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    Trans-Pacific Partnership, Agenda 21 & Redistribution of Wealth via EO & Cap & Trade

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    THE GREAT NEO CON NEW WORLD ORDER TRADE DEAL ... The “one world” economic agenda that Barack Obama has been pushing is absolutely killing the U.S. economy. As you will see later in this article, we are losing jobs and businesses at an astounding pace. And each new “free trade” agreement makes things even worse.

    “The ‘Trans-Pacific Partnership’: Obama’s Secret Trade Agreement Will Push the Deindustrialization of America into Overdrive,”

    Trans-Pacific Partnership, Agenda 21 & Redistribution of Wealth...
    Yet another grand decision by this administration, in which the United States Congress has had no say, is the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The treaty is known as “the Trans-Pacific Partnership”, and the nations that are reported to be involved in the development of this treaty include the...

    Trans-Pacific Partnership, Agenda 21 & Redistribution of Wealth via EO & Cap & Trade

    November 13, 2013, 5:35 am
    Gobierno de Chile at Flicker & Wikipedia; caption: A summit with leaders of the member states of the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP). Pictured, from left, are Naoto Kan (Japan), Nguyen Minh Triet (Vietnam), Julia Gillard (Australia), Sebastián Piñera (Chile), Lee Hsien Loong (Singapore), Barack Obama (United States), John Key (New Zealand), Hassanal Bolkiah (Brunei), Alan García (Peru), and Muhyiddin Yassin (Malaysia). Six of these leaders represent countries that are currently negotiating to join the group.

    At Wikipedia, “Trans-Pacific Partnership,” Nov. 12, 2013

    Yet another grand decision by this administration, in which the United States Congress has had no say, is the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
    The treaty is known as “the Trans-Pacific Partnership”, and the nations that are reported to be involved in the development of this treaty include the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Peru, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia. Opponents of this treaty refer to it as “the NAFTA of the Pacific”, and if it is enacted it will push the deindustrialization of America into overdrive.
    The “one world” economic agenda that Barack Obama has been pushing is absolutely killing the U.S. economy. As you will see later in this article, we are losing jobs and businesses at an astounding pace. And each new “free trade” agreement makes things even worse.
    The ‘Trans-Pacific Partnership’: Obama’s Secret Trade Agreement Will Push the Deindustrialization of America into Overdrive,”
    Their goal is to conclude talks by the end of this year. To be clear, this is not about helping business and industry in this country. As with everything this administration has done it is about “leveling the playing field,” and not only here in the US, but globally. It is about global redistribution of wealth, which does not mean bringing other countries up to our standards. It means bringing our standards down, all in the name of equality.
    This is what needs to be understood when reading the United Nations’ Agenda 21 publication. It is a way of allegedly “improving conditions” in developing countries, which threatens to bring us down to levels we have never really experienced before. In the excerpt below, from the Agenda 21 publication, see the repeated mention of “developing countries.”
    Agenda 21 – Chapter 34

    34.14. The following objectives are proposed:
    a. To help to ensure the access, in particular of developing countries, to scientific and technological information, including information on state-of-the-art technologies;
    b. To promote, facilitate, and finance, as appropriate, the access to and the transfer of environmentally sound technologies and corresponding know-how, in particular to developing countries, on favourable terms, including on concessional and preferential terms, as mutually agreed, taking into account the need to protect intellectual property rights as well as the special needs of developing countries for the implementation of Agenda 21;
    c. To facilitate the maintenance and promotion of environmentally sound indigenous technologies that may have been neglected or displaced, in particular in developing countries, paying particular attention to their priority needs and taking into account the complementary roles of men and women;
    d. To support endogenous capacity-building, in particular in developing countries, so they can assess, adopt, manage and apply environmentally sound technologies. This could be achieved through inter alia:
    i. Human resource development;
    ii. Strengthening of institutional capacities for research and development and programme implementation;
    iii. Integrated sector assessments of technology needs, in accordance with countries’plans, objectives and priorities as foreseen in the implementation of Agenda 21 at the national level;
    iv. To promote long-term technological partnerships between holders of environmentally sound technologies and potential users
    (a) Development of international information networks which link national, subregional, regional and international systems
    34.15. Existing national, subregional, regional and international information systems should be developed and linked through regional clearing-houses covering broad-based sectors of the economy such as agriculture, industry and energy. Such a network might, inter alia, include national, subregional and regional patent offices that are equipped to produce reports on state-of-the-art technology. The clearing-house networks would disseminate information on available technologies, their sources, their environmental risks, and the broad terms under which they may be acquired. They would operate on an information-demand basis and focus on the information needs of the end-users. They would take into account the positive roles and contributions of international, regional and subregional organizations, business communities, trade associations, non-governmental organizations, national Governments, and newly established or strengthened national networks.
    Also see the source material of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD):
    Established in 1964, UNCTAD promotes the development-friendly integration of developing countries into the world economy. UNCTAD has progressively evolved into an authoritative knowledge-based institution whose work aims to help shape current policy debates and thinking on development, with a particular focus on ensuring that domestic policies and international action are mutually supportive in bringing about sustainable development.
    Now we move on to the latest executive order, and how it ties into redistribution of wealth, “Preparing the United States for the Impacts of Climate Change.” Think about just the idea of issuing an executive order based on the climate changing and how ridiculous that actually sounds. As if the climate has never changed before? Those who have been conditioned to accept the “Green Agenda” and the untruths of man-made global warming, or anthropogenic climate change, or whatever phrase fits a particular moment in time, will think nothing of this EO. Of course, as with just about everything we see being done by the Obama administration and those behind and surrounding it, there is an ulterior motive, that motive being redistributing wealth, allegedly to developing countries.
    See this dictatorial executive order (excerpt):
    Sec. 2. Modernizing Federal Programs to Support Climate Resilient Investment. (a) To support the efforts of regions, States, local communities, and tribes, all agencies, consistent with their missions and in coordination with the Council on Climate Preparedness and Resilience (Council) established in section 6 of this order, shall:
    (i) identify and seek to remove or reform barriers that discourage investments or other actions to increase the Nation’s resilience to climate change while ensuring continued protection of public health and the environment;
    (ii) reform policies and Federal funding programs that may, perhaps unintentionally, increase the vulnerability of natural or built systems, economic sectors, natural resources, or communities to climate change related risks;
    (iii) identify opportunities to support and encourage smarter, more climate-resilient investments by States, local communities, and tribes, including by providing incentives through agency guidance, grants, technical assistance, performance measures, safety considerations, and other programs, including in the context of infrastructure development as reflected in Executive Order 12893 of January 26, 1994 (Principles for Federal Infrastructure Investments), my memorandum of August 31, 2011 (Speeding Infrastructure Development through More Efficient and Effective Permitting and Environmental Review), Executive Order 13604 of March 22, 2012 (Improving Performance of Federal Permitting and Review of Infrastructure Projects), and my memorandum of May 17, 2013 (Modernizing Federal Infrastructure Review and Permitting Regulations, Policies, and Procedures); and [continues]
    And for more about climate-resilient “investment”:
    The Climate Investment Funds are made up of four funding windows to help developing countries pilot low-emissions and climate-resilient development. With CIF support, 48 countries are piloting transformations in clean technology, sustainable management of forests, renewable energy access, and climate resilient development. An additional five countries have been facilitated by the CIF to prepare investment plans for climate programs.
    URL: https://www.climateinvestmentfunds.o...s-and-programs
    Maurice Strong with Al Gore in China (photo from

