah to tell dissenting members of Congress their criticisms of the TPP “aren’t specific.” He’s baiting them and tickling them, because he knows they’re not allowed to be specific about what they know.

Is there even one Senator who will accept the dare, who’ll step forward, in front of cameras, and recite everything he knows about what’s in the TPP?

If the FBI arrests him, that would set the stage for a fantastic courtroom scene.

We could use a good Constitutional crisis.

It could create a sudden acceleration of fizz in the rotting decaying swamp of Washington DC. It could loosen a few tongues, and a few more choice stench-ridden secrets could come spilling out.

But oh, there I go again, talking about a fictional Senate, one that would require men and women, not ruined shells.

Not hideous caricatures, pretending to be honorable by obsequiously obeying “see something, say nothing.”

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

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22 comments on “A key source clues me in on TPP code of silence

  1. theodorewesson says:

    http://www.democracynow.org/2015/3/19/obama_seeks_fast_track_for_tpp

    (…)

    LORI WALLACH: Well, fast-tracking the TPP would make it easier to offshore our jobs and would put downward pressure, enormous downward pressure, on Americans’ wages, because it would throw American workers into competition with workers in Vietnam who are paid less than 60 cents an hour and have no labor rights to organize, to better their situation. Plus, the TPP would empower another 25,000 foreign corporations to use the investor state tribunals, the corporate tribunals, to attack our laws. And then there would be another 25,000 U.S. corporations in the other TPP countries who could use investor state to attack their environmental and health and labor and safety laws. And if all that weren’t enough, Big Pharma would get new monopoly patent rights that would jack up medicine prices, cutting off affordable access. And there’s rollback of financial regulations put in place after the global financial crisis. And there’s a ban on “Buy Local,” “buy domestic” policies. And it would undermine the policy space that we have to deal with the climate crisis—energy policies are covered. Basically, almost any progressive policy or goal would be undermined, rolled back. Plus, we would see more offshoring of jobs and more downward pressure on wages. So the big battle is over fast track, the process.

    (…)

    AMY GOODMAN: I want to just ask one little example: “Buy American,” the whole push to try to buy things in the United—that are made here, because it would mean more U.S. jobs, etc.—how would that fit in to TPP?

    LORI WALLACH: So the way that that works is TPP, amongst its 29 chapters, only five of which have anything to do with trade, one of the nontrade chapters is a chapter about procurement, government procurement rules. And in that chapter, the requirement is that the U.S. government treat bids from any company in any TPP country identically to how they would treat a U.S. company’s bid. But Buy America and Buy American, two laws, the first one from 1934, requires you give a preference to a domestic company, so that when we’re spending our tax dollars, instead of offshoring our tax dollars, we’re reinvesting them in our communities to create jobs and also, by the way, to create innovation. So, like the CAFE standards, that are now normal, the fuel efficiency standards for cars, that was first a procurement condition; so the Renewable Portfolio Standards, the renewable energy standards that are now part of government procurement—that’s how you create a market using the government funds for a behavior you want the private sector to shift to.

    Great policy tool, great job creator, super—except, under TPP, we’d have to give a waiver to that preference. Any company in any TPP country, so even ones that aren’t from those countries—Chinese state-owned enterprise firms in Vietnam—would have to be treated the same as a U.S. company and get all of those government contracts. And that’s also the same rule that undermines all the Buy Local preferences. So to the extent—you know, for instance, a lot of school districts have done rules that say, “Let’s buy local food from local farmers. Let’s not have a big multinational company ship our vegetables a thousand miles away when we have the ability from right here to produce and procure.” Those would also be violations. You have to treat the foreign company the same, give them the same access, as you would any domestic company. And if we don’t change our laws to meet those rules, we would face trade sanctions until we do.

    • Chris says:

      You, sir, are awesome. Thank you for your work and giving words to my muted cursing and constant disbelief as I watch the criminality playing out on the global stage.

    • Johnny Kay says:

      Theodorewesson: The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement will pass because the international corporate elite that runs things behind the scenes wants it to pass. The TPP will be supported by Democrats and Republicans — no matter how damaging the TPP will be to the vast majority of Americans and no matter how much it may be opposed by the vast majority of Americans — because Democrats and Republicans all play for the same team and are all paid by the same people. They are not ideologically motivated; they do what they are told.

