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    TPP(aka AMNESTY)Coverage by Corp. Media 0 vs TRUMP and DEAD LIONS 100

    The TPP will allow 11 other Countries DICTATE LAWS IN The United States of America. It WILL ALLOW FREE FLOW OF CITIZENS BETWEEN THE 12 COUNTRIES(aka AMNESTY) BY LAW(aka Men with GUNS). Once the TPP is done, OUR KINGS(aka "Officials") will have a few HOURS TO READ IT BEFORE THEY VOTE(aka PASS IT) -"We have to pass it to find out whats in it". This is a UN INCREMENTAL CONSOLIDATION TO A WORLD GOVERNMENT. AGENDA 21 IS THE VEHICLE.
    This TPP Modle is the SAME Model being used in YOUR County/City RIGHT NOW. Associated Government are Popping up all over(100%) the U.S.A. They give the RIGHT/Jurisdiction to other Cities/Counties to VOTE to CHANGE THE LAWS IN YOUR CITY/COUNTY.

    How The TPP Came From The U.N and Agenda 21

    Sen Sessions To Obama – TPP Fast Track Paving Way For Global Government, EU Over America

    Posted on June 6, 2015 by Rick Wells in Agenda 21, Communism, Globalsim, Illegals, illegals amnesty, Immigration, Obama, Trade, Treason, Treaties, Tyranny, United Nations NWO // 0 Comments

    Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) has sent a follow-up letter to Hussein Obama, once again asking our Imperial “president” for some answers on the secretive fascist enrichment and empowerment agreement that goes by the less threatening and less accurate title of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The warnings in the Sessions letter are undoubtedly familiar to the usurper in the White House. That’s why the dangerous deal is being kept a secret. Senator. Sessions expressed his concern over the associated fast track authority which would give Obama dictatorial powers over both trade and non-trade issues and subordinate our Constitution to unaccountable foreign tribunals.
    As most engaged Americans now know, Senator Sessions is one of the few good guys who truly represent Americans remaining within Congress. It would appear that the Senator’s patriotism and love of country have compelled him to use a letter to the tyrant in the White House as a means through which to inform the American public as to the tone and serious nature of the secret, subversive threats to our existence.
    He details five powers that Congress is simply relinquishing in his second paragraph, but what he alludes to afterwards is equally if not more threatening. He describes the treaty as a political and economic union, which, by its secret nature and in view of the consequences is effectively an active coup attempt.
    He also points to the creation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Commission having the earmarks of a nascent European Union, or creating an EU with authority over the United States in a wide range of domestic and international matters that are rightly the domain of a sovereign nation over its own affairs.
    He expresses concerns about the “Living Agreement” aspect of the deal, which would allow it to be completely or partially rewritten at any time by this foreign commission of nations, dictating American domestic issues of labor, immigration, environmental, and commercial policy.
    Most concerning is a line in the summary by Senator Sessions which equates the adoption of fast track with paving the way for a global government. Senator Sessions is a measured and serious individual, not one that has been accused of being a “crazy conspiracy theorist.” If he’s saying this type of thing, everybody in America should be paying attention. The text of his letter, which was released to is below.
    On May 6th of this year, I sent you a letter (enclosed) regarding your request for Congress to grant you fast-track executive authority. Under fast-track, Congress transfers its authority to the executive and agrees to give up several of its most basic powers.
    These concessions include: the power to write legislation, the power to amend legislation, the power to fully consider legislation on the floor, the power to keep debate open until Senate cloture is invoked, and the constitutional requirement that treaties receive a two-thirds vote.
    The latter is especially important since, having been to the closed room to review the secret text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, it is clear it more closely resembles a treaty than a trade deal.
    In other words, through fast-track, Congress would be pre-clearing a political and economic union before a word of that arrangement has been made available to a single private citizen.
    The letter, which received no reply, asked several fundamental questions Congress ought to have answered before even considering whether to grant the executive such broad new powers. Among those, I asked that you make public the section of the TPP that creates a new transnational governance structure known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership Commission. The details of this new governance commission are extremely broad and have the earmarks of a nascent European Union, with many similarities.
    Reviewing the secret text, plus the secret guidance document that accompanies it, reveals that this new transnational commission – chartered with a “Living Agreement” clause – would have the authority to amend the agreement after its adoption, to add new members, and to issue regulations impacting labor, immigration, environmental, and commercial policy.
    Under this new commission, the Sultan of Brunei would have an equal vote to that of the United States.
    The implications of this new Pacific Union are extraordinary and ought to be discussed in full, in public, before Congress even contemplates fast-tracking its creation and pre-surrendering its power to apply the constitutional two-thirds treaty vote. In effect, to adopt fast-track is to agree to remove the constitutional protections against the creation of global governance structures before those structures are even made public.
    I would therefore ask that you provide to me the legal and constitutional basis for keeping this information from the public and explain why I cannot share the details of what I have read with the American people. Congress should not even consider fast-tracking the transfer of sovereign power to a transnational structure before the details of that new structure are made fully available for public review.