    Keep in mind the failure of the “Green Energy Projects,” not to mention the ten billion dollars of taxpayer money wasted on these projects. Knowing what we do so far about how developing countries are already struggling, there would be no way that they would be able to fund green energy projects.
    Being the most successfully industrialized nation, our wealth needs to be distributed to the “developing” countries, of course, under the guise of saving the planet. That is generally what global “communitarians” believe.
    But if one believes what Maurice Strong stated during its planning, then the agenda for Agenda 21 is an agenda worse yet: one of killing the goose that lays the golden egg.
    When the rich countries refused, the group decided “the only hope for the planet” was for the industrialized civilizations to collapse. He pondered, “Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?
    Again, from Agenda 21 (emphasis added):
    A. Focusing on unsustainable patterns of production and consumption
    Basis for action
    4.3. Poverty and environmental degradation are closely interrelated. While poverty results in certain kinds of environmental stress, the major cause of the continued deterioration of the global environment is the unsustainable pattern of consumption and production, particularly in industrialized countries, which is a matter of grave concern, aggravating poverty and imbalances.
    4.4. Measures to be undertaken at the international level for the protection and enhancement of the environment must take fully into account the current imbalances in the global patterns of consumption and production.
    4.5. Special attention should be paid to the demand for natural resources generated by unsustainable consumption and to the efficient use of those resources consistent with the goal of minimizing depletion and reducing pollution. Although consumption patterns are very high in certain parts of the world, the basic consumer needs of a large section of humanity are not being met. This results in excessive demands and unsustainable lifestyles among the richer segments, which place immense stress on the environment. The poorer segments, meanwhile, are unable to meet food, health care, shelter and educational needs. Changing consumption patterns will require a multipronged strategy focusing on demand, meeting the basic needs of the poor, and reducing wastage and the use of finite resources in the production process.
    4.6. Growing recognition of the importance of addressing consumption has also not yet been matched by an understanding of its implications. Some economists are questioning traditional concepts of economic growth and underlining the importance of pursuing economic objectives that take account of the full value of natural resource capital. More needs to be known about the role of consumption in relation to economic growth and population dynamics in order to formulate coherent international and national policies.
    Now you may be asking how does one go about doing this? That is where Cap and Trade comes in. Let us look at what the EPA has to say about Cap and Trade. That is the same EPA which in the past has admitted they are also very involved in helping this administration issue executive orders, the same EPA that pushes farther and farther down the path of regulating the small business owner right out of business.
    Cap and trade is an environmental policy tool that delivers results with a mandatory cap on emissions while providing sources flexibility in how they comply. Successful cap and trade programs reward innovation, efficiency, and early action and provide strict environmental accountability without inhibiting economic growth.
    Examples of successful cap and trade programs include the nationwide Acid Rain Program and the regional NOx Budget Trading Program in the Northeast. Additionally, EPA issued the Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR) on March 10, 2005, to build on the success of these programs and achieve significant additional emission reductions.
    Since we are considered an industrialized nation, we are obviously going to produce more “carbon emissions,” therefore we will have to buy more carbon credits from the less industrialized or developing countries (see video, immediately below) which is how redistribution of wealth would be inflicted upon us. We are essentially paying developing countries for being the bad industrialized nation that we are.

    Video, “How does the emission trading scheme work?
    We are no longer revered for the principled, thus successful, thus powerful country we are. We are now being demonized for most of the ills on the planet, from poverty where we are not, to bad weather wherever it may be. We are much too industrialized and well-off, and the globalists behind the global sustainability movement have every intention of changing that. All this, under the false premise of climate change not being a matter of earth’s natural fluctuations and cycles, but a malevolent doing of man that man has to control, by in turn controlling man.
    That is the key word, control. This is about not only bringing America to its knees, it is also about control of both resources and people, conveniently with systematic profiteering for the very few, who would treat the world as one directed complex, with enough low-consumption laborers and managers to fulfill the controllers’ own objectives.
    If they really wanted to transform the world for the betterment of all, they would help other countries become what this country has become. We remember, right? — the country where many people from other countries came, to be a part of it all. The country where people foresaw a better way of life, for their families.

    Video, “Immigration Ellis Island 1911Contributor: Flyover Insider

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    Leaked TPP Document Reveals No Regard for Environment in Trade Agreement
    President Obama's fast track process for TPP gets dealt another blow by leaked environment chapter - 58 min ago

    video at link below

    ESSICA DESVARIEUX, TRNN PRODUCER: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Jessica Desvarieux in Baltimore. WikiLeaks has just released the draft text for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (or TPP) Environment Chapter. The TPP is a trade deal that is being negotiated in secret between the U.S. and 11 other Pacific bordering nations. WikiLeaks had previously leaked the TPP Intellectual Property Chapter and the TPP Agreement documents.

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    Environmental TPP Chapter Leaked: Weaker Than Previous Agreements

    Kevin Zeese

    Thursday, 16 January 2014 11:20

    By Kevin Zeese. This article was first published on Popular Resistance.

    Minimal Requirements and No Enforcement Mechanism Sure To Increase Opposition to TPP and Fast Track
    Sierra Club: Obama’s record on environment and trade worse than George W. Bush