      Capital has no country. The United States will be ruined, but the international corporate elite that runs things behind the scenes has no allegiance to any country. Destroying the United States is to them like causing a depression in Thailand. The international corporate elite — and I’m not talking about the “1%”, more like the 0.0001% — always come out on top, no matter what happens to the rest of us.

      The sooner we realize that our politicians are willing servants of the corporate elite and promote an agenda hostile to the interests of most Americans, the sooner we can begin to make the large-scale systemic changes necessary to create true self-governance.

      If we sit around waiting for “our party” to get back in control and make things right — or wait for the next political charmer anointed by the corporate media as the “outsider” who will at last take us to the promised land — nothing will change and those really in control will continue to be way ahead of us.

      • ozziethinker says:

        @JK

        It will be interesting to see if “waking up” will prompt a REAL declaration of war and what “form” it will take. Once “known” 0.00001% become ever so vulnerable. They can only stay “hidden” for so long. A new batch of Star Kids are being produced each with a wide open third eye. Those vaccines will only help improve their “vision”.

        Best
        OT

        • Johnny Kay says:

          Ozziethinker: Your reference to vaccines is enigmatical. Care to elaborate?

          • ozziethinker says:

            https://ozziethinker.wordpress.com/2014/09/14/strange-encounters-of-the-autistic-kind/

            Excerpt

            “According to Gould, while out of his body his son lived with a second family of Mantis types. These are well known to those that study exo-politics and look like bipedal grass hoppers, some towering over ten foot. The modern name is the Mantid-type, but I think the old name was Thuban. I have experience of these and have visited both the master soul energy field and the solid (rock) version. Energetically they are very odd. Whereas all human beings have convex ectoplasms, the Thubans are concave. Early myths paraded by the mainstream media persuaded that those with ADHD were addicted to sugary drinks. Though there may be no truth to this, it is interesting to note that the Thubans drink sugary nectar for sustenance. Indeed, Thubans are not designed (able) to eat. There are numerous cases of hypnotic regressions revealing human/Thuban relationships. After being regressed, a number have claimed they are “hybrid” with either a Thuban mother or father. Most notably, the London Town Councillor, Simon Parkes claims to have a “Mantid mum”. Nevertheless, he is a reptilian. His energy field is very clear. Some reptilians also have concave ectoplasms, but I have never witnessed a human/reptilian field of this character. Via the joint-venture activities with the ancient god known as Thoth, various insect-reptile combinations have been created. Thoth is miscategorised as an Ibis….”

  2. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Jon, for your efforts to reveal what most people do not want to see: Constitutional government has been fully gutted.

    I appreciate your efforts.

  3. Dawn Vierra says:

    Shari g. Quite the abomination we have going on.

  4. Tracy Kolenchuk says:

    It seems the TPP is perfectly positioned to deflect all criticism, by ensuring that people only criticize the process, the secrecy, not the document, until the agreement is in place. It’s an interesting technical advancement in the technology of ‘democracy’. It’s technology, not democracy.

  5. Noch einmal: Wieso müssen die Verhandlungen GEHEIM gehalten werden?… Hier vom Pulitzer-nominierten Jon Rappoport zum ähnlich gehaltenen Fall des TTP, wo die US-Volksver-Treter “mafioser” Vorgangsweisen bezichtigt werden…

  6. I don’t know why more organizations aren’t up in arms over this? AARP should be all over this since $700 million will be cut from Medicare. Spread the word to everybody who calls a Republican Representative to oppose the TPP to say they oppose Obamatrade since they hate everything Obama! Fight on and vote BERNIE 2016!!

  7. ramolad says:

    Yes, Congress is failing us by Not disclosing what’s in the TPP–how can the text of a putative law possibly be kept a secret from the people! We are clearly not a functioning democracy.

  8. Greg Osborne says:

    “Knowing they’ll be arrested, Senators should be spilling details of the TPP to anyone who’ll listen. They should be intentionally creating a Constitutional crisis.

    They should be blowing the whistle on the covert attempt to put all Americans under the gun of a secret treaty.”

    Damn right, Jon!

    What outrages me the most is that there is hardly a whimper of serious and LOUD dissent from ANYONE in Congress or the MSM over this. For the COWARDS in Congress to even go along with this blatantly illegal act is naked proof that the American People have been sold out at the highest levels of government. They should be telling Obama not to darken America’s doorstep with this garbage.

    Speaking from a politically selfish standpoint, this would be the perfect scenario for some egotistical, self-serving ham from the House or Senate to make a name for him/herself and defy the so-called “national security classifications”. You couldn’t BUY that kind of publicity.

