The great TPP deathtrap for India, China

The great TPP deathtrap for India, China

And the other 10 member-nations

The terms of destruction

The clues are all there in Obamatrade and Obamacare

by Jon Rappoport

June 17, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

“Once in a while, a major leak oozes out of the government-corporate nexus. First responders and damage-control experts quickly arrive on the scene and throw a blanket over the shocking revelation. Media fall silent. Nothing happened. It was a momentary delusion. Everything is fine. To the degree that the public becomes aware of the truth, the public registers utter disbelief and denial. Why? Because believing this one thing would torpedo their faith in the whole structure of the synthetic invention called Reality.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

The truth emerges out of the shadows of secrecy…

Let’s start here. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a trade treaty, coming down the homestretch toward ratification, involving 12 nations which account for a staggering 40% of the world’s GDP. The TPP encompasses 775 million consumers.

Waiting in the wings is something much larger. It is the intention, up the road, to fold India and China into the treaty.

China is the most populous nation in the world. 1.4 billion people. India is the second most populous. 1.28 billion people. India is projected to overtake and pass China by 2025.

During his seven years in office, the most publicly recognizable PR man in the world, Barack Obama, has sweated and hammered on two policies. Just two. He is now in a panic over forcing one of those: the TPP. The other one was Obamacare. That’s it. Everything else was a Sunday picnic in the park.

Obamacare, the US national health insurance plan, when you strip it down to basics, was about one thing: bowing to drug companies.

It brought huge numbers of new people, previously uninsured, into the game. Meaning those people would be able to take the drugs—and the prices for those drugs would remain high.

So it is with the TPP, as it turns out. One of the major priorities is forcing member countries to accept higher pricing on medical drugs. Which was exactly the deal in Obamacare. Big Pharma backed Obamacare for the express purpose of cutting out debates about lowering costs on drugs.

In that respect, Obamacare and the TPP are mirror images of each other.

One other vital detail: the TPP will also allow pharmaceutical companies to push drugs and force them into markets where, ordinarily, they could be rejected as unsafe.

The problem? Well, how about this: every year, in the US, by a conservative assessment, medical drugs kill 106,000 people.

That number comes from Dr. Barbara Starfield, who at the time (July 2000) was a revered public health expert working at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Her assessment, “Is US health really the best in the world?”, was published on July 26, 2000, in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

I have often cited her review, and I’ve presented other references that back her up. In fact, if you go to a web page on the FDA’s own site, you will see a similar assessment of medical-drug devastation, including an estimate of non-lethal but debilitating harm:

The FDA website page states there are 2 million serious adverse reactions (ADRs) from the ingestion of medical drugs, annually, in the US. When the FDA says “serious,” they aren’t talking about headaches or slight dizziness or temporary nausea. “Serious” means, among other effects, stroke, heart attack, neurological damage; maiming of that magnitude.

Therefore, per decade, that adds up to 20 million ADRs. 20 million. In the US alone.

And a million deaths per decade in the US, caused by FDA-approved medical drugs.

Getting the picture?


Now here is the payoff, the bottom line: where, in the world, do traditional and older healing methods and remedies survive to the fullest degree?

To put it another way, what are the biggest uncaptured markets and populations that drug companies yearn for and dream about?

China.

India.

This is the future path of the TPP. This is where the Pharma-guided TPP wants to go most fervently. This is the ultimate prize in Pharma’s battle plan. This is the TPP jackpot.

This is ultimately where Pharma wants to replace traditional herbs with…what? Chemical death and destruction.

I put it that way because it’s true, when you eliminate the propaganda and look at the track record.

1.4 billion people in China. 1.28 billion people in India.

Would you care to extrapolate the death numbers? And the “serious adverse-effect” numbers. Per year? Per decade? For China and India combined? Do the math.

If in the US, with a population of 325 million, medical drugs kill 100,000 people per year, the number of deaths for the combined populations of India and China (2.68 billion people) comes out to 824,000 per year. 8.24 million deaths per decade.

Serious adverse drug reactions in a population of 2.68 billion? More than 16.4 million per year. More than 164 million per decade.


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If you told some cold-eyed lunatic military planner you could achieve those results, with chemical warfare, on a sustained basis, year in and year out, with absolutely no detection, with no blowback, no criminal war trials, with enormous accrued profits, with claims of “curing disease,” he would jump out of his chair and order champagne and call you a genius.

That’s where we are. That’s what the TPP, up the road, is all about.