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership will be a step backward on the environment and global trade, according to a leaked chapter of the TPP on the environment by Wikileaks. At a time of worldwide environmental challenges including species die-offs, dangerous pollution in the oceans and other waterways as well as climate change, people would expect that trade could be a tool to protect the planet not hasten ecological collapse, but the profits first mentality of the TPP will do the opposite.
    Carter Roberts, President and CEO of World Wildlife Fund notes this missed opportunity to use trade to protect the planet saying in a press release: “The lack of fully-enforceable environmental safeguards means negotiators are allowing a unique opportunity to protect wildlife and support legal sustainable trade of renewable resources to slip through their fingers.”
    Wikileaks describes the leaked environmental chapter as
    “The Environment Chapter covers what the Parties propose to be their positions on: environmental issues, including climate change, biodiversity and fishing stocks; and trade and investment in ‘environmental’ goods and services. It also outlines how to resolve environmental disputes arising out of the treaty’s subsequent implementation.”
    The leaked chapter is a warning to Congress that its concerns will be ignored in the TPP and will surely erode already dissipating support to grant President Obama Fast Track Trade Promotion Authority. The New York Times reports that in May 2007, President George W. Bush agreed with Congress that to approve a Peru trade deal there would be an environment chapter with legally binding language, prior to this trade deals included the environment in appendices that were not binding. Since then, every American free-trade deal has included that strong environmental language. As a Joint Analysis of Leaked Environment Chapter Consolidated Text by Sierra Club, World Wildlife Fund, and NRDC, notes “the leaked text takes a significant step back from the May 2007 agreement.” The Times writes:
    “As of now, the draft environmental chapter does not require the nations to follow legally binding environmental provisions or other global environmental treaties. The text notes only, for example, that pollution controls could vary depending on a country’s ‘domestic circumstances and capabilities.”
    Environmentalists told the New York Times that the Obama Administration was “retreat[ing] on a variety of environmental protections — including legally binding pollution control requirements and logging regulations and a ban on harvesting sharks’ fins — to advance a trade deal . . . .” Further the Sierra Club’s Ilana Solomon, saying “the draft omits crucial language ensuring that increased trade will not lead to further environmental destruction.” The problems in the draft are detailed in their Joint Analysis.
    In a press release Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club says: “If the environment chapter is finalized as written in this leaked document, President Obama’s environmental trade record would be worse than George W. Bush’s. This draft chapter falls flat on every single one of our issues – oceans, fish, wildlife, and forest protections – and in fact, rolls back on the progress made in past free trade pacts.”
    A statement from Jane Kelsey of the University of Auklund analyzing the text was also published by Wikileaks. In the statement she summarizes the environmental standards as ‘the corporations always win’ writing:
    “Instead of a 21st century standard of protection, the leaked text shows that the obligations are weak and compliance with them is unenforceable. Contrast that to other chapters that subordinate the environment, natural resources and indigenous rights to commercial objectives and business interests. The corporate agenda wins both ways.”
    She points out that unlike other chapters, disputes in the environmental chapter are not subject to the dispute settlement mechanism of the rest of the agreement. Instead, environmental disputes will be handles through consultation between governments that leads to arbitration and a plan of action but provides for no enforcement if a country does not meet the requirements these plans. Thus, there is no way to enforce protections against the environment.
    She also writes that the environmental chapter does not meet the requirements of the Convention on Biological Diversity nor the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
    Kelsey points out that it is not only the environmental chapter that will impact the environment, listing 11 of the 29 chapters having significant environmental impacts:

    • investment, e.g. challenges to tighter rules on mining and remediation rules, bans on fracking and nuclear energy, performance requirements on foreign investors to use of clean technology, restrictions on numbers and locations of waste plants or eco-tourism projects, not lowering environmental standards to attract investors
    • goods market access, e.g. tariffs (see Article CSR8 on zero tariffs)
    • non-tariff measures – e.g. green technologies for motor vehicles, prescribed manufacturing or processing methods
    • customs, e.g. preferential processing for smaller cc vehicles
    • agriculture, e.g. differential tariffs on organics
    • subsidies and countervailing measures, e.g. for green or clean energy production
    • sanitary and phytosanitary (quarantine), e.g. bans on use of certain pesticides in products, bans or restrictions on imports of GE products
    • technical barriers to trade, e.g. GE tracing labelling requirements, food content labelling, emission standards (see also non-tariff measures)
    • intellectual property, technologies, seeds, patented food products, organics trademarks, biodiversity, genetic resources
    • cross-border services e.g. e-services including computerised remote operation of oil and gas extraction, engineering and other professional services, remediation services, delivery of environmental technologies; the chapter is likely to crossover with investment on local establishment of commercial activities, eg waste disposal and water companies, mining and fisheries processing operations, etc.
    • financial services e.g.. tradeable financial instruments such as energy derivatives, carbon credits.

    In the end, what does the environment get from the TPP? ”Environmental protections are only as effective as their enforcement provisions, and a trade agreement with weak enforcement language will do little or nothing to protect our communities and wildlife,” said Peter Lehner, executive director of the NRDC.

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    Obama: Give me fast track trade

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    The White House is making a major push to convince Congress to give the president trade promotion authority (TPA), which would make it easier for President Obama to negotiate pacts with other countries.
    A flurry of meetings has taken place in recent days since legislation was introduced to give the president the authority, with U.S. Trade Representative Mike Froman meeting with approximately 70 lawmakers on both sides of the aisle in the House and Senate.

    White House chief of staff Denis McDonough has also been placing calls and meeting with top Democratic lawmakers in recent days to discuss trade and other issues.Republicans have noticed a change in the administration’s interest in the issue, which is expected to be a part of Obama’s State of the Union address in one week.
    While there was “a lack of engagement,” as one senior Republican aide put it, there is now a new energy from the White House since the bill dropped.
    The effort to get Congress to grant Obama trade promotion authority comes as the White House seeks to complete trade deals with the European Union, and a group of Asian and Latin American countries as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP.
    The authority would put time limits on congressional consideration of those deals and prevent the deals from being amended by Congress. That would give the administration more leverage with trading partners in its negotiations.
    The trade push dovetails with the administration’s efforts to raise the issue of income inequality ahead of the 2014 midterm elections. The White House is pressing Republicans to raise the minimum wage and extend federal unemployment benefits.
    The difference is, on the minimum wage hike and unemployment issue, Obama has willing partners in congressional Democrats and unions, who are more skeptical of free trade. Republicans are more the willing partner on backing trade promotion authority.
    Legislation introduced last week to give Obama trade promotion authority was sponsored by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.), as well as Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the ranking member on Finance.
    No House Democrats are co-sponsoring the bill, however, and Rep. Sandy Levin (D-Mich.), the Ways and Means Committee ranking member, and Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), the panel’s former chairman, have both criticized it. They said the legislation doesn’t give enough leverage and power to Congress during trade negotiations.
    Getting TPA passed would be a major victory for the administration, and one that would please business groups, but the White House will first have to convince Democrats to go along with it.
    One senior administration official said the White House has been in dialogue with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle “with a real focus on Democrats” to explain TPA and take into account their concerns.
    “Any trade matter presents challenges,” the senior administration official said, adding that White House officials are “devoted” to working with members on the issue.
    The Democratic opposition makes it highly unlikely the trade promotion authority bill, in its current form at least, will go anywhere.
    One big problem is that it was negotiated by Baucus, who is about to leave the Senate to become ambassador to China.
    Baucus will be replaced by Sen. Ron Wyden (Ore.), who is said to disagree with the approach taken by his predecessor. Democratic aides predict the legislation, which Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) called “controversial” last week, would have to be completely redone to gain traction among lawmakers in their party.
    Some Democrats might see a disconnect between the White House’s push for trade and it’s separate push on income inequality, which has been embraced by the party.
    But that doesn’t mean the White House won’t ramp up their focus on trade in the coming weeks and months.
    Senior congressional aides expect trade to be a part of Obama’s upcoming State of the Union address, since the White House has made clear that the trade bill is a priority and the TPP trade pact is a core part of the administration’s overall jobs agenda, in terms of increasing exports and opening markets.
    “This is a priority of the president's,” White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters last week. “It's part of a broad approach to expanding exports and, you know, creating more opportunities for our businesses to grow. And we're going to continue to push for it.”
    In the same vein, House Republicans will continue to increase pressure on the administration to get Democrats on board.
    “The White House carries the weight on this,” one senior House aide said.