    Come to think of it, If one of these so-called “presidential candidates” really wanted to separate themselves from the pack, this would be the time.

    But then again, the American People probably wouldn’t care anyway, because TO CARE, one has to be aware of what’s going on in one’s country in order to realize what the stakes are in all of this. That’s just not the case here in Zombieland USA.

    We have become a nation of cowards. We have gotten what we deserve.

    • cindy says:

      Yes, I agree American’s are definitely partly to blame! By the way, Trade Promotion Authority just passed the Senate! At 9/11 pm eastern standard time! Wake-up America 9/11–that is the New World Order in your Face!! If it passes the House, not ONLY do we lose our country, we also lose Humanity! You will lose your Human Status , and be Nothing but Corporate Property! A resource to be exploited for Profit! All living things on this Planet will be for harvesting, including YOU! It will be a Technocratic world of Enslavement A world where Profit is King! Are you ready America, for that Degraded Life? You better do What ever you can to stop it in the House or it’s Game-Over FOREVER!!!

  9. onlyonemaui says:

    Legislators obey a code of silence about the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty…
    QUESTION….:HOW CAN YOU TELL WHEN A LEGISLATOR IS LYING…??
    ANSWER…: WHEN THEIR LIPS MOVE…..

    It’s one thing to say a federal scientist can’t publicly publish details on how to build an H-bomb. It’s quite another thing to say US Senators can’t reveal, to the American people, what they’re voting on.
    ANSWER…; EXCEPT WHEN MONSANTO IS IN CHARGE..~!!

    WE NEED TO LQQK THESE SO-CALLED “PUBLIC SERVANTS IN THEIR EYES”….AND MAKE THEM “ALL”…”PERSONALLY ACCOUNTABLE”….THAT IS HOW WE WILL FINALLY WIN……~!!

    We’re witnessing a stunning farce. “TOTALLY AGREED”…….AND NEEDS TO FINALLY BE ENDED..~!

    Direct violation of the Separation-of-Powers principle.,,AND, OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS”..THAT,…THEY ARE ALL SWORN IN TO UPHOLD…~!!

    ITS ALL CALLED “ETHICS”…….WHICH…involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct….a system of moral principles….the “rules of conduct” recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions of a particular group…
    The rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions….

    “MORALS”….concerning or relating to what is right and wrong in human behavior..

    CONCLUSION…Morals are far more about “good and bad” than anything else….

    WE ARE TOTALLY MISSING “ETHICS AND MORALS”…IN OUR SOCIETY…(AND THEIR IS NOBODY TO STAND UP TO THIS)…BECAUSE OF A “TEMPORARY MOMENTARY GAIN”…

    SHAME ON THEM…….THAT’S WHERE THE LIGHT NEEDS TO BE SHED…..
    ALOOOHA FROM MAUI..

  10. ozziethinker says:

    Different “stink”, Jon, but wasn’t America “stonewalled” into Iraq 2? From what I remember your illustrious Senators were blind, deaf and dumb to criticisms levelled at “evidence against” Iraq. Charismatic Canadian historian, Michael Parenti, even coordinated a protesting contingent which included the Irish ex Prime Minister and other notable patrons. The din did not penetrate the silence.

    All that depleted plutonium dumped on Iraq, with devastating impact on the health of the people they were supposedly “supporting”, courtesy of Clinton, was wiped from the memory banks.

    The “books were cooked” long ago. There is but one resolve – THE PEOPLE!

    • Michael Burns says:

      Do you know how much it costs to get rid of that kind of nuclear waste? I mean…come on. Heard about two birds with one stone.

  11. theodorewesson says:

    SENATE REPUBLICANS GIVE OBAMA NEW POWERS
    DETAILS REMAIN ‘CLASSIFIED’

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-wins-trade-victory-in-the-senate/2015/05/22/1cb6958e-00c7-11e5-8b6c-0dcce21e223d_story.html

    (see also: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/05/22/1386927/-TPP-Remains-Classified-after-Trade-Transparency-Act-is-Blocked-by-Senate-Republicans)

    (see also: http://www.infowars.com/senate-passes-free-trade-bill-house-remains-bigger-hurdle/)

    [What transpired in the Senate on Friday, 5/22]

    A coalition of 48 Senate Republicans and 14 Democrats voted for [Obama’s] Trade Promotion Authority [legislation] late Friday [5/22/2015], sending the legislation to a difficult fight in the House, where it faces more entrenched opposition from Democrats. [37 Senators opposed and 1 abstained].