    Bloomberg - Fear of a Secret 'Amnesty' Bedevils Republicans on Trade

    Apr 22, 2015 7:50 PM EDT
    The “trojan horse” with no legs.
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    The debate over trade promotion authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership is largely taking place on the left-hand side of the political spectrum—more accurately, between the Democrats named "Barack Obama" and the Democrats named anything else. The Republican votes for the trade deal are supposed to be locked in. Indeed, the GOP's 2014 election victory was a key reason that the TPP and "fast track" authority moved to the head of the Capitol agenda. Republican votes would affirm them; a Democratic president would sign them.
    Yet a small problem has emerged on the right. On April 13, the strategist Curtis Ellis published a column in The Hill arguing that the trade deal was a "trojan horse" for amnesty, because it included an "entire chapter on immigration" that made the acquisition of L-1 visas easier. It was easier still to imagine the president using this bill to grant legal status to millions of foreign workers. "The Trans-Pacific Partnership is another instance of Obama using every means he can to advance his immigration agenda, as he said he would," wrote Ellis.
    This worry was not unique to Ellis; by April 16, the Ways and Means Committee felt it necessary to debunk the "backdoor amnesty" rumor. "Like past U.S. trade agreements," wrote the committee's analysts, "TPP will explicitly state that it will not require changes in any parties’ immigration laws or procedures. While other countries are negotiating temporary entry commitments in TPP, these will not include the United States."

    At CFR, Mexican President Calderón Promotes Agenda 21 and Disarmament

    Written by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
    Tweet Friday, 28 September 2012