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    February 06, 2014, 06:00 am How Wyden is slowing Obama on trade

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    The next chairman of the Senate Finance Committee is making it plain to President Obama that he will not rush forward with “fast-track” legislation that would spur on the White House’s trade agenda.
    Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has no plans to take up the fast-track bill written by outgoing Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.), who was nominated by Obama to be U.S. ambassador to China.
    Instead, he says he will hear out other senators on trade, a policy area he says has changed tremendously since the last time a fast-track bill was approved, in 2002.

    “Senators want to examine the changes in global commerce and how it affects both the process and substantive agreements, so I’m going to spend some time listening to senators,” Wyden told The Hill.Other Democrats on the Finance panel say Wyden is signaling that fast-track — which Obama called for in his State of the Union address last week — is on ice for now.
    Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), a member of the panel who has been critical of free-trade policies, said his view is that Wyden will ditch the bill Baucus wrote with Sen. Orrin Hatch (Utah), the top Republican on Finance, and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.).
    Brown expects Wyden to start from scratch.
    “We’re not going to pass a 2002 fast-track and that’s pretty much what the Hatch-Camp-Baucus bill was,” he told The Hill. “It was dressing up the pig to make it look a little better ... but nothing more than that.
    “It has to be fundamentally different,” Brown said of a future bill.
    Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.), another Finance member, cited concerns in the Democratic Caucus and said he expects Wyden will “take a new look” at the authority. Cardin wants U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman to testify before the committee and address Democratic concerns.
    Obama’s hopes for fast-track already looked to be in trouble, given Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) dismissal of quick action last week.
    But the comments from Wyden, Brown and Cardin are a second blow for an issue that has been championed by business groups and could serve as a rare opportunity for compromise between Obama and congressional Republicans.
    Hatch warned that the White House’s ambitious trade agenda would likely collapse without fast-track — also known as trade promotion authority (TPA) — which makes it easier to negotiate trade deals by preventing them from being amended and installing time limits on congressional consideration.
    “We’re not going to make any of these trade agreements without TPA and the other countries know that,” Hatch said.
    The administration is now negotiating deals with the European Union and a group of Latin American and Pacific nations known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a deal seen as a key part of the administration’s “pivot” to Asia.
    “They know it’s dead on arrival unless we can have TPA passed,” Hatch said of trading partners. “Frankly, Chairman Camp, Chairman Baucus and myself worked long and hard to come up with what he have, it’s a fair and reasonable approach.”
    He said he hoped Wyden would “support the president” and move the Baucus measure.

    “We shouldn’t have to change it. It’s a bipartisan bill that was really worked out over a long period of time and we shouldn’t really try to change it,” he said.
    Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Wednesday suggested Republicans could move a bill through the House but that it would be a dead letter unless Obama can convince Democratic senators to support it.
    “Unfortunately, like many of our jobs bills, his party’s leaders in the Senate are standing in the way,” Boehner said in comments on the House floor. “The president needs to use his bully pulpit only as the president can, and change their minds.”
    To win Democratic support, it’s likely the Baucus-Hatch legislation will have to be changed to give Congress a bigger voice in trade negotiations. Rep. Sandy Levin (Mich.), a leading Democratic voice on trade whose views carry weight in both chambers, has also called for specific language addressing currency manipulation — a particular worry with some countries in the TPP.
    On currency manipulation, Levin has suggested a framework must be developed that would include penalties for countries that manipulate currencies to lower the value of their exports.
    Wyden has touted the benefits of trade to the nation’s economic growth, and is not seen as a hard-core opponent of free-trade agreements.
    But he’s made it clear he will not move quickly and wants to hear from his colleagues.
    “I’m going to listen to how senators would like to proceed,” he told The Hill. “They want to weigh in, they feel strongly about transparency, state-owned enterprises and currency manipulation, I want to give them a chance to weigh in.”

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    Democrats are leery of Wild Card Wyden

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    By Alexander Bolton - 01/16/14 06:00 AM EST
    A maverick senator’s ascension to the chairmanship of the Finance Committee next month could break years of legislative gridlock on one of the most influential panels in Congress.
    Republicans are looking forward to working with Sen. Ron Wyden, a pragmatic Democrat from Oregon who has reached across the aisle on healthcare and taxes.