China and India are the ultimate targets. Make no mistake about it.

And waiting in the wings: Indonesia, with the fourth largest population in the world: 252 million people.

Let me know when you see the statistics cited in this article unequivocally presented in any major mainstream news outlet in the world, along with their relation to the TPP.

In the meantime, I’ll take a brief coffee break…and be back in a hundred years.

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 NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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18 comments on “The great TPP deathtrap for India, China

  1. leveragedpromise says:

    Great writeup!

  2. GJH says:

    And one has to suspect those death numbers are low. One, it’s an old stat, and the populace seems to be ever more drugged. Two, does it really catch the full impacts? –e.g. people who succumb to illness after having their system weakened by pharmaceuticals.

  3. H. Kelly Taylor says:

    John D. must be creaming his drawers!

    • Greg Osborne says:

      — And lets not forget those caring and benevolent pillars of the world community like Prince “I want to die and come back as a plague” Phillip — Ziggy ” It is easier to kill…than to control.” Brzezinski — and Ted “A total population of 250-300 million people… would be ideal” Turner.

      After all, it’s only for the good of Humanity as a whole.

  4. Gökmen says:

    I didn’t like that last sentence at all. But then again, looking forward to catch you on your coffee break mr. Rappoport.

  5. From Québec says:

    Secret meetings, secret treaties, secret false flags, secret UFO’s, secret deals, secret spying, secret warfare, secret technologies, secret banking systems, secret immunities… everything they do is secret.

    No wonder they want to kill us by stealth.

    It’s time to share some light on these shadow governments.

    • victoria says:

      Psalm 10:8…”…he sits in the SECRET places of the villages; in the SECRET places he murders the innocent; his eyes are SECRETLY set against the poor…he lies in wait SECRETLY as a lion in his den; he lies in wait to catch the poor; he catches the poor when he draws them into his NET…

      God saw them coming. He has a plan for them, too.

  6. Michael Burns says:

    You have overlooked Russia and Brazil in the equation. The Bric Nations are  a coalescing power base. India and China cannot simply be picked off. Bric with a mandate for a gold backed currency, and with those  Bric Nations representing 25% of the world’s landmass, and more than 40% of the world’s population. The Renminbi fastly becoming a reserve currency, which will eventually top the IMF list for reserves soon.
    The Bric account for 25% of the world’s Gross National income. But that has always been a slanted figure. As a great amount of the west greater income resides in very few hands.
    Bric nations are on the rise whereas the TPP represents vulture economics for the United States alone; the TPP is a parasitic agreement…only.
    With nations like Greece, Ireland, Italy and Spain a few other disgruntled EU members oppressed by the austerity, of whom…the west and the German bankers, and Fiat currency.
    There is a  likelihood of others smaller nations following in line and  joining the BRIC growing economic block. The Bric desire would be to rival and eclipse the oppressive NATO EU. And it has been oppressive, even to its senior members.

    The single most important fact which the west has trouble dealing with is the Bric’s adamant to construct an economy based on gold. China has the largest mining industry of gold and as far as that goes nearly all precious metals. It is also the largest holder of gold on the planet, with India being second, and the Russians I would care to presume are fairly high as they have outstood unbearable sanctions by the west. That would have buckled most nations. And are still willing to lend to lesser nations.
    The west would care to say that they hold the most gold, but with their constant refusal of a gold Audit of Fort Knox since 1980. It would not be unfair to suggest there is no gold. Or a very limited reserve of gold. It was looted long ago.

    The growing tie between an oil rich Brazil and Russia and an oil hungry China and India, this combination along with gold backed currency will place TPP nations; if they can hold the treaty together in a lesser economic position on a world level. TPP nations will have restriction placed on them to sell to who they want, Fiat currency is worthless.  Sort of a  difference between dollar store economics as compared to selling Lear jets.
    The West’s growing need to start a war with Russia, even the situation within the Ukraine as a minor cold war, is becoming of dire straits for the west. As a way of derailing a growing admiration for Russia and to try to hijack a flourishing economy.
    Fiat currency is the numerous flies in the TPP’s poisonous ointment.
    China single-handedly can manage manufacture and supply of cheap products for a world if they wished. The west needs China more than China needs the west. Fifteen million automobiles were sold in China in 2013.
    The US will have to impose strict Tariffs if they are to survive China’s manufacturing capabilities…besides who will the TPP sell too, while the west is dying in unemployment, the Bric Nations are thriving in burgeoning employment and the natural expansion of markets of those employed. Remember they are 40% of the world’s population.