    In an address to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Mexican President Felipe Calderón recommends government-enforced redistribution of wealth as the key to preventing the global economic crisis from “becoming a major catastrophe.”
    During an interview conducted on September 24 by Carla A. Hills, the co-chairman of the CFR’s board of directors, Calderón reported that acceptance of this central plank of the socialist economic platform helped his nation successfully avoid an absolute financial crash.
    “We created specific programs to save jobs in export-oriented industries. We reached an agreement with the unions and the companies in the sense that as long the worker accept[ed] to earn one-third less on his salary, and the company accept[ed] to pay one-third of his salary, the government — the federal government accepted to pay the other third part of his salary, and in that way, we save more than half a million jobs right in the middle of the crisis in export-oriented industries,” the soon-to-be former president said. “We increased government transfer to the poorest and established a temporary jobs program. In doing so, we created another half a million temporary works for the people,” he added.
    Wagging an accusing finger at his neighbor to the north, Calderon pointed to his own financial sector’s acceptance of additional regulation as another ingredient in the recipe for a healthy economy. Said Calderón:
    Another important factor behind Mexico's stability is our financial sector. While in the U.S. the crisis started in the financial markets and in the banking sectors, Mexico, the financial sector was not part of the problem, but part of the solution. Thanks to the improvements in regulations, Mexican banks have a capitalization index of 16 percent, almost double that the recommendation of Basel, and well above the countries such as China, England or even the U.S.
    One arena where a restrictive regulatory scheme boosted Mexico’s economy was trade. Calderón praised his country’s willingness to manipulate trade rules in order to increase Mexico’s international posture, power, and influence. A big step toward that end was Mexico’s entry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
    “A few months ago, Mexico joined the Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, negotiations. This will give Mexican trade the biggest boost since NAFTA came into effect,” Calderón explained.
    As The New American has reported, in June President Barack Obama and U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Ron Kirk announced that Canada and Mexico have been invited to join the secret negotiations aimed at establishing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
    In an announcement published Monday on the USTR website, Kirk wrote:
    We are delighted to invite Mexico, our neighbor and second largest export market, to join the TPP negotiations. Mexico’s interest in the TPP reflects its recognition that the TPP presents the most promising pathway to boosting trade across the Asia Pacific and to encouraging regional trade integration. We look forward to continuing consultations with the Congress and domestic stakeholders as we move forward.
    At the time of the announcement following the G20 Leading Economies Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, Calderón described the the TPP as “one of the free trade initiatives that's most ambitious in the world” and one that would “foster integration of the Asia Pacific region, one of the regions with the greatest dynamism in the world.”
    Integration is a word that is painful to the ears of constitutionalists and those unwilling to surrender U.S. sovereignty to a committee of globalists who are unelected by the American people and unaccountable to them.
    Later in his address to the influential elitists at the CFR, Calderón blamed the “unlimited access” to weapons in the United States for the violence in Mexico. He called the lack of sufficient regulation in the United States on the private ownership of guns a “key factor in the current strength of criminal organizations.” Said Calderón:
    You can see a clear correlation between the moment in which the assault weapons ban expire here in the U.S. in 2004, and that is exactly the moment in which the violence in Mexico started to grow.
    And it is clear that the more weapons to have available, more violence of homicide you will have in any part of the world. You can see the same phenomenon, whether in Africa or Central America, during civil wars and other phenomenons [sic]. And that is exactly what is happening in Mexico as well. During my term, we have seized more than 150,000 guns and weapons. And more than 80 percent of them were sold in an American gun shop.
    Calderón is a high priest in the global church of disarmament. In a statement made in May to the Mexican branch of the Council on Foreign Relations, he bragged that “Mexico has made important contributions to international issues such as disarmament.”
    While such claims may be loathsome to Americans who treasure our belief in a God-given right to keep and bear arms — a right the Constitution declares may not be infringed — Calderón and his countrymen are still trying to use the UN and international treaties to abolish the Second Amendment and disarm the United States.
    Perhaps more alarming than a foreign president calling for the seizure of American guns is a similar call from our own president.
    "As President Calderón and I discussed, I am urging the Senate in the United States to ratify an inter-American treaty known as CIFTA to curb small arms trafficking that is a source of so many of the weapons used in this drug war," said President Obama during a speech in Mexico City in April. Obama has urged the Senate to reconsider and ratify CIFTA.
    CIFTA is the Spanish-language acronym for the Inter-American Convention Against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and other Related Items. It was adopted by the Organization of American States in 1997 and sent to the Senate by President Bill Clinton later that year.
    As ABC News reports, "The treaty makes the unauthorized manufacture and exporting of firearms illegal and calls for nations in this hemisphere to establish a process for information-sharing among different countries’ law enforcement divisions to stop the smuggling of arms, to adopt strict licensing requirements, and to make firearms easier to trace."
    Tracing of firearms and ammunition is a key component of the agreement and details of the program reveal that it is no more or less than a hemispheric adaptation of the Fast and Furious scheme conducted by the Department of Justice that resulted in the death of a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
    As recently as this month, Mexican representatives at the United Nations meeting on the globalists’ latest gun-grabbing plot known as the “Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects,” called for regulations on the use of “nonexplosive weapons” such as knives and bows.
    Finally, President Calderón reminded the CFR of his nation’s toeing of the UN’s party line calling for implementation of regulations to promote sustainable development — an all-out assault on personal property rights known as Agenda 21. Calderón held his country up as one of the nations “actively participating” in not only the furtherance of the radical green agenda, but of the creation of “international climate finance mechanisms” to accelerate the adoption of the provisions of Agenda 21.
    Additionally, Calderón recommends that a country’s access to its own financial resources be tied to its government's acceptance of “adaption and mitigation measures” as set forth by Agenda 21.

    Calderón’s term as president of Mexico ends on December 1 when president-elect Enrique Peña assumes office.

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    What’s in the leaked TPP chapter?

    "What's clear in the leaked documents is that the TPP has the potential of limiting free, prior and informed consent"

    Fast Track for the Trans-Pacific Partnership: What It Means for Indigenous Peoples

    "Corporate Rights Over Human Rights The TPP threatens to dramatically affect Indigenous Peoples by ramping up trade policies that have allowed for transna- tional corporations to engage in oil, gas, and mineral extrac- tion without the Free, Prior and Informed Consent of their communities."

    An example on How Government Gets around Informed Consent - In Law, which has its own LANGUAGE(Blacks Law Dictionary), WHEN A WORD IS GIVEN A DEFINITION(Context) and those who DONT LOOK UP THEIR MEANING(Context) and ASSUME THE UNDERSTANDING OF A WORD, IT IS "IGNORANCE OF THE LAW IS NO EXCUSE". Example: If someone Cites that an APPLE is an ORANGE and someone ORDERS 1000 Apples without looking through 10s of 1000s of possible Legal CITED Publications and they receive 1000 ORANGES, THEY GAVE INFORMED CONSENT, SO THEY HAVE NO LEGAL STANDING BECAUSE THEY ASSUMED APPLE MEANT APPLE, BUT IT REALLY MEANT ORANGE.

    *"Affordable Healthcare Act"
    *"Patriot Act"
    *"Trans Pacific Partnership"

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    It is frightening! Corporate rights over OUR environmental laws, millions of immigrants (workers too) from the countries involved in TPP and foods imported w/o country of origin marked. Some countries involved have dangerous agriculture standards.

    Really we have way too many immigrants now. This admin & Congress, Senate have put the nails in the coffin for the USA and can't wait till the door hits them in the... on the way out.
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