    Wyden will soon take the gavel from Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.), who has presided over the panel as chairman or ranking member since 2001. Baucus is expected to be confirmed as President Obama’s ambassador to China.“I’m excited,” said Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind.), who has co-sponsored a comprehensive tax reform bill with Wyden.
    “He knows you’ve got to have bipartisan support to get a tax bill that’s going to pass and be worth anything.”
    Wyden’s eagerness to work with Republicans makes some Democrats nervous.
    “Ron will have to tone down his self-loving love of being different,” warned a senior Democratic senator.
    They feel confident, however, that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and other Democrats will keep the lanky Oregonian from straying too far.
    “You can’t do stuff like this if you’re a chairman. And you don’t want to because you’re conscious of being a chairman and you want to be fair,” said the Democratic lawmaker.
    Wyden’s designs for Medicare are especially worrisome for liberals who remember his long history of independent thinking on healthcare issues. He has stayed in contact with House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) since teaming up with him in 2011 to draft a white paper outlining significant reforms to the entitlement system.
    Wyden and Ryan will be huge players on healthcare and tax reform in the next Congress. Ryan in 2015 is expected to become the next chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.
    Their collaboration outraged fellow Democrats, especially after Republicans used Wyden’s name to deflect Democratic attacks on Ryan’s budget plan during the 2012 election.
    Wyden remembers Reid and Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) calling him simultaneously to make sure he would not endorse Ryan’s budget plan, which included sweeping changes to Medicare. Wyden put them at ease by promising that he would not, but not before giving them a good scare.
    “I’m sure there will be times when he gives a lot of folks including myself heartburn on things,” said Mike Lux, a Democratic strategist who works with labor unions and progressive groups. “I thought what he did with Ryan was terrible policy and worse politics and he shouldn’t have done it. He’s unconventional.”
    On Wednesday, Wyden unveiled a more modest bipartisan Medicare reform plan with Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.). The measure seeks to reduce Medicare costs by improving seniors’ access to specialized, patient-centered chronic care regardless of where they live.
    Wyden’s record of working with Republicans goes back to his career in the House, where he was one of the few Democrats who bothered reaching out to GOP lawmakers before the 1994 Republican revolution.
    He was one of a minority of House Democrats to support the Securities Litigation Reform Act in the mid 1990s, which drew harsh condemnation from liberals. He voted for the 2003 Medicare prescription drug bill, the centerpiece of former President George W. Bush’s healthcare agenda.
    Wyden quips about what he calls his “shady past” on healthcare and prefers to focus on his ideas going forward.
    “What I want to do is focus on the future, and I think now there’s an opportunity to go to what is dominating the debate about Medicare and that’s chronic disease,” he said of his new bill. “This is a chance to bring together both sides of the aisle.”
    He has pledged to work with his Democratic colleagues as chairman of the Finance Committee.
    “Look at my track record, I chair the Energy Committee and I consult very closely with our members and that’s been my style since I’ve been in public life,” he said. “I’ve tried to show that those of us who are Democrats feel strongly about our principles, we can keep our principles, work closely with our colleagues and still find our way to common ground in a challenging political environment.”
    The 64-year-old lawmaker has forged a close working relationship with Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), the ranking Republican on the Energy panel, as well as with other GOP senators such as Mike Crapo (Idaho) and Jerry Moran (Kan.).
    Such bipartisan bonds on Capitol Hill are unusual, but especially for a senator from a blue state who helped found the Oregon chapter of the Gray Panthers.
    “Certainly he’ll run the committee differently. Anyone who takes over the committee would do it in a different way,” said former Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.), a longtime member of the Finance Committee. “He grinds and grinds and grinds — and I mean that in a very positive way — to achieve a result. He is one persistent guy.”
    Wyden will have a heap of issues before him when he takes over from Baucus, who will depart in the midst of an effort to pass a trade promotion authority bill, a permanent repeal of scheduled cuts to doctors’ Medicare payments and an extension of expired tax provisions.
    While Baucus has a history of collaborating with Republicans, bipartisan compromises on the Finance Committee haven’t been as plentiful as they were a decade ago.
    Wyden will face an early test over the trade promotion authority bill. Reid on Tuesday called the legislation “controversial” and declined to say whether it will reach the floor.
    Baucus largely shut Wyden out of the negotiations to craft the bill, so Senate insiders expect the incoming chairman might be inclined to let it die in the face of stiff opposition within his own caucus.
    The reverberations of Wyden taking over the committee will be felt strongly on K Street, where many former Baucus aides have set up lucrative careers over the years.
    “It will shake things up,” said Steve Elmendorf, a Democratic lobbyist, who added former Baucus staffers would find a way to survive. “Smart people who lobby realize they can’t rely on a relationship with a member.”
    There are fewer ex-Wyden staffers circulating in downtown D.C., which will make their connections on Capitol Hill all the more valuable. Capitol Counsel, a bipartisan lobbying firm, scored a coup last week when it hired Josh Kardon, who served as Wyden’s chief of staff for 17 years.
    “His history with Wyden is a big plus. We were pursuing Josh before we found out Wyden would be chairman,” said John Raffaelli, the founding partner at Capitol Counsel.
    Raffaelli said he knew of only one other former Wyden staffer in the lobbying business.

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    Video: Why should you care about the new EU-US trade and investment agreement – TTIP?

    Why is TTIP more than a trade agreement?

    Published on Apr 2, 2014
    EU and US are currently negotiating a trade and investment agreement. How will this deal affect people from both regions and around the world? See reflections from EU and US activists who gathered to discuss about the impacts and possible solutions.

    Bad for you and yours, but great for the elitists, and global capital money people. Money out of your your pocket into theirs for any kind of reason in the forms of tax on all things and punishment by them for refusing to honor the system they want to create for you....It is all about, everyone and everything "everywhere" under constant surveillance world wide, but wait it won't be them under the surveillance and or subservience, just you and yours....

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    Non-Compliance: A Spiritual Revolution

    July 10, 2013 | By Waking Times

    Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor
    Waking Times

    People of the world rise up
    Right now, people around the world are speaking of rebellion against this unjust system that not only supports our lives, but controls them. Rioting is happening on the streets of Istanbul and in Brazil, the people are rallying against inequality and poverty. That’s not to mention the ongoing protests in Europe and other parts of the world about austerity cuts. On youtube and other social media there’s much blame for our political leaders and also the bankers. But who is to blame really? And can anyone really control us? If we bring this system down, what will we replace it with?…

    Shouting at reflections in the mirror

    In social media right now I’m constantly seeing new films about revolution, about bringing the unjust system in which we live down. There’s talk of taking to the streets in protest just as people around the world have begun to do. I feel for them greatly and my heart is with them: if it serves your soul to peacefully protest, if it is the highest expression of you, then you must do so. But there’s much more to it than just protesting at what we want to change. Unless we’ve truly changed ourselves and found a more equitable way of living for all life, we’ll simply re-create the same thing on the outside that we’re still holding on the inside.

    The system we live in is one of exploitation. It is endemic, right through, from governments to the banks and corporations that effectively steal mother earth’s resources and then sell them back to us for labour. People of the world are caused to sell their labour cheaply and in so doing, transfer resource wealth from the many to a few. We’ve spoken consistently here on Openhand that such a system is not only lining the pockets of the world’s rich and powerful, it’s also dehumanising us and destroying our planet at an alarming rate.

    But here’s the thing, the system is in place only because we continue to support it. So taking the streets and campaigning loudly – unless you’ve first changed within – it is simply like shouting into the mirror. We are the ones who have been buying the products produced by the companies that control us. We are the ones supporting huge agro-businesses which are destroying the oceans through GMO and non-organic food production. We are the ones who support the oil and drug companies by consuming stuff we simply don’t need. So campaign to change the government yes, but what will you do about the corporations that really control us?
    All we need is “Non-Compliance”

    In our recent video Transformation of Humanity, we spoke of confronting and changing the system through “non-compliance”. You and I could begin an absolutely unstoppable revolution that would change the world for the better of all life and we don’t even have to take to the streets to do it. As Gandhi fought for Indian independence through non-violence, we can take a leaf out of his book through “non-compliance”. He made personal choices that became an example to others. So he chose to wear a home-spun clothing in order to encourage self-sufficient village industries and thus help alleviate poverty in India. If we stopped buying clothes produced in globalised sweat-shop servitude, that creates wealth for the few who then control us with it, that would immediately start tugging and unraveling the threads of the controlling matrix in which we live.
    Likewise, if we chose organic and not GM food, we’d stop contributing to the destruction of our oceans and our top soil eco-systems. In the process, we’d stop lining the pockets of big business who then buy the politicians that pull the wool over people’s eyes, plus we’d find ourselves more healthy in the bargain and our consciousness would expand through the reduction of internally polluting excito-toxins. If just a small percentage of us had the courage to do this, whatever the apparent extra cost might be, the financial system would collapse very quickly bringing with it globalised destructive business and many (if not all) of the corporations that control governments and us.
    Right now, we are living not in one world but two. There is the old one of the old values, injustice and inequity. But we can also access another world through the choices that we make. If we choose non-compliance with the old system in everything that we consume, then we’ll find ourselves increasingly accessing a higher vibration. The new world becomes increasingly a reality for us. We’ll feel it in our hearts, our consciousness will expand and what’s more, as more people do this, we’ll accelerate the collapse of the old system around us.