    [ “Trade Promotion Authority” legislation background: The fast track negotiating authority for trade agreements is the authority of the President of the United States to negotiate international agreements that Congress can approve or disapprove but cannot amend or filibuster. Also called trade promotion authority (TPA) since 2002, fast track negotiating authority is a temporary and controversial power granted to the President by Congress. The authority was in effect from 1975 to 1994, pursuant to the Trade Act of 1974, and from 2002 to 2007 by the Trade Act of 2002. Although it expired for new agreements on July 1, 2007, it continued to apply to agreements already under negotiation until they were eventually passed into law in 2011. In 2012, the Obama administration began seeking renewal of the authority. — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_track_%28trade%29 ]

    [The Trade Promotion Authority legislation] make[s] it easier for [Obama] to complete a wide-ranging trade deal [for exploitive corporations acting through the vestigial governments of the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan, and, Mexico, Chile, and Peru — on the one hand, and, the vestigial governments of Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam, and Malaysia — on the other hand]. [aka the Trans Pacific partnership (TPP) — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Pacific_Partnership ].

    [The Trade Promotion Authority legislation’s] so-called “fast-track provisions” would allow Congress, under strict timelines, to consider trade deals [(such as the Trans Pacific Partnership)] with a simple up-or-down vote without any amendments or requirements of a Senate super-majority to end debate [i.e. filibuster]. That would help Obama complete the final details of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), with the other 11 [vestigial governments], a [geographic] bloc that represents about 40 percent of the global economy.

    If [the Trade Promotion Authority legislation] clears [the House], Obama’s negotiators will push to conclude the [Trans Pacific Partnership] trade pact and then send it to Congress for final approval, possibly later this year or early next year.

    On Friday, union leaders [working through various senators] narrowly lost their bid [48 to 51, one absention] for passage of an amendment [to the Trade Promotion Authority legislation] designed to create strict regulation of global currency markets.

    Treasury Department “officials” warned that the [amendment] would prompt a presidential veto, because the other [vestigial governments] would potentially abandon the TPP talks.

    [The amendment would have required the [Executive branch] to punish other [vestigial governments] deemed guilty of keeping their currency rates artificially low versus the [Atlantic Alliance’s (*) Federal Reserve Note fiat currency unit] in order to gain an export advantage. A lower currency makes a country’s exports more attractive to others, and makes imports less attractive to its own residents.] [ (*) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Atlantic_Treaty ]

    In the hours leading up to [the amendment] vote, [Barry Davis, aka Frank Marshall Davis, Jr., aka Obama] worked the phones with wavering senators to defeat the measure, relying heavily on his usual foes — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and his top lieutenants — to round up 51 votes to narrowly defeat the measure.

    “President [Barry Davis] will veto any TPA bill that contains this [global currency markets regulation] amendment. A vote for [the] Portman-Stabenow [amendment to the Trade Promotion Authority legislation] is also a vote to kill TPP [trade agreement],” Hatch said just before the vote on the amendment.

    In the end, 41 Republicans and 10 Democrats defeated the amendment [to the TPA legislation], which was considered the last major hurdle to securing Senate passage of the [Trade Promotion Authority] legislation.

    On the final roll call [for the actual trade Promotion Authority legislation itself], five Republicans joined 32 Democrats in opposing the Trade Promotion Authority legislation — an odd collection that ranged from Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) and his top two lieutenants to staunch conservatives such as Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.). “Congress is forgetting its duty: to improve jobs and wages for Americans,” Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), one of the most conservative senators, said in a statement.

    ~~~

    [Now, on to the House:]

    House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) has said that the TPA bill will come up at some point in June, after his chamber returns from a 10-day break that began Thursday (5/21/15).

    [The now] chairman of the [House] Ways and Means Committee, [Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)], is leading the push to secure as many votes as possible from the Republican side of the aisle for [Barry Davis’s] [Trade Promotion Authority legislation] on trade deals. He has been working with Boehner’s leadership team convening meetings with Republicans to educate the dozens of junior lawmakers who have never considered a trade deal like the potential Pacific Rim pact [aka Trans Pacific Partnership].

    Just 55 members of the House were in office during the 1993 debate for the North American Free Trade Agreement, and nearly 140 lawmakers — a third of the entire House — have never voted on any trade deal before. The last trade deals, with Panama, Colombia and South Korea, were approved in October 2011.