    Countries like South Africa aspire to Bric. And more that likely it won’t be long before it is BRICS and then with MINT countries also looking to that possibility of joining a thriving economic bloc. Mexico alone is an enormous market.
    The world is waking up to the fact that The US has used economics as a weapon of war.
    Wherein Bric economies are welcomed by their thriving populations, TPP is already causing concerns with its ramrod ratification and deep secrecy. And growing suspicions within its populations and smaller economics.
    When It is released it will be stalled in legal issues and petty squabbles between the signing nations of the treaty. The TPP needs energy, where will it get it with Bric nations enticing sellers with gold back currency instead of inflationary Petro bucks. The great Russian/China pipeline. And their vast untapped holdings in the Arctic.
    Russia exciting Greece with talks of needed ports to feed the south and their willingness to release them from the austerity pressures of the Germans…with massive loans of currency backed in gold.
    How will the US deal with its violation with the tariffs issue within the TPP. That it violates  Japan in Auto manufacturing by imposing an tariffs. And the list goes on and on. The TPP is a legal nightmare, a legal minefield. That will choke itself on red tape. And the legal cluster fuck. Whereas Bric is seamless streaming economic flow.
    In general people are tired of having a currency that has no other value that what a bank states it has, according to a unqualified debt.
    With the dropping oil price and the rising gas price, the consumer is left with scratching their head with WTF.
    Crude oil hover at close to $60. The industry won’t drill for under $80 a barrel.
    How many have signed the agreement how many are negotiating.

    • bob klinck says:

      Money, the vast preponderance of which is bank credit, not cash, is fundamentally accountancy. Unfortunately, at present the accountancy is intentionally flawed–rigged to keep society under the thumb of the banks.

      As for the people obsessed with “gold-backed currency”, I wonder if they can really believe that human projects should be dependent on somebody digging a shiny metal out of the ground. It’s just about the most bizarre form of idolatry one could imagine.

    • kznwatch says:

      My sentiments too and your points make strong economic sense.

    • Al Hamilton says:

      Thank you for your terrific overview of the TPP . Your incites, as to the ramifications of TPP on other global markets/countries was very thought provoking and easy to understand. The end of the petro/fiat buck can NOT come fast enough for the overall good of the average human worker, regardless of which country they reside in.

  7. Greg Osborne says:

    It seems our Central Banker Overlords are right on schedule. The geo-political entity, commonly known as the “United States of America”, is near the tipping point of diminishing returns as the Political Facilitator, ATM and Fighting Branch of the New World Order. When the Globalist criminals are finished bleeding “our democracy” dry, America will be of limited use to them as a source of wealth, sphere of political influence and on-call, at-the-ready military bludgeon. Our time as the World’s pre-eminent superpower is drawing to a close.

    The BRIC nations are weaning themselves off of the Petrodollar. Germany, the strongest of the Euro Zone nations, is also considering the move. Once the rest of the world realizes that the Federal Reserve Note is nothing more than fiat [worthless paper] currency AND WILL NOT NEED TO PAY FOR OIL IN DOLLARS ANYMORE, the crash of the debt-based US economy will make 1929 look insignificant by comparison. We will then be transformed into another kind of geo-political entity — the nuclear-powered paper tiger…

    http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=261928.0

    • From Québec says:

      You should be interested by this economic interview with Martin Armstrong.

      Start listening at: 57:20

      The Alex Jones Show (VIDEO Commercial Free) Friday June 12 2015: Martin Armstrong, Jon Rappoport .

  8. Paul II says:

    I expect Chinese military bases in Hawaii before China will join the TPP. But serious pressure can be put on US colonies, such as the Philippines or Guatemala, and they may be pushed in. But Asia is going its own way these days overall. This doesn’t mean evil pharma won’t increase; it will. But Western Europe is probably more likely to fall under the US corporate zone than Asia, as the Chinese market is worth a lot more to them.

  9. Gy Allan says:

    Document outlining corporate donations to the campaigns of US senators between January and March of 2015, from corporations affiliated with the U.S. Business Coalition for TPP. Research compiled by Taylor Channing.

  10. astyages says:

    Reblogged this on An Atheist in Adelaide and commented:
    Thanks Jon, for that interesting assessment of the TPP… I’ve reblogged it to help spread the message as far as possible.

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