    So do you feel revolutionary? Do you feel it’s time for change, real change, non compliant change that serves the higher good of all life? If so, a way will reveal itself to you. When you find the will to change and be open in your heart, immediately choices will be presented to you, today. They’ll speak through the synchronicity surrounding your feelings. Is it right to buy this or that? If you expand through your desires and contractions to the moment, a surrendered openness arises from which “Right Action” simply yearns to happen.
    No one is saying you have to give up everything of the old system immediately. Since the old system practically owns all of the natural resources, we’re going to have to compromise. We may still have to use the car, but how much? We may still fly but how often? From my experience the soul is compromising, but it simply doesn’t pay to compromise the soul!
    Here at Openhand we call the approach “Openhandway” or “openway for short. It is a way that not only serves our own higher good, but also the higher interests of the planet too; we feel increasingly lighter, more expanded and joyful in the process. So do you wish to change the world for the better of all? Then I advocate ‘non-compliance’ with the current system, and instead, allowing this state of surrendered openness to guide you.
    Now. And always.
    About the Author

    Chris Bourne – At the age of 40, I was involved in a life threatening car crash in which I thought I would certainly die. This precipitated total inner surrender and a rapid reconnection with the conscious life force through all things.
    I found myself suddenly able to experience and contemplate through multiple dimensions of reality to see the deeper purpose of life itself. It was then I began to fully realise my true reason for being here.
    During the crash, time seemed to slow right down and I was guided back through key moments of my life. I was realising that every moment in our lives has but one underlying purpose – to reveal an aspect of truth about ourselves to ourselves. I was beginning to dissolve every belief and value our society had conditioned within me.
    This was my initial awakening to the magical unifying consciousness of the soul. Over the eight years that followed, I was guided through four other inner ‘Gateways’ of consciousness. I have since come to know the process as the five key expansions on our journey of Enlightenment and ultimate Ascension into multi dimensional living – our divine birthright.
    My consciousness expansion however did not end there. It continued to blossom and expand. I became acutely aware of a highly evolved, benevolent presence, working through the weave of life since the dawning of time itself. I have come to know this Group of Nine intimately. It guides my life and is the basis of Openhand itself.

    This article is offered under Creative Commons license. It’s okay to republish it anywhere as long as attribution bio is included and all links remain intact.
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    A New World Tax Regime
    Under the guise of catching wealthy “tax cheats,” governments and dictatorships around the world are constructing a global tax regime to fund the emerging world government.

    Tuesday, 08 April 2014 11:30
    A New World Tax Regime

    Written by Alex Newman

    To anyone who even casually monitors international agencies — such as the UN, the OECD, and the IMF — it will come as no surprise that those agencies have long wanted stable sources of funding that they could count on, rather than relying on handouts from governments around the world. But it would likely come as a surprise to most that we will likely see the initial operation of a world tax regime to fund international entities by 2015.
    The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) — a 34-member (presently) international economic organization that works to influence world financial operations — openly announced plans to advance the longtime socialist-backed dream of a planetary taxation regime. The plans call for legitimate governments and dictatorships worldwide to share all private financial data on citizens. It is all openly inspired by, and modeled on, Obama’s Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) aimed at coercing banks and governments around the world into reporting all accounts and assets held by “U.S. persons” to the IRS. (Click here to see related FATCA article.) And that, experts say, in conjunction with other related machinations, such as an emerging plan to force businesses to pay equally high corporate taxes in all jurisdictions of the world rather than setting up shop in lower-tax nations, will lay the foundation upon which to build a “World Tax Organization.”
    In mid-February, in fact, the OECD officially unveiled its plan informally called GATCA (Global Account Tax Compliance Act) by analysts. Calling its ploy to put the final nail in the coffin for financial privacy “game changing,” the tax-funded OECD said it would require governments to collect massive amounts of sensitive personal information on individuals from banks and other financial institutions in their jurisdictions. “The reality will be that for the automatic exchange of information rules should cover what kind of information is to be exchanged, how often, who should collect the information, to whom it should be sent, and in what format,” claimed Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, speaking as if the plot were already a done deal.

