Stopping TPP: a Matter of National Security

Trans Pacific Partnership Would Make U.S. Vulnerable to Terrorism and Blackmail

The United States Trade Representative – the federal agency responsible for negotiating trade treaties – has said that the details of the TPP are classified due to “national security”.

The Trade Representative is a spy crony.  The NSA shares information gained from mass surveillance with the Trade Representative.

But those national security powers aren’t being used to protect America …

A very credible inside source – with a proven track record of access, accuracy, intelligence and dedication to working for our country – tells Washington’s Blog that TPP contains provisions which would severely harm America’s national security.

Specifically, like some previous, ill-conceived treaties, TPP would allow foreign companies to buy sensitive American assets which could subject us to terror attacks or economic blackmail.

So – in addition to all of the other ways in which TPP is a horrible treaty which would destroy America –  stopping TPP is a matter of national security.

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  • Karl Imelmann

    charter, n. (13c) 1. An instrument that establishes a body politic or other organization, or that grants rights, liberties, or powers to its citizens or members . 2. An instrument by which a municipality is incorporated, specifying its organizational structure and its highest laws; specif., a written document making the persons residing within a fixed boundary, along with their successors, a corporation and body politic for and within that boundary, and prescribing the powers, privileges, and duties of the corporation. (Black’s Law Dictionary® Ninth Edition)

    US Constitution = Charter
    US Citizens = Financial Instruments
    America’s lawful stockholders = Vatican & British Monarchy
    Charter of the United Nations > US Constitution

    • This certainly pertains and belongs with your post. Great insight!

      The District of Columbia Act of 1871

      Initial review of the District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871 seems like it only sets up a local government (like Chicago or Seattle); how do you get that they formed a private corporation?

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    It’s a Small World at the Top: Banking

    Largest banks hold a total of $25.1 trillion
    1.) ICBC, China, $2.95 trillion in assets, over 18,000 outlets, 108 branches globally
    2.) HSBC holdings, UK, $2.68 trillion in assets, 6,600 offices in 80 countries, 55 million customers
    3.) Deutsche Bank, Germany, $2.6 trillion in assets, 2,963 branches, 70 countries, 46 million customers
    4.) Credit Agricole Group, France, $2.58 trillion in assets, 60 countries, over 21 million clients
    5.) BNP Paribas, France, $2.51 trillion in assets
    6.) Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Japan, $2.49 trillion in assets
    7.) Barclays PLC, United Kingdom, $2.41 trillion in assets
    8.) JPMorgan Chase & Co., U.S., $2.39 trillion in assets
    9.) China Construction Bank Corp., China, $2.36 trillion in assets
    10.) Japan Post Bank, Japan, $2.12 trillion in assets Enough to fund the federal U.S. government for over 7 years. Or roughly $3500 per person on earth.