    ~~~

    The United States corporation’s “free trade” agreements
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_free_trade_agreements

    Panama–United States Trade Promotion Agreement
    (Spanish: Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Panamá y Estados Unidos or TLC)
    (entered into force on October 31, 2012)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panama%E2%80%93United_States_Trade_Promotion_Agreement

    United States–Colombia Free Trade Agreement (CTPA)
    (Spanish: Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Colombia y Estados Unidos or TLC)
    (entered into force on October 31, 2012)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States%E2%80%93Colombia_Free_Trade_Agreement

    Free trade agreement between the United States of America and the Republic of Korea (KORUS FTA)
    (entered into force on March 2012)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_trade_agreement_between_the_United_States_of_America_and_the_Republic_of_Korea

    ~~~~

    Trans-Pacific Partnership:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Pacific_Partnership

    There are twelve countries which are participating in negotiations for the Trans-Pacific partnership. Four of these have already ratified the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement in 2006, while eight more have joined negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, whose text has not yet been finalized.

    United States Negotiating February 2008
    Canada Negotiating October 2012
    Australia Negotiating November 2008
    New Zealand Original Signatory June 2005
    Japan Negotiating March 2013
    ~
    Mexico Negotiating October 2012
    Chile Original Signatory June 2005
    Peru Negotiating November 2008
    ~
    Brunei Original Signatory June 2005
    Singapore Original Signatory June 2005
    Vietnam Negotiating November 2008
    Malaysia Negotiating October 2010

    Potential future members:

    South Korea is not part of the initial agreement, but it has shown interest in entering the TPP, and was invited to the TPP negotiating rounds by the US after the successful conclusion of its Free trade agreement between the United States of America and the Republic of Korea in December 2010. South Korea already has bilateral trade agreements with some TPP members, but areas such as vehicle manufacturing and agriculture still need to be agreed upon, making further multilateral TPP negotiations somewhat complicated. South Korea may join the TPP as part of a second wave of expansion for the trade agreement.

    Other countries interested in TPP membership include Taiwan, the Philippines, Laos, Colombia, Thailand, and Indonesia. According to law professor Edmund Sim, many of these potential countries would have to change their protectionist trade policies in order to join the TPP. Other potential future members include Cambodia, Bangladesh and India.

    The most notable country in the Pacific Rim not involved in the negotiations is China. According to the Brookings Institute, the most fundamental challenge for the TPP project regarding China is that “it may not constitute a powerful enough enticement to propel China to sign on to these new standards on trade and investment. China so far has reacted by accelerating its own trade initiatives in Asia.” However, China may still be interested in joining the TPP eventually.

    ~~~

    Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transatlantic_Trade_and_Investment_Partnership

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed free trade agreement between the European Union and the United States. Proponents say the agreement would result in multilateral economic growth, while critics say it would increase corporate power and make it more difficult for governments to regulate markets for public benefit. The American government considers the TTIP a companion agreement to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. After a proposed draft was leaked in March 2014, the European Commission launched a public consultation on a limited set of clauses and in January 2015 published parts of an overview.

    An agreement is not expected to be finalized before 2016.

  12. fromawaysite says:

    When you think about this, the end is here. The blackness surrounds us, evil grows stronger every passing day.

  13. phil strawman says:

    TPP is stupid: It wants to drop all tariff/import taxes, then governments lose all control of trade policies, and the corporations run the whole show.
    Only real traitors support TTP.

  14. The time is now to ‘pull together’ and take peaceful action to transform force, fraud, and deceit under Roman Civil Law that divides society into 2 classes, ruler and ruled a.k.a. separation consciousness, into unity consensus that empowers Natural Law: Do no harm, and do not allow others to harm you.

    As per the Constitution of the International Tribunal For Natural Justice.

    Article 20: Applicable Law
    1. The Tribunal shall apply and follow the higher law and ‘natural law’ and the highest
    commitment to universal moral law and the principles of natural justice taking into
    account when appropriate national and international laws applicable to the cases and
    parties before the Tribunal such to ensure and determine a just and fair outcome and
    in accordance with the protection of human rights and the rule of law. Learn more at
    http://www.itnj.org/itnj/itnj-constitution

    http://scannedretina.com/2015/03/19/before-things-get-out-of-hand-judge-anna-von-reitz/

  15. Assigning National Security secrecy-status to the details of TPP violates the Separation-of-Powers principle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnqk-yGzYYg

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