    Once gathered, the vast troves of private data would be automatically exchanged between all participating governments and dictatorships. “You collect the data, you put it in the pipe and it goes to the other party,” said Saint-Amans, who, as could probably be expected, pays no taxes on his bloated tax-funded salary.
    Autocrats “R” Us
    Over 40 governments, which the Paris-based OECD misleadingly refers to as “countries,” have already committed to the controversial scheme. In a “joint statement,” participating governments celebrated the planetary plot, implying that it was only being instituted to catch tax cheats. “Tax evasion is a global problem and requires a global solution,” said representatives from dozens of governments, including more than a few run by self-described socialists. “We therefore strongly support the development of the single global standard for automatic exchange of information between tax authorities.”
    Also, sounding suspiciously like a threat, the participating governments claimed that only countries with rulers who submit to the draconian new regime will be able to “prosper in the future.” In other words, join the emerging global tax regime and violate the privacy rights of everyone, or suffer financial penalties. “We call on other countries and jurisdictions to commit to join this initiative at the earliest opportunity with the aim of rapidly creating a truly global system of automatic information exchange,” the governments continued in their joint statement.
    The reality is that, using the information collected, a lot more will be done than catching tax cheats. Besides the worldwide violation of individuals’ financial privacy, the plan will provide the platform to implement a global taxing authority.
    A coalition of governments and brutal dictatorships known as the Group of 20 (G-20) is in the process of building what virtually every major “mainstream” media outlet recently described as a “New World Order,” with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and UN at its center.
    Besides publicly announcing its desire in recent years for shared financial data and more on all citizens, top officials in the coalition, which includes the ruthless communist regime ruling mainland China and the rest of the “BRICS” (Brazil, Russia, India, and South Africa), among other autocracies, have been brazenly calling for a new world currency and empowering the IMF to serve as a global central bank, as well as “harmonizing” tax policies and ending what the outfit refers to as “harmful tax competition.”
    To implement the coalition’s plans, the G-20 powers asked the United Nations-linked OECD to take the lead. Finance bosses and central bankers for G-20 powers held a meeting in Australia in late February, where they touted the OECD’s radical plan, along with other key elements of the emerging global tax regime, and trumpeted its full implementation by next year. “We endorse the Common Reporting Standard for automatic exchange of tax information on a reciprocal basis and will work with all relevant parties, including our financial institutions, to detail our implementation plan at our September meeting,” the G-20 finance chiefs and central bank bosses said in their joint “communiqué” after the meeting.
    “In parallel, we expect to begin to exchange information automatically on tax matters among G20 members by the end of 2015,” they added. “We call for the early adoption of the standard by those jurisdictions that are able to do so. We call on all financial centres to match our commitments. We urge all jurisdictions that have not yet complied with the existing standard for exchange of information on request to do so and sign the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters without further delay.” The communist regime in Beijing just joined last year.
    The G-20 leaders endorsed another extreme OECD-linked plot to extract more wealth from companies that, while separate, fits nicely with the broader agenda. According to the statist radicals at the G-20 and OECD, the alleged “problem,” which they refer to as “Base Erosion and Profit Shifting,” or BEPS, involves firms trying to maximize value for customers and shareholders by keeping profits and economic activity in lower-tax jurisdictions as much as possible. For the OECD and the Big Government-mongers at the G-20, that must come to an end.
    “We are committed to a global response to Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) based on sound tax policy principles,” the “communiqué” continued. “Profits should be taxed where economic activities deriving the profits are performed and where value is created. We continue our full support for the G20/OECD BEPS Action Plan, and look forward to progress as set out in the agreed timetable. By the Brisbane summit, we will start to deliver effective, practical and sustainable measures to counter BEPS across all industries, including traditional, digital and digitalised firms, in an increasingly globalized economy.”
    Finally, the G-20 finance chiefs continued pushing to empower the IMF — doubling the resources it has while giving dictatorships such as China’s and other socialist regimes much more control over the institution at the expense of the U.S. government. While the Obama administration has been a fervent supporter of the dangerous plot, which moves the IMF closer to the establishment’s vision of an all-powerful monetary authority out of U.S. control, Congress has so far refused to go along with the scheme. For globalist G-20 bosses, though, it is the top priority.
    “We deeply regret that the IMF quota and governance reforms agreed to in 2010 have not yet become effective and that the 15th General Review of Quotas was not completed by January 2014,” they said. “Our highest priority remains ratifying the 2010 reforms, and we urge the US to do so before our next meeting in April. In April, we will take stock of progress towards meeting this priority and completing the 15th General Review of Quotas by January 2015.” Indeed, Vladimir Putin’s regime and others have been threatening to simply go ahead with the reforms without U.S. government approval if Congress does not submit quickly.
    Bodies Featured in Finance
    The IMF and the UN are at the center of these global financial manipulations.
    In recent years, of course, the United Nations has become increasingly bold in its efforts, seizing on every conceivable pretext to push the radical agenda for an independent revenue stream that would free it from having to depend on contributions from member governments and make it a true world power. Global “carbon” taxes, UN taxes on air travel, financial transaction taxes, taxes on maritime activity, billionaire taxes, and more have all been floated just in the last few years. In the Obama administration, which has been openly touting a corporate “global minimum tax,” the would-be planetary taxers may have found their best opportunity to move forward thus far.
    In 2012, Rob Vos, director of the UN’s Development Policy and Analysis Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, was touting a proposed tax on the wealthy to raise some $400 billion per year. “Although donors must meet their commitments, it is time to look for other ways to find resources to finance development needs and address growing global challenges, such as combating climate change,” Vos claimed. “We are suggesting various ways to tap resources through international mechanisms, such as coordinated taxes on carbon emissions, air traffic, and financial and currency transactions.”
    Also in 2012, UN Development Program Deputy Director Jens Wandel echoed previous UN calls for global taxes on finance. “One idea which we could consider is a minimal financial transaction tax (of .005 percent),” he claimed. “This will create $40 billion in revenue.” Separately, UN Commission for Social Development Chairman Jorge Valero claimed that “it is absolutely essential to establish controls on capital movements and financial speculation.” That regime, he added, would come about through “progressive policies of taxation” requiring “those who earn more to pay more taxes.”
    Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund, which as The New American has documented extensively is being groomed to take on the role of global central bank, is also now openly outlining plans for an unprecedented fleecing of humanity. A controversial IMF report released late last year, for instance, touts schemes to have big-spending governments with out-of-control debts plunder humanity’s wealth using a mix of much higher taxes and outright confiscation. (They have already literally looted the bank accounts of private individuals in Cyprus as a trial run at worldwide wealth confiscation.) The goal: Prop up Big Government. Because people and their assets are generally mobile, though, the radical document, dubbed Taxing Times, also proposes measures to prevent people from escaping the upcoming fleecing.
    “The sharp deterioration of the public finances in many countries has revived interest in a capital levy, a one-off tax on private wealth, as an exceptional measure to restore debt sustainability,” the IMF report claims, hiding behind the passive voice while citing previous rounds of wholesale looting to back up its claims. “The appeal is that such a tax, if it is implemented before avoidance is possible, and there is a belief that it will never be repeated, does not distort behavior (and may be seen by some as fair).”
    Citing a sample of 15 euro-area nations, the report claims that all households with positive net wealth — anyone with more assets than debt, in essence — would have to surrender about 10 percent of it. Because many people who lived responsibly and saved would presumably try to avoid the looting of their wealth, however, drastic measures must be considered to stop them. “Substantial progress likely requires enhanced international cooperation to make it harder for the very well-off to evade taxation by placing funds elsewhere,” the report says matter-of-factly. Companies are especially in the crosshairs.
    The OECD’s global tax-information regime should do the trick.
    Unsurprisingly, also pushing the schemes has been Socialist International, the premier alliance of socialist and communist political parties around the world. The powerful coalition, which met in South Africa in 2012, again called for global taxes, a planetary currency, and a global tax information-sharing regime in one of its resolutions.

    “There is a pressing need to dismantle tax havens, close loopholes and create automatic tax record exchange systems,” claimed one of the resolutions adopted by the socialist outfit’s oftentimes brutal members. “Only under the auspices of a new Global Financial Architecture can this take place, one that significantly increases transparency and strengthens enforcement of the regulations.” The outfit also demanded international wealth redistribution from freer countries to socialist regimes impoverished by socialism.
    The Socialist International has been calling for the “automatic exchange of information” scheme for years — for the first time, officially at least, in 2009, it seems. And now, thanks to Obama and his Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), which is setting up the worldwide sharing of financial information, it may get its wish.
    Considering the line-up pushing for a world taxing authority, and now the ability to gather all the information to put such an authority into place, is there any chance that the collection of financial data on a worldwide scale will not subsequently lead to a world taxing authority and world taxes? No.
    So Much for Citizens’ Welfare
    None of the proposed changes look likely to benefit the common man — only governments and their functionaries. For Americans such a scheme would turn American traditions and constitutional protections upside down. According to a brief by the OECD, among the data that governments would share with each other as part of the “automatic exchange of information” regime are various categories of income, changes of address, purchase or sale of property, and more. Instead of being secure in one’s house, papers, and effects without a warrant and probable cause, governments and autocrats around the world will be free to rifle through Americans’ most sensitive information at will.
    Hackers, criminals, and identity thieves, among others, will almost certainly be able to access the data, dubious globalist promises of “security” notwithstanding. The situation is similar in other nations where authorities are busy gutting long-standing protections on privacy rights to comply with FATCA.
    While Americans might recoil in horror at the prospect of sharing private financial information with Third World socialist regimes, the OECD boasts of its collaboration with them. “Working with partner countries (including Argentina, Brazil, China, India, the Russian Federation and South Africa), the OECD is advancing rapidly in the development of a common model for reporting and automatic exchange of certain account information held by financial institutions, including due diligence rules, reporting formats and secure transmission methods,” the outfit explained, noting that automatic information sharing between governments and even ruthless tyrannies was becoming “the new standard.”
    The chance for abuse of individuals’ information is 100 percent. Consider that among the early participants in the scheme is the imploding socialist regime ruling Argentina — currently searching frantically for wealth to plunder as the economy it misrules collapses around it. Also on board is the radical South African Communist Party-African National Congress regime, which has been implicated in genocide in South Africa by the world’s leading expert in the field, and which has more poverty today than when power was transferred from the white government to the ANC. Eventually, globalists hope to force every government and dictator on the planet into participating. More than a few brutal autocracies are already lining up to join.
    A senior OECD bureaucrat claimed that the Obama administration had also committed to “early adoption” of the new world tax plot, though experts and analysts have pointed out that the U.S. president has no lawful authority to follow through on such a pledge without approval from Congress. And with the IRS rampantly trying to hurt conservative organizations and the Justice Department refusing to do a thorough investigation of the lawbreaking, Americans cannot count on our government to work at safeguarding our data from abuse.
    In addition to paying new world taxes, Americans will also get to pay to make it work. The plot to abolish financial privacy and national independence in tax policy will be expensive, although the taxpayer-funded bureaucrats at the OECD — whose salaries are not taxed — do not seem to care. “What we are doing is to develop a single standard that will be compatible with national and regional systems — there will be only one way of collecting and exchanging information,” said OECD tax czar Saint-Amans. “That will cost something, but it is the price to pay to be free from suspicion of complicity in fiscal fraud.”
    The costs of implementing the new regime are expected to be staggering. Estimates vary, but potentially hundreds of billions will be required to implement the regime.
    Top OECD leaders also admit that benefiting rulers, not those they rule, is the goal of the machinations. “We are happy to redouble our efforts in this area, working closely with interested countries [governments] and stakeholders to design global solutions to global problems to the benefit of governments and business around the world,” declared OECD boss Ángel Gurría, though it was not clear how having massive compliance costs and mandates foisted on companies would benefit them. The OECD boss, a former Mexican official with the Socialist International-aligned Revolutionary Institutional Party, was celebrating the exploitation of FATCA to create the global tax regime.
    Among other concerns, opponents are also warning that the OECD and G-20 efforts would undermine global commerce and sovereignty by allowing high-tax regimes to tax business income earned in more business-friendly jurisdictions. It also represents an underhanded ploy to eliminate tax competition, which for centuries has served as perhaps the most crucial check on government power and abuses worldwide, contributing to better policies and lower taxes. After all, throughout history, if one ruler hiked taxes too much, or implemented ridiculous policies, labor, capital, and business could simply move to another jurisdiction.
    “Ironically, OECD economists have written that the corporate income tax is the most destructive form of taxation,” explained Dan Mitchell, senior fellow at the Cato Institute. “Yet the bureaucracy is now pursuing a statist agenda that will penalize nations with relatively non-destructive business tax systems — such as Luxembourg, Singapore, Ireland, Switzerland, and the Netherlands — to help prop up failing welfare states such as France.”
    If countries with less restrictive tax regimes do not bow down to the OECD demands, they can be blacklisted as “uncooperative,” or worse, with economic sanctions being the implicit threat. The tactic is especially effective when bullying smaller nations — Switzerland and Hong Kong, for instance — particularly with Obama and bloated governments ruling major Western economies already fully on board with the agenda.
    Where It Goes From Here
    In an interview with, OECD tax czar Saint-Amans portrayed his organ*ization — funded in large part by $100 million annually from U.S. taxpayers — as a global authority. “The beauty of international organizations is that we oversee relations between nations and the differences between states,” he boasted, though it was not clear where the OECD had any sort of mandate to “oversee” relations between governments.
    With the unaccountable bureaucrats at globalist institutions almost always more than happy to trample individual rights and siphon more wealth out of the productive sector, little to no official opposition is expected to any of the ongoing plots to quietly erect, piece by piece, a global tax regime. Plus, powerful socialist forces and tax-funded “non-governmental organizations” are already working overtime to make sure the global tax regime and all that it entails can move forward.
    Because the OECD, the G-20, and other forces seeking to foist the global FATCA, GATCA, and taxation regimes on the world are largely unaccountable to the public, stopping the scheme will be tough at this point.
    If and when it goes into effect, governments all over the world will have instant access to people’s most sensitive financial records, including bank accounts, assets, income, insurance, interest paid, capital gains, property ownership, investments, sale of real estate, and more. And the age-old notion of innocent until proven guilty is being flipped on its head, with authorities searching through people’s highly personal information in search of potential crimes without warrants or even suspicion.
    Escape will become virtually impossible for the poor, middle, and upper-middle classes. However, as multiple analysts have already pointed out, there will be more than enough loopholes in the new world taxation regime for the truly mega-wealthy members of the global establishment to protect their own wealth from outright confiscation. The rest of humanity, though, will suffer the consequences if the brakes are not slammed on the scheme very soon.
    Historically, the U.S. government has largely resisted the OECD’s efforts to “harmonize” global taxation policy — at least tepidly. Under the Obama administration, however, the global plot has received among its biggest boosts thus far with the adoption of FATCA and the administration’s full-blown open support for all of the key globalist talking points — automatic information exchange, global minimum taxes, giving up sovereignty, global warming-related wealth redistribution, and more.
    Critics of the machinations say the best methods of fighting back, for now at least, include raising awareness of what policymakers are doing and urging lawmakers to put an end to the lawless schemes. Stopping all funding to the OECD would be a good start, too, and an easy one if Congress would take action.
    Now in public view, the pieces of the New World Tax regime are already falling into place. With firm resistance, though, the emerging planetary taxation regime can still be stopped — along with everything such a terrifying scheme would entail.

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